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Friday, August 14, 2020
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Mississippi Aquarium update amidst COVID-19

The Mississippi Aquarium in Gulfport delayed the original grand opening a few times. The aquarium is now set to open August 29th. The Mississippi Aquarium...

Staying safe while swimming

Local officials and residents are sharing their water safety tips while swimming. On Friday evening, the popular swimming area on Wolf River near the Bells...

Remember safety first when heading into the holiday weekend

Fire departments throughout South Mississippi are going above and beyond the call of duty to help protect people as we head into the holiday...

Jackson County School District announces reopening plan for August

The Jackson County School District has released more information on their school reopening plan as students prepare to return to school during the coronavirus...

Keeping pets safe during fireworks

Fourth of July is just a few days away. For the employees at Jackson County Animal Shelter that means they are about to see...

Preventing hot car deaths

In 2019, a staggering number of children died of vehicular heatstroke. The Biloxi Fire Department tells News 25 that it only takes ten minutes for...

How Biloxi Fire Department is keeping you safe during COVID-19 pandemic

Everyday firefighters work to keep our community safe, but now they have another battle to fight: COVID-19. Emergencies do not stop because of a global...

Ocean Springs prepares to move forward safely

With Governor Tate Reeves’ ‘safer at home’ order set to end June 1st, cities like Ocean Springs are preparing with safety in mind. In his...

Outdoor recreational facilities under strict guidelines

The new executive order issued by Governor Reeves to begin safely reopening the outdoor recreational facilities is now in full effect. Governor Reeves says this...

Hot weather safety tips for pets

With the warmer months ahead more people will be spending time with their furry friends outdoors. But as the hot weather approaches, it is important...

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08/14 – Brantly’s “Afternoon and Evening Storms” Friday Forecast

Skies start off partly to mostly cloudy today with humid conditions. Thanks to the increased cloud cover, highs today should be a little cooler,...
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08/13 Ryan’s “More Showers” Thursday Night Forecast

Saw more showers and thunderstorms this afternoon, which made things much cooler heading into the night.
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25 Teams in 25 Days: Christian Collegiate Academy Bulldogs

If you were to genuinely ask someone ‘hey, what’s football,’ they would most likely give you a facial expression packed with a whole lot...
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Community growth in Wiggins

COVID-19 has caused many challenges for South Mississippi cities in 2020, but the City of Wiggins has also seen many positive changes this year. Despite...