Alice Wittman and her husband, Frank, have been season ticket holders since the New Orleans Saints team was born Nov. 1, 1967. She talks about how they first bought tickets and the early years at Tulane Stadium. This season marks the 50th anniversary of the franchise.
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Saints fans for 50 years
Drew Brees talks about his team's makeover since last playoff appearance
Listen to the song behind the Sean Payton dance craze
Minnesota Vikings surprise nearly 100-year-old fan with playoff tickets
Saints players congratulate Jarrius Robertson
Saints players visit Biloxi
Vick Ballard talks about future with Saints
Video: Deuce McAllister hoping for better from Saints, Ole Miss next season
A man named Father Jesus wants to build a church in Gulfport
She went from washing dishes at a Biloxi casino to designing clothes for NOLA Fashion Week
How does Mississippi's restaurant inspection grading work?
Listen to the song musician Shamarr Allen recorded titled "Sean Payton," which has inspired a dance craze among fans. The song was recorded after the Saints beat the Carolina Panthers in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs.
Numerous former Saints players were present at a fundraiser at MGM Park to raise money for a new Saints hall of fame facility on Saturday, July 9, 2016. Fans were able to get autographs and photos with the players, which included Morten Anderson, Tyrone Hughes, Jim Dombrowksi and more.
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.”
Nadine Hancock is a clothing designer in Gulfport that is known for her prom dresses and African-inspired designs. She came to South Mississippi 18 years ago, working at the Beau Rivage and then as a hair stylist. She eventually returned to sewing as a way to feel closer to her mother. Now, she is one of the 10 finalists in the annual Top Design Competition, presented by New Orleans Fashion Week.
Find everything you need to know about Mississippi's restaurant and food facility inspection grading system, including the State Department of Health's guidelines to food safety, and the rating system that reflects critical violations.
Courtney Gessford, 28, of Sacramento, Calif. lived out a dream when she was "showered" with puppies from the Front Street Animal Shelter. Gessford, who has been battling cancer for three years, said she felt like she was “in a dream.” Her family thought this would be a great way to lift her spirits.
Harrison County Fire Marshal Pat Sullivan shows how a hoverboard melted the side of a house in Saucier on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. He says four or five hoverboards have caused fires throughout Mississippi, and typically the cheaper off-brand hoverboards cause fires or explosions.
Markey Johnny Tanner was sentenced on Tuesday, March 20, 2018, in Biloxi, Mississippi, for the DUI causing death of Megan DeKleinhans and leaving the scene of the accident. Megan's parents were present and made a statement before the judge.