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      • Yazoo City school waits three days before telling parents about child's suicide note

        Yazoo City school waits three days before telling parents about child's suicide note

        Wednesday, December 13 2017 10:28 PM EST2017-12-14 03:28:24 GMT
        Source: WLBTSource: WLBT

        A 10 year old boy in Yazoo City is so affected by bullying, he left a suicide note at school, saying he would kill himself if the bullying didn't stop.  On top of that, it was days before his  guardians found out about that plea for help. 

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        A 10 year old boy in Yazoo City is so affected by bullying, he left a suicide note at school, saying he would kill himself if the bullying didn't stop.  On top of that, it was days before his  guardians found out about that plea for help. 

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      • Non-profit offers free health insurance help

        Non-profit offers free health insurance help

        Wednesday, December 13 2017 10:04 PM EST2017-12-14 03:04:40 GMT
        source: wdamsource: wdam

        Health Help Hattiesburg is offering free healthcare enrollment applications and assistance to residents. Program Manager Samantha Wells says that open enrollment ends December 15 and they want to make sure that everyone gets insured. “We want them to go ahead and give us a call and we can try to help them out and guide them through the process for free.” Wells says that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is still here and that the health insurance plans will not be affected ...

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        Health Help Hattiesburg is offering free healthcare enrollment applications and assistance to residents. Program Manager Samantha Wells says that open enrollment ends December 15 and they want to make sure that everyone gets insured. “We want them to go ahead and give us a call and we can try to help them out and guide them through the process for free.” Wells says that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is still here and that the health insurance plans will not be affected ...

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      • USM bowl preparations, recruiting pick up

        USM bowl preparations, recruiting pick up

        Wednesday, December 13 2017 9:57 PM EST2017-12-14 02:57:06 GMT
        Source: WDAMSource: WDAM
        For a second consecutive day, University of Southern Mississippi football coaches put the Golden Eagles through their paces for 2 ½ hours Wednesday afternoon at the Joe P. Park Football Practice Fields. Then, they hit the recruiting trail. With the Dec. 20 signing date looming and a Dec. 27 Independence Bowl date drawing closer with Florida State University, USM’s coaches have one eye on the future and the other focused on the present. “We’ll be recruiting ...More >>
        For a second consecutive day, University of Southern Mississippi football coaches put the Golden Eagles through their paces for 2 ½ hours Wednesday afternoon at the Joe P. Park Football Practice Fields. Then, they hit the recruiting trail. With the Dec. 20 signing date looming and a Dec. 27 Independence Bowl date drawing closer with Florida State University, USM’s coaches have one eye on the future and the other focused on the present. “We’ll be recruiting ...More >>
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      • Board of Regents finalizes consolidation between Georgia Southern, Armstrong State

        Board of Regents finalizes consolidation between Georgia Southern, Armstrong State

        Wednesday, December 13 2017 10:32 PM EST2017-12-14 03:32:36 GMT
        (Source: WTOC)(Source: WTOC)

        The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia has granted the final approval of the consolidation between Georgia Southern University and Armstrong State University. 

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        The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia has granted the final approval of the consolidation between Georgia Southern University and Armstrong State University. 

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      • Juvenile Judge's ask Commissioners to consider re-opening old Law Enforcement Center

        Juvenile Judge's ask Commissioners to consider re-opening old Law Enforcement Center

        Wednesday, December 13 2017 10:21 PM EST2017-12-14 03:21:39 GMT
        The Old Law Enforcement Building on Walton Way has been unoccupied for more than 4 years. The Jail was closed for numerous health reasons that included sewage spills, black mold and water leaks. But several Juvenile Judges are asking Richmond County Commissioners to look at opening it again.  "We're not looking for lockup. We're looking for some courtrooms, classrooms, some facilities to have training and stuff for children," says Judge Doug Flangan. Old, Abandon...More >>
        The Old Law Enforcement Building on Walton Way has been unoccupied for more than 4 years. The Jail was closed for numerous health reasons that included sewage spills, black mold and water leaks. But several Juvenile Judges are asking Richmond County Commissioners to look at opening it again.  "We're not looking for lockup. We're looking for some courtrooms, classrooms, some facilities to have training and stuff for children," says Judge Doug Flangan. Old, Abandon...More >>
      • Bulloch County deputies getting new body cameras

        Bulloch County deputies getting new body cameras

        Wednesday, December 13 2017 10:21 PM EST2017-12-14 03:21:06 GMT
        (Source: WTOC)(Source: WTOC)

        Deputies in Bulloch County have a new tool for helping the community and protecting themselves. 

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        Deputies in Bulloch County have a new tool for helping the community and protecting themselves. 

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