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It is believed that this incident is possibly domestic related.
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The Enterprise-Journal reports Pike County earlier this month sued Entergy Corp. and the administrator of the Mississippi Association of Supervisors Insurance Trust.

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A driver crashed his vehicle into a Jackson home Saturday afternoon.

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A Jackson toddler wants to get a message to Mayor Chokwe Lumumba about the potholes plaguing our city. 3-year-old Cranecia White was riding in the back of her grandmother’s car and decided to call (on her imaginary cell phone) the mayor herself to tell him just how fed up she is with the road condit
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First new oil wells in years being drilled in shale region
Man convicted in 2015 torture, killing of Arkansas woman

Missouri man charged after woman’s body found in stream

A man has been criminally charged days after a woman's body was found near Fellows Lake at Springfield.

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A Springfield woman who killed her live-in boyfriend with a crowbar in 2017 has been sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty in a deal with prosecutors.
Pedestrian killed in early morning crash; driver charged with DUI
One dead after two vehicle crash in Copiah Co.
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Deputies say this may be a gang-related shooting and the investigation is ongoing.

Apartment floor collapses leaving 30 injured near Clemson University

Police say the building's first floor collapsed into the basement while the party goers were dancing. (Source: WHNS/CNN)

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