A fat cat with a bad attitude attacked a baby and forced a Portland family to hide in a bedroom before calling 911.
A fat cat with a bad attitude attacked a baby and forced a Portland family to hide in a bedroom before calling 911.More >> Madison County Sheriff Randy Tucker As far as Myra's mom Ericka, she was arrested on a probation violation. Last year she was convicted of welfare fraud. Sheriff says her arrest has nothing to doMore >> Today's press conference will be presented by Special Agent in Charge Dan McMullen and Madison Co. Sheriff Randy Tucker at 3 PM at the Madison Co. Sheriff's Office.
More than 100 jobs at Keesler Air Force Base are now on the chopping block, as part of the cuts in defense spending for the 2015 fiscal year.More >> More than 100 jobs at Keesler Air Force Base are now on the chopping block, as part of the cuts in defense spending for the 2015 fiscal year. This latest proposal is just another hit to the base that will soon lose nearly 200 employees.More >> A deadly fight that led to the death of a student in Moss Point last week has shed some light on the problem of bullying and violence in schools. Some schools and after-school care programs have beenMore >> A deadly fight that led to the death of a student in Moss Point last week has shed some light on the problem of bullying and violence in schools.More >> At 5'3.5" and tipping the scales at 130 pounds, you wouldn't believe that 29-year-old Richard Hawthorne of St. Martin is a world-class powerlifter.More >> At 5'3.5" and tipping the scales at 130 pounds, you wouldn't believe that 29-year-old Richard Hawthorne of St. Martin is a world-class powerlifter. After competing in a world powerlifting meet in August, Hawthorne won the title of "strongest man in the world."More >> A large group of fishermen, environmentalists and concerned citizens gathered beside a shrimp boat dock in Biloxi on Wednesday to remember the victims of the BP oil rig explosion, and lament the ongoing impact of that disaster which happened one year ago.More >> One year after the BP oil spill in the Gulf, tourism related businesses on the Mississippi Gulf Coast are still struggling to recover their losses. Most business owners are cautiously optimistic that things will be better this year, but they know nothing is certain.More >> Louis Skrmetta is hoping for a busy summer season for Ship Island Excursions. Opening day, the family ferry business took more than 500 visitors to the island. That's good news, since last year his business was down by about 60 percent because of the oil spill.More >> The director of the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality says she's pleased with the response and clean-up of the oil on this week's one year anniversary of the BP oil spill. Trudy Fisher says the biggest challenge still remaining is perception.More >> Just one day before the one year anniversary of the Gulf oil spill, NOAA announced that the last area of federal waters has reopened to fishing. The last 1,041 square miles of Gulf waters immediately surrounding the Deepwater Horizon wellhead is now open to commercial and recreational fishing.More >> Clean-up crews contracted by BP are making progress clearing the tar balls and waste oil from Cat Island. The oil giant recently purchased a portion of the island from private owners.More >> Many individuals and businesses along the Mississippi Gulf Coast continue to wait for final payments for costs and damages as a result of the BP oil spill. AJ Giardina spoke with a few individuals who say the Gulf Coast Claims Facility is using delay tactics in sending out checks.More >> Removing all the oil from Mississippi's barrier islands is a bit like chasing a moving target. As soon as one section of beach is cleaned, the dynamics of wind and waves take over, shifting sand to reveal new sections of tar balls and oil patties.More >> Use the numbers below to contact the Deepwater Horizon Incident Joint Information Center on matters regarding the oil slick in Gulf of Mexico: Report oiled shoreline or request volunteer information:More >>