The 4 O'Clock Show

  Happening April 18th: St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway

Sunday, one lucky ticket holder will win the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway. Here with details is Aysha Jones from St. Jude.

  April brings awareness about sexual assault, child abuse

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Awareness Month. Here to shine a light on both of these important topics is Stephanie Piper.

  COVID-19 Impact Study seeking participants

USM and Tougaloo College are seeking people to participate in a COVID-19 Impact Study. USM Assistant Professor Dr. Traci Hayes has details on what's involved.

  Harrison Co. Fire Chief Pat Sullivan recalls water rescue

Harrison County Fire Chief Pat Sullivan joins us to talk about the rising rivers and the water rescues they've been having to do.

  Southern Strike 2021 military training set to begin in Gulfport

Over the next two weeks, the Combat Readiness Training Center in Gulfport will be the scene of a large scale military exercise called Southern Strike.

  Thursday's COVID-19 conversation with SRHS's lead clinical pharmacist Chris Ayers

Joining us with an update is the man in charge of the Singing River Health System's vaccines, lead clinical pharmacist Chris Ayers.

  Waveland outlines plans for downtown, Hwy 90 development

City leaders have big plans for downtown Waveland and the Highway 90 corridor. Joining us with more is Waveland Mayor Mike Smith.

  Wednesday's COVID-19 conversation with Dr. Nicholas Conger

Joining us to talk about the most recent news on vaccinations is Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Nicholas Conger from Memorial Hospital.

  Commissioner Sean Tindell details changes coming to the Dept. of Public Safety

The Mississippi Department of Public Safety is getting a major boost in authority and spending power. DPS Commissioner Sean Tindell has details.

  Tuesday's COVID-19 conversation with Dr. Randy Roth

Singing River Health System's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Randy Roth is here with his insight on the latest news about the J&J vaccine.

  How MGCCC helps students and their families put food on the table

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College campuses all have food pantries that help students and their families through tough times.

  Biloxi infrastructure update with Public Affairs Manager Vincent Creel

Biloxi's $335 million infrastructure work is now entering a new phase. Here to update us is Biloxi Public Affairs Manager Vincent Creel.

  Air travel on the rise as COVID cases decline

In March, 38% more people were getting on planes at our local airport than the same time a year ago.

  Mississippi Medical Marijuana Association Executive Director Ken Newburger

The rules and regulations for medical marijuana in our state are supposed to be in place by the middle of August.

  How "Extend a Hand, Help A Friend" is helping coast communities

The organization "Extend a Hand, Help A Friend" is wrapping up its spring break feedings, and refocusing on new ways to help. CEO Jeffery Hulum has details.

  "Schools Against Vaping" making a stop in South Mississippi

Schools across the nation are seeing rising concerns over students and vaping. One group fighting that unhealthy trend is Schools against Vaping.

  BBB warns about stimulus check scams

  Vaccination rate still low among Mississippians

  Disney on Ice returns to the Gulf Coast

  Biloxi preparing for spring break traffic this weekend

  Nature Conservancy checking in on oyster harvest progress

  PSC Commissioner Dane Maxwell on the push for high-speed internet in rural Mississippi

The push to get high-speed internet service to parts of South Mississippi is getting a huge boost.

  Tuesday's COVID-19 conversation with lead clinical pharmacist Chris Ayers

Joining us now is the man in charge of the Singing River Health System's vaccines, lead clinical pharmacist Chris Ayers.

  Happening May 14-15th: The Jolly Golf Tournament is back!

"The Jolly" golf tournament is set to return to South Mississippi, and this fundraiser means great things for non-profits here on the coast.

  Monday's COVID-19 conversation with Dr. Jesse Penico

Here to talk about ongoing efforts to fight COVID-19 is Dr. Jesse Penico, an Infectious Disease Specialist with Memorial Hospital.

  Coastal Mississippi CEO Milton Segarra on new CDC travel guidelines

With the CDC now saying residents who are fully vaccinated from COVID are clear to travel, coast businesses are setting their sights on better days ahead.