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Jackson Working Out Bugs on Tech Issues

The City of Jackson spent close to a half-million dollars this week as part of its ongoing efforts to update its technology systems, many of which are old and outdated ...

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Jim Hood

Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has quietly been locking horns with Web giant Google Inc. for well over a year, but the fight has started to brim over in recent ...

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Did Lake Money Dry Up?

Rankin-Hinds Pearl River Flood and Drainage Control District officials are scratching their heads trying to locate funds set aside to help develop a flood-control plan for the Pearl River.

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Cochran, McDaniel Spar Over Wife Photo Scandal

A longtime incumbent and a firebrand startup vying for the Republican nomination to U.S. Senate continue sparring over a scandal that broke over the weekend and shows no sign of ...


Chamber Gives $200K for Lake Project

Pearl River Vision Foundation, which is working with local officials to work up a plan to reduce flooding along the Pearl River, received $200,000 from the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership ...

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Siemens, City Headed for Showdown?

After months of complaints from residents about uncharacteristically large water bills, slow progress on the city-wide installation of 65,000 new water meters and skepticism about the prudence of a $90 ...

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Bills, Bills, Bills: Jackson Residents Confused by New Water Systems

Judging by the number of paint-stained overalls and tired faces in the Smith Robertson Museum auditorium, many people who attended Mayor Tony Yarber's recent town-hall meeting came directly from work ...

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Tyrone Hendrix

Ward 6 Councilman Tyrone Hendrix has his sights set on a service that would let citizens get a real-time snapshot of Jackson's finances.

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Tire Plant Sparks Regional Disputes

A proposed tire plant in West Point, which was the focus of a special session of the Mississippi Legislature today, drew light criticism from lawmakers around the state.

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Alana Jackson

After college, Alana Jackson started two jobs. One was as a news producer with WJTV, using her mass communications degree from Jackson State University. The other was volunteering with community ...

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Yay, Farmers, Golf, Free Money!

Finally, a good reason to give someone a fruit basket: It's National Farmers Market Week.

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City Invites Input on 1% Sales Tax Plan

Starting Friday, March 6, members of the public will be able to offer input on the 1 percent sales tax master plan.

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GOP Spat Blamed for Exchange Failure

A day after informally notifying Mississippi Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney of the federal government's rejection of the state's proposal to run a health-insurance exchange, the U.S. Department of Health and ...

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Lawsuit: JPD Has Long Harassed Pro-Life Groups

Pro-Life Mississippi is suing the Jackson Police Department.

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Jackson's Water Woes Continue

Jackson taxpayers will pay an out-of-state contractor at least $200,000 to audit several aspects of the city’s water-and-sewer finances. After shelving discussion last week to get more details, the Jackson ...

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JPS Responds to Murrah Fights, Rumors

Rumors about a planned shootout at Murrah High School that originated between students on social media and escalated when local news organizations began reporting them "turned out to be largely ...

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Charter Schools Pass Senate Committee

A highly anticipated charter-school bill is on its way to the Senate floor. At an early morning meeting of the Senate Education Committee today, members agreed by voice vote to ...

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Charter School Mania!

During yesterday's three-hour-long debate over the latest iteration of charter-school legislation, Sen. Hob Bryan, D-Amory, frequently voiced his opposition to the bill.

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Miss. Politics: Where the Sun Don’t Shine

Comparatively speaking, Mississippi does a poor job regulating political spending and granting access to government, national watchdog groups say.

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Can MTC Fix Woodville Prison?

A Utah-based private-prison firm hopes that it can turn things around at the Wilkinson County Correctional Center in Woodville.