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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
Mississippi Legislature ends session with budgets unfinished

Mississippi House members recite the Pledge of Allegiance on Jan. 3, the first day of the legislative session in Jackson. Rep. Orlando Paden, D-Clarksdale, waves a small American flag as the Mississippi Legislature ended its 2017 regular session Wednesday, March 29, 2017, at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss.

FDA Approves 1st Drug for Aggressive Multiple Sclerosis

Kimberly Davis holds the medications she now takes to slow the progression of her multiple sclerosis, Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015 at her home in Jackson, Miss. U.S. regulators have approved the first drug for an aggressive kind of multiple sclerosis that steadily reduces coordination and the ability to walk.

Mississippi execution statute seeks firing squad as possible death penalty method

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant discusses speaks during his State of the State address at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss. on Jan. 17, 2017.

Time to recognize innovation in city governance

President Trump's recently released budget, promising dramatic cuts to domestic spending across the federal government, also targets precious funding for cities across the United States. While this is just the start of the budget process, city leaders around the country and across parties have reason to be concerned about reduced funding for important social service programs - from the Community Development Block Grant program to the Appalachian Regional Commission - which drive real results in their communities.

Emmett Till relative asks Sessions to push civil rights law

In this Aug. 27, 2015, file photo, Deborah Watts, of Minneapolis, speaks in Jackson, Miss., about the slaying of her cousin, Emmett Till. Family members of Emmett Till pushed Attorney General Jeff Sessions March 28, 2017, to move forward with a law that that allows prosecutors to reinvestigate old civil rights murder cases.

Journalist Wilson 'Bill' Minor dies; covered civil rights

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Trump should dump Nigel Farage, says former UKIP member of Parliament

Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events Donald Trump, right, welcomes British politician Nigel Farage at a campaign rally in Jackson, Miss., on Aug. 24, 2016. The Trump White House would be well served by abandoning its ties to British right wing nationalist Nigel Farage and focusing solely on the sitting British government led by Prime Minister Theresa May, according to the politician who until Saturday was the only member of Farage's party in the British Parliament.

Mississippi governor approves outlawing of sanctuary cities

In this Jan. 17, 2017, file photo, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant discusses his legislative priorities during his State of the State address in the House chamber at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss. The Republican governor signed a bill into law Monday, March 27, 2017, that bans sanctuary cities in the state for immigrants who have entered the U.S. illegally.

Bill Crawford: Stores closed by online competition impact community finances

Earlier Sears announced three closures in Columbus, Jackson, and McComb, with more to come.

Winners announced in Mississippi-Louisiana AP Competition

Winners of the 2016 Mississippi-Louisiana Associated Press broadcast, newspaper college competitions were announced Saturday at an awards presentation in Jackson. AP-member broadcasters and newspapers in both states submitted nearly 2,000 entries in the contests conducted by the Mississippi and Louisiana AP Broadcasters and the Louisiana-Mississippi AP Media Editors.

Bryant signs bill doubling penalties for anti-police crimes

Surrounded by lawmakers and law enforcement representatives, Gov. Phil Bryant, center, signs the "Back The Badge Act of 2017" that would increase penalties for felonies or misdemeanors against law-enforcement officers, firefighters or emergency medical technicians that suspects committed "with the specific intent to target an individual or group" because of their employment," Friday, March 24, 2017 at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss. An overflow of law enforcement forced a relocation of the signing to the rotunda.

Mississippi lawmaker discloses dementia diagnosis from floor

Holland earlier told lawmakers that he has dementia and will retire ... . Rep. Steve Holland, a Plantersville Democrat,, second from left, laughs with fellow democratic representatives David Baria of Bay St. Louis, left, Kevin Horan of Grenada, second from right and Nick Bain of Corinth, right, i... .

Mississippi lawmaker discloses dementia diagnosis from floor

Rep. Steve Holland, a Plantersville Democrat, known for his flag waving antics, dramatic speeches and humor, blows a kiss to a friend in the gallery in House Chambers at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss., Friday, March 24, 2017. Holland earlier told lawmakers that he has dementia and will retire after this legislative term.

Mississippi lawmaker discloses dementia diagnosis from floor

Rep. Steve Holland, a Plantersville Democrat, known for his flag waving antics, dramatic speeches and humor, blows a kiss to a friend in the gallery in House Chambers at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss., Friday, March 24, 2017.

Family and friends gather for funeral of murdered mother and her sons

Mourners paid their last respects to a Gentilly mother and her two sons who were gunned down inside their home two weeks ago. 30-year-old Monique Smith, 10-year-old Justin Simms, Jr., and 6-year old Jumyrin Smith died on March 10 in a quadruple shooting.

Pair will bring LBGT hearing to Mississippi Capitol

A Coast state senator and a colleague from the Delta are teaming for a legislative hearing on gender equality and transgender rights next week in Jackson. It already will likely be the busiest week, with a flurry of conference reports and appropriations bills to consider, but Sen. Debbie Dawkins, D-Pass Christian, who will hold the hearing with Sen. Derrick Simmons, D-Greenville, said they'll tag-team between the hearing and the Senate floor if they have to.

Jackson Fattest City in America, WalletHub Study Says

Jackson, Mississippi, is the fattest city in America, based on a new study announced by WalletHub that compared 100 of the country's biggest metropolitan areas across 17 health indicators. According to the survey, Jackson, Mississippi's state capital, ranked No.

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