Memorial’s CEO receives Dr. Felix Dunn Community Leader Award from Gulfport NAACP

The Gulfport NAACP presented Memorial Hospital CEO Kent Nicaud the Dr. Felix Dunn Community Leader Award for his commitment to a diverse employee population.

  Gulf Coast volunteers deliver water to Jackson

  Gautier Rotary Club hosts 'Battle of the Badges' blood drive

  In effort of prevention, Scarlet Pearl employees learn about domestic violence

Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort has partnered with the Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence to provide training for employees to spot domestic violence and abuse.

  DPS brings Mardi Gras to Children's of Mississippi Hospital

The Department of Public Safety brought the excitement of a Gulf Coast Mardi Gras parade to the state's only children's hospital this week.

  Looking back at the struggle for equal access to beaches

A nationwide panel is taking a look back at the experiences of Black Americans in the struggle for equal access to beaches.

  Residents volunteer time to clean up Moss Point

  Gulf Coast Running Club hosts Arbor Day 5k Run

  Biloxi moves forward with next boardwalk project

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  LIVE REPORT: Community helping keep cold weather shelters open

A cold weather shelter has been open for the last eight days at the D'Iberville Civic Center, and it wouldn't be possible without community support.

  Salvation Army in need of volunteers for cold weather shelter

  Mardi Gras Museum serves up Carnival history for Coast visitors

This Fat Tuesday, some did what they could to get in the Mardi Gras spirit without the marching bands, floats and beads.

  Cold weather shelters open, but space limited to help the homeless

Homeless people in South Mississippi have struggled to find shelter from the cold in the last few days.

  Junior Auxiliary of Gulfport spreads kindness on Gulf Coast

  ‘Instead of getting, I want to give people stuff’: 12-year-old boy’s birthday wish was to give

Instead of receiving gifts for his birthday, 12-year-old Jaylen Finley gave out at least 30 breakfast presents to those in need Friday.

  LIVE REPORT: Moss Point curfew for minors extended

  GCCA float den quiet due to parade-less 2021 Mardi Gras season

It’s usually a bee-hive of activity, but this year the Gulf Coast Carnival Association’s float den is quiet thanks to COVID-19.

  Coastal Mardi Gras Museum's Yardi Gras contest

Parades may be canceled in South Mississippi, but carnival fun is still happening at the Coastal Mardi Gras Museum in Biloxi.

  Boutte procession both emotional and educational in Bay St. Louis

Tuesday’s procession for Lt. Michael Boutte was an experience that will be remembered for a long time for those who knew him and those who didn’t get the honor.

  With limited indoor capacity, tributes take place outside Lt. Michael Boutte’s funeral

A crowd of family, friends and loved ones packed the Bay St. Louis Community Hall for the visitation and funeral of Lt. Michael Boutte.

  Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves mourns the death of Lt. Michael Boutte

Governor Tate Reeves was among the state leaders in Bay St. Louis Tuesday to pay tribute to fallen Hancock County Deputy Lt. Michael Boutte.

  Special Agent Benjamin Taylor honors Lt. Mike Boutte

Special Agent Benjamin Taylor said Lt. Boutte "moved with a purpose." He knew the what and the why of his life that helped him focus on a life of service.

  WATCH: Last Call honoring #53 Lt. Michael Boutte

Hear the traditional Last Call as the law enforcement community pays tribute to #53 Lt. Michael Boutte, who was killed in the line of duty Feb. 1st.

  FULL INTERVIEW: Sheriff Ricky Adam reflects on the life, service of Lt. Michael Boutte

Hancock County Sheriff Ricky Adam shares details of Lt. Mike Boutte's caring spirit and how his department is dealing with the loss of a veteran officer.

  Hancock County Sheriff Ricky Adam remembers Lt. Mike Boutte

Hancock County Sheriff Ricky Adam remembers Lt. Mike Boutte as an outstanding officer who wrote his own eulogy by the life he lived, and the community he loved.

  WATCH: Honor Guard, Gov. Reeves present American flag to the family of Lt. Michael Boutte

Family, friends, and law enforcement officers across South Mississippi said farewell to Lt. Michael Boutte, who was killed in the line of duty Feb. 1.

  FULL SERVICE: Funeral for Lt. Boutte features full honors with 21-gun salute, end of watch call

Family, friends, and law enforcement officers across Mississippi and Louisiana say farewell to Lt. Michael Boutte, who was killed in the line of duty Feb. 1st.

  LIVE REPORT: Funeral procession for Lt. Boutte to stretch from Bay St. Louis to Biloxi

From Bay St. Louis to Biloxi, cities are preparing to honor Lt. Michael Boutte with a large funeral procession on Tuesday.

  Lt. Boutte's grieving family feeling the love and support from community

Lt. Mike Boutte's family said the outpouring of support from the community wasn't surprising, but it was far bigger than they anticipated.

  Gulfport PD’s new canine cop sniffs out potential trouble

Gulfport Police needed a new officer on the force to help them with sniffing out explosives and gunpowder, so they recruited a cunning canine for the job.

  College Park Elementary celebrates the Love Big movement

College Park Elementary has pink and red everywhere, but instead of it being for Valentine’s Day, it’s for KJ North, and the Big Love movement he inspired.