| March 10 2014 - Man seen driving vehicle of slain woman found in Bolivar|
With her dream SUV, the 24-year-old no longer had to catch a bus to her job as a coffee-shop barista, and she was also able to give her friend, 24-year-old Crystal Jackson, a ride to her job as a security guard. Police are still trying to piece together why the battered bodies of these two southeast Houston women were found Friday morning tossed behind a dumpster of a convenience store near the ...
| March 10 2014 - Man seen driving vehicle of slain woman|
Britney Cosby was excited after she had finally pinched enough pennies and gotten a tax refund that allowed her to buy a silver 2006 Kia Sorrento a week ago. With her dream SUV, the 24-year-old no longer had to catch a bus to her job as a coffee-shop barista, and she was also able to give her friend, 24-year-old Crystal Jackson, a ride to her job as a security guard. Police are still trying to ...
| March 09 2014 - Lane Students Stranded at Greyhound Bus Stop|
DOWNTOWN JACKSON, Tenn. -- Local college students feared they could be forced to sleep on the streets, Friday night, after they said they'd been waiting day for a bus that had room to take them home for spring break.
| March 09 2014 - Jacksonville's first black drivers signaled change|
The little white girl bounded up the steps of the Murray Hill bus, hopping from one foot to the other with excitement. She beamed a gap-toothed smile up at bus driver Amos Ealey and cheerily greeted him:
| March 08 2014 - Jackson Street Commons complex nearing completion|
As the project to provide housing for disabled veterans nears completion, the 30 organizations, businesses and individuals who put up $3,000 to sponsor a room took a tour of Jackson Street Commons to see where their money is going. "This is all about
| March 03 2014 - JTA bus collides with car|
A Jacksonville woman suffered minor injuries when her car was struck by a Jacksonville Transportation Authority bus Sunday morning
| February 28 2014 - StartupBus to make stop in Jackson; looking for riders|
JACKSON — The Tennessee StartupBus will make a stop in the Jackson metro area March 3 on its way to compete in the National StartupBus Competition in San Antonio, Texas, and Innovate Mississippi is seeking two Mississippi entrepreneurs to join the Tennessee bus.
| February 24 2014 - The Cinderella story of the Pyramid Lake reservation (video)|
The Pyramid Lake High School girls basketball team, from left: Whitney Hernandez, Danielle Bennett, Alicia Jackson, Destiny Calvin, Tanya O'Daye-Bush, Jenica Shaw, Jakoby Stump (behind Shaw), Patricia Christy, Lizzie Hardin, Alyssa Songoi, Tianna Crutcher and Shania Shanks.
| February 24 2014 - Nicholson woman cited in school bus crash|
A Nicholson woman was cited in a three-vehicle wreck last week in Jackson County in which nine children aboard a school bus escaped without injury, authorities said Monday. The wreck happened at 3:19 p.m.
| February 23 2014 - Hunter appeals fine to high court|
Hunter appeals fine to high court Risner faces $28,000 penalty for deer killed in 2010 Tom Jackson Bellevue Feb 23, 2014 Bellevue resident Arlie Risner still doesn’t think it’s fair the state wants to charge him about $28,000 in restitution in a deer-hunting case. So he’s taking his fight to the Ohio Supreme Court. Risner, 61, who runs a tree-trimming business and drives a school bus, has been ...
| February 18 2014 - Workman, Maosa guide Lady Jaguars to 15-point win over Angelina|
Jacksonville College head women's basketball coach Leasa Ailshie said a couple of hours before her team boarded the bus for its game at Angelina College Wednesday evening that she was somewhat concerned with what to expect from the Lady Jaguars, after her club went through a very dull and flat practice on Tuesday. Turns out Ailshie had absolutely nothing to fret over as the JC ladies crushed ...
| February 07 2014 - CTA riders will soon have to pay more to hop on a bus|
In order to keep Coast Transit Authority busses rolling through South Mississippi, rates for riders are going up. The extra money is needed to help offset the local funding deficit of nearly $271,000. Thursday, CTA Executive Director Kevin Coggin was in Jackson talking with lawmakers to make sure CTA gets the regular funding from the state, because if not more changes will have to be made.