Former Moss Point Alderman Al Bodden was supposed to be sentenced Tuesday. Instead, his hearing was pushed back to March 15th.
In December, Bodden walked out of court after pleading guilty to one count of bank fraud. He admitted that he used somebody else's identity to borrow money from a Jackson County bank.
On the 21st of August this year, the sun will go dark in the middle of the afternoon. This solar eclipse will be visible, weather cooperating, all across the United States of America.More >>
Employees who worked for Liberty Tax Services in Gulfport and Biloxi say they are owed money and bonuses. After waiting for months and getting no response from the franchise owners, they contacted WLOX Action Reporter A.J. Giardina.More >>
Mississippi is celebrating its 200th birthday this year. The bicentennial is being recognized in a variety of ways.More >>
The amusement park called OWA opened to the public in Foley, AL on Friday morning. It's a $250 million development by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians on a 500-acre site.More >>
A relative of a victim injured in the mass shooting in Colerain Township is searching for answers and justice in the case.More >>
As the world, the United States, and South Carolina prepared for arguably the coolest celestial event in decades, our old friends at NASA want you to know that pairs of unsafe solar eclipse glasses are being distributed.More >>
The suspect, identified as Kristen Anderson, "rubbed her blood onto the face, legs, and hair of [one of the girls]," according to court paperwork.More >>