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Politics & Government

Legislator proposes bill banning driver cell use
Rep. Sorolis - bill not applicable to audio books. Photo courtesy ofLRC Public Information
Legislator proposes bill banning driver cell use

...BR 166, dubbed the hands-free law, would ban drivers from using mobile phones, tablets, laptop computers and other personal communication devices. The law would carve out exceptions for voice-activated programs such as GPS navigation and hands-free calling. BR 166 would also prohibit drivers from watching, recording or broadcasting videos...

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Education

Murray State Department of Computer Science and Information Systems wins Bauernfeind Cup
associate professor Dr. Cemil Kuzey, department chair Dr. Victor Raj and associate professor Dr. Vlad Krotov.
Murray State Department of Computer Science and Information Systems wins Bauernfeind Cup

The Murray State University Department of Computer Science and Information Systems is this year's Bauernfeind Cup winner after having the most scholarly work published in the Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business between fall 2017 to fall 2018.

The department collectively published 29 peer-reviewed print journal articles, one book chapter and three peer-reviewed conference proceedings, and completed six presentations at peer-reviewed conferences. Topics included contemporary approaches of data mining, machine learning and advanced data analytics in accounting, finance and management.

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Travel & Tourism

Children 17 and Younger to be Offered Free Admission to Discovery Park of America in Jan. 2020
(front/sitting L to R): Isaiah French, Tanner Hailey, John Garrett Buchanan, Bralyn Britton, Valor Cunningham and Evelyn Cunningham (back/standing L to R): Presleigh Haskins, Lyla Kissell, David Johnson with Magnolia Place, Brooklyn Steward, Rana Buc
Children 17 and Younger to be Offered Free Admission to Discovery Park of America in Jan. 2020

Union City, Tenn.--Discovery Park of America and Magnolia Place Assisted Living announced today that Magnolia Place will pay for Discovery Park of America admission for all children 17 and younger as a way to pay tribute to and memorialize Jenny Kirkland.

Throughout the month of Jan. 2020 children 17 and under will receive free general admission to Discovery Park at the ticket counter or as part of a student group...

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