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Singing River Responds

Singing River Health System has filed its response to allegations of an ex parte meeting in the hospital’s state-retiree pension plan case. The health system has also challenged the state’s Supreme Court jurisdiction in the matter. The recent filings read, in part, that “this court has no jurisdiction to hear this appeal or grant the […]
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Remembering Nygel Poole

A site of violence turned into a memorial site in Gulfport tonight. Friends, family, classmates and associates of 16-year-old Nygel Poole gathered on 19th Street for a candlelight vigil. The event started out silent but as the crowd grew larger, quiet sobs and stories of Nygel filled the air. Close friends of the victim encouraged […]
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Shoebox Float Winners on Display

“Extra! Extra! Read all about it!” That was the theme of this year’s Mardi Gras Shoebox Float Contest. Now, the winning floats from elementary schools and junior high students are on display at Biloxi City Hall. From the Saints to the Shuckers to even the infrastructure woes in the city, these young artists portrayed it […]
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Grand Bay N.E.R.R Receives Grant

Fourth graders of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Gulf Coast and Jackson County now have an opportunity to have a fun filled “estuary adventure to remember” this summer, thanks to a grant from the National Park Foundation. The Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Jackson County is one of 186 federal sites […]
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Sand Clearing Begins

The roadways along the beach in Biloxi may look a little bit clearer as crews work to clear sand from Highway 90 parking bays and turning lanes. The sand has been accumulating since November and Biloxi Mayor Andrew ‘FoFo’ Gilich says it’s time for it to go. You’ll now see public work crews out and […]
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Sound Surge Show Choir Takes First Place

The Biloxi High School Sound Surge Show Choir is surging their way to the top, making quite a name for themselves in the state and prepping to travel to the Big Apple. The group of talented high school students swept the competition at our state capital over the weekend, taking home the first place trophy […]
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Many Could Face Losing SNAP Benefits

Thousands of people in South Mississippi could face losing their monthly food benefits of up to $190 before summer. Starting this year, people on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, between the ages of 18 and 49, who have no children, have three months to find a job or enroll in training or education […]
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Pascagoula House Fire 14th Street and Jackson Avenue

A Pascagoula home is in ruins after a fire started inside Sunday afternoon. The Pascagoula Fire Department received a call just after 3 o’clock that smoke and flames were coming from a home on 14th Street and Jackson Avenue. Firemen attempted to enter the front door but were unsuccessful due to clutter in the way. […]
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Severe Snowstorm Sends Students Home

Despite a major storm, the March for Life went on as planned in Washington, D.C. News 25’s Kendra Turley caught up with local students whose trip to the legendary march was cut short due to the unexpected heavy snow fall. Every year, thousands and thousands of pro-life advocates travel to Washington D.C. to protest against […]
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Gulf Coast Orchid Show

News 25’s Katarina Luketich interviews Marilyn Ladnier about the Gulf Coast Orchid Show. Gautier Convention Center January 29 : 12 pm to 6 pm January 30 : 11 am to 6 pm January 31 : 10 am to 4 pm