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Rocky Start To Oyster Season

Oyster season is off to a rocky start after Monday’s opening. Nearly 100 boats harvested 12 hundred sacs of oysters on the first day of...

Two Oyster Areas Reopening Monday, May 9

Officials with the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources announced Friday that two areas will reopen to the harvest of oysters at legal sunrise Monday,...

Five Students Win M.D.M.R. Awards at Region VI Science Fair

The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.) presented five Coast students with the M.D.M.R. Excellence in Marine Sciences Award as part of the Region VI Science and Engineering Fair.

Black History Month: Keith Davis

For Black History Month, News 25 is highlighting those individuals in the Gulf Coast community who have made an impact.

Bryant Establishes Oyster Council to Revitalize Populations

Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill dealt a serious blow to the oyster industry.

Gov. Bryant Speaks at M.D.M.R. Promotion Ceremony

The Governor emphasized how all law enforcement risk their lives each day for strangers, regardless of age, race, or political party.

Ohio State Students Help M.D.M.R. Clean Up Deer Island

Students from Ohio State University are on the Coast this week helping the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.) along with Wildlife and Fisheries clean up Deer Island as part of an alternative winter break program.

M.D.M.R. & I.M.M.S. Partner to Save Turtles in Northeast

Thirty two Kemp's Ridley Turtles, an endangered species, were in crisis due to cold weather in the northeast, and were flown south to recover.

I.M.M.S. & M.D.M.R. Partner to Rehabilitate Endangered Turtles

The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies (I.M.M.S.) and the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.) are working together to rehabilitate 30 turtles in danger from the cold weather in the northeastern section of the United States.

Local Fishermen Show Officials Struggles After Oil Spill

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill was one of the worst ecological disasters in history, and Monday, local fishermen took a big step forward in the recovery process.

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