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William Carey University and the New Hope Foundation will establish a center on the school's Biloxi campus to provide specialized educational services for youth with autism as well as training for local teachers, officials announced.
GULFPORT -- The sentencing of the former director of the Gulf Coast Community Action Agency in Gulfport and two contractors on bribery charges has been reset again, this time on July 1.
NEW ORLEANS -- Café Du Monde will buy Evans Creole Candy Factory and expand its operations into the French Market candy shop in the coming months, the famed beignet shops president said Wednesday.
PASCAGOULA -- It was an all-out war Wednesday that challenged the creativity of 16 teens vying to the best designer in the Pascagoula Public Library's first cupcake-decorating competition.
Harrison County firefighters battled a mobile home fire late Wednesday night.
BELLE CHASSE, La. -- Plaquemines Parish prosecutors are accusing a Navy Reserve seaman and his wife of killing their 3 ½-month-old daughter and abusing their other children.
After 11 years as principal of Biloxi High School and an entire career spent in the district, Pamela Manners is done.
BRADENTON, Fla. -- A woman who was convicted of having sex on a Florida beach will not spend any more time in jail.
GULFPORT -- A Gulfport man is awaiting trial on federal criminal charges in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine and heroin in Harrison County, U.S. District Court records show.
HANCOCK COUNTY -- A fire at a storage unit in Bay St. Louis had firefighters battling the flames for more than four hours Tuesday night, authorities said.
BILOXI -- Bay St. Louis native and former CNN reporter Kathleen Koch shared Katrina stories Wednesday with a roomful of survivors, who have their own stories of destruction and resilience in the 10 years since the Hurricane Katrina.
Drs. Christopher and Kinyatta Bennett, both Coast dentists, had one dream -- to open a dental practice together. It seemed that dream was coming true. The couple had bought land in Gulfport and hired a contractor.
After four years of keeping tuition steady, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College will increase rates by $250 for next school year.
Omar Gonzalez is thought to have drowned Sunday after wading into water that once had a warning sign
BILOXI -- Mayor Andrew "FoFo" Gilich said Wednesday the MGM Park won't be ready for the Shuckers' first game June 6.