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Susan Hunt honored as outstanding citizen

She’s passionate about education, Mardi Gras, and the City of Biloxi. Her name is Susan Hunt and she was honored as Biloxi’s Outstanding Citizen by the Biloxi Lion’s Club. In addition to her many positions throughout the City of Biloxi, Susan Hunt started her career as principal at Gorenflo Elementary in 1978 and later at […]
3 days ago
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Biloxi Shuckers Education Day: Live Report

News 25’s Laurene Callander tells us about Biloxi Shuckers Education Day as students get ready to enjoy baseball and enjoy the different activies in MGM park.
3 days ago
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Biloxi faces backlash over state flag

After the City of Biloxi removed state flags from all city buildings, a large group of protestors gathered at today’s city council meeting. During the public comment portion of the meeting there were people in attendance voicing both criticism and support for the city’s decision. Many brought their own state flags into the council chambers. […]
4 days ago
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Paving Continues: Live Report

News 25’s Laurene Callander tells us about the continuing Biloxi road projects as come closer to a close.
4 days ago
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2017 Primary Election Candidates Forum

The Biloxi NAACP and the local chapter of the league of women voters hosted a candidate’s forum with those running in the 2017 Biloxi citywide primary elections. The purpose was to inform the community and help local grasp a stronger sense of the skills, abilities and interest of the candidates. The forum addressed questions to […]
4 days ago
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LOCAL VOTERS REACHING OUT

This afternoon a public input meeting in Biloxi gave constituents a chance to discuss issues of concern regarding their elected state officials: senators roger wicker and Thad Cochran, and Congressman Stephen Palazzo.. Here’s News 25’s Hank Davis with more from the meeting Two coast women have now put on two public input meetings, part of […]
4 days ago
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BILOXI TAKES DOWN THE STATE FLAG

If you’re traveling through Biloxi, you won’t see the Mississippi state flag flying in front of city buildings any longer. The city has made the decision to remove the state flag, which bears the confederate battle emblem, from all city buildings.. Effective immediately. Mississippi’s state flag design has been a controversial topic for some time […]
7 days ago
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High School Baseball: St. Martin at Biloxi

If there’s anything the Biloxi baseball team is able to take away from the regular season, it’s an early season win at St. Martin. Tonight, the two schools got after it again in the first round of the class 6A playoffs. Indians hosting game one as the two-seed from region 8. The Yellowjackets are the […]
7 days ago
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After a while, crocodile

Before we say “See you later alligator,” check out the latest suspect Biloxi police carried off today. This guy may be small, but he’s got a big bite! Biloxi residents and visitors were just trying to soak up the sun today and this guy showed up. He didn’t seem to want to play nice with […]
1 week ago
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Biloxi Candidates Forum

Local organizations want citizens of Biloxi to be informed on who is running in the upcoming primary elections. The Biloxi NAACP and the local chapter of the league of women voters have partnered to hold a candidate’s forum. The purpose is to help the community build a stronger sense of the skills, abilities and interest […]