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Hiller Park to Get Some Much Needed Sprucing Up

Hiller Park was once a premier hangout in Biloxi, but over the last few decades, years of neglect have begun to take their toll and people have been staying away.

Volunteers Give Back for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Many around the Coast had the day off from work or school, but some spent their holiday giving back to the community in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

One Dead in Accident on Hwy. 53 Involving AT&T Truck

An AT&T utility truck left the road, striking a power pole, creating a dangerous situation for first responders.

MS Power Works Hard to Restore Power After Severe Weather

Power companies have been struggling to restore electricity to thousands of people in Mississippi.

Waste Pro Garbage Trucks Causes Major Traffic Delays

Wednesday, both north and south bound lanes of Highway 49 were shut down for hours near O'Neal Road in Gulfport when a garbage truck, with its dumpster in the air, struck a power line strung across the highway.

Local Residents Discuss Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating disease affecting more than 400,000 people in the U.S. and 2.1 million worldwide.

Mississippi Power Provides Electrical Fire Training

Home electrical fires account for 51,000 fires each year, resulting in 500 deaths.

High School Students Learn About Energy Industry

High school students across the Coast spent Monday afternoon at the Watson Power Plant in Biloxi, as they looked toward their futures, and the future of the power industry.

Volunteers Work to Replace Oaks at Ohr O’Keefe Museum

Nine years ago, Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast and destroyed many of the old oak trees that are a signature of south Mississippi.

New Utility Poles Going Up on Hwy. 49

If you're out on Highway 49 in Gulfport this week, you might see crews raising new utility poles along the roadway.

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10/27 Ryan’s “Zeta” Tuesday Evening Forecast

Tropical Storm Zeta is in the Gulf and expected to regain hurricane status before moving towards South MS tomorrow.

Mississippi State Department of Health reports 854 new COVID-19 cases and 20 new deaths

The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 854 new COVID-19 cases and 20 new deaths Monday, including two in Jackson County. The statewide total stands...

Trinity Episcopal Church Pumpkin Patch looks back on impacts of Hurricane Nate

The Trinity Episcopal Church Pumpkin Patch has been providing locals with the perfect pumpkins for 38 years now. Despite previous challenges like Hurricane Nate...

‘Downtown Biloxi Community Market Continues Festival Series’ Pumpkin Palooza October 29, 2020 canceled due to storm

Biloxi Main Street is canceling the Downtown Community Market Festival Series that was scheduled for Thursday, October 29, 2020. The market festival is canceled due...