Piece of Biloxi history uncovered under Howard Ave.

While digging up pavement, crews discovered an old trolley line running down Howard Ave.
Mississippi probation, parole officers lead outreach project during holiday season
Limit the table foods you feed your pets on Thanksgiving
Humane Society waives all adoption fees to encourage holiday adoptions
  Coast food businesses busy for Thanksgiving rush
Victim identified in fatal Long Beach wreck
Public Service Commission charges three telemarketers for no-call violations


Victim identified in fatal Long Beach wreck
One person is dead after a wreck on 28th Street in Long Beach Wednesday morning.
Public Service Commission charges three telemarketers for no-call violations
The PSC’s investigation found that these companies made 90 illegal calls to Mississippians. Should these entities be found to have violated the No-Call law, they are subject to a $5,000 per call fine; totaling $450,000.
Traffic blocked after Gulfport wreck on Hwy 605
Northbound traffic is blocked on Cowan Lorraine Road just south of Interstate 10.

Man escapes custody after stealing MHP patrol car during arrest

According to MHP, they conducted a traffic stop at US49 in Simpson County.

Gas leak at Keesler AFB repaired after some buildings were evacuated

Several buildings at Keesler Air Force Base have been evacuated after a gas leak Wednesday morning.
  Rally pushes for high voter turnout, voting rights
  Pascagoula church gives free turkeys and all the fixins to 25 families
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UK's May to meet with Austrian leader to help Brexit bid

Prime Minister Theresa May is to meet Austria's chancellor to build support for her Brexit plan ahead of a possible Sunday summit

Cigarette boxes to feature warnings that smoking is addictive, cigarettes cause cancer

For the next two years, the statements will be placed on the packaging of tobacco products for two weeks at a time, three times per year.


  St. Martin win 4th Annual Joe Barlow Invitational

  Allegedly drunken and disorderly curling team gets booted from tournament in Canada

Video captured by a spectator Saturday shows Northwest Territories curler Jamie Koe appearing to be intoxicated before the team’s 4:30 p.m. game. The skipper, sitting on the ice, begins crawling.