Katrina

17th Annual Hurricane Katrina Memorial Blood Drive

Commemorate the 17th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina by donating blood with the American Red Cross. Donors of all blood types are needed, especially type O, which stands at just a one-day supply right now. Increased hospital blood usage continues to…

Gulfport CAO Kelly to retire June 30

Dr. John R. Kelly, City of Gulfport Chief Administrative Officer, will retire after 15 years with the city, effective June 30. Kelly has served Gulfport, and more broadly the Coast, as a community leader committed to improving the quality of…

Ingalls re-opens East Bank shipyard rebuilt after Katrina

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Ingalls Shipbuilding division moved destroyer Delbert D. Black (DDG 119) to Pier Four on the east bank of the Pascagoula River today, signifying the reopening of a facility decimated in Hurricane Katrina. The newly reactivated, 187-acre east…

Federal Funding For Katrina Damaged Homes

Jackson county officials are scouring the area for properties that are condemned. Or need to be after hurricane Katrina. This coming ahead of a new program that could provide federal funding for demolition of the damaged structures. The Mississippi home…

11th Anniversary Of Katrina

Today marks 11 years since Hurricane Katrina ripped through the Coast, devastating the lives of many Mississippians. The category five storm that clocked wind speeds over 120 miles per hour made landfall in Waveland. Hurricane Katrina took the lives of…

Katrina Memorial Blood Drive

The Red Cross is calling for blood donations in memory of those impacted by the infamous storm. The 10th annual Hurricane Katrina Memorial Blood Drive will take place today and tomorrow at Edgewater Mall in Biloxi. The Red Cross always…

A Look Back At Hurricane Katrina

News 25's Bryan Kennedy interviews Rupert Lacy about the what happened to the coast 11 years ago during Hurricane Katrina.

Mississippi Sues Landlords

The state of Mississippi is going after landlords and would be landlords who promised to fix up property after hurricane Katrina for low to moderate income tenants but failed to abide by the terms of their forgivable loan agreements. The…