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BYOD in schools, college students ID theft, water issues in Cairo

Stoddard County Prosecutor Russ Oliver says David Mangum pleaded not guilty this morning in court. Stoddard County Prosecutor Russ Oliver says David Mangum pleaded not guilty this morning in court.
Cairo residents say water is “yellow and smelly.” Cairo residents say water is “yellow and smelly.”
A bridge collapsed today near Woodlawn, Ill. (Source: Ryan Clinton//Facebook) A bridge collapsed today near Woodlawn, Ill. (Source: Ryan Clinton//Facebook)
The Better Business Bureau released a study saying college students are more at risk to be a victim of identity theft. The Better Business Bureau released a study saying college students are more at risk to be a victim of identity theft.

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Teachers are constantly fighting classroom distractions. Now, a district in Stoddard County has decided to let students B.Y.O.D., or Bring Your Own Device. Todd Tumminia visited Richland today and will have more tonight on Heartland News at 9 and 10 about just what kind of devices they're talking about.

Identity theft can obviously be scary for anyone, but there's one group of people that may be a bigger target than they think. College kids should beware. Christy Millweard talked to some students today who were victims of identity theft.

A Dexter man accused of spreading HIV was in court today. According to Stoddard County Prosecutor Russ Oliver, David Mangum pleaded not guilty this morning in court. You can click here to read more.

Water experts say the water in Cairo is not harmful for your health. However, residents are still concerned. Kadee Brosseau was in Cairo today and talked to residents. You can click here for the story.

A bridge collapsed today in Jefferson County, Ill. According to the Jefferson County dispatch, a bridge on Panzier Lane south of Illinois Highway 15 collapsed near Woodlawn.

The McCracken County Sheriff's Department is investigating the drowning of a two-year-old child. The drowning took place this morning on the west side of Paducah on Gholson Road.

In national news, President Barack Obama is in Russia, meeting with other world leaders at the G-20 summit. While global growth is the main focus today, Syria remains on everyone's mind.

Amber Ruch
County News Digital Content Producer
aruch@kfvs12.com
KFVS Hotline: 1-800-455-NEWS

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