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  • Carrie's 6PM First Alert Forecast

    Carrie's 6PM First Alert Forecast

    It has been another nice day with plenty of sunshine and highs in the 50s and low 60s, but the front moved through the area kicking up a chilly north wind. Much colder air will be following that dry cold front dropping the temps below freezing inland and low to mid 30s closer to the coast. Then we'll see a little warming trend through Thursday. It will stay dry through Saturday, then rain chances return for Sunday.

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    It has been another nice day with plenty of sunshine and highs in the 50s and low 60s, but the front moved through the area kicking up a chilly north wind. Much colder air will be following that dry cold front dropping the temps below freezing inland and low to mid 30s closer to the coast. Then we'll see a little warming trend through Thursday. It will stay dry through Saturday, then rain chances return for Sunday.

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  • George Regional Hospital expansion construction update

    George Regional Hospital expansion construction update

    Nearly six months after breaking ground on the expansion of the George County Regional Hospital, the project visibly making progress.

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    Nearly six months after breaking ground on the expansion of the George County Regional Hospital, the project visibly making progress.

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  • Elly, the mobile kitchen, teaches students about healthy eating

    Elly, the mobile kitchen, teaches students about healthy eating

    Students in Biloxi are learning about healthy eating through a unique hands-on experience. It's a mobile, teaching kitchen, nicknamed Elly. 

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    Students in Biloxi are learning about healthy eating through a unique hands-on experience. It's a mobile, teaching kitchen, nicknamed Elly. 

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  • WLOX Editorial: Our congratulations to Ingalls and its employees

    WLOX Editorial: Our congratulations to Ingalls and its employees

    Monday, December 4 2017 7:00 PM EST2017-12-05 00:00:26 GMT

    The future appears bright for Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula and that is good news for South Mississippi. The Union Ship workers just passed a four year contract extension. With years of Navy and coast guard shipbuilding contracts in the pipeline, this keeps Jackson County's economy on solid footing. Ingalls is the largest industrial employer in the state with more than eleven thousand people on the payroll. 

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    The future appears bright for Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula and that is good news for South Mississippi. The Union Ship workers just passed a four year contract extension. With years of Navy and coast guard shipbuilding contracts in the pipeline, this keeps Jackson County's economy on solid footing. Ingalls is the largest industrial employer in the state with more than eleven thousand people on the payroll. 

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  • WLOX Editorial: Consider shopping locally this holiday season

    WLOX Editorial: Consider shopping locally this holiday season

    Monday, December 4 2017 6:53 PM EST2017-12-04 23:53:57 GMT

    There is optimism for retailers as always in the holiday shopping season. The National Retail Federation believes holiday sales for the 2017 holiday season will increase 3.6% to 4% over 2016 sales.   

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    There is optimism for retailers as always in the holiday shopping season. The National Retail Federation believes holiday sales for the 2017 holiday season will increase 3.6% to 4% over 2016 sales.   

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  • WLOX Editorial: Bullets don't make decisions

    WLOX Editorial: Bullets don't make decisions

    Wednesday, November 29 2017 4:04 PM EST2017-11-29 21:04:18 GMT

    Bullets don't have a conscience. They don't have remorse. They see no consequence. They cannot un-fire themselves. Bullets barrel straight ahead to hurt or kill whomever is in their path. They don't stop even if a child gets in the way. Bullets don't make decisions. To put it short, they are mindless projectiles hurling through the air at, at around 700 miles per hour or more. 

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    Bullets don't have a conscience. They don't have remorse. They see no consequence. They cannot un-fire themselves. Bullets barrel straight ahead to hurt or kill whomever is in their path. They don't stop even if a child gets in the way. Bullets don't make decisions. To put it short, they are mindless projectiles hurling through the air at, at around 700 miles per hour or more. 

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