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Wildfire Crosses State Lines

News 25's Laurene Callander tells us about Wildfire that is currently crossing Mississippi state lines in to Alabama.

Thousands Face Losing SNAP Benefits

One in five people in Mississippi currently relies on SNAP benefits, formerly known as food stamps, to put dinner on the table. In less than...

Sponsors, Donors, Restaurants Wanted

News 25's Katarina Luketich interviews Morgan Shiyou about the Salvation Army's Taste Of South Mississippi Event.

Public Charter Schools

This week is National School Choice Week, highlighting education options parents have for their children. One of those options is public charter schools, something...

Earthquake in Mississippi Today

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency has been notified by the United States Geological Survey that a 3.2 magnitude earthquake with a depth of three miles, centered just 4 miles southwest of Canton, Miss., struck at 8:23 a.m. Residents in the area reported feeling the rumbling in their homes. At this time Madison County Emergency Management is not reporting any injuries or damages.

International airport receives grant

For the first time, the state of Mississippi has decided to provide some incentives for expansion at state airports.

World Tuberculosis Day: Disease Still Very Active in Mississippi

Tuesday is World Tuberculosis Day, and data recently released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.) shows that the number of new tuberculosis (TB) cases in Mississippi increased 13% from 2013, which should remind Mississippians this disease is still a very present threat in the state.

Body Found Hanging from Tree Identified as Otis Byrd

Federal officials have spoken to the family of a man found hanging in a tree in Mississippi.

Mississippi Students Named Top Youth Volunteers in the Nation

Mississippi students, Katie Rogers of Collins and Shields Haire of Tupelo, are among 102 students named the nation’s top youth volunteers through the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.

Many Americans Don’t Own Guns, But Not in Mississippi

South Mississippians might be shocked that the latest research on firearms shows gun ownership in America is down.

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05/16 – Brantly’s “Increasing Clouds” Sunday Night Forecast

Temperatures will remain warm, generally in the lower 80s for most spots both today and Monday. Lows will be in the lower 60s to...

05/14 Ryan’s “Sunny & Warm” Friday Night Forecast

Nice and warm during the day while slightly cooler at night, but warmer, more humid, and eventually cloudy days are on the way.
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47th annual Italian Open at the Pass Christian Isles Golf Club

If watching someone hit a giant meatball off the first tee-box sounds like your kind of golf experience then the Italian Open is the...
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High School Baseball: D’Iberville vs Northwest Rankin

6A third round, D’Iberville at Northwest Rankin for game two. Northwest Rankin wins 6-4. Season over for the D’Iberville Warriors. Pascagoula-2 Pearl River Central-0 East Central-2 West...