Crime Reporter, Clarion-Ledger
Reporter for the Clarion-Ledger. Specialties: military, mayhem, cops, fire. Also, I'm going to save the world one day, probably from myself.
clarionledger.com — During a visit to the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Neb., on Wednesday, the Mississippi State University baseball team led a rousing cheer with one of the zoo's most popular attractions. Listen to the video and see if you hear the feline leading the first part of the "Maroon & White" chant.
clarionledger.com — MIAMI - Forecasters say Tropical Storm Barry has formed off the southeastern Mexican coast. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said the Atlantic season's second tropical storm is drenching areas in its path with up to 10 inches of rain in some places, raising the threat of flash floods.
clarionledger.com — Michael Hastings dies: Rolling Stones, BuzzFeed writer married to Miss. native Award-winning journalist and war correspondent Michael Hastings, whose unflinching reporting ended the career of a top American army general, died early Tuesday in a car accident in Los Angeles, his A link to this page will be included in your message.
facebook.com — Do you know someone who has returned from deployment and is having trouble finding a job? I'm working on a story about the job front for veterans. Inbox...
clarionledger.com — After almost four decades in law enforcement, Jackson Police Chief Rebecca Coleman has announced her retirement from not only JPD, but a long career of public service. But while she won't be in law enforcement anymore after June 30, she will still be around.
clarionledger.com — Jackson Police Chief Rebecca Coleman has turned in her resignation to Mayor Harvey Johnson and will retire after 24 years of service in Jackson according to WLBT. The report says Coleman has informed Mayor Elect Choke Lumumba of her plans. Lumumba was outspoken during his campaign that he wanted a new chief of police.
clarionledger.com — Phyllis Kelly of Prentiss still gets tears in her eyes as she recounts being struck by lightning in 2010. She was in a hurry, she said, trying to make it back to work before the storm started up. She was never one to use an umbrella, but she said the rain was so bad that day that she decided to anyway.
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