Ralph Reed, 80, has been copying the Bible word for word into his notebooks as a way to keep his mind sharp and for personal insights. Writing down the words of the Bible also helps he catch nuances he said he could miss in his reading, he says. Listen as he describes his routine and why he is inspired to do so.
Community members, rescuers, friends and family spoke at a vigil at Doris L. Busch Park in Biloxi on Sunday, March 12, 2017, for the victims that lost their lives in the charter bus that was struck by a CSX freight train earlier in the week.
National Transportation Safety Board member Robert Sumwalt talks during a press conference on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at the scene of Tuesday's fatal train-bus wreck at the Main Street railroad crossing in Biloxi.
Jim DeLaCruz and his wife describe what happened when a train hit their charter bus. The bus, from Austin, Texas, was driving from one casino to another in Biloxi, Miss., when it got stuck on a train crossing with a steep grade. About five minutes later, the bus was struck by a train. At least four people were killed.