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Federal program fraud trial in Gulfport delayed

GULFPORT -- The trial of three people accused of federal program fraud has been moved from a September court calendar to one that starts Nov. 3.

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Pierre Thomas hopes for big game against Colts

Saints running back Pierre Thomas has made a pro career out of doing more than what's expected of him, despite the competition in front of him -- defenders or teammates…

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Doctor, two men get new indictment in Biloxi-based pill ring case

GULFPORT -- A new indictment doubles the charges of a doctor accused of conspiring with Biloxi casino workers to distribute illegal prescription pills and lists 13 instances of alleged drug…

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Drug Bust: Hancock County arrests 14, finds meth, pills, wanted sex offender

Hancock County officials had a busy day Friday, making 13 arrests on varying drug charges.

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Live: Click here for the latest South Mississippi prep football updates

Follow Sun Herald's live coverage of Friday night football season opening games.

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UPDATE: Vehicle fire blocking westbound traffic on I-10 in Jackson County

JACKSON COUNTY -- Authorities are responding to a vehicle fire in the westbound lane of Interstate 10 near mile-marker 74, Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesman Benjamin Seibert said.

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Gulfport man arrested on third DUI charge, this time a felony

GULFPORT -- Police arrested 42-year-old Henry Ray Holmes, of Gulfport, Wednesday on a felony charge of driving under the influence.

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Do you know this man? Gulfport police searching for Dollar General armed robbery suspect

GULFPORT -- Authorities are searching for a 28-year-old Gulfport man believed to have robbed the Dollar General at 14443 Creosote Road at gunpoint on Sunday.

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Contributions, adoption offers pour in for injured Jackson County beagle

OCEAN SPRINGS -- Faith's medical bills are covered, thanks to the kindness of strangers.

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Coming Sunday: The hottest day of the year in South Mississippi?

For many Coast residents the end of August marks the last chance to enjoy summer activities, but this weekend those outdoor activities could turn dangerous.

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Tropical wave not expected to threaten US

Tropical wave not expected to threaten US…

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Moss Point residents vocal in protest of mayor's veto of chief

MOSS POINT -- More than 150 people stood on the steps of City Hall on Thursday to protest Mayor Billy Broomfield's veto of the Board of Aldermen's selection of Calvin…

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Gulfport woman suspected of assaulting year-old child

GULFPORT -- Police have arrested a 24-year-old Gulfport woman on a felony child abuse charge alleging she assaulted her year-old baby at William Bell Apartments on 65th Avenue.

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TB confirmed in two Tunica casino employees

Two employees working at separate casinos in Tunica have confirmed cases of active tuberculosis, the Mississippi State Department of Health confirmed Thursday.

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Picayune man gets prison in child-porn case

POPLARVILLE -- A judge has sentenced Edwin Dean Pauly, 59, of Picayune, to prison for exploitation of a child through pornographic pictures.

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Firefighters limit damage at Harrison County auto parts business

HARRISON COUNTY -- Firefighters kept damage to a minimum after a fuel tank caught fire at Barry's U Pull It Auto Parts in Harrison County on Thursday evening.

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Emerald Coast Golf Tour comes to Coast on Sept. 13-15

The Emerald Coast Golf Tour is coming to the Coast with the Golden Nugget Tour Championship, which will held Sept. 13-15 at Hickory Hill Country Club in Gautier.

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Laverne Cox inspires a gay journalist in South Mississippi

As a gay man from Kiln, Mississippi, I couldn’t relate more to Laverne Cox. My job as a journalist is to report what is going on in the world from…

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Moss Point looks to reverse trend in 'Battle of Cats'

MOSS POINT --First-year Moss Point head coach Willie Brown doesn't have to do much historical research on today's opponent, rival Pascagoula. He's reminded constantly by members of community about what…

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Kiln man loses appeal of molestation conviction

The Mississippi Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal from a Kiln man sentenced to serve 15 years in prison for molesting a 5-year-old girl.

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