43.8 F
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Home News Local News

Local News

Get All the Local News You Need From Wednesday Night Here

Stay up to date on all the latest news stories from around the Gulf Coast right here.

Gun Safety Comes Into Question After Girl Kills Instructor

The accidental shooting death of a firing range instructor in Arizona by a 9-year-old girl firing an Uzi submachine gun has raised questions about children and gun safety.

Diamondhead Water & Sewer Plans New Admin Bldg.

The Diamondhead Water and Sewer District is looking to build a new administrative building, and their proposed budget is $3.4 million, money some residents say the city doesn’t have to spend.

American Idol Holds Auditions in New Orleans

Some superstars are in the Big Easy this week, but they're not the ones in the spotlight.

National Cos. Partner to Bring Healthy Lifestyle to Students

September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month across the United States.

Housing Market on Coast Recovering Since Recession

The price of single family housing in south Mississippi is on the rise, and it’s not a bad thing.

Pascagoula Hosts Local Business Forum

Pascagoula's Main Street Association, Mississippi Power, and Community Bank hosted a business forum Wednesday.

Pascagoula to Move Train Tracks Out of Downtown

Pascagoula will soon be moving the railroad tracks that run through the heart of downtown.

Biloxi PD Involved in High Speed Chase on Hwy. 90

The Biloxi Police Department was involved in a high speed chase Wednesday along Highway 90 around 11:30 a.m. that ended in front of the Coliseum.

Schools Wish They Could Screen Teacher Backgrounds Better

With the ongoing court case of former St. Patrick Catholic High School teacher, William Richard Pryor, it raises the question of what schools are doing to prevent sexual predators from getting into our school systems.

State Superintendent of Edu. Talks Benefits of Common Core

Wednesday, Dr. Carey Wright, State Superintendent of Education's, main message was about the benefits of Common Core.

State Superintendent of Education Visits Gulf Coast

Changes in the way we're educating our children is a popular topic around the country.
- Advertisment -

Local News


Mississippi Aquarium holding book drive

Mississippi Aquarium is looking for local support for their growing educational library. Starting today, in honor of ‘Read Across America’ Week, the Aquarium is offering...

City of Gulfport honors WWII veteran George Roberts on his 100th birthday

Today, Gulfport city leaders celebrated a long-time resident and decorated World War II veteran who just reached a big milestone. The date was March 1st,...

Gulf Coast residents react to mask mandates being lifted

Along with Governor Reeves’ latest executive order comes opposition as well as approval from Gulf Coast residents. Locals are voicing their opinions on social media...

Mrs. Mississippi American 2020 reads to first graders virtually for ‘Read Across America’ Day

'Read Across America' Day is also being celebrated in classrooms across Mississippi virtually this year. Mrs. Mississippi American 2020 Jamiee Dorris may not have been...