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    • Flash flood threat through Tuesday

      Flash flood threat through Tuesday

      Monday, July 24 2017 12:35 PM EDT2017-07-24 16:35:44 GMT
      Street flooding occurred on Monday morning for parts of Hwy 90 in Biloxi.Street flooding occurred on Monday morning for parts of Hwy 90 in Biloxi.

      Heavy rain across South Mississippi has kicked off the new week, leading to a significant flooding threat. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for South Mississippi until Tuesday evening.

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      Heavy rain across South Mississippi has kicked off the new week, leading to a significant flooding threat. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for South Mississippi until Tuesday evening.

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    • Stone County soaked, but flood waters recede quickly

      Stone County soaked, but flood waters recede quickly

      Monday, July 24 2017 12:00 PM EDT2017-07-24 16:00:10 GMT
      Rains have made roads across South Mississippi very slick (Photo Source: MDOT)Rains have made roads across South Mississippi very slick (Photo Source: MDOT)

      Stone County Emergency Management Director Raven James says he hasn’t seen this much rain a long time, but as quickly as the rain fell, it’s receding. Reports indicate as much as seven inches of rain fell on Wiggins and its surrounding communities. James said throughout the morning downpour, ditches filled up, spilling water on to several roads.

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      Stone County Emergency Management Director Raven James says he hasn’t seen this much rain a long time, but as quickly as the rain fell, it’s receding. Reports indicate as much as seven inches of rain fell on Wiggins and its surrounding communities. James said throughout the morning downpour, ditches filled up, spilling water on to several roads.

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    • Educators learn life-saving techniques to protect your children

      Educators learn life-saving techniques to protect your children

      Monday, July 24 2017 11:28 AM EDT2017-07-24 15:28:00 GMT
      Harrison County school administrators go to class today to learn life-saving techniques that can protect their students (Photo Source: WLOX News Now)Harrison County school administrators go to class today to learn life-saving techniques that can protect their students (Photo Source: WLOX News Now)

      Harrison County school administrators, principals, and assistant principals are spending the day learning about potentially life-saving safety techniques that can be used in schools. The training is being offered by the Mississippi Department of Homeland Security and the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy.

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      Harrison County school administrators, principals, and assistant principals are spending the day learning about potentially life-saving safety techniques that can be used in schools. The training is being offered by the Mississippi Department of Homeland Security and the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy.

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