Pascagoula River

Body found in Pascagoula River ruled homicide

Preliminary autopsy results on a man found floating in the Pascagoula River Tuesday, September 22nd, show his death was a homicide. The autopsy was performed Thursday morning, September 24th. Twenty-nine year-old Dustin Lee Suttles’ body was found Tuesday afternoon near…

[GRAPHIC] Body found in Pascagoula River identified

The man found in the Pascagoula River has been identified by Jackson County Coroner Bruce Lynd Jr. as 29-year-old Dustin Lee Suttles of Gautier. His body is being sent to the Biloxi Crime Lab for an autopsy, which is scheduled…

Mississippi Boaters for Trump parade

Over the weekend hundreds of boats set sail here on the coast in support of President Trump. On the fourth of July, event organizers say around 200 boats participated in the Mississippi boaters for trump parade. The parade started in Long…

Free Flowin’ on the Riverfront

Hundreds packed into Lighthouse Park on Saturday to celebrate the City of Pascagoula. The free event featured live music, food, and arts and crafts vendors. The annual event is in its sixth year, centered around the Pascagoula River. The festival…

Renew our Rivers

It was all hands on deck in Jackson County for Mississippi Power’s 11th annual Renew our Rivers. News 25’s Laurene Callander takes us through the Pascagoula River for a closer look at the cleanup. Over 100 volunteers revved their engines…

Man Identified In Drowning

Gautier police identified Steven Foster Krebs Sr. as the 75-year-old man who drowned in the Pascagoula River. The Pascagoula resident was out in the Big Lake area on a houseboat with his family members. Around 9 Wednesday night, Krebs Sr.…

Controversy over Damming Pascagoula River

An organization dedicated to protecting and restoring rivers in the country named the Pascagoula River one of America’s most endangered for 2016. This comes as environmental groups are calling on a federal agency to stop the potential dam construction project…

Jaxco Flooding Update

The Pascagoula River is still above the flood stage in Jackson County but waters are steadily going down. Residents have transitioned from preparing their homes to repairing them. Escatawpa resident, Ann Grensing,   spent the past couple of days, airing out…

Escatawpa in High Waters

Today’s rain had Escatawpa residents bracing for more flooding in their already saturated neighborhoods. Many people gathered free sand from the Escatawpa Fire Department and were on edge that today’s precipitation would force the Pascagoula River into their homes. On…

Jackson County Bracing for more Flooding

With more rain comes more flooding and that’s what’s happening in an already saturated area. News 25’s Shelby Myers is in Jackson County to tell us how residents are riding out the flood waters as the Pascagoula River continues to…

Pascagoula River Flooding Continues

Jackson County residents continue to prepare for the worst as the Pascagoula River continues to rise. Yesterday morning, the river was at 17 feet. Now, the river is over 18 feet, spilling well over its banks and threatening homes nearby.…

Flooding in Jackson County

Jackson County residents prepare for the worst as the Pascagoula River continues to rise and threaten the lives of those living nearby. News 25’s Kendra Turley joins us live with a look at the scene in Escatawpa.   [mappress mapid="2515"]

Damming the Pascagoula River

Jackson County supervisors plan to meet with the Pat Harrison Waterway District to get more information about damming the Pascagoula River.

Damming the Pascagoula River

A representative from the Coast Sierra Club asked Jackson County supervisors to withdraw support in damming the Pascagoula River to help create a more recreational spot in George County.