Content Tagged 'gulf coast'

Gulf Coast supports victims of Paris attacks
The Gulf Coast glows in blue, white, and red, in support of Paris, France after Friday's terrorist attacks. Video Video
Gulf Coast Veterans Day Parade
Gulf Coast Veterans Day Parade on Saturday, November 7 at 11 a.m. Starts at corner of Highway 49 & 19th Street. Video Video
Uber Leaves the Gulf Coast
Today signaled the end of Uber, a web based mini cab service, which launched here on the Coast less than two months ago. Video Video
Local Agencies Discuss How They Believe BP Settlement Should Be Used
We all know that Mississippi has $1.5 billion in settlement money from BP coming its way over the next 17 years, but what should that money be used for? Video Video
Beach Cleanup Continues
Following this past holiday weekend, Coast residents and tourists were greeted with trash along the beach. Today, things are looking much cleaner. Video Video
Fourth of July Weekend Leaves Coast Beaches Trashed
The holiday weekend might be over but the Gulf Coast is seeing a messy aftermath. Video Video
The Nation of Patriots ‘Patriot Tour’ Stops in Gulfport
Today, the Nation of Patriots ‘Patriot Tour’ rumbled through the Gulf Coast. Video Video
Attorney General Jim Hood Comments on BP Settlement
State Attorney General Jim Hood said in yesterday’s press conference that he believes the state negotiated the best deal possible for Mississippi. Video Video
Mississippi to get $1.5 Billion in BP Settlement
Today the five Gulf States affected by the BP oil spill all settled federal and state claims in the largest environmental settlement in history. Video Video
Harrison County Board of Supervisors Discuss BP Settlement
Harrison County Board of Supervisors called a special meeting today but could not discuss what exactly was said behind closed doors. Video Video
Coastal Delegation Hopes BP Settlement Money Returns to the Coast
State lawmakers will have to decide how exactly half of the $1.5 billion settlement will be allocated over the next 17 years. Video Video
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance Works Together to Take Care of the Gulf of
Hundreds of years after the French first settled in South Mississippi, the Gulf of Mexico is still vitally important to our economy. Groups from the five Gulf States are working to make it even better. Video Video
Coast Delegation Comments on BP Settlement
Today News 25 spoke with members of your Coast Delegation on what their hopes are for this BP money. Video Video
Red Snapper Season Starts Today
the Department of Marine Resources is now requiring all recreational fishermen and captains for hire to report their red snapper harvest to the state Video Video
Tulane's MS Coast Campus to Host Heart Walk on April 11th
Annual Heart Walk to benefit the American Heart Association.
Many Americans Don't Own Guns, But Not in Mississippi
South Mississippians might be shocked that the latest research on firearms shows gun ownership in America is down. Video Video
Gulfport-Biloxi Airport Partners with Seasonal Air Service
A new seasonal airline service from Minnesota could bring more visitors to the Gulf Coast. Video Video
Gun Ownership Declines in U.S., Not on Gulf Coast
A major U.S. trend survey finds that the number of Americans who live in a household with at least one gun is lower than it's ever been. Video Video
Wounded Veterans Cycle Along Coast for Ride to Recovery
Over 160 wounded veterans are cycling their way along the Gulf Coast. Video Video
McDonald's Lovin' Campaign is Big Success Along Coast
Local McDonald's are giving back, and Coast residents are Lovin' It. Video Video
Locally Filmed Movie, A Girl Like Grace, to be Released Soon
The film was shot all along the Coast with the main setting at Gulfport High School. Video Video
Mark W. Everson Announces for President of the United States
Former IRS Commissioner throws hat in the ring.
New Candidate Surfaces for Insurance Commissioner
The Insurance Commissioner plays a key role in regulating insurance, and sitting Commissioner, Mike Chaney, now has competition. Video Video
Gulf Coast CVB Aims to Expand Tourism on the Coast
The Mississippi Gulf Coast Regional Convention and Visitors Bureau (C.V.B.) is currently underfunded and trying to expand its efforts from primarily Harrison County to both Hancock and Jackson Counties. Video Video
Black History Month: Summer Selby-Drew
In celebration of Black History Month, News 25 is interviewing African Americans who have had an impact on the Gulf Coast community. Video Video
St. Patrick's Day Celebrations on Coast Gear Up
With dry weather moving back in this weekend, St. Patrick's Day celebrations around the Coast are preparing for a big turnout. Video Video
BP Protesters Return to Gulf Coast
BP Protesters Return to Gulf Coast After Marching at BP Headquarters. Video Video
IP Casino Donates Big Checks to Local Charities
They will be donating a total of $460,000 to 18 different charity organizations along the Coast. Video Video
Ohr to Launch Huge Katrina Exhibition in March
This time next month ?on March 20th, ?the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art will launch “Katrina +10,” a six month retrospective about Hurricane Katrina.
