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Reeves announces storm disaster assistance from SBA

Governor Tate Reeves on Friday announced disaster assistance for Mississippi businesses and residents hit by the severe storms and tornado on April 19, 2020. Working...

Mississippi to receive $21.3M to help with fisheries disaster

U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Representative Steven Palazzo, R-Miss., today announced that $21,311,804 in federal fishery disaster relief funds has been allocated for...

Anniversary of Louisiana floods

One year ago this week, the Gulf Coast came together despite disaster, as heavy flooding devastated Baton Rouge and the surrounding areas, putting Southern...

Town Hall Meetings

The state of Mississippi is set to receive 750 million dollars over the next 15 years from the BP Oil Disaster and you can...

Gulfport Disaster Resiliency Meeting

Those of us with roots in South Mississippi know all too well how quickly disaster can strike. What can we do to be better...

SBP Disaster Resilience Training

A disaster resilience training put on by the St. Bernard Project is happening tonight. The training will take place at the 19th Street Community...

Cities Declare Flooding Disaster

The cities of Gulfport and D’Iberville have declared last Thursday’s severe flooding a disaster as the nearly 10 inches of rain affected homes, businesses...

Governor Bryant Declares Disaster Areas

Governor Phil Bryant says he wants a federal disaster declaration for some or all of the seven counties hit by last week’s deadly tornadoes.

Red Cross Aids Tornado Stricken Areas

The Southeast chapter of Red Cross in Gulfport has sent a total of 11 local volunteers to aid in disaster relief throughout affected areas in Mississippi.

Marlinspike 2015

A maritime disaster is something we hope never happens for us on the coast, but just in case one does, first responders are staying prepared.

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Live Local: A look back at the history of Biloxi’s Saenger Theatre

The movie 'Interference', Paramount's first 100% talking movie picture, was also the first feature playing in Biloxi's Historic Saenger Theatre when it opened its...

12/3 – Rob’s “Rain Moving In” Mid-Morning Forecast

A cloudy start this morning with MUCH WARMER temperatures...

Mississippi Dept. of Health reports 2,168 new cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday morning

(WXXV) — The Mississippi State Department of Health is reporting an additional 2,168 cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi and 28 deaths as of Thursday...
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12/03 – Brantly’s “Scattered Showers” Thursday Forecast

Light showers ahead of a cold front will slowly move across Louisiana today and Mississippi tonight. Rainfall amounts will generally be less than a...