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Coast cycling, running community says goodbye to one of its own

BILOXI -- Nancy Phillips grew up just a few miles away from Marie Brandenburg in Port Huron, Mi., and yet the two never met until they moved to the Coast…

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Fire destroys office at D'Iberville apartment complex

Fire destroys office at D'Iberville apartment complex…

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Jaws of Life used to extract woman from vehicle in Kiln 4-vehicle pileup

KILN -- A four-vehicle accident on Mississippi 603 in Kiln injured six people on Wednesday, said Hancock County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Don Bass.

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Man in Cochran photo case indicted for burglary

JACKSON -- The man accused of taking illicit photographs of the bedridden wife of U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran has been indicted on burglary charges.

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Rams name USM's Davis starting QB

Former Southern Miss star Austin Davis was named the St. Louis Rams starting quarterback Wednesday by head coach Jeff Fisher, the Rams announced.

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Gov. Bryant, Miss Mississippi educate Coast students on teen pregnancy

Mississippi usually finds itself at the bottom of national lists, but it towers over the rest of the country in one category: teen pregnancy.

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Update: Surveillance videos show no evidence of missing boy at Walmart

BILOXI -- After viewing two hours worth of surveillance footage, Biloxi police found no evidence of a missing boy at Walmart.

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NMCB 133 joining the fight against Ebola in Liberia

Seabees with Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 133 joined the fight against the spread of Ebola in September.

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UPDATE: Carriere man requests new trial: More than 20K pictures, videos found in child porn case

GULFPORT -- A Carriere man wants a federal judge to overturn his conviction and give him a new trial in a case involving more than 20,000 pornographic pictures and videos…

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Suspect in Ellisville shooting found in D'Iberville

Federal marshals and police in South Mississippi have arrested a man sought in a shooting with injuries reported Tuesday in Ellisville.

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Students return to class after evacuation at West Harrison High School

HARRISON COUNTY -- Students returned to class just before 10 a.m. at West Harrison High School after a morning evacuation because of a cut gas line.

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Former head of Ocean Springs YMCA found dead in front yard

OCEAN SPRINGS -- David Harris, a former longtime director of the Blossman YMCA on Government Street, was found dead in his front yard early Tuesday evening. He was near the…

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Former St. Martin standout named Miss Alabama A&M

Friday was a nerve-racking day for Monteva Hodo, but in a good way. The St. Martin High School graduate had campaigned hard during the spring semester and on Friday she…

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Music therapy helps soothe mind and body after cancer treatment

PASCAGOULA -- The rhythmic sounds of drumming are therapeutic -- good for the body, mind and soul.

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Walter Anderson Museum gets $141,000 state check to fix broken AC

OCEAN SPRINGS -- Gov. Phil Bryant solved an air-conditioning dilemma at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art with a $141,000 check from what he called leftover Katrina project money.

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Guns, grenades, brass knuckles: Variety of confiscated carry-on items at Gulfport airport

GULFPORT -- The 78-year-old woman trying to board a plane to Sacramento, Calif., looked harmless enough.

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Tweaked DUI law starts today in Mississippi

A new state law effective today requires motorists with more than one DUI conviction to pay for breath-testing devices for their vehicles.

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'Tiny House Nation' wants to build home for Katrina victim; city must vote on allowing it

WAVELAND -- Hurricane Katrina left Pye Parson with no home, just an empty slab. Since moving to Alabama, she has been dreaming of a way to build back on the…

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Gulfport's St. James Catholic School named National Blue Ribbon school

GULFPORT -- When it comes to education, St. James Catholic School stands alone. It was announced Tuesday the Gulfport private school was one of two schools in the state to…

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Dabbs' attorney surprised by report of weapons, drugs found in principal's office

Confidential details leaked about weapons, drugs found in principal's office…

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