Mississippi Walmart Employee Watches a Customer Return a Frying Pan with Egg Still Stuck to it. They Still Give a RefundZack LoveNewsBreak Contributor
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Did Gulf earthquake harm dolphins or other sea life off the MS Coast? What experts say.
The rare 3.3 magnitude quake was reported 130 miles southeast of Gulfport.
Rare earthquake off US coast in Gulf of Mexico defies easy explanation, USGS says
It happened about 131 miles southeast of Gulfport, Mississippi, data shows.
Mississippi trans teen finally gets to walk across stage in her graduation dress and heels
A Harrison Central High student made national headlines when the Coast school enforced the boys’ dress code policy for graduation. L.B. got her moment at 2023 Pride in Biloxi.
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.
These are the best 50 restaurants in Biloxi, Mississippi
From classics like Mary Mahoney’s to gas stations with great sandwiches, here’s the Sun Herald’s guide to the best dining in Biloxi.
Water advisories in effect at two popular Mississippi Coast beaches. What to know.
You shouldn’t get in the water at these beach spots in Gulfport and Biloxi after bacteria was found. Here’s what to know.
Day 5 of Jeepin’ the Coast brings event to a close with church service, award ceremony
LONG BEACH, Miss. (WLOX) - They came. They saw. They Jeeped. Sunday marks the final day of the popular car gathering, which started on Wednesday. Many Jeepers began the morning with a church service held in Long Beach. “So, we found a way that we take our two passions, Jesus,...
Bay St. Louis’ Starfish Café now back in business
BAY ST. LOUIS, Miss. (WLOX) - After temporarily closing its doors in December, the Starfish Café is now again open for business. The café closed temporarily after owner Diana Fillhart and her son Zach both opted to take a break following a medical emergency. Owner Diana and her...
East Taylor Road (the “Island”) – Boil Water Notice Lifted 06/04/2023
(Gulfport, MS) – Local officials “Lifted all Boil Water Notices” for the citizens and businesses in the perimeter of what is known as the “Island”. This includes the area from the Wilkes Bridge (Industrial Seaway Bridge) south to the Kremer Marine Bridge. This also includes all residences and businesses east and west of Lorraine Road.
Day 3 of Jeepin’ the Coast takes over Long Beach
LONG BEACH, Miss. (WLOX) - Thousands of Jeeps took over South Mississippi as Day 3 drew to a close for Jeepin’ the Coast, but drivers were far from putting on the brakes for the weekend-long event. This year, the sandy beaches of Long Beach were open to four-door off-roaders.
State troopers find $35K worth of stolen electronics in vehicle during traffic stop
BOSSIER CITY - A Mississippi man was pulled over by State Troopers in Bossier City for a traffic violation, but then was arrested when troopers saw he had thousands of dollars worth of stolen electronics in his car. According to State Police, Raymond Derks from Gulfport Miss. was driving through...
Waveland begins probe after viral video, complaints
A few protestors showed up in front of Waveland City Hall on Friday morning after a YouTube video went viral that shows two Waveland police officers confronting a man who was standing in front of the building, advocating for homeless veterans. In the video, Jeff Gray, a U.S. Army veteran...
Congressman calls for removal of rainbow flag from entrance at Mississippi VA Medical Center
One of Mississippi’s four US congressmen has called for removing a rainbow flag flying in front of a Mississippi VA Medical Center in his district. Rep. Mike Ezell from Mississippi’s Fourth District sent a letter about the flag flying at the entrance to the Biloxi VA Medical Center to Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough and Dr. Stephanie Repasky, who serves as Interim Medical Center Director of the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System.
Mississippi congressman asks VA leaders to remove rainbow Pride flag
BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi lawmaker on Friday called on veterans leaders to remove a rainbow flag flying at the entrance to the Biloxi VA Medical Center. On Friday, U.S. Rep. Mike Ezell sent a letter about the flag to Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough and Dr. Stephanie Repasky, who serves as interim director […]
Ladner Asks for AG Opinion on County Bids
During the last monthly meeting called Monday, May 22, 2023, Harrison County District 3 (Pass Christian, Long Beach, W Gulfport) Supervisor Dr. Marlin Ladner inquired about county bids and whether municipalities could use those bids at the Harrison County Courthouse in Gulfport, Mississippi. Following authorization and repair of a few...
Coast food truck feeds the needy and has a new building. Why can’t they open in Biloxi?
Loaves and Fishes feeds anyone for free, no questions asked, and thought they found a new home after a businessman donated a building. Now plans for a permanent soup kitchen is back at square one. Here’s what happened.
What to do this weekend? Here’s a list of summer events across the MS Coast
From Smokin’ the River City in Moss Point to a blueberry festival, check out this list before you make weekend plans!
Three more sentenced in Mobile Walmart arson case – include woman who started fires
MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A federal judge on Friday handed out punishment to three more members of a conspiracy to set Gulf Coast Walmart stores on fire. U.S. District Judge Terry Moorer imposed four-year prison sentences on two women married to co-conspirators. Erica Sikes is married to admitted mastermind Jeffery Sikes, whom the judge sentenced earlier this week to 18 years in prison.
Supreme Court denies second appeal in Gulfport child rape/murder case
JACKSON, Miss. (WLOX) - For the second time, the State Supreme Court has denied post-conviction relief to Alberto Garcia, the Gulfport man convicted of raping and murdering 5-year-old Ja’Naya Thompson. The child’s brutal death in 2014 rocked the Orange Grove neighborhood where it happened, and the entire coast community....
Harrison Central bites back to win regional championship
LANDCASTER, OH (WTRF)–The Harrison Central Huskies went head-to-head against the Wheelersburg Pirates for the Region 11 Division three Regional title. The tournament took place at Beavers Field in Landcaster, Ohio. The Huskies were 18-12, while the Pirates held a 22-7 record. It was a rough way to start things off. Harrison Central rotated through three pitchers […]
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