Slippery Rock Students Head South for Spring Break
Most head to places like Panama City, but students from one Pennsylvania school headed to south Mississippi to help out. Video Video
What Will be the Biggest Story of 2015 on the Coast?
When trying to predict the biggest stories to hit in 2015, News 25 recognizes that the biggest story on the agenda for the year is the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Video Video
LA Governor, Bobby Jindal, Visits the Gulf Coast
Louisiana Governor, Bobby Jindal, was in Gulfport Thursday. Video Video
Ocean Springs Looks to Build More Hotels
The City of Ocean Springs is home to only three major hotels, limiting visitors to places near downtown. Video Video
Screening for Locally Shot Movie Held in D'Iberville
After the state legislature passed tax incentives for the film industry, the movie business has started to boom on the Coast. Video Video
People Celebrate New Year's on the Coast in Style
2015 is upon us and lots of people across the Coast were celebrating Wednesday night. Video Video
Filmmakers Looking for Cast & Crew Positions on the Coast
Another feature film is about to get cranking in south Mississippi, and filmmakers are looking for a few good men and women to fill remaining cast and crew positions. Video Video
Fun Time U.S.A. Could be Coming Back to the Coast
With the Biloxi baseball stadium ahead of schedule, there's a real push to bring more family friendly entertainment to the Coast. Video Video
Gov. Bryant Pushes for More Tourism Money in State Budget
Tourism is a large part of what drives the Gulf Coast's economy and is important to many local business owners. Video Video
Local Movie, Happy Log, Completed; Screening in D'Iberville
The film Happy Log, shot mostly on the Gulf Coast, is finally complete. Video Video
Prescribed Burns Being Conducted in MS to Prevent Wildfires
Many of you may have noticed a lot of smoke coming from wooded areas as you're driving along the Coast. Those are not wildfires. Video Video
Krewe of Neptune Ready to Make a Night of It
The Krewe of Neptune, which over the years had been relegated to a handful of colorful floats tagged onto the end of the Gulf Coast Carnival parade on Mardi Gras Day, will be making history this year with its own nighttime parade.
Beware of Accident Prone Locations Along the Coast
More than 5 million car accidents happen in the U.S. every year, but some wrecks happen in certain places more often than others. Video Video
'Shrimp Signs' Pop Up Around the Coast to Direct Visitors
Drivers on Highway 90 in Hancock County may have noticed round, numbered signs branded with shrimp at most intersections. Those signs are now popping up in Gulfport, pointing the way to Coast attractions. Video Video
Oxford Economic Shows Impact of Gaming on MS Economy
The study explains that in Mississippi, gaming has contributed $4 billion to the economy and supports 37,000 direct and indirect jobs. Video Video
Production Begins on Shark Lake on the Coast
Lights, camera, action: words we'll soon be hearing again on the Coast as production begins on yet another feature film in south Missisippi. Video Video
Coast Plans 29th Annual M.L.K. Celebration
Dr. King's national holiday is coming up and so is the 29th annual M.L.K. Coast-wide celebration. Video Video
Coast Business Leaders Meet at Legislative Session
As the second day of the 2015 legislative session wraps up, Gulf Coast business leaders will meet face to face with local lawmakers to address what they would like to see done this legislative session. Video Video
More and More Filmmakers Come to the Gulf Coast
Filmmakers are moving out of Hollywood, and many of them moving towards the Gulf Coast. Video Video
Clarity Act Aims to Regulate Skyrocketing Insurance Rates
Many people believe the high rates of property insurance are stunting economic development along the Coast. Video Video
Sugar Bowl Brings Large Crowd of Tourists to the Coast
The Sugar Bowl kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, but in Mississippi, the tourism industry is already feeling the benefits of the game. Video Video
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