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      • 3 children dead, driver still at large in crash

        3 children dead, driver still at large in crash

        Sunday, March 26 2017 10:34 AM EDT2017-03-26 14:34:20 GMT
        Crayons and broken glass mark the place where 3 children were killed Saturday in a fatal accident. (Photo source: WLOX)Crayons and broken glass mark the place where 3 children were killed Saturday in a fatal accident. (Photo source: WLOX)

        The Mississippi Highway Patrol is looking for a driver who ran away from the scene of a deadly crash in George County. Three children were killed in the crash. Troopers said a green 2003 Kia Optima was heading east on Highway 198, east of Depot Road, shortly before 4 p.m. on Saturday.

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        The Mississippi Highway Patrol is looking for a driver who ran away from the scene of a deadly crash in George County. Three children were killed in the crash. Troopers said a green 2003 Kia Optima was heading east on Highway 198, east of Depot Road, shortly before 4 p.m. on Saturday.

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      • George County car crash kills three children

        George County car crash kills three children

        Sunday, March 26 2017 10:14 AM EDT2017-03-26 14:14:58 GMT

        The Mississippi Highway Patrol says three children were killed and three others injured after the car they were passengers in ran off the road and crashed into a sign.  

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        The Mississippi Highway Patrol says three children were killed and three others injured after the car they were passengers in ran off the road and crashed into a sign.  

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      • Negotiations fail on state bond bill

        Negotiations fail on state bond bill

        Sunday, March 26 2017 12:01 AM EDT2017-03-26 04:01:05 GMT
        Source: WLBTSource: WLBT

        House Speaker Philip Gunn and Lt. Governor Tate Reeves were not on the same page about the bill. Reeves referred to the House plan "fake money" and noted that he doesn't think the state can tax internet sales. That's despite the fact that the House had changed its plan to only use voluntary collections.

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        House Speaker Philip Gunn and Lt. Governor Tate Reeves were not on the same page about the bill. Reeves referred to the House plan "fake money" and noted that he doesn't think the state can tax internet sales. That's despite the fact that the House had changed its plan to only use voluntary collections.

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