Jackson, Mississippi, Residents Remain Without Running Water 2 Weeks After Ice Storm
Many residents in Jackson, Mississippi, are still without water 14 days after an ice storm shut off the city’s main water plant. City officials are calling on the federal government to help fund improvements to the city’s 100-year-old infrastructure.
Here & Now‘s Tonya Mosley speaks with journalist Sarah Fowler.
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