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About: jackson, mississippi

The long standing capital of the state of Mississippi, it was the second state to join the Condeferacy after seceding from the Union. Many battles were waged during the Civil war in and around Jackson with the final burning of the city after it's capture the second time by the Union Army. The Old Capitol Building along with the Governor's Mansion where some of the few building left standing.

Population: 173861
Local Newspapers: The Clarion-Ledger
Local Sports Teams: Mississippi Braves (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Jackson State University

Zip Codes associated with jackson, mississippi: 39042 39047 39073 39154 39170 39201 39202 39203 39204 39206 39208 39209 39211 39212 39213 39216 39218
Towns/Cities near jackson, mississippi : Pearl Florence Byram Raymond Clinton Ridgeland Flowood Madison Vicksburg Crystal Springs

Jackson News
Driver identified in deadly Hinds County wreck

The Mississippi Highway Patrol has identified the driver that was killed in a wreck at the intersection of Hwy 18 and Springridge Road as 70-year-old James Finley of Jackson. According to Corporal Eric Henry, with MHP, a white Chevrolet Avalanche was traveling east on Highway 18 and a black Chevrolet Corvette was turning left on Highway 18 from Springridge Road when both vehicles collided in the intersection.

Mississippi self-imposes 1-year football postseason ban

The Observer-Reporter is excited to announce new digital offerings, including our new e-Edition apps, available for download in the iTunes & Google Play stores.

ICE agents search Asian restaurants in metro Jackson, Meridian

Thomas Byrd, public affairs officer for the ICE office in New Orleans, said that the actions were not raids, but rather execution of search warrants.

Natural gas could cost less than coal for Kemper plant

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When the Nazis wrote the Nuremberg laws, they looked to racist American statutes

A police officer places a sign in front of the Illinois Central Railroad in Jackson, Mississippi during its era of segregation. A police officer places a sign in front of the Illinois Central Railroad in Jackson, Mississippi during its era of segregation.

One arrested after Pearl police chase ends in crash on I-55

Pearl Police were investigating an incident at the Outlets of Mississippi where a man was using stolen credit cards to try and buy gift cards. When police approached the suspect in the parking lot, he sped off, leading authorities down Riverwind Drive to Pearson Road to Highway 80. The car then went west on Highway 80 towards Jackson.

Deputy: 3 women, 5-year-old boy killed in Mississippi JACKSON, Miss....

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Victim in New Orleans killing identified as Mississippi man

Authorities have identified a man shot to death on Canal Street in New Orleans as 37-year-old Kentri Harper of Jackson, Mississippi. Times-Picayune reports that the shooting happened in the 1500 block of Canal Street early Sunday morning.

THIS: The Gathering Brainstorm

Last week we left off with artist and Afrofuturist scholar John Jennings on an exodus from the 1800s to 1976 to 2017, in which year he and his collaborators had just published the graphic-novel incarnation of Octavia E. Butler's classic work of time-travel and mental decolonization Kindred , written in 1979 and following the traumatic, fated transit of a contemporary Black woman between the relatively evolved world of mid-1970s America and the slavery-era Deep South. Jennings' forward voyage was already continuing into a near but almost unrecognizable future, with an innovative mix of sci-f and hip-hop tropes to combust a whole new reaction to social and survival issues we recognize all too well.

Analysis: Mississippi museum directors see role as educators

FOR RELEASE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2017, AT 4:00 P.M. CST.-In this Feb. 16, 2017 photo taken at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss., Rachel Myers says she looks forward to working as director of the Museum of Mississippi History. She begins the job March 1, and the museum is scheduled to open in December.

Fitting Finale

Desserts have been part of the limited-service restaurant landscape for decades. Whether it's cookies, cakes, pies, ice cream, or other goodies, consumers continue to seek these typically indulgent items to add to their meal or as a stand-alone treat.

Correction: Mississippi History Museums-Donation

In a story Feb. 16 about a donation to Mississippi's two history museums, The Associated Press erroneously reported the number of employees at Toyota Motor Co.' s plant near Blue Springs.

LU police chief discusses importance of equality

Equality should be the same for all, no matter your race, about 200 students were told Thursday as part of a Black History Month presentation at Russellville High School. In his program on civil rights, Lincoln University Police Chief Gary Hill discussed how Jim Crow laws, which were in place from 1877-1950, were enforced by people who wore a uniform, like he does today.

Princess Leia Poster: Legal Issues Won't Keep This Artist Out of the Rebellion

The Women's March on Washington was almost a month ago, when just under 5 million people worldwide grouped together to stand in solidarity for women and a variety of issues stemming from the inauguration of President Donald Trump. This article is part of our Marching On series about activists who are keeping the momentum going.

10-year-old rapper seeks to spread 'positive hip-hop'

Standing less than 5 feet tall, it's easy to overlook "Corey J." in a crowded room. Until he opens his mouth.

Drug-cup vendor who did business with La. sentenced to 5 years in...

Mark Longoria, 53, CEO of Houston-based Drug Testing Corp., leaves the federal courthouse in Jackson, Miss., on Aug. 3, 2016, after pleading guilty Wednesday to a charge that he conspired to bribe Mississippi's former corrections commissioner. Longoria said he paid nearly $230,000 to businessman Cecil McCrory as a commission for sales that Longoria's company made to the Mississippi prison system.

Killers on the run after Jackson's 13th homicide

A 23-year-old man was gunned down in broad daylight. It happened just before noon Thursday on McFadden Road in south Jackson.

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