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No debate, Palazzo says to Taylor's hand-delivered challenge

GULFPORT -- U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo said he would not debate the man he beat in 2010 -- longtime South Mississippi U.S. Rep. Gene Taylor -- after Taylor called for…

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Moss Point's Booker to compete in Jordan Brand Classic today

Moss Point basketball star Devin Booker will again get to compete today alongside the nation's top high school seniors.

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Spring break ready to spread out across South Mississippi beach

BILOXI -- Beachfront traffic is likely to be congested this weekend as the Mississippi Gulf Coast Spring Break coincides with the Crawfish Music Festival at the Coast Coliseum.

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Skateboarders protest Biloxi closing of skate park by scaling fences

BILOXI -- A swarm of skateboarders descended on the Harrison County Skate Park & Hockey Complex on Thursday to protest its closing.

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'An ongoing disaster:' South Mississippi still suffers 4 years after BP spill

BILOXI -- Sunday will mark the four-year anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and people in South Mississippi are still feeling the effects of what's been called the…

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Former Ocean Springs nurse will serve 15 years for child porn

PASCAGOULA -- A former nurse at Ocean Springs Hospital will serve 15 full years for downloading thousands of images of children engaged in sex acts.

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Alabama man gets prison for wetlands violations in Hancock County

GULFPORT -- A real estate developer from Fairhope, Ala., has been sentenced to prison, fined and ordered to make restitution for violating the Clean Water Act near Bay St. Louis.

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Pascagoula police hunt armed robber

PASCAGOULA -- Police are asking for help to identify a man who robbed at gunpoint 3G's convenience store on Telephone Road.

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Man misses trial, convicted of drug distribution in Gulfport

GULFPORT -- A Harrison County jury convicted Michael Leroy Knight on drug distribution charges even though he failed to return to his trial.

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Woman will testify against husband in Diamondhead bank robbery

BAY ST. LOUIS -- Prosecutors said a Louisiana woman has admitted her role in the armed robbery of Keesler Federal Credit Union in Diamondhead and has agreed to testify at…

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Tennessee a better fit for Tyndall than other job openings

Southern Miss basketball coach Donnie Tyndall being linked to the Tennessee job opening should come as no surprise to USM fans, and it's hard to believe that he wouldn't listen…

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Sheriff confident 1974 murder of Bay St. Louis teen will be solved

Mary Ann Favre, 15, found shotin the head in Henderson Point…

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Motivated South Mississippi Marine reflects on boot camp

D'IBERVILLE -- As he stood towering over a preschool class at Sacred Heart Elementary School, it was clear there's something different about E.J. Nunez, whose story made the front page…

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MBI probes fatal officer-involved shooting in Stone County

STONE COUNTY -- The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is reviewing an officer-involved shooting that killed a Stone County man at the home the man shared with his mother in the…

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Smith brothers remembered as loving jokesters

JACKSON COUNTY -- Paul and Roy Smith were big jokesters, outdoorsmen and handymen. More important, though, both were family men who lived for their grandchildren.

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Taylor challenges Palazzo to debate

Gene Taylor, the former congressman who lost that seat to Rep. Steven Palazzo, said he is challenging Palazzo to a debate.

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US stock market ends higher as earnings pour in

Corporate earnings pushed U.S. stocks mostly higher on Thursday, but it wasn't an easy ride up.

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How the Dow Jones industrial average fared

Stocks closed mostly higher Thursday as upbeat earnings news from several large U.S. companies encouraged investors.

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US stock market mostly higher as earnings pour in

Stocks are mostly higher on Wall Street as upbeat earnings news from several big U.S. companies encouraged investors.

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Miss. legalizing marijuana extract as medicine

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has signed a bill to legalize a marijuana extract to be used as medicine under tightly controlled circumstances.

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