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City mayor responds to lawsuit against Jackson

JACKSON, Tenn -- Earlier this week, a lawsuit was filed against the city of Jackson that could affect countless cases out of Jackson City Court. According to documents filed in federal…

TCA students volunteer with RIFA

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Fourth graders spent Valentine's Day doing good deeds. Trinity Christian Academy students spent today with the Regional Inter-Faith Association for a day of good service. The students were divided into groups to help with cleaning duties and…

City of McKenzie celebrates founder's birthday

McKENZIE, Tenn. -- Residents of the city of McKenzie gathered Thursday to celebrate the birthday of the city's founder. "It is so exciting! I was here in 1969 when we had our centennial,…

Food delivery service 'WAITR' comes to Hub City

JACKSON, Tenn. -- A new food delivery business called 'WAITR' is ready to take your order. It's one of two delivery services now up and running in Jackson. "It's a free app…

City of Jackson served class-action lawsuit

JACKSON, Tenn. -- A class-action lawsuit has been filed against the city of Jackson. Both the chief of police and city court clerk have been listed as defendants. In January, we…

Police investigate pair of robberies in Paris, Camden

PARIS, Tenn. -- Paris police are investigating a robbery reported around 6:30 p.m. Monday at Hibbett Sports. Police say three people entered the store and took merchandise before fleeing in a car.…

Jackson home devastated by fire

JACKSON, Tenn. -- A home in midtown Jackson is at a total loss from a fire that occurred on Wednesday afternoon. The Jackson Fire Department reported to the burning home on Hatton Street and North Fairgrounds Street around 2 p.m.…

Local organization helps pay to spay, neuter pets

HARDIN COUNTY, Tenn. -- "Too many animals are born unwanted." That's a message Hardin County residents are seeing on their roadways. "Another one that says you can stop pet homelessness, and it's spay/neuter,"…

Area church holds clergy tax seminar

JACKSON, Tenn. -- Doing taxes is never fun, and it can be complicated. While tax help is available for many, clergy members may have more difficulty. "They're considered dual-status employees," said Larry…

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