You just wrecked your car. You made it through with just a few scratches, but your car... not so much. It's being sent to the scrap yard instead. Cleaning it out may be the last thing on your mind; but Social Security numbers, bank statements and your personal information left behind could make you a target for identity theft. Don't become their next victim. WLOX reporter Victor Williams will show you how to keep you and your family safe. Thursday at 10pm on WLOX, News Now.
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Authorities in Harrison County are investigating how a Biloxi woman died. According to D'Iberville Police Chief Wayne Payne, a driver reported running over a person who was lying in the middle of the road around 4:21 a.m. Sunday.More >>
A cold front will bring a chance for showers and a few thunderstorms to south Mississippi on Monday. Possibly stormy weather by the weekend.More >>
The City of Hattiesburg held a sunrise prayer service and moment of silence Sunday morning to commemorate the anniversary of the EF-3 tornado that tore through the Pine Belt on January 21, 2017.More >>
For more than 50 campers in Gulf Islands National Seashore, the morning began a blunt message that they were being forced from their campsites.More >>
Historically black sororities are often known for stepping and sisterhood, but there's much more to the organization than that.More >>
Attorneys for a condemned killer whose execution was stopped after 25 minutes of unsuccessful needle sticks are once again recommending the firing squad as an alternative.More >>
It’s a puzzling story and it appears the only evidence of what happened came from the missing Ohio woman's husband.More >>
Visiting the Statue of Liberty deemed a non-essential service during government shutdown that splits the must-have and the can-waits.More >>