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Bay St. Louis shooting leaves one injured, one in custody

One person was arrested and another was transported to the hospital after a Sunday morning shooting, police said.

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Almond on Singing River Health System suit: 'I just want what we were promised'

MOSS POINT -- Cynthia Almond wanted to salvage her monthly retirement and those of all her friends and co-workers from Singing River Health System.

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Father, son, deputy, officer and hero: Remembering John Robert Street

GULFPORT -- Friends, family and fellow law enforcement personnel arrived at the First Baptist Church to pay their final respects to Lucedale police officer and George County Sheriff's Deputy John…

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When Stanley the camel is in Biloxi, every day is Hump Day

BILOXI -- Some of Stanley's closest friends say he's quite the ladies' man. He's very tall, has thick brown hair and dark eyes. He enjoys kissing women on the cheek,

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Oyster season isn't sailing smoothly at new Pass Harbor, seafood dealer says

PASS CHRISTIAN -- Seafood dealers say you can't beat the view at the new Pass Christian Harbor, but business is off to a rocky start.

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PATRICK MAGEE: MGM Park can make Biloxi a baseball hub for Gulf Coast

Some on the Coast questioned the feasibility of a new baseball stadium in Biloxi on U.S. 90, but it's growing more apparent that MGM Park has an opportunity to be…

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South wins Blackwell Classic with largest margin of victory in game's history

GULFPORT -- Led By the arm of Brandon quarterback Gardner Minshew, the South cruised to a 48-14 victory in the Bernard Blackwell Classic on Sunday.

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Medicare cuts payments to 721 hospitals with highest rates of infections, injuries

In its toughest crackdown yet on medical errors, the federal government is cutting payments to 721 hospitals for having high rates of infections and other patient injuries, records released Thursday…

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Harrison Central freshman will be a Saints junior captain

Myles Price is a good student, a band member, plans to run track in the spring and is generally well-liked around Harrison Central High School.

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Gulfport water rates set to increase in January

Gulfport residents will soon be paying more for their water, officials said.

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All lanes re-open on Interstate 10 after motorist hits power pole

Motorists hits power pole,

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Biloxi kids get early Christmas, thanks to Santa Wears a Badge

BILOXI -- Santa is usually portrayed in a red suit with a group of helper elves, but Friday in Biloxi, Santa was seen wearing a police uniform with a group…

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Former narcotics chief will run Mississippi prisons

JACKSON -- The former Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics director is set to head the state Department of Corrections, taking over a prison system that has been rocked by bribery charges…

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UPDATE: Head Start centers will stay open despite threat to funding

GULFPORT -- The Gulf Coast Community Action Agency is in danger of losing federal funding for its Head Start program, according to documents obtained by the Sun Herald.

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Coast woman, 78, found unharmed on the interstate

JACKSON COUNTY -- A silver alert has been lifted and the search is over for Janet Tremmel, 78, who had been missing since Thursday night.

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Police: Bay woman 'slashed' man with knife repeatedly while he slept

BAY ST. LOUIS -- Hancock County sheriff's deputies arrested a woman Thursday on an aggravated assault indictment.

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UPDATE: All lanes re-open on Interstate 10 after motorist hits power pole

GULFPORT -- Traffic is open in both directions on Interstate 10 after a motorist hit a power pole near the Canal Road exit.

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ADVOCATE: California lawyer visiting New Orleans brutally beaten in CBD

Bill Callaham, a seasoned trial lawyer from Sacramento, California, has visited New Orleans many times, never fearing for his safety or questioning the prudence of strolling around after dark. And…

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Governor appoints Marshall Fisher to replace Epps as MDOC commissioner

JACKSON -- Governor Phil Bryant has named Marshall L. Fisher as Commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Corrections. Fisher replaces Christopher B. Epps, who resigned Nov. 5, 2014. Fisher will…

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Coroner identifies pedestrian who died after being hit by a car in Gulfport

GULFPORT -- Harrison County Coroner Gary Hargrove released the identity of the man killed after being struck by a southbound vehicle Wednesday on U.S. 49, Gulfport.

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