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A wreck between a tour bus and a Saturn at Teagarden and U.S. 90 in Gulfport on Tuesday closed the west bound lanes of 90 while Gulfport police investigated the scene. Gulfport fire department had to extricate the driver of the Saturn, who suffered minor injuries. There were no passengers on the bus.
Take a tour of the Mississippi Phosphates site that was declared a Superfund site in December 2017. The EPA-on site administrator explains how they monitor the site and treat the wastewater that comes from the giant gypsum stacks that the plant generated as waste.
Sun Herald journalists remember Ja’Naya Thompson one year after her killer was sentenced to death. Thompson went missing and was later found dead in July of 2014. Her killer, Alberto Julio Garcia, was sentenced to death.
George County High School baseball player Dylan Eubanks is a cancer survivor who received treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In October he had the idea to raise some money for the facility. He and his teammates have raised more than $6,000, and he and three others promised to shave their heads when they hit $5,000.
Former Ocean Springs Hospital administrator Dwight Rimes wants women in Mississippi to be told by their doctors if they have dense breasts. His wife is now battling Stage IV breast cancer after getting annual screenings as required. She has dense breasts, which make detecting cancer via mammograms more difficult.
Jaxson Shuts, a kindergartner at Lyman Elementary School, was selected by Kidds' Kids for an all-expense trip to Walt Disney World. He and his family will be leaving on November 6. The late nationally-syndicated radio host Kidd Kraddick's program provides chronically or terminally ill children and their families an opportunity to enjoy a week of fun at Disney World.
Kelvin Fairley and his wife, Natasha Krikorian, respond to police video released Wednesday evening by Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania of them being mistakenly pulled over and held at gunpoint last weekend.