Author: Tanner Stewart

Joe Moorhead fired from Mississippi State

After finishing his second season, Joe Moorhead has been fired from Mississippi State. During his tenure, Moorhead posted a 14-12 overall record and two post-season appearances. Talk of Moorhead’s standing as head coach in Starkville began in November prior to…

Saints prepare for playoffs vs. Vikings

With the NFL regular season officially in the books, the road doesn’t get any easier for the 13-3 New Orleans Saints, looking to get past the first round of the playoffs with a familiar playoff foe: the Minnesota Vikings. It…

‘Country Cruisin’ Breakfast’ preview

The annual Country Cruisin’ Breakfast begins tomorrow at the Long Beach Yacht Club. The breakfast is held from 7 to 10 a.m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. All Cruisers are welcome. For a full list of Cruisin’ the Coast events click…

United Way of South Mississippi awards 11 grants

United Way of South Mississippi has awarded nearly a dozen community impact grants totaling $650,000 to local organizations today. The grants are funded through workplace campaigns like Hancock Whitney Bank, who raised more than $50,000 through last year’s efforts. Here…

The hunt for Richard Merritt continues

Tonight we continue our coverage of a former Georgia attorney accused of murdering his mother just hours before he was set to turn himself into prison for a 15-year sentence for defrauding his clients out nearly half a million dollars.…

Biloxi Premiere Cinema’s Box Office Preview

No one knows more about the Premiere Lux than John Sampson. He’s served as the theatre’s director since its opening in November 2018. After 18 years in the business, no place compares. And convenient it is, from self-serve popcorn and…

Special Olympics looking for volunteers

“Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me brave in the attempt.” That is the oath to athletes competing in the Special Olympics. You can be a part of this year’s games by volunteering to work with an…

The Hunt for Richard Merritt

The nationwide manhunt continues tonight for former Georgia attorney turned accused killer Richard Merritt. The victim of the alleged crime is his own mother. Police believe the murder occurred just hours before he was set to report to prison for…

Beau Rivage celebrate 20 years on the Coast

The Beau Rivage opened its doors nearly 20 years ago and the tallest building in Mississippi continues to thrive. Now, they’re asking you to celebrate this milestone with them. The 20th anniversary celebration lasts through the month of March with…

GCP cuts ribbon on new facility in Gulfport

Up to 200 new jobs will be created after the expansion of a Coast factory today. Geri-Care Pharmaceuticals cut the ribbon on their new expansion in Gulfport. Geri-Care products line the shelves in many major pharmacies across the country. Part…

Gubernatorial candidate Robert Foster speaks on the Coast

Representative Robert Foster is on the Coast today continuing his campaign to be Mississippi’s next governor. A Desoto County native, Foster’s platform falls heavily on renewing education in our state as well as empowering small business in Mississippi. The first-term…

Second rare dolphin species rescued in Gulf

For the second time this month, the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies in Gulfport is rehabilitating a rare dolphin species to the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Just last week, a rough-toothed dolphin was rescued in Biloxi and now a pantropical spotted…

Bras across the River fun run/walk

Something you don’t see every day when you drive past the Highway 613 Bridge in Moss Point are bras hanging along the side, except for Saturday that is. The 2018 Bras across the River fun run and walk was filled…