Content Tagged 'children'

Local Police Get Training on Interviewing Children
Friday wrapped up a week long law enforcement training program for Coast police forces. Video Video
National School Bus Safety Week
Imagine a world with less traffic, cleaner air, and more affordable transportation.
MS Department of Health Urges Parents to Take Steps to Prevent Lead Poisoning
Hundreds of Mississippi children suffer from lead poisoning each year, yet lead poisoning is preventable.
Hard Rock Biloxi Packs Backpacks for Kids for the Bay Area Food Bank
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi has partnered with the Bay Area Food Bank to help meet the needs of children in the community.
Local Church Aims to Help Immigrant Children in Mississippi
Friday, El Pueblo, a Methodist church advocating for immigrants, held a training session for leaders in the Gulf Coast community. Video Video
M.D.O.T. Brings Awareness to Child Passenger Safety Week
With motor vehicle crashes being a leading killer of children ages 1 to 13, it is critical that parents use age and size appropriate child restraints to reduce these deaths.
M.D.O.T. Encourages Safety Getting Back to School
Whether walking, biking, or riding a bus to school, safety should be everyone’s top priority as summer comes to a close and children return to classrooms this fall.
Gulfport Receives Excel by 5 Certification
The City of Gulfport has been awarded Excel by 5 certification. Video Video
Leaving Kids in Hot Cars is Risky Business
While one may consider leaving a child alone in the car, even for just a minute, the risk is not worth the consequences this time of year.
Parents Urged to Immunize Kids Early Before School
The Mississippi State Department of Health (M.S.D.H.) has a homework assignment for parents: check your children's immunizations. Video Video
Soccer Camp in Pascagoula Coincides with World Cup
Goal after goal was scored at the Gulf Coast Crew Academy Soccer Camp in Pascagoula Tuesday morning. Kids ages 5 to 13 are hitting the fields for three days to learn some new skills and fancy footwork. Video Video
Summer Festival Hosted to Help Feed Hungry Children
Mississippi has one of the highest child food insecurity problems in the nation, meaning many children in Mississippi are going hungry. Video Video
Moss Point Community-Wide Re-Certification Excelebration
Moss Point has done it again! The City of Moss Point has been re-certified as an official Excel By 5 community and plans to celebrate with a community-wide Re-Certification Excelebration!
Obama's Fatherhood Initiative Makes it to Mississippi
In the beginning of his first term, President Obama started a Fatherhood Initiative to educate and provide resources for young fathers, as well as support youths who do not have a father in their lives. Video Video
Costumed Kids Enjoy Biloxi Walking Parade
Yesterday, Biloxi streets were teeming with excited children in the 14th Annual Biloxi Children's Mardi Gras Walking Parade. Video Video
Weekly Weekend Outdoors Report with Barry Foster (Jan. 16, 2014)
This week, Barry discusses getting your children involved in fishing and how to deal with the cold weather. Video Video
Gulfport
62° Heavy Rain Feels Like: 62° F
High: 70° F
Low: 55° F
Wind: ENE 3 mph


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