RSS Latest News

  • Police Called to North Side High School After Incident Involving Employee April 24, 2014
    NORTH JACKSON -- A person was arrested after allegedly striking another vehicle in the parking lot of North Side High School on Thursday morning. According to Lt. DeMoss with JPD, a couple got into an argument on Wednesday night that resumed Thursday around 6:40 a.m. when the woman involved made it to her job at North Side. The man involved in the argument a […]
  • 'Clothesline Project' Raises Awareness of Sexual Abuse April 24, 2014
    JACKSON, Tenn.- An unusual sight on the campus of Lane College Wednesday. There was laundry hanging on lines stretched between two buildings, but it was not laundry day. It was shirts designed by victims and survivors of sexual abuse. Some of the shirts were also designed by friends and family of individuals who have died because of abuse. Organizers say thi […]
  • Historic Downtown Greyhound Bus Station Up for Sale April 24, 2014
    JACKSON, Tenn. -- The Historic Greyhound bus station, built in 1938, may soon have its buses make their final stop. The station's owners have listed the property for sale surprising many Hub City residents. Mark Hollowell, whose parents have owned the station for nearly five decades, said it was a tough business decision to make. "I used to ride my […]
  • City of Jackson Owes School System Millions of Dollars April 24, 2014
    JACKSON, Tenn.- The city of Jackson could be forced to cut workers after a tax mix up that could cost the city millions of dollars. It is all over more than two decades of confusion about a "liquor by the drink" tax. Now, Madison County is suing Jackson for money that was supposed to go to the Jackson-Madison County School System. Jackson Mayor Jer […]
  • Haywood County Residents Divided on Government April 23, 2014
    BROWNSVILLE, Tenn. -- Residents in Haywood County are divided on the type of government they want to lead them. The polls are now open for voters to decide if they want a metro government or city-county government. Freddy Smith, a local business owner, is against a consolidated government and has been vocal in voicing his opposition. "I want people to r […]

RSS Entertainment News

RSS Music News

Other Recent Posts

U92 Social Stream

U92 Poll Question


What State park in West Tennessee would you like to visit this summer?

Thank you for voting
You have already voted on this poll!
Please select an option!

Latest U92 Video

Get On The U92 Email List