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Gannett's Butterfly Effect

One month ago, five Clarion-Ledger's newsroom staff members, "armed" with $200 in one-dollar bills, spent a Sunday afternoon at the Flowood Walmart "to celebrate and promote the new, expanded" version ...

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Isaac Churns Up Oil, Questions

Hurricane Isaac disturbed oil from the 2010 BP disaster, washed up on Gulf beaches.

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Shotgun Blues

Democratic lawmakers are questioning why the Mississippi Legislature is getting a funding boost when other agency budgets are shrinking. Democrats point to this year's $30 million legislative operations budget.

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City Wrap-Up: Thalia Mara's Cheap(er) Seats, Lakeland Costco Officially Dead

Thalia Mara Hall has seen some ups and downs in the past year. The down times have included a nearly yearlong construction period as Jackson's opera house underwent a $5 ...

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Clarion-Ledger Parent Co. Gannett Slashing News Staffs

Jim Romenesko is reporting about a Gannett plan that would involve staff cuts and require current newsroom employees to reapply for new jobs.

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Yohance Myles

Yohance Myles, a Birmingham native who got his master of fine arts degree from Louisiana State University, has been burning up the big and little screens in recent years.

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Raff, Lumumba Honored This Weekend

The people—it's a current that ran through the career of late Mayor Chokwe Lumumba and continues in the work of Michael Raff.

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Brian Tolley Departing as Clarion-Ledger Editor

Brian Tolley, the executive editor of the Clarion-Ledger, announced his departure this afternoon on the newspaper's website.

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Chokwe Lumumba Center Opens with Ferguson Talk

Last night, the Chokwe Lumumba Center for Economic Democracy and Development opened to the public with its first public event: a town hall meeting about protests in Ferguson, Mo. sparked ...

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Williams: Families and Faith

Independent Jackson mayoral candidate Richard "Chip" Williams wants to focus on the family.


Under Fire, Barbour Backtracks on Personhood Doubt

Gov. Haley Barbour is trying to unring a bell after raising concerns about the wording of Initiative 26, Mississippi's Personhood amendment, earlier this week on several cable news shows. (Watch ...

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From Dixie With Slugs

Late on the evening of May 20, 2010, Thomas Wortham IV was sitting on his motorcycle when a car pulled up.

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Yarber, Council Gripped in Budget Battle of Wills

Jerry Taylor, like many of the people at Wingfield High School, was hopping mad about the City of Jackson's finances and a tax increase proposed to fill a budget deficit.

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The Nuclear Option

Mississippi wants to bring Iran to its knees.

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The Drug War’s Crossroads

Cedric Willis, who was arrested in 1994 and charged with murder, rape, armed robbery and aggravated assault, and was exonerated 12 years later, doesn't buy the argument that law-enforcement officials ...

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Casinos, LGBTs Still Allied in Face of SB 2681

To say that Mississippi, where citizens passed a constitutional amendment against same-sex marriage in 2004, has been slow to cash in on the economic potential of embracing LGBT people and ...

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Sixth Man Guilty in 'Night Rides'

A sixth man is guilty in a hate-crime conspiracy that played out in spring 2011 in Jackson.

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JPD's Vance OKs Moonlighting, Vehicle Use as Officer Retention Strategy

Lee Vance, the chief of the Jackson Police Department, is getting creative to keep his officers from jumping ship and going to other law-enforcement agencies where they can make more ...

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On Education, Privilege and Empowerment

Payton Head, student body president at the University of Missouri, my alma mater, recently wrote that while walking through campus Sept. 11, a pickup truck full of white guys screamed ...

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JSU: Domed Stadium Not Dead

Vivian Fuller, the athletic director for Jackson State University, says that plans for the domed venue for the college are still very much alive.