Latest Stories on JFP.MS
- Stamps: No New Payday Loan, Check Cashing, Liquor, Pawn StoresA Jackson city councilman wants to put a halt to the expansion of payday loan stores, check cashers and liquor stores in the capital city.
- Adam NooneAdam Noone, a 14-year-old Belhaven resident and a student at the Education Center School, was spending Thanksgiving 2015 with his father, Chris Noone, in New Orleans when he took a photograph that now has him poised to participate in a ...
- JPD: Carjackings Up, Thieves May Be Targeting WomenThe Jackson Police Department is conducting investigations into six cases involving perpetrators committing the crimes of carjacking, armed robbery of an individual and auto theft. The suspects, on foot or traveling by vehicle, appear to be targeting females who are ...
- Without Public Input, Mississippi to Spend $78,000 Per Job for Megasite, ShipyardWith little debate in committee or on the floor, the Mississippi House of Representatives cleared the way for $274 million in tax breaks to help two large-scale developments in the state.
- Kyle LoveA couple of seasons ago, it might have seen a long shot for Panthers defensive tackle Kyle Love to even be in the league much less about to play in the Super Bowl.
Latest Wire Stories
- AP Analysis: Continental Tire Deal Incentives At $600 MillionCLINTON, Miss. (AP) — An Associated Press analysis finds that the package of state aid and tax abatements to attract a $1.45 billion, 2,500-job Continental AG tire plant to Hinds County is worth approximately $600 million, and probably more.
- Hinds County Sheriff Dept Makes $3 Million Drug StopJACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The Hinds County Sheriff's Department says a traffic stop Wednesday resulted in one of the largest interdiction seizure of methamphetamine — reportedly valued at $3 million — in state history.
- Police Officials Quarrel Over Effort to Raise Bar on ForceA police group's proposal that law enforcement officers be required to do more than what's minimally required by law in violent encounters has spurred anger and pushback from leading national groups representing chiefs and rank-and-file sworn officers.
- Couple Wanted in Crime Spree Led Police on Chase; 1 KilledA weeklong search for a Missouri couple wanted in a series of robberies and abductions across the South ended with one suspect dead and the other wounded Friday, after authorities say they chased the pair across the highway and through ...
- Experts Say Launch Won't Bring N. Korea Much Closer to ICBMAccording to many experts, the North's rockets look a lot more like what the North says they are—space launch vehicles, or SLVs—and they aren't necessarily helping Pyongyang get that much closer to having a reliable, long-range missile capable of dropping ...
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