On Saturday afternoon, thousands of protesters gathered outside of the Governor’s Mansion in downtown Jackson to express their dissatisfaction with the all too often instances of racially motivated police brutality that still take place in this country. Below, you’ll find a gallery of photos that were taken at the powerful rally for equal rights.
Chances are you hopped into a hot shower within the last 24-hours. However, there are those in Mississippi who go days, weeks, months and sometimes years without the benefits of a regular bath. Teresa Renkenberger discovered a need in the Metro area after befriending Benny, a homeless man in Flowood, Mississippi. In efforts to help … Continue reading “When is the last time you had a shower?”
Suzie Foote stopped by Mary Wieden and You to talk about wellness goals for 2019.
Boil Water Notice after Boil Water Notice after Boil Water Notice. With the next round of cold here, Is Jackson Ready? Mary Wieden and You had Public Works Director Bob Miller on to give us the low down. Listen to what he said.
Listen to what you missed on The Metro. From Fondren, Flowood, or Flora, to Madison, Canton, and Ridgeland, Sarah Ulmer will give you all the info you need on news and events in the Metro!
Listen to what you missed on The Metro. From Fondren, Flowood, and Flora, to Madison, Canton, and Ridgeland, Sarah Ulmer will give you all the info you need on news and events in the Metro!
Sarah Ulmer talks with Mary Alex Thigpen with the Mississippi Children’s Museum
Virgi Lindsay, new member of Jackson City Council and now former Queen of Belhaven, stops in to chat with Mary Wieden about new ideas for Jackson.
The Jackson barber that was killed in his shop Friday was the great uncle of 6 year-old Kingston Frazier, who was kidnapped, shot to death, and left in his mother’s stolen car last month. Johnny Brown was the owner of a children’s barber shop called Just for Kids on Bailey Avenue in Jackson. He was … Continue reading “Barber’s murder is another tragedy for the family of 6-year-old Kingston Frazier”
Tuesday is municipal primary election day across the state of Mississippi. Voters will narrow down their candidates for city offices. If necessary, there will be a primary runoff in two weeks, on May 16. The last time the state held municipal elections, only a third of registered voters turned out in the state’s largest cities. Here’s what … Continue reading “What you need to know about Tuesday’s elections”