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Black Friday crowds building in South Mississippi

BILOXI -- Thanksgiving-night sales brought out the biggest crowds of shoppers in South Mississippi, although the stores filled up again by early afternoon on Black Friday.

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'Some decisions' reached on Jackson County hospital system's failing pension plan; announcements soon

PASCAGOULA -- The CEO of Singing River Health System sent an email Wednesday to employees saying he and top management have made "significant progress in recent days to reach some…

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Wintertime in South Mississippi calls for vigilance against house fires

As temperatures plummet with winter's arrival, the frequency of house fires skyrockets. Unknowing homeowners can put themselves at risk every time they warm their home.

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Man escapes early-morning house fire in Pass Christian

A Pass Christian man escaped a house fire early hours Friday.

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Family of 5 in Gulfport escapes harm in early-morning fire

A Gulfport homeowner, awakened by the sound of a fire alarm and the smell of smoke, got his family safely out of harm's way early Friday morning.

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Police: Man stole bible, money for child cancer patient in Waveland Wal-Mart parking lot

WAVELAND -- A Louisiana man, arrested in Louisiana, was extradited Monday to Hancock County in the burglary of a Bible and donations intended for a cancer patient.

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Thanksgiving Day family feud turns violent at Kiln trailer park

KILN -- A Thanksgiving Day family gathering at a trailer park turned violent when a Texas man allegedly attacked his sister-in-law with a knife.

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Coroner: Woman found stuffed in trash can in New Orleans stabbed to death

An autopsy has confirmed that a woman whose body was found stuffed inside a trash can in Central City on Wednesday was stabbed to death hours before a city building…

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UPDATE: Power lines out of the road; traffic moving freely in D'Iberville

D'IBERVILLE -- Popps Ferry Road is fully operational again after downed power lines were repaired following a single car collision.

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Thanksgiving Day shoppers gobble up bargains in South Mississippi

Timing is everything on Thanksgiving, when preparing the turkey dinner and when shopping for the bargains.

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Scoreboard: LSU vs. Texas A&M - LIVE

Live Blog Scoreboard: LSU vs. Texas A&M  

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Team Rob: Saints support Rob Ryan despite struggles on defense

NEW ORLEANS — The hardest thing to stomach is that it was a series of self-inflicted wounds.

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Mississippi appeals ruling in gay marriage case

Mississippi's attorney general has filed a formal notice of appeal of federal judge's ruling that overturned the state's ban on same-sex marriage.

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Hundreds in South Mississippi volunteer to feed needy on Thanksgiving

HARRISON COUNTY -- Rashelle Haak feared being home alone on Thanksgiving so she prayed for God to help her find a group to spend the holiday with.

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Woman, grandson escape trailer fire in Harrison County; firefighter injured

HARRISON COUNTY -- When a woman and her 7-year-old grandson woke up Thursday morning to smoke filling their manufactured home on Robyn Drive in Harrison County, neighbors helped them escape…

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Hearing set for man arrested in Gulfport cop's shooting

GULFPORT -- A preliminary hearing is set for Wednesday for the 21-year-old man accused in the attempted murder of a Gulfport police officer over the weekend, said Herman Cox, prosecuting…

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USM has solution for 2015 budget crunch

HATTIESBURG -- The University of Southern Mississippi has announced its plans to eliminate about $6.7 million from its budget through means that focus on keeping job cuts to a minimum.

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1 arrested, 1 at large in Biloxi auto burglaries

BILOXI -- A telltale decal on the rear window of a white Pontiac led to the arrest of a Biloxi man.

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Hancock deputies say Picayune man molested girl for 8 years

Hancock County deputies arrested a Picayune man Monday on charges of molesting a girl numerous times over eight years.

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Thanksgiving by the numbers

Thanksgiving is a holiday of numbers well beyond how many slices of Mom's pumpkin pie you devoured, the number of high school marching bands that appeared on the Macy's Thanksgiving…

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