Ben Bennight of D’Iberville contacted the FBI about a comment on one of his YouTube videos in September. That comment was made by someone with the same name as the man accused in the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Florida. Bennight, a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, said “evil people will do evil things,” and guns are not to blame.
Do you know what to do if you accidentally dial 911? Do you know what information is crucial in an emergency? Here's what you need to know in North Texas to get the police, fire or ambulance service you need fast.
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.
Parabon Nanolabs, a Virginia-based company, uses genetic traits from DNA samples to predict the suspect's physical appearance, including ancestry, hair and eye color. The technology could help police solve cold cases.
Three of the jurors in Carmon Sue Brannan’s manslaughter trial in George County blame one juror who refused to vote to convict, leaving the jury deadlocked at 11-1. The trial ended in a mistrial. Brannan, a nurse at the George County Regional Correctional Facility, had been accused of failing to provide medical aid to William Joel Dixon, an inmate who died in September 2014.
Stephen Hagin was raised by his grandparents after his parents left him as a child. He had a normal childhood until, his relatives say, he began to change. He dropped out of high school and soon landed in juvenile detention. Eventually he became addicted to meth and is now in prison as a habitual offender.
The Ocean Springs Police Department is asking the public to help identify a man who dumped out the contents of a purse into a trash can on Nov. 20 at Bao Wow's service station in Ocean Springs. Police say the contents of the purse contained items from several auto burglaries in the city. If you can identify the driver of the vehicle, call the Ocean Springs Police Department at 228-875-2211.
Stephanie Morris of the Cypress Pointe neighborhood off of Canal Road in Harrison County wonders if there should be more involvement among the families in her neighborhood to provide support for each other. “there was a problem, and I wish we could have helped,” she said.
It's been three years since now-Long Beach Mayor George Bass found his sister-in-law, Kimberly Watts, dead in her Long Beach home in November 2014. Watts' death was ruled a homicide, but there have been no suspects identified or arrests made in the case. This is a file video from 2015 shot by former Sun Herald photographer Tim Isbell.