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Hancock Co. Unveils Hurricane Katrina Memorial Plaque

Across the Gulf Coast Friday, individual communities were honoring those whose lives were lost during Hurricane Katrina.

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Take a look at what the Coast is doing to remember Hurricane Katrina nine years later.

M.E.M.A. Director, Robert Latham, Statement on 9th Anniv. of Katrina

"Today marks the ninth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall on the Mississippi Gulf Coast that resulted in the death of 232 Mississippians and billions of dollars of damage to businesses, homes, and infrastructure."

M.G.C.C.C. Ranked Nationally in Top Assoc. Degree Producers for 11th Year

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College (M.G.C.C.C.) has again been named a top associate degree producer in the nation, with 1,754 students receiving degrees in 2013.

Garcia Appears in Court

Ja'Naya Thompson case to be heard by grand jury.

Katrina Remembered on the Coast

Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast nine years ago Friday.

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Catch up on the local news from Thursday night's 10 p.m. show right here.

Saints Players Fight to Stay on the Roster

Thursday was the final opportunity for players to make a good impression on the coaching staff.

Ship Island Excursions Expecting Big Labor Day Weekend

On Labor Day weekend, Ship Island Excursions shuttled more than 800 people to the island last year.

Local Gulfport Businesses Come Back Strong After Katrina

One of the first businesses to build in downtown Gulfport after Hurricane Katrina was Tony's Brick Oven Pizzeria.

Officials Urge Residents to be Safe Over Labor Day Weekend

The unofficial last weekend of summer is here, which means hundreds of families will be out on the water.

Harrison Co. Searching for Hit & Run Suspect

Harrison County deputies are now in the fifth hour of the search for the suspect in a deadly car accident.
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