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Sarah Fowler

The Clarion-Ledger

Jackson, MS, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Hattiesburg clinic offers hormones for transgender community

Nurse practitioner, who opened Spectrum: The Other Clinic, describes access issues to hormones, social media backlash. → Read More

Coronavirus in Mississippi: State again tops 1,000 daily cases, surpasses 40,000 total

To date, 40,829 Mississippians have tested positive for coronavirus and 1,332 have died. → Read More

Man shot multiple times in Jackson; body found near an intersection

The man was found just before 4 a.m. Friday near the intersection of Belvedere Drive and Freemont Street. He had been shot multiple times. → Read More

UPDATE: Missing children found after Amber Alert, man in custody

Three-year-old Zaikeith Horn and 1-year-old Zyairah Hampton of Greenville have been found safe after an Amber Alert was issued Friday morning. → Read More

Coronavirus in Mississippi: Another record high set with confirmed cases, hospitalizations

Mississippi hit a new record number of confirmed cases and hospitalizations Thursday. → Read More

Coronavirus in Mississippi: State again sees over 1,000 new daily cases

For the fourth day in a row, Mississippi saw an increase in hospitalizations related to COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus in Missisippi: Health Department reports 797 new cases, 15 new deaths Saturday

Saturday, the Mississippi Department of Health reported 797 new cases and 15 new deaths. → Read More

Three charged with capital murder in shooting death of juvenile

A juvenile was fatally shot Tuesday night while sitting in a car in Jackson. → Read More

MDOC: Reward offered for information leading to capture of escape Parchman inmate

Arthur Lestrick, 40, was serving a life sentence at the Mississippi State Penitentiary for capital murder out of Copiah County. → Read More

No charges filed in accidental shooting death

Anthony Harvey was shot and killed after pointing a loaded handgun at a driver of a car he was a passenger in. → Read More

Confederate monument in front of Lowndes County Courthouse in first steps of relocation

The statue in Lowndes County was erected in 1912—nearly 50 years after the end of The Civil War. → Read More

Missing Vicksburg couple found dead after car accident

The couple was last seen around midnight on June 30, when they dropped off Williams’ sister at an address in Redwood. → Read More

Staffed by UMMC med students, Jackson Free Clinic open to people without insurance

Staffed by UMMC students, the free clinic focuses on providing people with "high quality healthcare → Read More

Mississippi police officer dies of coronavirus, chief confirms

Sgt. Kelvin Mixon, a 20 year veteran of the Edwards Police Department, died due to the coronavirus. → Read More

Coronavirus in Mississippi: Nine new deaths, 653 new cases reported Wednesday

Mississippi reported its first confirmed case of coronavirus March 11. July 1, the state has 27,900 cases and 1,082 Mississippians have died. → Read More

Faith Hill to Mississippi legislators: Change the state flag

Faith Hill, a country music star and Mississippi native, gave her opinion on the state flag debate. → Read More

Coronavirus in Mississippi: Virus now responsible for over 1,000 deaths in state

The state has now surpassed 1,000 COVID-19 deaths and marked its second highest number of single-day cases at 526. → Read More

Mississippi clinic and Fondren bakery to be featured on PBS' 'Prideland' series

"Prideland" explores LGBTQ communities in the South. The last two episodes will feature a health clinic in Jackson and a bakery in Fondren. → Read More

Coronavirus in Mississippi: What we know Monday, June 22

How many people in Mississippi have the coronavirus? That's unclear. MSDH has not released updates in recent days. → Read More

After year and a half long process, IHL votes to relocate confederate statue on Ole Miss campus

The Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning approved the measure Thursday. The statue was erected in 1906. → Read More