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Building blitz planned for 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
As South Mississippi prepares to mark nine years of recovery since Hurricane Katrina, plans are already in the works for the 10th anniversary of the monster storm.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Biloxi schools rewarding students who show up for class
Going to school every day could pay off for many Biloxi students. On Wednesday, the Biloxi School District announced that it is testing an incentive program to boost its attendance rate.
Deer Island ferry service draws mixed reactions
Deer Island may soon be attracting more visitors than ever. That's because Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann wants to create a passenger ferry boat service to the near shore island.
Police: Runaway suspect found with forged checks, jewelry
A high speed chase ended on Highway 90 in Biloxi Wednesday around noon, and police found more than just the driver in the vehicle.
Tools not Trophies
Biloxi, Mississippi Every firearms instructor worth their salt will tell you that when it comes to choosing a defensive handgun, or any firearm for that matter, that function is the number one consideration.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
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Couple jailed for 'exploiting' veteran
A Hancock County couple was arrested last week after they allegedly drove a man to the Veteran's Affairs Hospital, took his vehicle, and then ran up several charges on his credit cards.
Yates Construction updates Biloxi on stadium progress
Construction has begun at the site of the future baseball stadium in Biloxi. But, it's still in the beginning stages and hasn't quite taken the familiar diamond shape of a baseball field yet.
FBI: More victims have come forward with molestation claims
More victims have come forward accusing a veteran South Mississippi teacher of molesting them while students at Bayou View Middle School.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Some Biloxi councilmen rethink tax breaks after budget crunch
Biloxi needs to put more firefighters and public works employees to work, but right now when it comes to hiring the budget numbers don't work.
At the Casinos: David Spade, Deep Purple, Collective Soul
The fact that Deep Purple hasn't made it into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame yet is a sore subject in some quarters, but fans can still see the group at Hard Rock Biloxi on Friday, Aug. 29. The band's appearance is part of a weekend slate that also brings Collective Soul to town, Friday at the Golden Nugget, and comedian David Spade to IP Biloxi on ... (more)
Biloxi Police urge residents to be aware of possible phone scams
The phone calls could be part of a variety of phone scams. Callers may claim to represent the IRS, a debt collector, or a power company seeking payment for an unpaid bill.
Alderman election Tuesday in Poplarville
The Picayune Item reports the opening was created when Randy Brown was forced to resign after an attorney general's opinion found his employment with the Biloxi Police Department and service on the board of aldermen created a conflict of interest.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Kahr K9: the Cadillac of Concealed Carry?
Biloxi, Mississippi Some folks drive Chevys and some drive Cadillacs. While both types of automobile have four wheels and will get you from point A to point B, the Cadillac is obviously built to a higher standard and will get you there in style.
Lady Democrats get active as U.S. Senate election approaches
Lately, we've been hearing so much talk from the Republican side in the upcoming U.S. Senate election, but we haven't heard much from democrats.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Women's Church Conference celebrates 8th year in Biloxi
About 50 ladies filled the pews and spent the day giving thanks as much in their own way as they did together.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Biloxi Visitor's Center puts the spotlight on miniature lighthouses
The permanent collection, which is worth about $3,500, is in the lobby of the Biloxi Visitor's Center.
Parents at St. Patrick react to Pryor resignation
According to court documents, William Richard Pryor confessed to FBI agents he molested eight male students between 1973 and 2005 when he was employed at Bayou View Middle School.
Man suspected of burning Long Beach toddler
Long Beach police have arrested a Biloxi man on a felony child-abuse charge alleging he caused second-degree burns to a 16-month-old boy.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Pill ring trial in Mississippi pushed to December
A federal judge has postponed the trial of a doctor accused of running a prescription pill ring with casino workers in Biloxi.
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Train speeds may almost double on some KCS lines in South Mississippi
BILOXI, Miss. - Kansas City Southern Railroad Co. announced Tuesday its intention to increase train speeds on portions of its line in South Mississippi between Gulfport and Hattiesburg.