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Bryant Urges Trump to Close Border, Threatening 40,800 Mississippi Jobs
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant cheered on President Trump’s threats to shut down the border between the U.S. and Mexico, even though such a move would threaten $2.5 billion in trade ...
Three New Hinds County Judges Sworn In
At a judicial swearing-in ceremony on Dec. 27, Senior Circuit Court Judge Tomie Green recalled times in her two-decade tenure on the bench where no one else looked like her. ...
FEC Filings: Hyde-Smith Returned Racist's Donation, But Not $50,000 to Corporations
U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith declined to return more than $50,000 to corporate donors who requested refunds from her campaign in November, new FEC filings released Thursday show.
JSU Minority Fellowship Program, MC Dyslexia Center Expansion and UM Veteran Recognition
Jackson State University's Council on Social Work Education recently named Carla Baskin as the 2018 fellow for its Minority Fellowship Program.
Bill Waller Jr.
After 21 years on the Mississippi Supreme Court and 10 years as chief justice, Bill Waller Jr. says it's time for someone else to take the helm.
Bennie Thompson Blames 'Radical' Trump Border Policies for Child Deaths
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., took aim at the Trump administration on Wednesday after the second child this month died on Christmas Day while in the custody of U.S. Border Patrol ...
Group That Sends Books to Inmates Ends Mississippi Lawsuit
A group that sends books to prisoners in Mississippi has settled its lawsuit alleging the state was limiting inmates' access to free books.
Visit Jackson Still In Limbo Under New CEO
Down a long hallway in the Mississippi Capitol, past the grandeur of the multi-story Christmas tree and seemingly state-mandated tinsel decorations, Sen. John Horhn, D-Jackson, convened a meeting on Dec. ...
2018 Women's College Basketball Preview
With Victoria Vivians now in the WNBA, the Bulldogs will depend on players such as Tearia McCowan.
OPINION: Mississippi: A Microcosm of the U.S.
Way back in 1964, the year of "Freedom Summer" and the disappearance and death of three civil rights workers in Neshoba County, the "singing journalist" Phil Ochs offered this elegy: ...
Mississippi’s ‘Seg Academies’ Creating National Dialogue
The Jackson Free Press' report that Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith attended one of Mississippi's first segregation academies and later sent her daughter to one has spurred a national conversation on schools ...
EDITOR'S NOTE: One Person, One City in Jackson
Community is one of my favorite topics to discuss, and it's something we should all put more emphasis on. After all, if you look at it from the universe's perspective, ...
When Karl Robinson, 31 was working as an assistant coaching coach for an Amateur Athletic Union team in 2012, he noticed the pre-game chat would often emphasize desire, discipline and ...
2018 College Basketball Preview
Starkville, Miss., could end up earning most of the attention in the state this college-basketball season. Mississippi State University is set up to make major noise with its men's and ...
The Mississippi Sound—2018 Edition
Mississippi has some incredible musical roots, but the state often does not get enough attention for its current crop of original music, oddly.
2018 College Basketball Preview: The Smalls
This year, Mississippi Valley State University is picked to finish ninth in the SWAC.
Ring in the Jackson New Year
2018 has flown by fast, and 2019 is fast approaching. Celebrate the new year with these events from local businesses, restaurants and people.
New York-Style Deli to Open in Jackson
In crafting the menu for Ariella's NY Delicatessen, Alivia Ashburn-Townsend developed deli staples such as the frankfurter with sauerkraut, along with Italian items she thought would complement the restaurant's theme.
Supreme Court Rejects Trump Plea to Enforce Asylum Ban
The Supreme Court won't let the Trump administration begin enforcing a ban on asylum for any immigrants who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
Amazon Bringing 850 Full-Time Jobs to Mississippi, Donated to State Candidates
Amazon plans to open a distribution warehouse in Marshall County, Miss., that the online retail giant said in its announcement Friday will create 850 full-time jobs in the northernmost part ...