The 20th anniversary of the revival of the world-famous
races of Mississippi Gulf Coast’s working boats will be held October 18th.
You can catch up on the local news updates you missed from Tuesday night right here.
This week, the Department of Defense announced they will expand one of their programs and allow a number of illegal immigrants to enlist in the Armed Forces.
The City of Gulfport has a $10 million bond to use and is looking into ways to cash in on this need for sports destinations.
Watch all the local news updates from Tuesday night's 9 p.m. show right here.
The last time Ole Miss was 5-0, a familiar local face played on the team.
World War II veterans, or as some may call them, "the greatest generation in American history," are slowly diminishing.
With all the Cruisin' events going on, Coast residents have plenty to choose from, but Wednesday, a title fight is coming to Biloxi and it's not for fastest car.
The U.S. is deploying 3,600 troops to build hospitals and train health workers in Liberia and President Obama is now considering additional precautions at airports, the main entryway for Ebola into the U.S.
Cruisin’ the Coast is now in full swing, but some people in the community can't make it to the many events, so Cruisin' will be brought to them.