Sarah Warnock, The Clarion-Ledger

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The Clarion-Ledger

Jackson, MS, United States

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Museum of Art new exhibit avenue for dialogue on Mississippi history

Mississippi Museum of Art to open new permanent collection exhibition, New Symphony of Time → Read More

Champion Hill Battlefield added to Vicksburg National Park

Largest expansion in Vicksburg park's history. → Read More

'Coming to America,' ex-Saturday Night Live writer to speak at Crossroads Film Festival

Malco Grandview Theatre in Madison hosts the 20th Annual Crossroads Film Festival this weekend. → Read More

Mississippi candidates for U.S. Senate talk Trump

President Donald Trump looms large in the November midterm elections across the country, and in Mississippi. Here's what the top three candidates (Democrat Tobey Bartee declined to meet with the Clarion Ledger) said about Trump and the job he's doing. → Read More

Why Chris McDaniel wants your vote

Chris McDaniel was viewed as an up-and-comer in Mississippi Republican politics from nearly the moment he took office as a state senator in 2008. Today he's running for U.S. Senate. Initially a darling of the establishment GOP, McDaniel took a more conservative track and often found himself to the r → Read More

Mike's home an alumi vision

Bill Hulsey of Madison graduated from LSU in 1957 and has spent a lot of his life helping raise money awareness for his beloved Tigers' football team. Hulsey, former head of the LSU Tiger Athletic Foundation, talks about the vision of getting the LSU mascot, Mike the Tiger, a new home. → Read More

Mississippian gives hand and heart to Puerto Rico relief

For the past seven months, Mississippian, LB Cook has funneled her passion into Puerto Rico with 'All Hands and Hearts', a disaster relief organization dedicated to rebuilding and instilling hope for people impacted by natural disasters. → Read More

Stroll to school in Jackson blight

Louida Richardson walks her daughter Denver to school through their west Jackson neighborhood, which surrounds Denver's school, Viola E. Lake Elementary. Richardson has concerns with the look and safety of the area. → Read More

Stroll to school in Jackson blight

Louida Richardson walks her daughter Denver to school through their west Jackson neighborhood, which surrounds Denver's school, Viola E. Lake Elementary. Richardson has concerns with the look and safety of the area. → Read More

Abortion in Mississippi, access and road blocks

Director of Jackson Women's Health Organization talks about abortion access in Mississippi. → Read More

Senate hopefuls' speeches ignite Neshoba Fair crowd

The Neshoba County Fair crowd react to Senate hopefuls' campaign appeals. Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018. → Read More

Senate hopefuls' speeches ignite Neshoba Fair crowd

The Neshoba County Fair crowd react to Senate hopefuls' campaign appeals. Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018. → Read More

Jim Hood speaks at 2018 Neshoba

Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood speaks at the 2018 Neshoba County Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018. → Read More

What happened to baby Jordyn

On the morning of May 10, Angela Watkins dropped off her infant daughter, Jordyn, at a Jackson daycare. When she was called to pick her up early it wasn't because her baby's cold had worsened. → Read More

He was fighting cancer, his hospital was fighting him

When Gus Mohamed was in the chair receiving an infusion, the 4th of 4 required, immediately after a 12-hour night shift in St. Dominic's emergency room — he got a call from the hospital, telling him it would not pay for the treatment. → Read More

Highway robbery takes to the skies

A stroke made him unable to talk as doctors loaded him into a chopper. Then the air ambulance tried to keep him from talking about his bill. Air ambulances are not subject to the state's health care billing regulations because of a federal statute preventing states from imposing price restrictions on airlines. Congress is currently mulling changes to these federal laws. → Read More

Karter on the playground

Karter Flanigan weighed 1 pound, 3 ounces at birth. He spent 105 days in the neonatal intensive care unit. Today, this Mississippi miracle baby is thriving. → Read More

Robbie of Amory

When a father couldn't explain what caused his son's bone fractures, he was met with suspicion, but there was more to the story. → Read More

Mayor Lumumba speaks at Smith Park reopening

Smith Park in downtown Jackson reopens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and music. → Read More

Mayor Lumumba speaks at Smith Park reopening

Smith Park in downtown Jackson reopens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. → Read More