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    • Crashes cause southbound lanes of I-110 bridge to close

      Crashes cause southbound lanes of I-110 bridge to close

      Saturday, July 22 2017 7:33 AM EDT2017-07-22 11:33:03 GMT
      (Photo: file)(Photo: file)

      Multiple accidents on the I-110 bridge in Biloxi are causing major traffic delays.  Biloxi Police say both southbound lanes of the bridge are closed to traffic while authorities work to clean up after two separate crashes. 

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      Multiple accidents on the I-110 bridge in Biloxi are causing major traffic delays.  Biloxi Police say both southbound lanes of the bridge are closed to traffic while authorities work to clean up after two separate crashes. 

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    • Stone County's unique bicentennial project

      Stone County's unique bicentennial project

      Friday, July 21 2017 6:51 PM EDT2017-07-21 22:51:23 GMT
      The project celebrates the county's 100th birthday and Mississippi's bicentennial. (Photo source: WLOX)The project celebrates the county's 100th birthday and Mississippi's bicentennial. (Photo source: WLOX)

      Mississippi is celebrating its 200th birthday this year. The bicentennial is being recognized in a variety of ways.

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      Mississippi is celebrating its 200th birthday this year. The bicentennial is being recognized in a variety of ways.

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    • OWA amusement park opens to public

      OWA amusement park opens to public

      Friday, July 21 2017 6:42 PM EDT2017-07-21 22:42:19 GMT

      The amusement park called OWA opened to the public in Foley, AL on Friday morning. It's a $250 million development by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians on a 500-acre site.

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      The amusement park called OWA opened to the public in Foley, AL on Friday morning. It's a $250 million development by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians on a 500-acre site.

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