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  • Special Report: How the men and women in blue are performing on the job

    Special Report: How the men and women in blue are performing on the job.

    Tuesday, May 20 2014 11:54 PM EDT2014-05-21 03:54:03 GMT
    Whether they're officers, deputies or state troopers, their bosses say cops are a unique breed, bringing order to chaotic situations. In a few cases, they're also liabilities for their departments.  WeMore >>
    Whether they're officers, deputies or state troopers, their bosses say cops are a unique breed, bringing order to chaotic situations. In a few cases, they're also liabilities for their departments.More >>
  • Special Report: Falsifying residency for school enrollment

    Special Report: Falsifying Residency for School Enrollment

    Tuesday, May 20 2014 1:41 AM EDT2014-05-20 05:41:39 GMT
    It's what our nation is built on - the ability to receive a good education, but how far would you go to make sure your child gets into the district of your choice. Some are going as far as falsifyingMore >>
    Some are going as far as falsifying residency documents. Our Annette Peagler looked into the most recent audit from the Mississippi Auditor's Office and found some startling statistics.More >>
  • Madison Central High School autism students benefit from Yoga

    Madison County High autism students benefit from Yoga

    Tuesday, May 13 2014 12:29 AM EDT2014-05-13 04:29:19 GMT
    It takes a truly special teacher to teach students with special needs. And in Madison county, a little creativity and initiative go a long way. Educator Janice Stack is in charge of the high school boysMore >>
    Educator Janice Stack is in charge of the high school boys at Madison Central High School who have autism. They are between 16 and 18 years old. This year, Stack started incorporating yoga into her curriculum.More >>
  • Cold case killings: Code of Silence

    Cold case killings: Code of Silence

    Thursday, May 8 2014 12:23 AM EDT2014-05-08 04:23:33 GMT
    Violent murders on the streets of Jackson have the families of victims crying out for help. I went out into the community to explore three cold case killings. Families members tell me people know who murderedMore >>
    Violent murders on the streets of Jackson have the families of victims crying out for help. We went out into the community to explore three cold case killings. Families members say people know who murdered their loved ones, but there is a code of silence.More >>
  • Special Report: Deadbeat parents beating the system

    Special Report: Deadbeat parents beating the system

    Wednesday, April 30 2014 5:22 PM EDT2014-04-30 21:22:18 GMT
    Thousands of Mississippi children miss out on some of life's basic necessities because Deadbeat parents fail to or in many cases refuse to pay court ordered financial support. If they are in arrears moreMore >>
    Thousands of Mississippi children miss out on some of life's basic necessities because Deadbeat parents fail to or in many cases refuse to pay court ordered financial support. If they are in arrears more than $10,000, officials say it's a felony. They face up to 10-thousand-dollars in fines and 5 years in prison.
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