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Past articles by Margaret-Ann:

Jackson Business owners say thief is targeting Snobiz locations, stealing thousands

Business owners say a thief is targeting Snobiz stores in the capital city, burning one to the ground and stealing thousands from another. → Read More

Vicksburg Police Department gets more tools to fight crime

The Vicksburg Police Department has some new tools to help fight crime in the city. → Read More

Jackson City Council addresses JPD officer accused of sexual assault

Jackson city council members spent a majority of Tuesday night's meeting behind closed doors, discussing the Jackson police officer accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl, and then committing suicide. → Read More

Jackson Police investigating deadly domestic-related shooting

Jackson Police investigating deadly domestic-related shooting → Read More

Heavy rain brings flash flooding to thousands in the metro

Heavy rain floods several parts of the metro  → Read More

Jackson man risks his life to rescue people inside of a burning car

Two passengers are dead after a fiery crash on I-220 South Tuesday night, but the effort to save their lives won't soon be forgotten. → Read More

JPD investigating after a man is stabbed to death

Jackson Police are investigating a fatal stabbing that happened on Windsor Drive, just before 5:00 pm this evening. → Read More

Battling Biting Bugs

Some call them buffalo gnats others call them black flies, but most just call them annoying. → Read More

Hinds County Sheriff says human trafficking is one of the fastest growing crimes in the area

Three people are behind bars after a missing teen is found during a human trafficking bust in Hinds County. → Read More

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mississippi receives last minute funding from DHS to remain open

After being forced to nearly close their doors the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Mississippi organization has received the funding needed to continue serving children in the magnolia state. → Read More

Pelahatchie holds first ever Citizens Police Academy

Pelahatchie's new police chief has been on the job less than 6 months and already he's making history. → Read More

Family and friends remember 14-year-old, Rodrick Johnson, gunned down on Easter Sunday

Friends and family come together to mourn the loss of 14-year-old Rodrick Johnson. → Read More

JPS discusses new restructuring plan with parents

The Jackson Public School superintendent and board have agreed on a new restructuring plan for the District, however their strategic plan for the school year is still in the works. → Read More

Family and friends react to the capture of Lil' Lonnie's accused killers

The family of local rapper, Lil' Lonnie is finally getting a sense of closure nearly a year after his death. → Read More

Missing woman reported in Simpson County

SIMPSON COUNTY, Miss. (WJTV) - On April 22, 2019, Mr. James “Tony” Barker reported that his wife, Elizabeth “Liz” Barker was missing. Mr. Barker says that he last saw his wife around 10:30 this morning at the family home on East Street just outside the city limits of Mendenhall. She was wearing a purple LSU jacket and blue jeans and carrying her purse. Mrs. Barker is described as having long… → Read More

Mississippi neighbors find bowls of 'mystery mashed potatoes' in their front yard

Mystery mashed potatoes are popping up on front porches in the Belhaven community. → Read More

Several Belhaven neighbors find bowls of 'mystery mashed potatoes' in their front yard

Mystery mashed potatoes are popping up on front porches in the Belhaven community. → Read More

JPS Senior receives $1.2 million in scholarships to 14 colleges

A Murrah High School student has her pick of colleges after receiving more than a million dollars in scholarships. → Read More

Local Group holds Youth Mental Health first aid training

One in five young people will exhibit the signs of some form of mental illness in their lifetime and in Mississippi it may be tougher than other states to find care. → Read More

Councilman Aaron Banks holds townhall to discuss infrastructure needs

Councilman Aaron Banks says in the last couple of months he's been inundated with phone calls, emails and even facebook messages from concerned citizens. → Read More