Brett Favre’s Mississippi welfare debacle continues as the former NFL quarterback is refusing to turn over his tax returns The post Brett Favre Ignores Subpoenas For Tax Returns In Mississippi Welfare Case appeared first on NewsOne.
A Black FedEx driver is suing his employer, the City of Brookhaven, the Brookhaven Police Chief, and a father-son duo after being shot at. The post Black FedEx Driver Says Company Sent Him Back To Work The Day After He Was Shot At, Lawsuit Claims appeared first on NewsOne.
The Mississippi welfare scandal has sparked calls for Brett Favre to be removed from the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But can that even happen? The post Mississippi Welfare Scandal Sparks Calls For Brett Favre To Be Kicked Out Of Football Hall Of Fame appeared first on NewsOne.
O.B. Curtis is the largest water treatment plant in the city. During a press conference Monday night, Gov. Tate Reeves cautioned that the plant would be temporarily shut down until officials could figure out the cause of the malfunction. The post Here’s What We Know About Jackson, Mississippi’s Water Plant Crisis appeared first on NewsOne.
You may have seen the viral photo this week of the man in Mississippi who chose to wear a shirt featuring a noose and a Confederate flag. The man’s name is Clayton Hickley and his employer didn’t find the shirt to be cute, so they fired him. Watch the video below. Facebook: The […]
The Greenville Police Department is investigating the incident as a hate crime, while the FBI announced plans to launch a civil rights probe.
A memorial sign that marks the place where 14-year-old Emmett Till's mutilated body was discovered in the Tallahatchie river in 1955 is again riddled with nearly 50 bullet holes.
Two Mississippi universities removed state flags from campus over its controversial embedded Confederate emblem. They join five other Mississippi public colleges that have removed the flag. Only one remains.
Cleveland, Mississippi's school board voted to appeal a court-ordered desegregation plan. The city has fought desegregation for more than five decades.
A Mississippi judge released a man from jail on his own recognizance who left his infant daughter in his hot car while he was at work. The prosecutor approved that decision and wants to reduce the second-degree murder charge.