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Daily Brief for Monday January 11

A triple shooting with not too many answers

Two men and a woman shot last night in the their town-home.
We don’t know the contdition of the victims, just that they were taken to a nearby hospital.
Two people are in custody, while police continue to search for answers.

Recovery centers are now open in Benton and Marshall Counties.

The centers are to assist those who were affected by the storms late last month.
They’ll be open seven days a week from 8am to 7pm.
The one in Benton County is located at the Ashland fire department.
In Marshall, their’s is at the Spring Hollow Plaza, in Holly springs.
Preperations for the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade are underway.

The parade has taken place in Laural for almost 30 years. The “Do You Know Foundation of Mississippi” is sponsoring the event, that’ll kick off this coming Saturday. The parade will run the same route as the Christmas Parade in Laural.
So far, the parade has over 50 float entries and is asking students to participate in art, poetry and essay contests.
The foundation will also be hosting a memoral service and prayer breakfast Sunday and Monday.


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