More Videos

Pass Christian rallies to help stranded veteran get his boat back 1:48

Pass Christian rallies to help stranded veteran get his boat back

Banned books that shaped American literature 2:08

Banned books that shaped American literature

Bozo’s burglar falls on mopped floor, not once, not twice… 1:16

Bozo’s burglar falls on mopped floor, not once, not twice…

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism 1:44

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism

Superintendent cuts interview short when asked about pulling 'To Kill a Mockingbird' 1:32

Superintendent cuts interview short when asked about pulling 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

Expect a physical game when HCHS takes on Hancock this Friday 2:48

Expect a physical game when HCHS takes on Hancock this Friday

Southern Miss coach Jay Hopson discusses North Texas loss 5:21

Southern Miss coach Jay Hopson discusses North Texas loss

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse 1:15

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse

Students inspire Bay teacher to do something special for them 2:08

Students inspire Bay teacher to do something special for them

Casinos are in a 'great crab war' 1:29

Casinos are in a 'great crab war'

  • FunTime surprised by property owner's withdraw of zoning request

    The Gulfport property owners for a proposed FunTime USA amusement park withdraw their request for rezoning of the property at a Gulfport City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. ,Co-owners Romy Simpson and Rafe O'Neal say they are moving ahead with plans to rebuild the popular attraction Hurricane Katrina destroyed.

The Gulfport property owners for a proposed FunTime USA amusement park withdraw their request for rezoning of the property at a Gulfport City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. ,Co-owners Romy Simpson and Rafe O'Neal say they are moving ahead with plans to rebuild the popular attraction Hurricane Katrina destroyed. Amanda McCoy Sun Herald
The Gulfport property owners for a proposed FunTime USA amusement park withdraw their request for rezoning of the property at a Gulfport City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. ,Co-owners Romy Simpson and Rafe O'Neal say they are moving ahead with plans to rebuild the popular attraction Hurricane Katrina destroyed. Amanda McCoy Sun Herald

A new wall to climb for Humpty Dumpty, FunTime USA

June 22, 2016 8:52 PM

More Videos

Pass Christian rallies to help stranded veteran get his boat back 1:48

Pass Christian rallies to help stranded veteran get his boat back

Banned books that shaped American literature 2:08

Banned books that shaped American literature

Bozo’s burglar falls on mopped floor, not once, not twice… 1:16

Bozo’s burglar falls on mopped floor, not once, not twice…

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism 1:44

More NFL players sit, take a knee following Trump criticism

Superintendent cuts interview short when asked about pulling 'To Kill a Mockingbird' 1:32

Superintendent cuts interview short when asked about pulling 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

Expect a physical game when HCHS takes on Hancock this Friday 2:48

Expect a physical game when HCHS takes on Hancock this Friday

Southern Miss coach Jay Hopson discusses North Texas loss 5:21

Southern Miss coach Jay Hopson discusses North Texas loss

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse 1:15

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse

Students inspire Bay teacher to do something special for them 2:08

Students inspire Bay teacher to do something special for them

Casinos are in a 'great crab war' 1:29

Casinos are in a 'great crab war'

  • Pass Christian rallies to help stranded veteran get his boat back

    Navy Veteran Rob Adams watched Tuesday as a crew from J.E. Borries Inc. of Pascagoula lifted his boat off the pier at the Pass Christian Harbor where it has been stranded for more than a week after the storm surge from Hurricane Nate left him stranded. Adams had taken a friend’s boat to safe harbor before the storm and wasn’t able to rescue his. The community has rallied around Adams to help him get his boat back and get an place to live on land.