It's WLOX News Director Brad Kessie. There is apparently more off field trouble for the New Orleans Saints. Click here and go to WLOX.com. You'll read about the latest investigation involving GM Mickey Loomis, and allegations he bugged the visitors' locker room in the Superdome. ESPN is reporting Loomis eavesdropped from his Superdome suite for three seasons.
Is it time for Amtrak's Sunset Limited to make a stop in south Mississippi again? The mayor of Biloxi says yes. He's asking the city council to help bring the passenger train back to Biloxi. We have details about the Sunset Limited's future on our CBS channel, WLOX News at 6:30.
Your child's health is the topic of tonight's Healthwatch report. Due to new requirements for kids entering the seventh grade, the state department of health has expanded its free vaccine week to include children through 18 years old.
Karen Abernathy found out it's more important now than ever before to make sure your children are vaccinated, because the rate of children getting vaccines in Mississippi is dropping. You'll see her report on WLOX News at 6:00.
And on our WLOX Facebook page today, we're getting a variety of comments about a report detailing VA healthcare. According to that report, federal investigators have found that nearly half of the veterans who seek mental health care for the first time waited about 50 days before receiving a full evaluation, a much longer lag-time than cited by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A Gulfport police officer is on the way to the hospital with serious injuries Monday night after an accident at Three Rivers Road and Creosote Road.More >>
Full-time Waveland city workers, primarily police officers, who take-home vehicles outside of the city limits could see a change to the city's policy soon. City leaders said the current policy is antiquated and needs to be rewritten into something that would benefit both the officers and the taxpayers.More >>
Erin Hamilton's body was run over by a car, but the driver told police she was already lying in the street. Police say the circumstances surrounding her death are suspicious.More >>
Road project money spent on ballpark maintenance. Supervisors meeting behind closed doors in violation of state law. Travel expenses under scrutiny. Mississippi’s performance evaluation committee says Harrison County supervisors need to modify how they operate.More >>
Monday's Congressional deal to end the government shutdown comes with a silver lining for millions of children. The deal also includes a six-year reauthorization of the Children's Health Insurance Plan known as CHIP.More >>
The family of a 20-year-old woman and mother is coping with her loss after she was found shot to death at a Myrtle Beach motel overnight.More >>
The Richland County Sheriff's Department is investigating after video of an assault case at a comedy club on Decker Boulevard spread via social media over the weekend.More >>