‘It’s been slow moving’: The debate over One Lake comes to a head 40 years after historic flood

After decades of failed proposals and promises of economic opportunity and flood relief for Jackson, supporters and environmental critics brace for a long-awaited environmental study expected in the coming months. In the meantime, a key federal agency’s recent decision about the project, questions about cost and shifting political winds raise even more questions

Dahmer statue: A good day in Hattiesburg

The Dahmer murder happened 54 years ago Friday. So let’s fast-forward to this bright, warm Monday morning when a large crowd, black and white and many in tears, gathered for the unveiling of a bronzed statue of Vernon Dahmer Sr., outside the Forrest County Courthouse on Main Street in Hattiesburg

Cause of death: Undetermined

One year after a promise of federal involvement and transparency, there are no further explanations on the causes of 16 deaths at Mississippi prisons in August 2018 and families and advocates continue to demand answers