Biloxi, MSWLOX

Popular D’Iberville restaurant set to close due to worker shortage

Last month Governor Tate Reeves announced the creation of the Governor's Office of Military Affairs to better coordinate military and national security efforts in and around the state. Director PJ Waldrop talks more about the creation of the office. The 4 O'Clock Show. COVID-19 UPDATE: Dr. Jesse Penico. Updated: 1...
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Biloxi, MSWLOX

Car catches on fire on Hwy 90, no injuries reported

BILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) - The Fire Department arrived at the scene of a car on fire today around 11:40 am on Highway 90 by Porter Avenue. According to Battalion Chief David Williams, The citizens in the car noticed the back of their vehicle was on fire and got out in time.
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Gulfport, MSWLOX

Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster being tested in Gulfport

GULFPORT, Miss. (WLOX) - While only 33% of Mississippians have received two COVID-19 vaccinations, 100 Coast residents are receiving their “third” shot. They are participating in a study by Pfizer BioNTech to test the effectiveness of a booster vaccine. Jim Rush participated in the initial Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine study...
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Gulfport, MSwxxv25.com

The Claiborne at Gulfport Highlands welcomes residents

The luxury senior living facility, the Claiborne at Gulfport Highlands, finally welcomed their first three residents. The Claiborne at Gulfport Highlands is a family-owned and operated senior living community. The luxury senior living facility offers a comforting blend of southern hospitality and vacation-caliber amenities. The Claiborne offers 100 apartment style...
Mississippi StateWLOX

COVID-19 pandemic still a concern for Mississippi elected leaders

While only 33 percent of Mississippians have received two COVID vaccinations, 100 Coast residents are receiving their third shot. They're participating in a study by Pfizer BioNTech to test the effectiveness of a booster vaccine. LIVE REPORT: Repairs underway to bring back Seaway Road rail line. Updated: 4 hours ago.
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Picayune, MSwxxv25.com

Remembering Officer Katie Cash

The funeral service for Officer Katie Cash was held Saturday at Picayune’s First Baptist Church. Following the service, a procession traveled from Picayune to Waveland Cemetery where she was laid to rest. Cash died July 18th in a car crash on Highway 603 in Hancock County. The 33-year-old graduated from...
Long Beach, MSWLOX

LIVE REPORT: Long Beach reinstates mask mandate in city buildings

While only 33 percent of Mississippians have received two COVID vaccinations, 100 Coast residents are receiving their third shot. They're participating in a study by Pfizer BioNTech to test the effectiveness of a booster vaccine. Political. COVID-19 pandemic still a concern for Mississippi elected leaders. Updated: 7 hours ago. |
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Hancock County, MSwxxv25.com

Historic tuition agreement at Pearl River Community College

Today, officials gathered to announce a new tuition assistance program at Pearl River Community College that will benefit Hancock County residents. The new county assistance program will help fill any gap in tuition a student may face after all other grants and scholarships have been used. The program is open...
Biloxi, MSWLOX

COVID-19 UPDATE: Dr. Jesse Penico

While only 33 percent of Mississippians have received two COVID vaccinations, 100 Coast residents are receiving their third shot. They're participating in a study by Pfizer BioNTech to test the effectiveness of a booster vaccine. Political. COVID-19 pandemic still a concern for Mississippi elected leaders. Updated: 45 minutes ago. |
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Biloxi, MSWLOX

LIVE REPORT: Repairs underway to bring back Seaway Road rail line

While only 33 percent of Mississippians have received two COVID vaccinations, 100 Coast residents are receiving their third shot. They're participating in a study by Pfizer BioNTech to test the effectiveness of a booster vaccine. Political. COVID-19 pandemic still a concern for Mississippi elected leaders. Updated: 4 hours ago. |
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