Jackson's Deputy Police Chief Deric Hearn identified the boy as Markell Noah.
Nearly the entire workforce of the Mississippi-based company got a memo informing them not to come to work the next day.
Authorities in said Jenise Bolin asked to be tagged on Facebook while he was being arrested.
The 9-foot bronze statue of Emmett Till coming to Greenwood, Mississippi, is not far from where white men kidnapped and killed the Black teen over accusations that he flirted with a white woman.
Video footage showed one of the former Mississippi daycare employees wearing a mask similar to the "Scream" movies and yelling at children who didn't "clean up" or "act good."
Coweta County deputies say a Mississippi man led them on a high-speed chase through downtown Newan on Monday.
One of the texts from 2017 showed Republican Gov. Phil Bryant, who left office in 2020, was “on board” with the arrangement.
A historic flood was just the start of an unimaginable crisis.
Jackson remained under a boil water advisory, but the drop in water pressure that had brought the system to near collapse appeared to be resolved, officials said.
While thousands of Jackson, Mississippi residents are without clean water, some groups in Metro Atlanta have joined the relief effort amid the city’s ongoing water crisis.
Cory Wayne Patterson stole a plane from the Tupelo Regional Airport, took off, called 911 and then threatened to crash the aircraft.
The FBI has questioned NFL Hall of Famer and Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre for his alleged involvement in a Mississippi welfare fraud case.
“As soon as I saw it, I didn’t give it a thought. I just told my husband, I said, ‘We need to bring some water.'"
The water crisis affects the city's 150,000 residents — many of whom were unable to take showers or flush toilets — plus an estimated 30,000 who come into the city to work at businesses without water pressure.
Parts of Jackson were without running water Tuesday because flooding exacerbated longstanding problems in one of two water-treatment plants.
From renewed investigations to an unpublished memoir to Hollywood retellings, Emmett Till’s name and story have been in the news a number of times over the past year. Here is a look at the instances.
A military veteran pleaded guilty to faking his own death to try to avoid sexual abuse charges in Mississippi.
A Mississippi man hooked a 104-pound catfish, creating a new state record. The previous record was broken in 1997, weighing in at 101 pounds.
After destructive hurricanes, an oil spill, and other traumatic events, it appears sea turtles are coming back to the Mississippi coast.
A grand jury in Mississippi has declined to indict the white woman whose accusation set off the lynching of Black teenager Emmett Till nearly 70 years ago, despite revelations about an unserved arrest warrant and a newly revealed memoir by the woman, a prosecutor said Tuesday.