|Keith Davis' Officially No Longer Moss Point Police Chief
It is now official, Keith Davis is no longer chief of the Moss Point Police Department. Video
|Chief Keith Davis Still Plans to Resign
Moss Point Police Chief, Keith Davis', decision to resign from his position, has been met with a very vocal community that wants him to stay. Video
|Moss Point Residents Want Chief Davis to Stay
As of Wednesday, Keith Davis is still Moss Point's Police Chief. Video
|Moss Point reacts to resignation of Chief Keith Davis
News 25 spoke with residents the day after Davis’ announcement for the reactions and concerns of the citizens of Moss Point. Video
|Moss Point Aldermen Reject Chief Davis' Resignation
After a heated Moss Point board meeting Tuesday night, officials rejected Police Chief, Keith Davis', letter of resignation. Video
|Palazzo Comments on VA Secretary Shinseki Resignation
Congressman Steven Palazzo, (MS-4), released the following statement Friday in response to the resignation of Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki.
|Coast Responds to Resignation of VA Secretary Shinseki
Pressure from politicians from both parties forced Veterans Affairs Secretary, Eric Shinseki, to resign Friday morning. Video
|Sheriff Mike Byrd Scheduled to be in Federal Court Tomorrow
Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd is scheduled to be in federal court tomorrow to enter a guilty plea for crimes such as destroying evidence and mistreatment of a suspect last year. Video
|Wicker Statement on the Resignation of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki
U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., a senior member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, today made the following statement after President Obama announced he had accepted the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric K. Shinseki.
|Dr. Frances Lucas Resigns as VP of Gulf Park Campus
Dr. Frances Lucas has resigned from her position as Vice President and top executive of U.S.M.'s Long Beach campus.
|Sheriff Mike Byrd Officially Resigns
Sheriff Mike Byrd officially resigned this evening, effective December 31, 2013. Video