These Coast attorneys were allies, but now they’re fighting

Chuck McRae and Oliver Diaz, former Mississippi Supreme Court judges, are suing disbarred attorney Paul Minor in U.S. District Court over legal fees they say Minor and his family owe from a Hurricane Katrina insurance case. McRae and Diaz claim in the federal lawsuit that the Minors reduced the amount owed after receiving $1.6 million from USAA insurance company.

Hosemann, Biloxi at odds again over Margaritaville

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said in a letter to Biloxi that he objects to the city’s attempt to rezone Margaritaville Resort Biloxi and 20 acres surrounding it. The rezoning would make the land no longer a casino site but suitable for family entertainment.

Navy Secretary Mabus satisfied with his meandering career

Ray Mabus was one of William Winter’s ‘Boys of Spring,’ then state auditor and the youngest governor in the nation. President Barack Obama appointed him secretary of the Navy, a job he has held longer than anyone since World War I. Now more time with his family awaits.

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Finding a body was 'pretty traumatizing,' fisherman says

One of the people who found a dead body near Bayou Bernard in Gulfport on Tuesday describes what happened.
Finding a body was 'pretty traumatizing,' fisherman says 1:19

Finding a body was 'pretty traumatizing,' fisherman says

East Central's Tony Brown talks about huge numbers 1:01

East Central's Tony Brown talks about huge numbers

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Sports Guys: Week 7

Former stripper felt like 'a piece of meat,' but would he do it again? 2:09

Former stripper felt like 'a piece of meat,' but would he do it again?