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Birmingham, AL, United States

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Past articles by Adam:

With chants and singing, 50th anniversary Selma marchers rally at Alabama State Capitol

The group of around 100 who departed from the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Monday arrived to the Alabama State Capitol Friday afternoon. This week's march was organized both to commemorate the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March that led to... → Read More

Foot soldier retraces 1965 steps from Selma to Montgomery, remembers legacy

Fifty years ago, Janet Howard-Moore was 15 years old and one of the hundreds-turned-thousands who marched from Selma to Montgomery to demand equal voting rights.  This week, she is one of the roughly 100 who are commemorating that original march... → Read More

Jackson: Street repairs a rocky road

Dodging potholes, crumbling streets has become a necessary art form in Jackson. → Read More

JSU students receive free passports

In an effort to increase the number of students who travel to other countries, Jackson State University, along with a nonprofit organization, provided up to 200 JSU students with free passports Thursday. → Read More

Legal action possible on $90 million Siemens contract

Jackson city council members questioned a city attorney Tuesday about the possibility of terminating the $90 million Siemens contract the city executed in 2012 and retrieving much of the $70 million already paid. → Read More

Confusion surrounds Capitol St. project finish slated for April

Officials have expressed confusion after the city of Jackson announced that the Capitol Street improvement project has been pushed back from its original March completion date to April 10. → Read More

Miss. troops sent off with parade

Jackson Prep hosted a parade and ceremony for the troops, who soon will serve in Kuwait. → Read More

Office being built for 88-year-old Edwards doctor

After news spread that the medical practice of the town of Edwards’ only doctor who sees patients out of his car was being threatened, people around the country have chipped in to help the doctor. → Read More

Jackson will pay $73,000 to settle federal lawsuit

A federal lawsuit filed in April 2014 on behalf of 39 current or former Jackson Police Department officers will be settled tomorrow, the attorney representing the plaintiffs said. → Read More

130 Scouts achieve highest rank

Eagle Scout rank awarded to 130 Scouts from 22 Mississippi counties. → Read More

MSU prof lands $1.8M grant to work on flu vaccine

Mississippi professor Dr. Henry Wan has already begun working on next year’s vaccine. → Read More

Jackson residents go two weeks without running water

For the past two weeks, D'Witt Davis has lined up buckets in his backyard to catch rainwater. In what could be perceived as an odd action by many, it's the most logical way for Davis to be able to flush his toilet. Davis, along with 13 other people along → Read More

$94 million MDOT project halted by faulty design, excess clay

The Mississippi Department of Transportation has halted the $94 million highway expansion project on 7.5-mile stretch of I-55 between McDowell Road and Byram, which will cost taxpayers additional money and cause a delay of the project's completion. → Read More

Analysis: Jackson City Council’s frustration mounts

Last-minute financial requests from Yarber administration criticized. → Read More

Ole Miss chancellor reports cancer-free tests

After being diagnosed with lymphoma in November, University of Mississippi Chancellor Dan Jones' condition is steadily improving as he completes weeks of chemotherapy. → Read More

Jackson reallocates $500,000 to fight utility expansion

The city is waging against a local public service utility provider. → Read More

Edwards doctor gains support to keep practicing

Elderly Edwards doctor gains online supporters to continue seeing patients in his car. → Read More

$94 million I-55 MDOT project put on hold

Delay of work between McDowell Road and the Byram exit blamed on soil. → Read More

Water repairs leaving streets unpaved for months

Long-term construction zones along city streets symptom of water and sewer woes. → Read More

Analysis: Stokes' outright win no major surprise

Kenneth Stokes was reelected to his Ward 3 council seat Tuesday evening, and none of the other seven candidates garnered anywhere close to majority support from the community. → Read More