Judy Johnson of Gulfport disputes some of the findings in a grand jury report that found "no criminal conduct" by the Harrison County Sheriff's Department officers on Nov. 20, 2017 when they shot and killed Johnson's 15-year-old grandson Seth.
Seth Johnson was 15 when he died in an encounter with law enforcement. His grandmother had made every effort to have his mental health issues treated, but his fear of being put away in an institution was too great.
An aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans medevacs a man with a leg injury from a vessel near Chandeleur Islands, Louisiana, May 10, 2018. The person was taken to a hospital in Gulfport, Mississippi, in stable condition
Beauvoir in Biloxi first allowed paranormal investigators to explore the property in 2014. Now the last home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis hosts regular events for "sceptical scientific" investigation of the grounds.
Saucier Fire, along with the Harrison County Fire Service and the Harrison County Sheriffs Department, responded to a camper trailer fire in Saucier on Mississippi 67 near Gartman Road early Monday. The occupant was not injured.
Community Bank held a ceremony to begin the demolition of the old federal courthouse on Lameuse Street in downtown Biloxi on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. The bank will build their new headquarters on the lot.
Rodgerick Wiggins has been a dancer almost his entire life, since his mother brought him into Kelli's Steps School of Dance when he was two years old. He now is an instructor and also a member of the Biloxi Police Department.
A man named Father Jesus wants property in Gulfport rezoned to build a church called The Saints of the Most High. He considers himself the embodiment of Christ and says a woman’s beauty is “righteous.”
Harrison County has invested millions in an industrial park that has no tenants, has produced no jobs and seems to have few prospects. It has been marketed heavily. For example, in 2016 they spent $50,000 for a promotional video on the park to att
Best friends Nana, a 7-year-old bull mastiff, and Spunky, a 1-year-old terrier mix, came into the Humane Society of South Mississippi together as a bonded pair, needing to be adopted together. Their picture was posted to the organization's Faceboo