D’iberville police have arrested a burglary suspect after a string of recent burglaries.
Court Appointed Special Advocates, also known as CASA, takes an initiative to collect school supplies for children in foster care.
With this year’s Biloxi Seafood Festival approaching and Christmas in the Pass not too far away, both Biloxi and Pass Christian Chamber of Commerce need to sell off their old posters.
It’s still summer time but some dedicated D’iberville Middle School students graduated today. Eighty students successfully completed the school’s third annual D.A.R.E program.
Two hundred and thirty one: that’s the number of people killed in Mississippi during Hurricane Katrina and one man was put in charge of it all.
Today, we have an update on Gulfport police officer Shawn Williams and the fundraisers going on to help pay for his medical expenses.
Today,Dr. Valerie Short, a Democratic candidate for Governor, made a stop on the Coast for a meet and greet.
Starting this weekend, Wiggins convenience stores and restaurants can sell beer and light wine on Sundays from noon until 11 p.m.
Tonight, Southern Miss fans will get a chance to mingle with head football coach Todd Monken and some players.
Officials say the gunman responsible for killing two women and wounding nine people in Lafayette had a history of mental illness, re-opening the conversation about gun laws.