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Ian lashes South Carolina as Florida's death toll climb

By MEG KINNARD and ADRIANA GOMEZ LICON Associated Press CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A revived Hurricane Ian has pounded coastal South Carolina after causing catastrophic damage in Florida. The storm washed away parts of piers and flooded streets in parts…

Ian lashes South Carolina as Florida surveys devastation

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A revived Hurricane Ian made landfall on coastal South Carolina on Friday, threatening the historic city of Charleston with severe flooding after the deadly storm caused catastrophic damage in Florida and trapped thousands in their homes.…

Heavy rain causing flooding, evacuations in Mississippi

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Heavy rain and flash floods drenched Mississippi, prompting rescue operations, closures and evacuations Wednesday including dozens of residents at a nursing home in the central part of the state. Rain has pummeled the central and southern…

Tornado aftermath in Tupelo

Cleanup continues over in Tupelo after a tornado touched down in several parts of the city Sunday night. The tornado hit Tupelo around 10 p.m., downing powerlines and trees while causing significant damage to some homes. Several homes along…

Tracking Zeta in Gulfport

Zeta is bringing strong winds and heavy rain to our area and conditions are already starting to deteriorate. Meteorologist Brantly Keiek is in Gulfport with more.

Harrison County officials and local leaders meet

The Harrison County Emergency Management Agency met today ahead of the hurricane. The Harrison County Fire Department is requesting additional personal from FEMA and will be pulling response when winds reach 45 miles per hour. Electric companies…

Mississippi receives funds to work on federal roadways

Mississippi is receiving more than $22.7 million in federal funds to offset costs to repair and build federal roadways in the state that were damaged by storms and flooding earlier this year. Among the five Federal Highway Administration awards is…

Governor Reeves urging residents to stay prepared

Governor Tate Reeves briefed Mississippians today ahead of Hurricane Sally’s landfall which is expected tomorrow morning. Though there is still a lot of uncertainty with Hurricane Sally, Governor Reeves is urging Mississippians to still stay prepared as forecasters predict heavy…

Flooding in Pascagoula

Law enforcement is urging residents to stay off flooded streets. Several roads are now closed due to standing water coming from the beach. The Pascagoula Police Department released video of street flooding in Pascagoula this morning. Beach Boulevard is closed…