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Tuesday, October 27, 2020
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$15.5M to 4 groups for Gulf of Mexico research

Officials say four teams of scientists are getting $15.6 million from BP oil spill fines to study fish, other sea life and birds in the Gulf of Mexico.

Businesses Adversely Affected by Algae Asked to Apply for Assistance

For weeks now, locals and visitors alike have seen the warning flags posted along many stretches of South Mississippi beaches warning people to avoid...

Algix technology creates bioplastics with algae

A sustainability company in Meridian is paving the way in cleaning up our waterways by using the toxic algae to create bioplastic materials. Ryan Hunt,...

USM conducts survey of marine life in Biloxi Bay

As the toxic algae bloom continues to take a toll on Coast beaches, the USM Center for Fisheries Research and Development team is studying...

Businesses affected by the algae bloom

Beachgoers here on the Coast aren’t the only ones feeling the effects of the toxic algae bloom. One Biloxi souvenir shop has continued to...

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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.
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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...
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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...