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MOSS POINT -- Cynthia Almond wanted to salvage her monthly retirement and those of all her friends and co-workers from Singing River Health System.
Only on Christmas Eve do you see elves and reindeer hustle faster than they did on Saturday at the third annual Reindeer Run 5K in Gulfport's Jones Park.
A man walking with his girlfriend on Bourbon Street Sunday morning was shot in the arm and leg during an argument with an unidentified male, New Orleans police said.
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, being social and eating his fruits and vegetables.
TUPELO -- Joseph Maher will never forget Dec. 23, 2013, even though he cannot remember most of the day.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., used one of his last hearings as chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee to review how VA has had to ration a break-through medicine that cures hepatitis C, a liver virus infecting 174,000 veterans, because a course of treatment -- 84 pills over 12 weeks -- costs...
NEW ORLEANS -- In Whitney Stewart's latest picture book, "A Catfish Tale," echoes of an age-old fairy tale spring to life.
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Jail saved Winkie's life, and a companion dog half the muscular pooch's size is keeping him calm.
The Meridian/Lauderdale County Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People at 3 p.m. today will host a Black Life Matters prayer vigil at Meridian City Hall.
GAUTIER -- It's a Monday morning at Gautier High School, and three teenage girls are talking about their weekends. Instead of discussing Taylor Swift's latest song or what they posted to Instagram, though, they are immersed in another topic: their children.