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Would you cross the world’s highest bridge?

The Beipanjiang Bridge in southwest China is now open to traffic. It is the highest bridge in the world at 1,854 feet.
7 months ago
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Governor Bryant Meets With Trump’s Team

Governor Phil Bryant continues to meet with Donald Trump and members of his selected cabinet. This after the governor campaigned for Trump in a few states during the election. According to a post on Bryant’s Facebook page, he met with secretary-designate of education “Betsy Devos.” Governor Bryant was recently selected as the chair of the […]
7 months ago
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The future of airport security

Will air travel always be a hassle? CNN’s Richard Quest explores what’s in store for the future of airports.
7 months ago
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Trump Thanks Mobile Campaign Support

President Elect Donald Trump made a stop in Mobile this weekend to thank supporters for standing behind him throughout his successful campaign. News 25’s Hank Davis takes us to Ladd Peebles Stadium, with details from what may be Trump’s final rally.
7 months ago
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Gatlinburg Reopens To The Public

Gatlinburg has reopened to the public following last week’s deadly wildfires. A steady stream of cars moved through the main drag earlier today. Most of the tourist area, that draws more than 11 million people a year, was spared. Fourteen people were killed and about 25-hundred homes and buildings were destroyed by the fires. The […]
8 months ago
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Gov. Bryant Named Chair-Elect Education Commission

Governor Phil Bryant has been named chair-elect of the education commission of the states. The national organization gathers, analyzes and disseminates information about current and emerging issues, trends and innovations in state education policies. Governor Bryant issued a statement saying he’s looking forward to working with education leaders across the country beginning in July of […]
8 months ago
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Update On Wildfires

Today residents in Tennessee are assessing the damage as a wildfire devastated their community. Nearly 5-hundred acres in and around the Great Smoky Mountain National Park have been torn apart. And authorities are not ruling out arson. For two days firefighters have battled a series of wildfires in Sevier County. Now, four people are dead, […]
8 months ago
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College Campus Shooting

One suspect is reported to be dead and emergency responders are on the scene at Ohio State University, where there have been reports of an active shooter on campus. Firefighters say at least eight people have been transported to local hospitals. Seven victims are in stable condition and one victim is in critical condition, authorities […]
9 months ago
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Charges Dropped for Lawmaker

News 25 brought you a story about a state representative arrested on domestic violence charges. It turns out it was all a lie. The daughter of a Mississippi lawmaker says she lied to police last week by telling them her father had hit her during an argument. Democratic Representative Kabir Karriem of Columbus was arrested […]
9 months ago
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Missing Person from Forrest County

The Forrest County Sheriff’s Office is asking if anyone has seen James Slay Vidrine. He has been reported missing. Mr. Vidrine is a 51 years old White male, Black Hair, Brown Eyes 5’7 160. Last seen on October 8 in Petal, MS around 8:00 a. m. He was driving a 1984 Buick Electra. If you […]