Residents weigh in on DOT’s plans to upgrade bridge connecting Pearlington and Louisiana

The Mississippi Department of Transportation and the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development are now making plans to replace five bridges.

Billionaire conservative donor David Koch dies at 79

Billionaire and conservative activist David Koch has died at the age of 79. The Koch brothers founded the anti-tax, small government group Americans for Prosperity.
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Serial killer who preyed on gay men executed in Florida

Gary Ray Bowles, a serial killer who preyed on older gay men during an eight-month spree that left six dead, was executed by lethal injection Thursday at Florida State Prison.


  Gulf oil leases take a 35 percent dip

  Lawmakers hear from Gulf Coast, Delta leaders on flooding impact

  ‘Irate’ father arrested after barging onto school bus and screaming profanities at students

  Tiny house build teaches Ocean Springs students real-world skills

  New effort to fight homelessness in Gulfport welcomed by those in need

Gulfport will be testing a new program to fight homelessness with help from the police department by connecting them with social services.
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  Global worry over Amazon rainforest fires escalates; Bolsonaro defiant

The threat to what some call "the lungs of the planet" has ignited a bitter dispute about who is to blame during the tenure of a leader who has described Brazil's rainforest protections as an obstacle to economic development.

  A heartwarming homecoming for one Saucier girl

Attorneys ask for psych evaluation for Ole Miss murder suspect Brandon Theesfeld as Ally Kostial’s friends and family fill the courtroom

Mississippi AG joins 50 attorneys general and 12 companies in fight against illegal robocalls

Police searching for Gulfport drive-by shooting suspect

Moss Point board to hire attorney in dispute with mayor

  Two Coast teachers recognized as state finalists for prestigious award

  Harrison Co. officials talk Coliseum improvements, mental health and more at State of the County

Chinese national indicted in South Mississippi case named drug kingpin by U.S. government

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Light rail train derailment injures dozens in California

Sacramento Fire Capt. Keith Wade tells news outlets that 27 people were injured, including 13 people who were transported to trauma hospitals. He said the remaining patients were treated at the scene and released.


Back to the basics for USM defense

  Greyhound Stadium renovations ready for Friday Night Lights

With the opening of the 2019 high school football season only four days away, the finishing touches are being put in place at Ocean Springs’ Greyhound Stadium.


  Susan G. Komen Foundation gearing up for annual Race for the Cure

’Batman and Robyn': Efforts to bring Waffle House to Oxford moving in the right direction

  Reeves and Waller debate less than a week ahead of runoff election

Gautier fitness trail slated for completion by the end of October

Sewer project on Bemis Avenue in Gautier halfway complete and under budget

Halfway complete and under budget: That’s how city leaders in Gautier describe the Bemis Avenue sewer improvement project. They said weather pending, it should be complete by the end of 2019.
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Putin orders ‘symmetric’ measures after US missile test

President Vladimir Putin has ordered the Russian military to find a quid pro quo response after the test of a new U.S. missile banned under a now-defunct arms treaty.

Waller refutes ‘liberal’ advertising claims, looks ahead to November

  MGCCC Perkinston campus expanding dorms, other facilities

Mississippi River Commission makes stop in River City to hear flooding concerns

Superdome Commission honors memory of Nancy Parker, Kathleen Blanco