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Topic - Jackson
The Jackson Town Council has formally added protections for gay, lesbian and transgender people to its hiring policies.
A federal government-backed nutrition program seeks to provide two million meals to Mississippi schoolchildren this summer.
Former Ole Miss and New Orleans Saints quarterback Archie Manning is the third recipient of the Rube award named for the late executive director of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.
Jackson is considering changing its laws and regulations to allow food trucks in town.
A federal judge has denied a request to dismiss charges against the former director of a nonprofit housing agency who's accused of taking kickbacks from contractors.
Bennie Turner said when he was released from prison, he went through the same fear most prisoners go through.
Prosecutor: Tea party official, 1 more arrested in probe of photos of Cochran's ailing wife.
So far, hearings on applications for Mississippi's first charter schools are being dominated by supporters.
Mississippi State University is considering spending $60.5 million to build two new residence halls.
Edwin Jackson wanted to leave the mound on his own terms.
Government officials and a conservation group are buying nearly 300 acres of land in the fragile Barnegat Bay watershed in Jackson Township.
Don Hoard and his 16-year-old daughter Alex Howell were the first in line at the South Park Wildlife Habitat Management Area at 9 p.m. April 30.
Criminal charges against the former director of a nonprofit housing agency in New Orleans should be dropped because of racially inflammatory remarks an ex-prosecutor made about her case on a newspaper's website, a defense lawyer argued in federal court Thursday.
A former Jackson police officer has been sentenced to 25 months in prison on federal charges of trying to bribe another officer with $10,000 to drop drug charges against one of his friends.
Federal prosecutors say two Forest men have been sentenced on charges in a methamphetamine case.