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Veterinarian Gives Advice To Prevent Pets From Heat Stroke

If you do want to take your dog on a walk or run, the best times to go are early in the morning or later in the afternoon.

Members of the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus give back to the community

Every year after the Charity ball, The King and Queen of the Junior Auxiliary hold a Royalty Brunch for current and past members to attend.

Friends and family remember Wallace Wilder, march for equality

Peaceful protests and marches are happening all over the country to fight against police brutality.

Local public pool gets creative to make things safe during COVID-19

Co-owner Reid Carter said they are constantly keeping up with the chlorine levels to make sure the pools are extra clean.

A look at protests over the the decades

In the 1960s the U.S. Congress passed the Civil Rights Act and The Voting Rights Act, both connected to the protests held in the nation at that time.

Starkville community gathers to celebrate Juneteenth

The Oktibbeha county NAACP and the J.L. King center have teamed up to host Starkville's very first Juneteenth celebration.

Winston County residents gather to fight against systematic racism

Protests continue all over the country IN support OF the Black Lives Matter movement and racial Equality.

Fishing for a cause: Organization using trips to teach about organ donation

Forever Outdoors is giving people the opportunity to fish and boat while advocating how you can save someone's life through organ donation.

Young voters discuss importance of making voice heard at the polls

Many of those who have been taking to the streets calling for unity have not been able to make their voices heard where it counts -- at the ballot box.

Louisville golf tournament held in honor of Joshua Reed

The family displayed a Bible verse throughout the golf course. Reed's sister, Raychal, says the passage of scripture holds special meaning for their family.

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