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    • Flooding reported in Jackson County

      Flooding reported in Jackson County

      Wednesday, April 18 2018 10:33 PM EDT2018-04-19 02:33:59 GMT
      A viewer says water is starting to creep up the parking lot of the RV Park his camper is parked in on Dumas Road in Escatawpa. (Photo source: Jamison Goff)A viewer says water is starting to creep up the parking lot of the RV Park his camper is parked in on Dumas Road in Escatawpa. (Photo source: Jamison Goff)

      Reports of flooding are being made in Jackson County. A viewer says water is starting to creep up the parking lot of the RV Park his camper is parked in on Dumas Road in Escatawpa.

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      Reports of flooding are being made in Jackson County. A viewer says water is starting to creep up the parking lot of the RV Park his camper is parked in on Dumas Road in Escatawpa.

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    • Ocean Springs school goes through active shooter seminar

      Ocean Springs school goes through active shooter seminar

      Wednesday, April 18 2018 10:30 PM EDT2018-04-19 02:30:38 GMT
      Local school districts like Ocean Springs are taking a proactive approach to preparing for any possible incidents. (Photo Source: WLOX)Local school districts like Ocean Springs are taking a proactive approach to preparing for any possible incidents. (Photo Source: WLOX)

      Teachers and staff members at Magnolia Park Elementary School In Ocean Springs are learning how to deal with potential threats during school hours. 

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      Teachers and staff members at Magnolia Park Elementary School In Ocean Springs are learning how to deal with potential threats during school hours. 

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    • EPA's Scott Pruitt signs $107.6M memorandum to clean MPC Superfund Site

      EPA's Scott Pruitt signs $107.6M memorandum to clean MPC Superfund Site

      Wednesday, April 18 2018 10:25 PM EDT2018-04-19 02:25:32 GMT
      The cleanup plan in the $107.6 million action memorandum will remove more than 500 million gallons of contaminated water from the MPC Site. (Photo Source: EPA)The cleanup plan in the $107.6 million action memorandum will remove more than 500 million gallons of contaminated water from the MPC Site. (Photo Source: EPA)

      In just over a year of taking action on the site to manage emergency wastewater treatment operations, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt and the agency signed a $107.6 million Action Memorandum to begin cleanup in July 2018. 

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      In just over a year of taking action on the site to manage emergency wastewater treatment operations, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt and the agency signed a $107.6 million Action Memorandum to begin cleanup in July 2018. 

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