Storm clouds rolling onto the Mississippi Gulf Coast almost ruined Dulce Gonzalez’s wedding day. Cynthia Strunk watched the setup from her beachfront house in Pascagoula MS and offered her home for the ceremony.
Three Singing River Health System doctors filed a report with top brass over the alleged “inappropriate” diagnoses of multiple sclerosis patients the same month an investigation began into Dr. Terry Millette’s diagnoses of Jackson County MS patients.
Marie Carla Delrio of Moss Point MS was found safe, according to Jackson County Sheriff's Department. She was hospitalized as of Sunday. She had last been seen Tuesday at her home on Bayou Cumbest Road driving a black Dodge Dakota pickup.
The Pascagoula Fire Department responded to a grease fire at the Krystal's fast food restaurant on Denny Avenue on Friday morning. The restaurant had a similar incident Thursday night, revealing grease buildup in the fire suppression system.
Bryant Chapman, 2, of Vancleave MS died Thursday morning after drowning in a pond on his grandparents' property on Mississippi 57 Wednesday afternoon, said Jackson County Sheriff Mike Ezell. The drowning was ruled accidental.
Police believe a second woman was involved in the June 19 armed robbery of the Family Dollar store on Main Street in Moss Point. The alleged robber, Dasia Monique Davis, has been arrested. Police say Davis wore a "Deadpool" backpack.
Mississippi Coast residents are asked to be on the lookout for Maxine Goldman, a missing woman seen in Moss Point early Thursday night. A Silver Alert has been issued for the Jones County woman, who lives in Moselle.
Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann started the bidding June 27 for an online auction to sell 376 tax forfeited properties in Jackson County MS. The deadline is July 25 to bid on the lots valued at $1.6 million.
The Jackson County School District MS is amending policies and adding new to ensure an incident like the assault on St. Martin special education student is reported to the Mississippi Department of Education.
The city of Ocean Springs MS will try to make Mississippi Rising Coalition pay the legal fees the city rang up defending a suit over Mississippi's flag. A federal judge tossed the suit Tuesday and the flag continues to fly at City Hall.
The third Taco Sombrero Mexican restaurant on the Coast is coming to the Shoppes at Washington Avenue in Jackson County, outside Ocean Springs. The shopping center is under construction near exit 50 of I-10.
The Mississippi Department of Education says it has no authority to impose disciplinary action against the Jackson County superintendent regarding the district's failure to report the assault of a disabled student on a school bus.