News This Week

  Setting a recycling record in Harrison County

The Harrison County Utility Authority says households reached an all-time high of 43-percent participation in the county's recycling program in November.

  Bringing more economic development to Mississippi

Luring more economic development to Mississippi. Here to talk about that is Jamie Miller with the Mississippi Development Authority.

  PSC Chairman Maxwell goes to Washington

PSC Chairman Dane Maxwell has secured meetings with the White House and FCC in Washington next week to voice support of the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund.

  Saints look ahead to next season

The Saints season is over and there's lots of speculation on what changes are on the horizon for New Orleans.

  Medical Marijuana initiative will be on the November ballot

Here to talk about Initiative 65 are Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson and Dr. Philip Levin a local emergency room doctor.

  2020 session looks at Mississippi prison reform

The 2020 Mississippi Legislative Session is now underway, and one of the hot topics is the situation in our state prisons.

  Biloxi taking legal action on the spillway opening impact

The Bonnet Carre Spillway openings are already making news in 2020. Biloxi's Mayor weights in on the lawsuits, and other issues facing the city in 2020.

  Harrison County Supervisors focus on 2020

Harrison County's newly elected supervisors are about to be sworn in. We talk with Supervisor Marlin Ladner about the big issues they'll tackle in 2020.

  2020 Legislative preview with Senator-Elect Scott Delano

The state capital is about to be very busy again as the gavel falls on the new legislative session. State Senator-Elect Scott Delano joins us to look ahead.

  2019 happenings at the Port of Gulfport

Joining us to talk about a very busy year at the Port of Gulfport, CEO and Executive Director Jonathan Daniels.

  Rebranding Coastal Mississippi - The Secret Coast

The re-brand of South Mississippi's tourism industry was a big challenge that happened this year. Coastal Mississippi CEO Milton Segarra looks back at 2019.

  How the Mississippi Gulf was impacted by the spillway openings

Mississippi Department of Marine Resources Executive Director Joe Spraggins joins us to look back on the impact of the Bonnet Carre Spillway openings in 2019.

  The past, present, and future of Hancock County

Outgoing Hancock County Supervisor Blaine LaFontaine reflects on how the coast's western-most county has evolved during his time in public service.

  Mississippi Lottery successful in the first month of operation

We sat down with Mississippi Lottery Corporation President Tom Shaheen to talk about the lottery's first month in operation, and what's ahead.

  Looking back at the Trump impeachment vote

A historic vote happened this week with the House impeachment of President Donald Trump. Here with his insight is Impact Election Group's Howie Morgan.

  The Saints are headed to the playoffs

The New Orleans Saints are battling for playoff positioning, trying to secure home field advantage. Here to talk about it is WLOX sports anchor Josh Berrian.

  Why Mississippi educators have reason to celebrate in 2019

Here to talk about how Mississippi schools can keep climbing the achievement ladder, Superintendent of the Gulfport School District Glen East.

  Bay St. Louis considers food & beverage tax

Bay St. Louis voters are considering an additional 2% tax on food and drinks. Mayor Mike Favre tells us how the money generated would be spent.

  Analyzing the House Impeachment Inquiry

Impact Election Group's Howie Morgan shares his insight on the House Impeachment Inquiry and the order to draft articles of impeachment against President Trump.

  Look ahead to the 2020 Mississippi Legislative Session

Joining us to look ahead to the 2020 Mississippi Legislative Session is State Senator Brice Wiggins and State Senator-Elect Jeremy England.

  A conversation with Public Service Commissioner-Elect Dane Maxwell

Dane Maxwell stops by the WLOX Studios to talk as he begins the transition from Mayor of Pascagoula to Public Service Commissioner.

  Protecting the Mississippi Sound from pollution, fresh water intrusion

Mississippi Sound Coalition Manager Gerald Blessey tells us how a new coalition of community leaders are focused on protecting our natural resources.

  Using the BP Settlement to better the Mississippi Gulf Coast

Ashley Edwards with the Gulf Coast Business Council talks about how a new consulting firm is helping them maximize the possibilities for the BP money.

  Mississippi Aquarium construction update

Here with an update on the construction timeline is Mississippi Aquarium Senior VP Kurt Allen.

  Historical insight on the impeachment hearings in DC

America is following the public impeachment hearings against President Trump, and reaction is pretty much falling along partisan lines.

  Biloxi's Point Cadet Marina expansion plan gets $3M

The Biloxi mayor's proposed expansion and upgrade of Point Cadet Marina just landed $3 million in funding. Mayor FoFo Gilich joins us to talk about the plans.

  Post-Election Analysis: GOP candidates win big in Mississippi

Joining us for some post-election analysis is Election Impact Group's Howie Morgan.

  Sec. of State-Elect Michael Watson reflects on election win

Michael Watson made history in Mississippi's General Election, becoming the first statewide candidate from South Mississippi to win in almost 20 years.

  Spending the BP Oil Spill Settlement

Mississippi Development Authority Executive Director Glenn McCullough joins us to talk about the BP Oil Spill Settlement money and how it will be spent.

  State Senate District 50 candidate Scott Delano

There's a special election Nov. 5 in five split precincts for State Senate District 50. Candidate Scott Delano joins us today.