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    • Woman killed in wrong-way interstate crash identified

      Woman killed in wrong-way interstate crash identified

      Wednesday, March 29 2017 11:06 AM EDT2017-03-29 15:06:13 GMT

      The woman killed in a wrong-way crash on I-10 early Wednesday morning has been identified.

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      The woman killed in a wrong-way crash on I-10 early Wednesday morning has been identified.

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    • Woman reported missing in Biloxi

      Woman reported missing in Biloxi

      Wednesday, March 29 2017 10:27 AM EDT2017-03-29 14:27:27 GMT
      Lindsey Newman (Photo source: Biloxi Police Department)Lindsey Newman (Photo source: Biloxi Police Department)

      Biloxi police are asking for help finding a woman last seen March 9. Officials said Lindsey Newman, 30, was last seen in the 700 block of Beach Blvd. around 1 a.m.

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      Biloxi police are asking for help finding a woman last seen March 9. Officials said Lindsey Newman, 30, was last seen in the 700 block of Beach Blvd. around 1 a.m.

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    • Bus passenger seeks $25 million in damages from train accident

      Bus passenger seeks $25 million in damages from train accident

      Wednesday, March 29 2017 8:44 AM EDT2017-03-29 12:44:11 GMT

      A new lawsuit filed in the aftermath of the tragedy on the tracks near downtown Biloxi claims the driver of the bus stuck on the tracks "was an inadequately trained, unlicensed, incompetent or reckless." That suit was filed in Houston, Texas on behalf of Mary Hall, one of the injured passengers on the charter bus that got smashed by a CSX train. It asks a court to award Hall a minimum of $25 million in actual damages.

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      A new lawsuit filed in the aftermath of the tragedy on the tracks near downtown Biloxi claims the driver of the bus stuck on the tracks "was an inadequately trained, unlicensed, incompetent or reckless." That suit was filed in Houston, Texas on behalf of Mary Hall, one of the injured passengers on the charter bus that got smashed by a CSX train. It asks a court to award Hall a minimum of $25 million in actual damages.

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