He only had $50 after Katrina -- here's why he spent it at Dolly's
Kacey Peterson of Dolly's Quick Stop shares an emotional story of a man with only $50 to spend after Hurricane Katrina. Dolly's opened two days after Katrina made landfall in South Mississippi, becoming a safe haven for Hancock Countians.
Jorden Blosser is graduating from Pass Christian High. He's the first out transgender student to do so. His journey was difficult at times, but he's graduating with honors and a full ride to a prestigious private college in Kentucky.
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.
Mississippi State's new head football coach Joe Moorhead was in Biloxi with the MSU Road Dawgs Tour talking about his move from Penn State to the Southeastern Conference. Coach talks about defense and wide receiver Austin Williams of Ocean Springs.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer talks about his recruiting class coming off of a NCAA championship season. Schaefer said he is very excited about Daphne White of St. Martin and is looking to win another title.
Jackson County school superintendent Barry Amacker was paying attention to his phone, not Holly Fedele during most of her six-plus-minute comments on Monday. School board members and others are shown giving Fedele their full attention.