Jackson, Miss. — Hinds County District Attorney Robert Smith talked to WJTV on camera Friday morning and alleged that Hinds County Judge Tom…
Police say two female students died in a shooting at a high school in a Phoenix suburb.
In one Jackson neighborhood, someone is patching up the potholes, by using bricks.
Two Ross County women are being called heroes for stopping and rescuing a man who was near death.
A Clemson professor dressed in a traditional Muslim garment says he was kicked out of Donald Trump’s rally Wednesday night in Pendleton
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders vigorously agreed. Except when they didn’t.
A bill to give churches the option to arm members or provide security gets the green light after being passed by a committee.
A local woman is connected to a popular line in the Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk” song.
There are classes teaching women to fight back.
WJTV – Bossier Parish Community College freshman pitcher Sarah Hudek is breaking barriers in baseball. She is believed to be the only female…
Jackson, Miss. — Jackson Police say they’re working to reduce crime in the city and have made several arrests, but it’s the ages of the men …
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Firefighters battled a house fire on South Denver Street in Jackson.
Jackson Police said the man they were looking for in connection to several business robberies is now in custody.
Health and rescue officials say two female suicide bombers blew themselves up in a northeast Nigerian refugee camp
A man from Springfield, Massachusetts is free- for now- after nearly 30 years in prison for a crime he insists that he didn’t commit
Congress voted 75-20 in favor of permanently banning taxes on internet access, and now only needs President Obama’s signature to become law.
Levels of lead above the acceptable amounts have been discovered inside drinking water taps and fountains at two schools in Granby, Massachu…
No criminal charges will be filed in the fatal crash at Amy Beverland Elementary School.
The last of four holdouts occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge surrendered around 11 a.m.
The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals is investigating two presumptive cases of imported Zika virus in the state.