Medal of Honor recipient Private First Class Ralph Johnson is the namesake of the guided missile destroyer DDG 114. His courage inspiring valor and selfless devotion to duty were in keeping with the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service. He gallantly gave his life for his country.
In October 2017, while reporting on the gypsum piles at Mississippi Phosphates, Sun Herald reporters observed smoke and flames coming from the Chevron Refinery in Moss Point. Chevron declined to explain what the incident was.
To the disappointment of some of the city’s residents, Keith Davis resigned as Moss Point Police Chief in June 2014 to become Chief of Patrol for the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources. In February, 2018, Davis returned to Moss Point to take over a department that has had gone through three chiefs since he left.
Former Moss Point resident David Wright tells people gathered at a press conference at Moss Point City Hall that they are part of the problem with the city’s crime if they don’t help police when they know something about a crime.
Moss Point Mayor Mario King, Jackson County Sheriff Mike Ezell and District Attorney Tony Lawrence held a press conference Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, at City Hall to speak out against recent acts of violence in the city.
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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.
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.
Sophia Myers died Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, less than a month from her eighth birthday. She had been diagnosed in February with DIPG, a rare form of brain cancer. Sophia captured the hearts of people across South Mississippi and the country as she bravely fought against the fatal disease while her parents, Angel and Josh Myers, did all they could to make her final days happy and comfortable.