A dispute over a fishy smell in a Gulf Coast community may soon come to an end. Mary Caillier of Lakeshore has complained about the smell of a neighboring seafood business for years. Tim Nguyen, whose family owns Carmel's Seafood plant, says a new disposal process is clearing up the odor.
He says the process involves cleansing discarded crab and oyster shells in a chlorine solution before they're placed in a garbage bin. He began the process in the past two weeks, and so far the results have been positive.
He says people have accused his family of neglecting the odor, but they actually spend 20-thousand dollars a year trying to control it.
Mike Massey says he's been on a mission since he had a spiritual experience. He's using pool and the bible to spread the word through his Gospel Trick Shot Ministry.More >>
The Biloxi Shuckers were coasting under the win column until Pensacola exploded for three runs in the bottom of the ninth to close the gap. Luckily, Biloxi would close the door on the Blue Wahoos rally.More >>
In less than two weeks most schools across the Coast will be back in session and the roads will be filled with school buses. Leading up to the first day of school Harrison County offers training for new bus drivers with the focus on a top priority.More >>
Getting back in the classroom isn't cheap. Parents spend hundreds of dollars to thousands for school supplies, and clothing. But one South Mississippi company is hoping to help with some of the financial burden of back to school season.More >>
A homeless man is now facing a charge of second degree murder for an attack that happened earlier this month in Gulfport. The upgraded charge against 31-year-old James Christopher Woodard comes after the victim died from his injuries.More >>
Documents show that Southaven officers went to the wrong house to serve a warrant on Monday, which resulted in the shooting death of a man who did not have any active warrants out for his arrest.More >>