Retired MS state trooper charged with assault wants to ‘punish’ an accuser, lawsuit says
Dale Decamp’s attorney says some of his actions were horseplay and not assault. A Hancock County victim in the criminal case against the former MHP trooper disagrees. “This is bullying.”
South Mississippi law enforcement leads SWAT presentation at youth summer camp
PICAYUNE, Miss. (WLOX) - South Mississippi law enforcement is teaching kids how to balance summer fun with life skills. The initiative is all part of the Picayune Police Department’s annual youth camp where young minds are educated on the basics of working as an officer in the field. PPD...
More rain for Tuesday
The convective development that we witnessed on Monday will continue this week at least through Wednesday and possibly Thursday. SELA is under the influence of a weak and broad upper-level low that is creating the instability that will likely interact with seabreeze and outflow boundaries resulting in the convection that will probably peak in the afternoon hours when instability is greatest with daytime heating. The primary concern from these strong to severe storms would be hail and strong damaging wind gusts.
A stormy Monday
The convective development that we witnessed this weekend will continue this week at least through Wednesday and possibly Thursday. SELA is under the influence of a weak and broad upper-level low that is creating the instability that will likely interact with seabreeze and outflow boundaries resulting in the convection that will probably peak in the mid to late afternoon hours when instability is greatest with daytime heating. The primary concern from these strong to severe storms would be hail and strong damaging wind gusts.
Meet Carl from the Hancock County Animal Shelter
It’s another summerlike day! We’ll be in the upper 80s this afternoon, and the high humidity will make it feel warmer. Hit or miss showers and storms will develop this afternoon and evening. Not everyone will get rain, but a few storms may have gusty winds, small hail, and heavy downpours.
Hot with spotty storms
NEW ORLEANS — A hot day is in store with highs of 90-95 degrees. It will be mostly sunny, but in the afternoon there is a 30% chance of storms. In Baton Rouge, spotty storms are possible. Rain gear would be a good idea again if you're heading to the Tulane or LSU games. Otherwise, it will be hot with highs near 93 degrees.
Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for Hancock, Harrison by NWS
Instruction: For your protection move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a building. To report severe weather, contact your nearest law enforcement agency. They will send your report to the National Weather Service office in New Orleans.
Special Weather Statement issued for Northern St. Tammany, Southeast St. Tammany by NWS
Instruction: Frequent cloud to ground lightning is occurring with this storm. Lightning can strike 10 miles away from a thunderstorm. Seek a safe shelter inside a building or vehicle. To report severe weather, contact your nearest law enforcement agency. They will relay your report to the National Weather Service office in New Orleans.
Hot with afternoon & evening storms
NEW ORLEANS — This afternoon will be hot with highs of 88-93 degrees. Heat index values will be in the middle 90s and skies will be mostly sunny. It will be mostly dry through the morning, but there is a 40% chance of afternoon and evening storms. Winds will be out of the north today at 5-10 mph.
Driver injured, bridge guardrail ripped apart on Hwy 603
HANCOCK COUNTY, Miss. (WLOX) - No structural damage to the bridge. That’s the word from Mississippi Department of Transportation engineers who inspected a crash site on Hwy 603 near Hoda Road Wednesday. A single-vehicle crash Wednesday morning brought traffic to a near standstill for hours on the two-lane road....
St. Stanislaus Class of 2023 Graduation Awards
For the twenty-third time in Saint Stanislaus’ history, Honors Diplomas and Medallions were presented to the following eight graduates: Fulton Ascherl, Joseph Cottone III, Edward Dezendorf, Alan Funderburk, Carter Ilgenfritz Jr., Zachary May, Brady McCaw, and John Mullins. The Hancock County Chamber of Commerce Award was presented to Zachary...
Threat made against St. Clare Seafood Festival in Hancock County
What was meant to be an exciting start to the fair season ended up being quite a scare for St. Clare Festivalgoers. Last weekend, over 5,000 people gathered at St. Clare Catholic Church for the fun-filled St. Clare Seafood Festival. Seafood Festival Chairman John Pucheu said, “It’s a community function. We really push family orientation here, and the funds that we raise, a part of it goes to subsidize children going to a catholic school and the rest of it is used here for church infrastructure repairs.”
These MS Coast schools will get money from massive Juul settlement. How will it be spent?
The e-cigarette company is giving hundreds of millions of dollars to school districts across the U.S. as the student vaping problem grows more dangerous.
Mississippi Highway Patrol promoting safety during Memorial Day travel period
HANCOCK COUNTY, Miss. (WLOX) - Thousands hit the highway after Memorial Day weekend, causing folks over in Hancock County to experience major delays with traffic congestion lasting up to an hour. The pileup started near MS 603 and Bay St. Louis Exit 13. Mississippi Highway Patrol is reminding everyone to...
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