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Jackson police have charged Brandon Chism, 23, of Jackson, and Demarco Davis, 24, of Denmark, with simple assault in connection with a shooting that happened outside Park Ridge Apartments.
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Corye Santez Martin, a 28-year-old Jackson firefighter, was arraigned Monday after being charged with firing a gun outside a Phillips 66 Saturday night.
Eddie Howard Pittman, 56, was arraigned in Jackson City Court Monday morning on a charge of attempted first-degree murder in the March 7 knife attack on Simms Street.
Harley Desiree Ramsey of Newport will compete for the title of Miss Tennessee Teen Princess on March 15 in Jackson, TN.
The Jackson-Madison County Emergency Management Agency is conducting Community Safety Awareness Programs in conjunction with the Jackson-Madison County School System, Madison County Sheriff's Office, Jackson Police Department, Madison County Fire Department, Jackson Fire Department and the Madison County Health Department.
Charges against Jackson businessman Todd Krasner of assaulting Madison County Attorney Steve Maroney were dismissed in a probable cause hearing by Judge Blake Anderson in Jackson City Court Monday.
Corye Martin, 28, of Jackson was arraigned on the charges this morning in Jackson City Court after surrendering at the Jackson Police Department earlier, according to a news release from the Police Department.
The awards were presented Monday in Franklin. The Sixth Annual Governor's Stars Awards, Tennessee's statewide Volunteer recognition program, recognized Nelson and Archer for their outstanding service, volunteerism, and dedication to Madison County.
Items on the agenda include a financial report, the North Side High School window replacement project and superintendent updates on Read 180, Reading Mastery, Common Core standards and the Academic Academy at Northeast Middle School forums.
A former hotel security guard was sentenced Friday to one year in prison for civil rights violations for defacing a Memphis Jewish school's Torah scroll and prayer books.
Jones, who lived in Jackson with his wife and three children, was a railroad engineer who became an internationally known icon due to his heroic last ride on April 30, 1900, when he saved all the passengers on his train.
In order to decrease gun violence, Doug McGowan says cities need to start "thinking differently."