Ginsburg remembered as prophet for justice, American icon

With crowds of admirers swelling outside, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was remembered Wednesday at the court by grieving family, colleagues and friends as a prophet for justice who persevered against long odds to become an American icon.
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  CDC to delay vote on who will get COVID vaccine

There’s general agreement among the CDC panel that frontline health care workers should be the first to get a vaccine when one is approved, but who gets priority after that?

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Brandon-Terry high school football game canceled over positive COVID test

JPD investigating after body was found in vacant house

MARS Food to invest $2.5M in Greenville amid Uncle Ben’s name change

  Coronavirus in Mississippi: 94,573 cases, 2,870 deaths reported by health dept.

Macon Municipal Court Clerk arrested for embezzlement

White says Yolanda Atkins allegedly embezzled over $2,000 from January 2018 to July 2019.
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Woman gives birth to quadruplets after brain surgery in Texas

Two weeks after Katie Sturm and husband Chris Sturm found out about the quadruplets, a seizure led to a second diagnosis.

Brandon business owner arrested for fraud

MSU football player announces transfer to JSU to ‘play for Coach Prime!’

  Prepare now for severe weather as Beta makes its way to Miss.

Man charged with tossing dog over overpass

  One North State Street repaving project finished, one to go

  ‘We’re gonna get on out of here;’ Hurricane Sally survivor recalls terrifying moments in chest high water

  Decision 2020: Special Election Results

  First Alert Forecast: periods of rain, storms through mid-week

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Attorney: Black man shot by Calif. deputies wasn’t holding a gun

The family attorney says the 19 gunshots fired in the incident show poor police training and a pervasive “warrior mentality” among law enforcement nationwide.

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Brandon-Terry high school football game canceled over positive COVID test

  ‘Equality': Coach Prime aims to level HBCU playing field as JSU head coach

After a big day Monday, “Coach Prime” is ready to go to work.

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Lee Elementary in Jackson to be renamed

MHP accepting applications for new cadets

The deadline for receiving applications is October 31, 2020.
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  Beta weakens to tropical depression, stalls over Texas coast

Beta weakened to a tropical depression Tuesday as it parked itself over the Texas coast, raising concerns of extensive flooding in Houston and areas further inland.

  WATCH: Stranded dog rescued from bridge over the Mississippi River

Jackson increases police base pay for 1st time in a decade

  NFL legends deny reported addition to JSU coaching staff

Man shot, injured while walking on University Blvd.