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      • Robots, other tech showcased at Ole Miss

        Robots, other tech showcased at Ole Miss

        Friday, April 28 2017 9:30 AM EDT2017-04-28 13:30:25 GMT
        (Source: C Spire)(Source: C Spire)

        A huge event for technology made its way to the Ole Miss campus Thursday.

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        A huge event for technology made its way to the Ole Miss campus Thursday.

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      • Pine Belt VFW Riders host fundraiser for Autism service dog

        Friday, April 28 2017 9:24 AM EDT2017-04-28 13:24:24 GMT
        Source: WDAM Staff (Jack Sellers)Source: WDAM Staff (Jack Sellers)

        An 11-year-old Purvis boy makes all A's and B's in class, but he could go even farther with a service dog by his side. Jack has Autism. Now, the Hattiesburg and Purvis communities rally around him. They're raising the money to get Jack the perfect partner to help him with the challenges of Autism.

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        An 11-year-old Purvis boy makes all A's and B's in class, but he could go even farther with a service dog by his side. Jack has Autism. Now, the Hattiesburg and Purvis communities rally around him. They're raising the money to get Jack the perfect partner to help him with the challenges of Autism.

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      • Byrd may pay deputy $260,000 in harassment penalties

        Byrd may pay deputy $260,000 in harassment penalties

        Friday, April 28 2017 9:19 AM EDT2017-04-28 13:19:18 GMT
        (Photo source: WLOX)(Photo source: WLOX)

        The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals just intervened in a Mike Byrd case. It determined “the district court erred in ‘decoupling’ the evidence” and ordered the case be sent back to district court so the jury’s verdict can be reinstated. The former sheriff may have to pay a deputy $260,000 because of harassment allegations argued during a 2015 trial.

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        The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals just intervened in a Mike Byrd case. It determined “the district court erred in ‘decoupling’ the evidence” and ordered the case be sent back to district court so the jury’s verdict can be reinstated. The former sheriff may have to pay a deputy $260,000 because of harassment allegations argued during a 2015 trial.

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