|M.D.E.Q. Plans to Use Litigation Money from BP Spill Effectively
The Mississippi Gulf Coast still has a long way to go in recovering from the BP oil spill. Video
|Volunteers Return to Coast for 10 Year Anniversary of Katrina
It’s been almost ten years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Coast, and volunteers from 19 different states have gathered to learn more about disaster relief to increase preparedness in the case of another disaster. Video
|MS Legislature Approves $17 Million in Tornado Recovery
The Mississippi legislature has approved $17 million to help pay for recovery from disasters, including tornadoes that recently pounded the state. Video
|Gautier RV Park Still Trying to Recover from Storm in April
With the recent disasters in north Mississippi, many have forgotten those affected by recent storms here on the Coast. Video
|Red Cross Disaster Relief Efforts Ongoing
Over 200 Red Cross workers are providing shelter, emotional support, meals and relief supplies to people impacted by the storm that devastated parts of Mississippi last week.
|Biloxi Firefighters Lend Help to Louisville First Responders
Monday, Biloxi firefighters are in Louisville helping residents recover from last month’s tornado. Video
|F.E.M.A. Approves Almost $1.6 Million to Repair Gulfport Piers & Jetties
Thad Cochran helps resolve stalemate with F.E.M.A. over Hurricane Isaac disaster recovery projects.
|McDaniel Offers Prayers to Mississippians in Wake of Disaster, Thanks Governor Bryant for Swift Response
State Senator Chris McDaniel offered prayers and words of hope and resilience to Mississippians affected by the disastrous weather that struck Mississippi Monday, and thanks to Governor Phil Bryant's swift response in driving the state's relief effort.
|Local Veterans Collecting Donations for Tornado Victims
A group of veterans are doing their part to help the victims of the recent Tupelo disaster. Video
|Louisville Struggles to Recover from Major Tornado
With flooding on the Coast and tornadoes in the north, Mississippi ran the gambit for severe weather this week, and to show you just how devastated the state is, News 25 sent reporter, Mark Armstrong, to Louisville to cover the aftermath of a major tornado. Video