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Inspection of Newbern Pharmacy by FDA
A newly released inspection by the FDA of a Newbern pharmacy is said to be not good.
Jackson Sex Offender Set for Court
A registered sex offender will be in court in Jackson today after violating the registry law.
Volunteers Return Home from Oklahoma Storm Assistance
Volunteers from a number of Gibson County churches are back at home after helping victims of recent Oklahoma tornadoes.
Two in Custody in Shooting of Jackson Infant
JPD reports two men are in custody in connection with a Monday night shooting on Old Hickory Blvd. that left a one-year-old Jackson infant in critical condition.
Man Threatens Residents After Invading Their Home
Jeffery Maness, arrested Sunday night for aggravated burglary of a home on Old Malesus Road, is now accused of calling the residents
JPD Investigates Two Dollar General Store Robberies
Jackson police believe the the same two men robbed two Dollar General Stores in Jackson.
Paris Man Charged with Exploitation of a Minor
Edward Wood, 27, of Paris is charged with exploitation of a minor after someone found his cell phone in a parking lot last month.
MCSD Raids Underage Drinking Party
63 people were either charged or issued citations by the Madison County Sheriff’s Department early Sunday Morning at a party on Bakers Chapel Road.
Memphis-area Man Drowns at Natchez Trace State Park
An unidentified man from the Memphis area drowned at Natchez Trace State Park on Saturday.
North Highland Dollar General Store Robbed
Jackson police believe two black men who robbed the North Highland Dollar General Store Friday night hid in the store until closing.
Jackson Man Killed in Hardeman Co. Motorcycle Crash
Kenneth Shead, 68, of Jackson was killed in a crash Saturday on Hwy. 18 in Hardeman County.
TBI Investigating Officer-involved Shooting
The TBI is looking into an officer-involved shooting in Weakley County.
Children's Art Auction Aids Summer Programs
The “Self Portraits of Youth” art auction at Jackson’s Dream Center took place on Thursday.
Darden Home Invasion Suspect Stabbed by Resident
No charges have been filed in a home invasion in Darden where the intruder was stabbed by a female living at the residence.
JMCSS Board Member Steps Down
Maria Mitchell, a Jackson-Madison County School Board member, has announced she will step down from her seat on the board.
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