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  • Annual 'End of Watch Ride' honors fallen HPD officers Deen and Tate

    Annual 'End of Watch Ride' honors fallen HPD officers Deen and Tate

    Saturday, April 21 2018 6:25 PM EDT2018-04-21 22:25:10 GMT
    Hundreds of motorcycles make their way onto Highway 49 for the beginning of the annual "End of Watch Ride" in Hattiesburg. Photo credit WDAM.Hundreds of motorcycles make their way onto Highway 49 for the beginning of the annual "End of Watch Ride" in Hattiesburg. Photo credit WDAM.
    Hundreds of motorcycles make their way onto Highway 49 for the beginning of the annual "End of Watch Ride" in Hattiesburg. Photo credit WDAM.Hundreds of motorcycles make their way onto Highway 49 for the beginning of the annual "End of Watch Ride" in Hattiesburg. Photo credit WDAM.

    Hundreds of motorcyclists gathered in the Hub City Saturday morning to honor two fallen Hattiesburg Police officers and raise money for a scholarship in their name. 

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    Hundreds of motorcyclists gathered in the Hub City Saturday morning to honor two fallen Hattiesburg Police officers and raise money for a scholarship in their name. 

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  • USM roars past MTSU 11-2 in doubleheader opener

    USM roars past MTSU 11-2 in doubleheader opener

    Saturday, April 21 2018 5:57 PM EDT2018-04-21 21:57:11 GMT

    Mason Irby had three hits and drove in four runs and LeeMarcus Boyd and Luke Reynolds homered in the same inning as the University of Southern Mississippi downed Middle Tennessee State University 11-2 Saturday afternoon in the first game of a Conference USA doubleheader at Pete Taylor Park.

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    Mason Irby had three hits and drove in four runs and LeeMarcus Boyd and Luke Reynolds homered in the same inning as the University of Southern Mississippi downed Middle Tennessee State University 11-2 Saturday afternoon in the first game of a Conference USA doubleheader at Pete Taylor Park.

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  • Ship built at Ingalls draws huge crowd in Oregon

    Ship built at Ingalls draws huge crowd in Oregon

    Saturday, April 21 2018 5:21 PM EDT2018-04-21 21:21:16 GMT
    A transport dock ship built at Ingalls Shipbuilding drew a crowd of about 7,500 guests in Portland, Oregon Saturday morning. (Photo source: Ingalls)A transport dock ship built at Ingalls Shipbuilding drew a crowd of about 7,500 guests in Portland, Oregon Saturday morning. (Photo source: Ingalls)
    A transport dock ship built at Ingalls Shipbuilding drew a crowd of about 7,500 guests in Portland, Oregon Saturday morning. (Photo source: Ingalls)A transport dock ship built at Ingalls Shipbuilding drew a crowd of about 7,500 guests in Portland, Oregon Saturday morning. (Photo source: Ingalls)

    A transport dock ship built at Ingalls Shipbuilding drew a crowd of about 7,500 guests in Portland, Oregon Saturday morning. The guests attended the commissioning of the USS Portland.

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    A transport dock ship built at Ingalls Shipbuilding drew a crowd of about 7,500 guests in Portland, Oregon Saturday morning. The guests attended the commissioning of the USS Portland.

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