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US appeals court blocks Mississippi abortion law - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, S
Illinois
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi's effort to close its last abortion clinic was overturned in federal appellate court on Tuesday.
July 31 2014
Federal Ruling: MS Abortion Clinic to Remain Open
Jackson, Mississippi
Governor Phil Bryant will petition a federal decision to keep the state's only abortion clinic, Jackson Women's Health Organization open. A US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled a state law that would
July 30 2014
1 Dead, 3 Hurt In Fish Plant Explosion
Mississippi
MOSS POINT, Miss. (AP) -- One person was killed and three others were injured in an explosion Monday at a fish processing plant on the Mississippi coast. Omega Protein spokesman Ben Landry said it happened about 9:30 a.m. while employees of a subcontractor were working on two storage tanks and one of the tanks blew up. Jackson County Coroner Vicki Broadus identified the dead worker as Jerry Lee ...
July 29 2014
Governor Bryant Speaks Out on Border Crisis
Mississippi
JACKSON, Miss. -Tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors have crossed into the United States from Central America. President Obama is proposing to spend billions of dollars to address the border crisis. Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant is weighing-in, saying those children will not be allowed into Mississippi."My responsibility first is to make sure to make sure that we have care for the ...
July 28 2014
Manning family establishes health care initiative at UMMC
Mississippi
JACKSON — Archie and Olivia Manning have launched a campaign to boost the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s commitment to improving the health of the state’s residents.
July 28 2014
Mannings, UMMC to tackle Mississippi's health challenges
Mississippi
JACKSON, Miss. – Archie and Olivia Manning announced today the launch of a campaign to boost the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s commitment to improving the health of the state’s residents. With the launch of the Manning Family Fund for a Healthier Mississippi, the state’s First Family of Football has loaned its celebrated name to the cause of bettering the lives of all Mississippians. 
July 28 2014
Gillespie named UMMC’s chief nursing executive officer
Mississippi
JACKSON, Mississippi – Terri Gillespie, a veteran nursing leader and Children’s of Mississippi chief nursing and clinical services officer, has been named the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s chief nursing executive officer and chief nursing officer of the adult hospitals.
July 28 2014
MTM, Inc. locating medical transportation and call center operations in Jackson
Mississippi
JACKSON, Mississippi — Health care and transportation management company MTM, Inc. is locating non-emergency medical transportation and call center operations in Jackson. The project represents a $400,000 corporate investment and will create 80 new jobs.
July 28 2014
July Brings New Medical Developments to Jackson
Mississippi
UMMC was one of four medical centers in Mississippi to be recognized as "Most Wired" in the study. Others included St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson (pictured) and North Mississippi Health Services in Tupelo.
July 28 2014
Toddler involved in fatal Leake County ATV accident expected to recover
Mississippi
Two-year-old Alicia Hernandez is currently at Blair E. Batson hospital in Jackson recovering from an ATV accident that killed her mother, a brother and a cousin. 
July 28 2014
Dr. Hannah Gay to receive honorary doctorate from WCU
Mississippi
Dr. Hannah Gay, professor of pediatrics at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi, will receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at William Carey University's commencement on Saturday, August 9.
July 27 2014
Corinth teen charged in fatal shooting
Jackson, Mississippi
A Corinth teenager has been charged with murder in a fatal shooting Wednesday night in the northeast Mississippi city. Police Capt. Ralph Dance says bond was set at $500,000 for the 17-year-old youth during an arraignment Friday in city court. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Monday. Dance said the teenager is charged in the shooting death of 19-year-old Anthony Beene of Baldwyn. Dance ...
July 26 2014
Harrion family reacts to arrest in capital murder case
Mississippi
Residents of this Bel Air Community are relieved Jackson Police made an arrest in the murder case of Ruth Helen Harrion. Harrion, 67, and a mother of 6 was found dead outside her home on Kingsroad Avenue last Tuesday.
July 22 2014
Bond denied for man accused of the murder of Ruth Helen Harrion
Mississippi
  29-year-old Alonzo Stewart is charged with capital murder. Authorities say he lived a few houses away from Harrion in the Bel-Air Subdivision in Northwest Jackson.   
July 22 2014
Lee Vance: This is the beginning of the healing process
Mississippi
Interim Jackson Police Chief Lee Vance announced the arrest of a suspect in the capital murder case of Helen Harrion. Twenty-nine year old Alonzo Stewart is charged with capital murder and house burglary.
July 22 2014
Lawyers for Mississippi death-row inmate want conviction overturned
Drew, Mississippi
By Emily Le Coz JACKSON Miss. (Reuters) - Attorneys for a Mississippi death-row inmate who was tried six times for the same killings told the state Supreme Court on Monday that his most recent trial was unfair and his conviction should be overturned. Lawyers for Curtis Flowers, a black man convicted in the 1996 slayings of four people at a furniture store from which he had been fired days ...
