South Mississippi Strong: Harrison County’s emergency youth shelter gives a safe space to children in need

Harrison County's only emergency youth shelter can house anywhere from 25 to 30 children every month. The shelter staff go out of their way to make the facility feel like a home. Shelter director Dianna Kuns says, that's what the children who end up there, need most.
City leaders discuss outcome of Long Beach roads study
Body found in vehicle in Moss Point
  Hancock County schools work with Coast Electric on energy efficiency
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  ‘White people are the best’: Columbia student’s racist tirade captured on video

In a racially charged rant, the Columbia sophomore harasses and shouts white supremacist ideologies at a group of primarily minority students.


  Hancock County schools work with Coast Electric on energy efficiency

Two arrested after one-year-old dies after left unsupervised, 2 other children taken from home

Biloxi police find Good Samaritan

Jimmy Dean sausage links recalled, ‘pieces of metal’ contamination

  Feedback wanted on federal funding for career and technical programs

Parents, educators, and industry officials are talking about the future of career training for Mississippi students, and they’re hoping to have your input, as well.
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California judge orders porn star to pay Trump legal fees

A federal judge has ordered porn star Stormy Daniels to pay Donald Trump nearly $293,000 for his attorneys' fees and another $1,000 in sanctions after her defamation suit against the president was dismissed.

GOP rep set to enter 2019 race for Mississippi governor

Over 300 pounds of marijuana seized during traffic stop on I-20

Speaker Philip Gunn looks ahead to 2019 legislative session

Jackson County Animal Shelter prepares for demolition

Two Mississippi Museums project celebrates one year, exceeds expectations

Harrison County skate park tenant evicted

Driver loses control of truck on Wortham Rd in Saucier

Police: Two wanted in connection with Coliseum assault death have been identified

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  Hints of Democratic agenda as Google CEO testifies

Google CEO Sundar Pichai _ and other tech executives who may be watching _ got hints Tuesday of what issues they can expect to face as Democrats take control of the House in three weeks.


St. Martin standout named to Pro Football Hall of Fame World Bowl

  St. Patrick beats Sacred Heart 2-1

At 11-0, Pass Christian playing inspired basketball

MSU men’s, women’s hoops move up in Top 25

  Muddy, Rainy conditions lead to scoreless 70th annual Bernard Blackwell All-Star Classic

There was more rain pouring than scoring in the 70th annual Bernard Blackwell All-Star Classic as the North & South settle for a 0-0 tie. The last time this game was left scoreless was back in 1963.


  Mississippi mother horrified after toddler attacked at daycare

Pass Christian teen fighting to recover after hit-and-run

Tradition homeowners donate toys for coast kids

Fishermen, DMR work to move oysters to help boost population

  Meteor shower ruined by rain showers?

Poor visibility is expected in South Mississippi during the peak of this year’s Geminid Meteor Shower.
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  Attack at Christmas market in French city kills 3, wounds 12

French officials say three people died and 12 others were wounded when a man flagged as a possible extremist sprayed gunfire near a famous Christmas market in Strasbourg.

AMBER ALERT CANCELED: 3-year-old girl found safe; suspect in custody

Junior Auxiliary program brings a little Christmas miracle to Gulfport children

Inaugural Christmas Parade in Ocean Springs helps local charities

Improvements made all around at 2018 Mississippi Gulf Coast Marathon