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Local Rivers Approach Flood Stages
Rain across south Mississippi has caused rivers in the area to rise close to flood levels. Video Video
River Stages Go Down Slightly, But Could Rise More
Despite all the rain this week, river stages have gone down slightly due to the break the Coast got on Thursday, but it won't take much for those rivers to push back into the flood stage. Video Video
Heavy Rain Causes River Flooding on the Coast
With more rain in the forecast and already saturated ground, local rivers are on the rise and may go even higher. Video Video
Ice and Snow Possible Again Wed. & Thurs. in Mississippi
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) is again asking the public to prepare for another possible winter storm on Wednesday and Thursday.
Preparing for Winter Weather is Key
The Mississippi Department of Transportation (M.D.O.T.) has been notified by the National Weather Service (N.W.S.) of the potential for winter weather conditions throughout Mississippi during the next several days.
Bay Residents Donate Blood to Benefit the Northeast
Residents in Bay St. Louis rolled up their sleeves for a good cause Wednesday. Video Video
Winter Weather Update: Travel Remains Dangerous
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) urges Mississippians to exercise extreme caution during the ongoing winter weather event.
President Obama Signs Mississippi Disaster Declaration
Wednesday, the President declared a major disaster exists in the State of Mississippi and ordered federal aid to supplement state, tribal, and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe storms and tornadoes on December 23rd, 2014.
Severe Weather Causes Deadly Damage Across Mississippi
While the Coast was lucky, receiving with little to no damage from Tuesday’s severe weather, those storms were deadly for areas a little further north. Video Video
MS Power Works Hard to Restore Power After Severe Weather
Power companies have been struggling to restore electricity to thousands of people in Mississippi. Video Video
Red Cross Responds to Tornadoes in Southeast Mississippi with Shelter, Food, & Relief Supplies
The American Red Cross Mississippi Region continues to help people affected by the severe weather system that tore through Marion and Jones counties in Southeast Mississippi Tuesday afternoon.
Four Deaths Confirmed & Damage Reported to M.E.M.A.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) has received confirmation of four deaths and at least 20 injuries from apparent tornadoes and severe weather that struck the state on Tuesday afternoon.
Residents Brave the Severe Weather to Get Last Minute Gifts
The Coast has managed to stay dry for the most part these past few months, but the weather has finally caught up to us. Video Video
Severe Weather Affecting Those Out on the Road
The severe weather comes at a bad time for holiday shoppers out on the road. Video Video
Storm Damage Reported to M.E.M.A.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) has received a report of injuries and storm damage in two counties as a result of the severe weather that moving through the state Tuesday.
Officials Urge Drivers to be Safe During Holiday Travel
Holiday drivers hit the highways by the thousands and will need to be extra careful to reach their destination safely. Video Video
Be Prepared for Grinch-Like Weather
The threat of severe weather is in the forecast for most of Mississippi Monday afternoon through Tuesday.
Fall Severe Weather Preparedness: Severe Thunderstorms
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) and the National Weather Service (N.W.S.) are highlighting the dangers of Severe Thunderstorms for Fall Severe Weather Preparedness Week.
Flights Back on Track After Monday's Severe Weather
Things are back to normal at the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport after Monday's severe weather caused some backups. Video Video
M.D.O.T. Says Coast Was Fortunate After Severe Weather
The Mississippi Department of Transportation (M.D.O.T.) reports the Coast was fortunate compared to other parts of the state after Monday night's severe weather. Video Video
The Salvation Army Aiding Recovery from Monday’s Storms
A massive line of storms moved through the Southeast Monday and with it brought heavy rain, high winds, and hail.
M.E.M.A.: Severe Storms Possible Monday
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) is asking residents around the state to be prepared for severe storms, including the possibility of tornadoes on Monday.
Be Aware of Severe Weather Potential Thursday Night Into Friday
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) is asking residents to be aware of the threat of a severe storms forecast to move through the state late Thursday evening into early Friday morning.
Heavy Rainfall Possible This Weekend
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A) wants to remind Mississippians to be prepared for heavy rainfall with the potential for flash flooding on Saturday into Sunday.
M.D.O.T. Supports National Preparedness Month
Extreme weather in Mississippi is a fairly common occurrence.
Mississippi 15th in the Nation for Insurance Claims Resulting from Lightning
State Farm paid out nearly $3 million in Mississippi lightning claims in 2013.
F.E.M.A. Offers $6.7 Million for Wind Retrofit Work on Coastal Mississippi Homes
Thad Cochran says hazard mitigation resources intended to protect residences in extreme weather.
Residents Urged to Stay Prepared for Wet Weather This Spring
There has been some crazy weather outside for south Mississippi Wednesday, with heavy rainfall and flash flooding. Video Video
Hard Rock Casino Holds Jeans for a Cause Campaign
While the skies are calm in north Mississippi, people there are still reeling from last week's deadly tornado and storm damage. Video Video
American Red Cross Disaster Relief Enters Second Week
Over 300 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.
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.
Beware of Charity Scams After Severe Weather
Beware of fake charity scams. Video 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 Video
Jackson County Coming Together to Help Tornado Victims
Jackson County officials are running a tornado drive for those in the north, and monitoring the flooding that is still plaguing their county. Video Video
Flooding Still an Issue for Jackson County
While water has receded in most areas of Harrison County, there is still major flooding in Jackson County. Video Video
Gulfport Fire Dept. Collecting Donations for Tornado Victims
Another group along the Coast is trying to help offer relief for victims of the Louisville tornado. Video 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 Video
Hard Rock Employees to Raise Funds for Tornado Victims
Hard Rock Biloxi employees will be raising money by paying $5 per day or $20 for five days to wear blue jeans to work May 4th-8th.
Two Local Churches Sponsoring Joint May 4th Evening Prayer Service, Collection for Victims of Storms in North Mississippi
Trinity United Methodist and Westminster Presbyterian Churches to send goods to Louisville early next week.
Pascagoula Police and Fire Departments Collecting Donations for Sandersville & Louisville
The Pascagoula Police and Fire Departments are collecting donations for Sandersville and Louisville two of our hardest hit areas during this past weeks out break of tornado's that hit Mississippi.
Severe Weather Causes Abundant Flooding on Gulf Coast
The abundance of heavy rainfall in such a short amount of time over the last two days here in south Mississippi has caused major flooding across the Coast. Video Video
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 Video
State Farm Reports More Than 1,069 Claims So Far Across MS
As of Wednesday Mississippi’s largest home and auto insurer, State Farm, is reporting more than 1,069 home and auto claims connected to this week’s tornado outbreak.
Gov. Bryant Asks Obama for Federal Disaster Declaration
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant and the state's Congressional Delegation are asking President Barack Obama for a federal disaster declaration for tornado-ravaged areas of the Magnolia State. Video Video
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.
Attorney General and Board of Contractors Warn Storm Victims of Post-Storm Dangers
Attorney General Jim Hood reminds recent storm victims of the dangers that come from crooked contractors following disasters and storm damage like the state has recently seen.
Coast Prepares for Potential of Severe Weather
As severe weather approaches the area, officials are asking everyone to take the proper precautions. Video Video
Severe Weather Moving Across the State
Severe weather has been passing through in several parts of our state. Governor Phil Bryant earlier declared a state of emergency. Video Video
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