Produced by Jim Albritton | Tears of joy replace fear and uncertainty for a Jackson mother as her 13-year-old son's battle with T-cell leukemia winds down.
Produced by Jim Albritton | Three-year-old Andrew Cross knows how to wield a foam sword and with help from the Children's Cancer Center at Batson Children's Hospital, he's winning the battle against the most common form of childhood cancer.
Produced by Jim Albritton | Southern Halo, a country rock band formed by a trio of Mississippi Delta sisters, is gaining fans, performing at venues like Nashville's Ryman Auditorium and opening for big acts like B.B. King and Jamie Lynn Spears.
Produced by Jim Albritton | A spinal cord injury support group, sponsored by Methodist Rehabilitation Center in Jackson, Mississippi, puts a new spin on an old game at Fannin Lanes in Brandon.
Produced by Jim Albritton | An open house and ribbon cutting ceremony mark the official opening of the Baptist Medical Clinic on Spillway Road in Brandon, Mississippi.
Produced by Jim Albritton | The Mississippi Highway Patrol Law Enforcement Family and Friends Toy Drive for Batson, an organization of 70 Mississippi law enforcement agencies spearheaded by MHP, delivered thousands of toys and $25,000 to Batson Children's Hospital. Officers from all across the state traveled to Jackson to make the donation to the state's only children's hospital.
Produced by Jim Albritton | Hundreds braved freezing temperatures to run or walk in the 2013 Jingle Bell Jog at Trustmark Park in Pearl, Mississippi. The fifth annual event benefits the Children's Cancer Clinic at Batson Children's Hospital in Jackson.
Produced by Jim Albritton | Just in time for Christmas, two semi-trailer trucks from the Walmart Distribution Center in Brookhaven, Mississippi brought hundreds of toys to sick and injured kids at Batson Children's Hospital in Jackson.
Produced by Jim Albritton | The Batson Christmas trees were lit during the annual "Light-A-Light for Children" ceremony at Mississippi's only children's hospital. To buy a light in honor or memory of someone, go to http://foch.org/.