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Congressman Palazzo Spoke on the Importance of Shipbuilding on the Coast

Congressman Palazzo spoke today on the United States House Floor on the importance of bringing more shipbuilding to Ingalls here on the Gulf Coast.

Coast Guard Cutter James Delivered to Captain

Ingalls has already provided four of the eight national security ships they promised. Today, they delivered the fifth.

Gov. Phil Bryant Signs Investment Bill for Ingalls

Many of Ingalls Shipbuilding’s 11,000 employees travel from four states to work each day, but thanks to a new investment bill signed by Governor Phil Bryant today, the state’s largest employer will get even bigger.

Ingalls to Christen Ship ‘John P.Murtha’ to Honor Marine

The ship is named after former Marine and U.S. Congressman, John Murtha.

Black History Month: Dorothy Shaw

Friday, News 25 spoke to a woman with an amazing list of accomplishments in leadership and service.

Ingalls Donates to Local Schools for S.T.E.M. Education

Advances in technology have caused lawmakers and teachers to reinforce science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, also called S.T.E.M. courses, in the classroom.

Ingalls Announces New Family Health Center

Tuesday, Huntington Ingalls announced the location of a new healthcare clinic to open next year.

Local Organization, Believe, Collects Toy for Kids in Need

A group called Believe has joined forces with policemen, firefighters, and Ingalls shipbuilders to help collect gifts for needy children.

Pascagoula Organizations Partnering to Collect Donations for the Believe Children’s Christmas Assistance Program

The Pascagoula Police Department, Pascagoula Main Street, and the Ingalls Shipbuilding Test and Trials Division have joined forces to collect toys to support the Believe Children's Christmas Assistance Program Toy Drive.

Ingalls Sponsors ‘Fit Kid Initiative’ to Promote Health

These days, many employers are promoting healthy lifestyles among their employees to increase productivity at work, but Ingalls Shipbuilding is taking it a step further by encouraging the next generation of workers to starting living healthy now.