Former FedEx Driver Who Says Two White Men Shot At Him Sues For $5M
D’Monterrio Gibson says he was traumatized, but the company directed him to continue working the same route.
Judge Rules Against Brett Farve In Defamation Suit Against Shannon Sharpe
A federal judge ruled that Sharpe's comments about Farve were "examples of protected, colorful speech referring to needy families in Mississippi.”
Poverty is Mississippi Voters’ Primary Concern in the Upcoming Election
The state leads the country in poverty rates.
Black FedEx Driver Fired A Year After He Says White Men Attacked Him
D’Monterrio Gibson said that he was terminated in an email sent by the company after refusing a part-time position.
Mistrial Declared in Trial of Two White Mississippi Men Who Shot at Black FedEx Driver
Brandon Case and his father Gregory Charles Case were charged with attempted first-degree murder for shooting into the vehicle driven by D’Monterrio Gibson in January 2022.
Mississippi 'Goon Squad' Officers Admit At Court Hearing To Torturing Two Black Men
‘I hope this is a lesson to everybody out there,’ one of their victims said after seeing the handcuffed white ex-cops.
Biden To Establish National Monument Honoring Emmett Till And Mamie Till-Mobley
Till’s death and his mother’s activism was a catalyst to the Civil Rights Movement, now a monument to them will be erected.
Deputies Fired After 2 Black Men File Lawsuit Claiming Torture, Assault In Mississippi
Michael Jenkins and Eddie Parker allege that six deputies handcuffed, waterboarded, and attempted to sexually assault them during an illegal search.
Mississippi State Senator Calls For Return Of Confederate-Themed Flag
The Confederate emblem was removed from the state flag in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder.
Mississippi Civil Rights Lawyer Says She Was Arrested While Filming Traffic Stop
Jill Collen Jefferson, who filmed the traffic stop, is also suing the Lexington Police Department on behalf of residents in the city.