FBI chief warns violent ‘domestic terrorism’ growing in US

Wray’s comments in his first public appearance before Congress since the deadly Capitol attack two months ago amounted to the FBI’s most vigorous defense against the suggestion that it had not adequately communicated to police agencies that there was a distinct possibility of violence.
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Veteran leaves home for first time in 2 years, thanks to volunteer-built wheelchair ramp

The retired Coast Guard veteran, who has a partially amputated leg, had been unable to get his old wheelchair over his doorway onto the porch.

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EXPLAINER: Why did Gov. Reeves terminate his COVID executive orders?

Man arrested for July murder on Maria Dr.

Lumumba says Jackson mask mandate to remain: ‘Our policy is always informed by science’

Suspect arrested for string of Coke machine break-ins

Tickets for St. Jude Dream Home sold out!

The drawing for the home will be done live on WLBT on April 22.
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  California crash kills 13 of 25 people crammed into SUV

A semitruck on Tuesday crashed into an SUV carrying 25 people on a Southern California highway, killing 13 people and leaving others injured, authorities said.

  Reeves not closing door on city’s request to raise sales tax

  Masks ‘recommended’ but not mandated in Miss.; Businesses now unrestricted

‘Go on back to ya Ho bafs:’ Former Jackson Mayor gets candid on city’s latest water crisis

  First Alert Forecast: cloudy, breezy & rainy Tuesday

Jackson City Council approves taking steps to declare Woodrow Wilson gas station a nuisance

Man charged with murder following deadly shooting on Jayne Ave.

Suspect accused of killing 3 in Rankin Co. car crash held without bond

Man sentenced to 30 years for raping Rankin Co. teen

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  Biden vows enough vaccine for all US adults by end of May

The announcement comes as the White House looks to speed the production of the single-dose J&J vaccine and accelerate the nation’s plans to reach “herd immunity” in the U.S. and begin restoring normalcy after the pandemic.

SPORTS

New Orleans Pelicans donating two truckloads of bottled water to Jackson residents

Reyes plates six runs as JSU sweeps UAPB

The Jackson State baseball team defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff 17-11

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Reeves: Mississippi to receive 24k Johnson & Johnson vaccinations

Company fined $280K for violating Mississippi’s no-call laws

Jackson seeking sales tax hike to cover water and sewer needs

  COVID-19 in Mississippi: 301 new cases reported Tues.

Cash, drugs seized in Hinds Co.; 9 arrested

Nine people were arrested and narcotics investigators found several guns, ammunition, narcotics, prescription medication, and cash.
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  Biden urges Senate Dems to rally behind $1.9T virus relief, stimulus checks bill

With Democrats having no margin for error in the evenly split 50-50 Senate, Biden was expected to urge them on by conference call.

Longtime on-air personality and mayoral candidate Rick Whitlow dies

Rep. Steven Palazzo accused of 3 ethics violations, according to findings detailed in report

  Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann weighs in on pending legislation, including tax reform

  Residents still affected by water outages as crews continue work