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2 hrs ago | WGNS-AM Murfreesboro
Daffodils, pollen, and construction deadlines--tis the season for traffic challenges.
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6 hrs ago | WMC-TV Memphis
Holly Bobo's family released their first statement since an indictment was made in Holly's case.
10 hrs ago | The Jackson Sun
Justin Baker, 25, was sentenced to 12 months in federal prison Friday morning after he pleaded guilty to damaging and defiling Jewish holy materials that belonged to the Margolin Hebrew Academy, of Memphis, at the DoubleTree Hotel in Jackson on Jan. 12, 2013.
14 hrs ago | The Jackson Sun
The police are seeking a person of interest. A report from the Jackson Police said shortly before 3 a.m. Friday, the police responded to a house on the 100 block of Wilkinson Street where a 25-year-old man was outside with severe cuts to his arm and abdomen.
McGowan will share how his team in Memphis has helped bring progress to the economy and helped reduce gun violence.
The Jackson Beer Board met Wednesday to discuss three new beer licenses. Two licenses were approved, the Christian Girls Home of Moran, Haiti received a special occasion permit for St. Mary's Catholic Church and Anthony Lamont Bond received a permit for a new restaurant, The Ultra Lounge.
The Community Redevelopment Agency brought a new housing project to the Jackson City Council detailing plans to begin development in East Jackson on and around Whitehall Rd. City council also heard updates from the building department on the abatement and demolition of abandoned houses.
Weather conditions improved in many areas Tuesday as roads were cleared and power was restored.
Betty Flatt said the residents of the Jackson Meadow retirement home were enjoying their Mardi Gras celebrations on Tuesday not long before they had to begin evacuating because of a fire.
Monday was no different than any other day for Sam Hamady, even if at least 2 inches of ice covered the area and the automobile dealership he owns, Serra of Jackson.
Mary Lou Barrass was visiting her mother at Jackson Meadow retirement residence this afternoon when she smelled smoke.
Organizers with the Mardi Gras parade originally scheduled to be held this afternoon in downtown Jackson have announced that they are canceling the event due to icy sidewalks and freezing temperatures.
The United States Achievement Academy recently announced that Wyatt Woeltje, of Jackson, has been named an All-American Scholar.