By Lylla Younes, Ava Kofman, Al Shaw, Lisa Song and Maya Miller
InvestigateTV partnered with ProPublica to look at hotspots where toxic chemicals may significantly raise the risk of cancer. The ProPublica map portrays EPA data in a way never before visualized in this way.
A months-long 3 On Your Side investigation finds more than $17 million in loans from the federal Paycheck Protection Program flowed to organizations and businesses associated with more than 60 state legislators over the last eighteen months, a handful of which also provided false information to the U.S. government when applying for the money.
We showed you the problems Mississippi state parks are having. We also showed you how a neighboring state, Arkansas, fixed their state park issues and now are thriving; even attracting Mississippi campers.
Amy Delcambre's husband, Air Force Reserve Tech Sgt. Sean Delcambre died in August 2019 from cancer, a cancer she believes was caused by exposure to hexavalent chromium during the time he worked at Keesler’s 403rd Maintenance Wing.
The number of children being housed at the Harrison County Youth Shelter has greatly declined since 2018. Here's a look at what’s causing that drop and how the shelter will continue to be used to help families.
Mississippi Coast leaders have supported the concept of a revived Amtrak line since it was first proposed in 2015. Everybody liked the idea of giving New Orleans tourists an easy route to visit Coast cities, but there has been a conflict between freight and passenger rail operators over the project.
Harrison County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Kristi Johnson is scouring files on every death in Harrison County from 1976 to 1981 to identify the last victim, who confessed serial killer Samuel Little claimed to have murdered in Gulfport.
This three-part investigative series by WLOX focuses on maintenance workers at Keesler Air Force Base who say they have become seriously ill after exposure to hazardous materials due to poor safety practices.
With each hospital closure, ensuring high quality health care for Mississippi’s most rural residents becomes that much harder, forcing small counties with dwindling tax bases into paying for ambulance service that may not provide the fastest response.
The bright green vans plastered with colorful images of marijuana and iconic cartoon characters, like Shaggy and Scooby-Doo with blood shot eyes, and signage boasting, “Over a Million Stoned,” may seem out of place in a state where recreational marijuana is illegal.
Landfills across the country are a necessity. However, residents living near the Talley Disposal Landfill are concerned on what is being dumped at that location. After hearing complaints from Vancleave residents WLOX began an investigation.
Some residents at a St. Martin apartment complex have safety concerns about support columns on balconies that are crumbling. Two people who live at the Lexington Park Apartments called Action Reporter A.J. Giardina.