July 21 2014
Dog bite sends Jackson child to hospital
Mississippi
Edwards says the dog bit the child on the hand and she came rushing outside when she heard his screams. She says the dog tried to attack her before running away.
July 20 2014
Harrion 9-1-1 call protocol questioned
Jackson, Mississippi
Police continue to search for leads in the brutal murder of a Jackson woman. Sixty-seven year-old Helen Ruth Harrion was found behind her home Tuesday morning. She had been beaten and shot.
July 19 2014
Data shows most Mississippi veterans get timely doctor visits
Mississippi
JACKSON, Mississippi -- Patients seeking care through the G.V. "Sonny" Montgomery Veterans Administration Medical center in Jackson are waiting an average of 45 days for their first appointment with a primary care doctor -- about three times longer than the...
July 19 2014
Investigations close into whistleblower complaints about VA hospital
Mississippi
JACKSON — The U.S. Office of Special Counsel says investigations are closed into whistleblower disclosure about radiology and patient care practices at the G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center in Jackson.
July 19 2014
Gibson: VA spending more money in Jackson to speed care
Mississippi
JACKSON — Acting U.S. Veterans Affairs Secretary Sloan Gibson says that veterans’ health care is moving in the right direction in Jackson and nationwide.
July 19 2014
OSC closes investigation at Jackson VA
Mississippi
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel says investigations are closed into whistleblower disclosure about radiology and patient care practices at the G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Carolyn Lerner of the U.S. Office of Special Counsel sent a letter to the president Monday about whistleblower complaints at several VA facilities, including Jackson. In her letter ...
July 19 2014
Secretary Sloan Gibson says VA spends $4 million more in Mississippi to speed care
Mississippi
JACKSON, Mississippi -- Acting U.S. Veterans Affairs Secretary Sloan Gibson says that veterans' health care is moving in the right direction in Jackson and nationwide. Gibson visited the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center in Jackson on Friday. He met...
July 19 2014
Gibson says VA spends more in Miss. to speed care
Mississippi
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Acting U.S. Veterans Affairs Secretary Sloan Gibson says that veterans' health care is moving in the right direction in Jackson and nationwide. Gibson visited the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center in Jackson on Friday. He met with employees, veterans' groups and reporters. ...
July 19 2014
VA Secretary: Jackson VA Reducing Long Waits
Mississippi
Mississippi veterans frustrated about poor health care at Jackson’s VA medical center Friday got some good news from a top administrator.Sloan Gibson, acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs, told reporters he's impressed with changes he's seen at the GV "Sonny" Montgomery VA medical center. But Gibson, who paid his first visit to the state a month and a half after President Obama appointed him to ...
July 19 2014
4 more face charges stemming from Miss. hate crime case
Mississippi
Four more people are charged in a Mississippi hate crime case that stems from the 2011 death of a Jackson man. Sarah Graves , Shelby Richards, Robert Rice and John Blaylack entered not guilty pleas Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Jackson. Prosecutors believe the four were involved with several other white men who in 2011 targeted African-American men by throwing beer bottles at them and ...
July 16 2014
New Indictment Charges 4 In Mississippi Hate Crime
Mississippi
Authorities believe three of the four new defendants charged in connection with committing a hate crime related to the murder of James Craig Anderson were with riding in the truck that prosecutors say ringleader Deryl Dedmon used to run over Anderson.The 49 year-old African American auto plant worker died from his injuries, after the attack outside a west Jackson motel in June 2011. Authorities ...
July 16 2014
Ann Coulter Emerges as Voice of Reason in Mississippi's McDaniel Mess
South Dakota
No more dubious tirades against soccer, it seems: Ann Coulter has penned an op-ed in a Mississippi paper urging Republican Senate candidate Chris McDaniel to stop contesting his loss to incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran. In Jackson's Clarion-Ledger, she blames McDaniel' supporters for driving his career toward "political oblivion," calling their actions – checking ballots, filming Cochran's sick wife ...
July 12 2014
Hinds deputy indicted in death of basketball coach
Mississippi
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - A Hinds County deputy has been indicted on a manslaughter charge in the death of a youth basketball coach, two months after the men fought outside a gymnasium in northeast Jackson. Joshua Adams, 37, originally was charged with murder when Justin Griffin, 25, died ...
July 12 2014
Janie Johnson
Tennessee
On Tuesday, July 1, 2014, Angels brought Janie Johnson home to rest in the arms of the Lord. Janie was the ninth child born to Willie Burke and Florence Cole in Jackson, Mississippi, May 15, 1925. In 1959, Janie moved to Medina, where she became a notable seamstress and day care provider. She was preceded Read More... The post Janie Johnson appeared first on The Medina County Gazette . Click ...
July 07 2014
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