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    • WATCH: Gulf Coast Good News - Episode 6

      WATCH: Gulf Coast Good News - Episode 6

      Friday, April 20 2018 2:29 PM EDT2018-04-20 18:29:40 GMT

      In this week's Good News, we tell you about a group raising money to help premature babies in South Mississippi, and you'll meet a rapper who's using the power of music to stop bullying in coast schools. Plus, crawfish, crawfish, crawfish!

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      In this week's Good News, we tell you about a group raising money to help premature babies in South Mississippi, and you'll meet a rapper who's using the power of music to stop bullying in coast schools. Plus, crawfish, crawfish, crawfish!

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    • Renew Our Rivers cleanup weekend starts on Deer Island

      Renew Our Rivers cleanup weekend starts on Deer Island

      Friday, April 20 2018 12:22 PM EDT2018-04-20 16:22:35 GMT
      If you visit Deer Island this weekend you'll see a much cleaner landscape thanks to employees from Mississippi Power.  (Photo source: WLOX)If you visit Deer Island this weekend you'll see a much cleaner landscape thanks to employees from Mississippi Power.  (Photo source: WLOX)

      If you visit Deer Island this weekend you'll see a much cleaner landscape thanks to employees from Mississippi Power. 

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      If you visit Deer Island this weekend you'll see a much cleaner landscape thanks to employees from Mississippi Power. 

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    • The April night and morning sky

      The April night and morning sky

      Friday, April 20 2018 11:47 AM EDT2018-04-20 15:47:53 GMT

      You can see Venus and Jupiter in the night sky. Then in the morning, before sunrise, you can spot Saturn, Jupiter and Mars. Then, on April 22, the Lyrid Meteor Shower peaks with 20 bright meteors per hour visible to the eye.

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      You can see Venus and Jupiter in the night sky. Then in the morning, before sunrise, you can spot Saturn, Jupiter and Mars. Then, on April 22, the Lyrid Meteor Shower peaks with 20 bright meteors per hour visible to the eye.

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