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Are Hancock County Gulf Waters Safe?

Ronald Willert continues to work through rehab in Slidell after losing his leg to the flesh eating bacteria vibrio in Bay St. Louis last...
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Staying Safe in Extreme Heat

We here in South Mississippi know all too well about extreme heat and high temperatures. With the heat index on the rise, News 25’s...
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Daughter Speaks on Father Contracting Vibrio

A Bay St. Louis man is recovering after losing part of his leg to vibrio. He contracted the flesh eating bacteria about three weeks...
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Daughter Speaks on Father Contracting Vibrio

A Bay St. Louis man is recovering after losing part of his leg to vibrio. He contracted the flesh eating bacteria about three weeks...
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Health Officials Confirm One New West Nile Virus Case, Two New Travel-Associated Zika Cases

The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) reports one new human case of West Nile virus (WNV), bringing the 2016 state total to four....
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Ambulance Services Cut in Stone County

The Stone County area is scaling back on ambulance services. News 25’s Kendra Turley shows us how the cutback affects residents and other public...
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Vibrio Case Confirmed in Hancock County

The Mississippi Department of Health has confirmed a Hancock County resident has vibrio vulnificus. The person infected by the waterborne bacteria is a Hancock...
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Ambulance Services Cut in Stone County

Ambulance service scales back in Stone County. As of July 1st, there is only one ambulance serving Stone County from 7 p.m. until 7...
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Dangers of Fireworks

Bottle rockets and sparklers light up the faces of Fourth of July spectators, but AMR wants you to know the dangers of these fireworks. According...
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Man Recovering from Vibrio

Dick Empson continues to battle a case of the flesh eating bacteria vibrio, which put him in critical condition on Wednesday. Empson lost his leg...