Gulfport police patrolman Mike Hauler was photographed picking up a kitten in the middle of the road after it had been hit by a car. Hauler was turning around to pick up the kitten when it was hit by a car.
A prayer vigil was held at noon today outside city hall in support of unity and Mayor Andrew “FoFo” Gilich’s decision to remove the state flag from all city buildings. The weekly city council meeting is at 6 p.m.
After Sunherald.com published a video about a Pass Christian Police detective trying to find the owners of items found during the Hurricane Katrina cleanup, a former Pass Christian resident recognized the name and reached a surviving relative. She and a friend offer fond memories of Arnold LaForce.
Church dignitaries, congregation members, family and friends attended the Episcopal Ordination and Installation of Bishop-elect Louis F. Kihneman III as the fourth Bishop of Biloxi on Friday, April 28, 2017.
Participants in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life launch sky lanterns during the 2014 event at Biloxi High School. The 2017 event is Friday, April 28 at the Barksdale Pavilion at Jones Park.
Pass Christian police detective Michael Burkett is going through the found items turned into the police and trying to reunite them with their owners. There is a whole section of the department’s evidence vault of found Katrina items.
Biloxi spokesman Vincent Creel explains Mayor Andrew "FoFo" Gilich's order that all city facilities should fly the United State's flag exclusively, not the state or city flag. Gilich learned of the inconsistencies on Saturday, April 22, 2017, at an NAACP and League of Women Voters forum for political candidates.
Editor's note: In the video, Vincent Creel says 7.5 million people visit Biloxi each year. That number should be 5.7 million.
Video by Amanda McCoy/Sun Herald