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  • Carrie's Midday weather

    Temperatures will quickly heat up across the area reaching the lower 90s by midday. Friday's heat index should top out around 107 degrees. The difference today is that there could actually be a few more pop-up thunderstorms this afternoon. Be advised that because it's so hot, any storms that form could quickly become strong and put out some heavy downpours, frequent lightning, gusty wind, and even small hail from time to time. 

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    Temperatures will quickly heat up across the area reaching the lower 90s by midday. Friday's heat index should top out around 107 degrees. The difference today is that there could actually be a few more pop-up thunderstorms this afternoon. Be advised that because it's so hot, any storms that form could quickly become strong and put out some heavy downpours, frequent lightning, gusty wind, and even small hail from time to time. 

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  • Wesley's Friday First Alert Forecast

    Wesley's Friday First Alert Forecast

    Hot with storms today. But, the sun will go dark in the middle of the afternoon one month from today. Click and watch the forecast video for details.

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    Hot with storms today. But, the sun will go dark in the middle of the afternoon one month from today. Click and watch the forecast video for details.

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  • Wesley's Friday Morning First Alert Forecast

    Wesley's Friday Morning First Alert Forecast

    Lots of lightning seen this morning. Will it be a stormy Friday? Click and watch the forecast video for details.

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    Lots of lightning seen this morning. Will it be a stormy Friday? Click and watch the forecast video for details.

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  • WLOX Editorial: It looks like this was a bad deal

    WLOX Editorial: It looks like this was a bad deal

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 5:32 PM EDT2017-07-19 21:32:10 GMT

    The state of Mississippi loaned GreenTech Automotive, an electric auto company, 4.9 million tax dollars. The reason? Seed money to create 350 new jobs.    

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    The state of Mississippi loaned GreenTech Automotive, an electric auto company, 4.9 million tax dollars. The reason? Seed money to create 350 new jobs.    

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  • WLOX Editorial: Cruisin' investment worth the return

    WLOX Editorial: Cruisin' investment worth the return

    Wednesday, July 12 2017 2:04 PM EDT2017-07-12 18:04:28 GMT

    "Our little car show has grown up a good bit," that's what Cruisin' the Coast Executive Director Woody Bailey recently told Harrison County Supervisors. He's right. Twenty-one years into it and this fall event draws huge crowds to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to celebrate our continuing love affair with antique and classic cars.  

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    "Our little car show has grown up a good bit," that's what Cruisin' the Coast Executive Director Woody Bailey recently told Harrison County Supervisors. He's right. Twenty-one years into it and this fall event draws huge crowds to the Mississippi Gulf Coast to celebrate our continuing love affair with antique and classic cars.  

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  • WLOX Editorial: Red tape won out over animal's life

    WLOX Editorial: Red tape won out over animal's life

    Wednesday, July 12 2017 1:49 PM EDT2017-07-12 17:49:30 GMT

    Twenty-five years ago, the Marine Mammal Protection act was amended to formally name NOAA's National Marine Fisheries service the lead agency in dealing with stranded marine mammals including dolphins. The agency has a lot of programs that promote the safety of all marine mammals which are protected species. But recent action, or lack of action by the federal agency led to the death of a dolphin. 

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    Twenty-five years ago, the Marine Mammal Protection act was amended to formally name NOAA's National Marine Fisheries service the lead agency in dealing with stranded marine mammals including dolphins. The agency has a lot of programs that promote the safety of all marine mammals which are protected species. But recent action, or lack of action by the federal agency led to the death of a dolphin. 

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