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 br
Angel Myers says her faith in God has been strengthened since her seven-year-old daughter, Sophia, was diagnosed with DIPG, a fatal brain cancer. Myers said she wants something good to come of her illness.
Parents of three children diagnosed with DIPG, a rare brain cancer, wonder if their proximity to the Ocean Springs community is a factor. Two of the three have died in the last eight years and the third is in hospice care.
A group of Sophia Myers’ friends gathered to make a video for her to let her know how much they loved her and missed her while she was battling a rare brain cancer. Myers was diagnosed in February with DIPG when she was seven.
Sophia and Josh Myers have had to make many difficult decisions about the treatment for their daughter, Sophia, who was diagnosed with DIPG in February. There are several hospitals that are doing studies on different treatments for the disease, bu
This is Diagnosis: Death, a seven-month Sun Herald investigation into DIPG, an inoperable brain tumor that has affected at least three children in Jackson County. The series publishes on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency Saturday morning as Subtropical Storm Alberto heads toward the Gulf of Mexico. The storm is expected to drench the state through the holiday weekend.
The first named storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season has officially formed over the northwestern Caribbean Sea. The National Hurricane Center upgraded the tropical disturbance to Subtropical Storm Alberto around 10:00 a.m. Friday, May 25.
There is only a 25 percent chance of a below normal 2018 Atlantic hurricane season according to NOAA. With a 75 percent chance of either a near-normal or above normal season, NOAA gives its advice on how to stay safe.