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The returned of ‘Winter Wonderland’ in Lucedale
Anne Hunt is known for lighting up Lucedale, Mississippi with her beautiful Christmas lights. A few struggles in life forced her to put her display on hold. Now, her grandson decided to shine a light on Christmas this year with a return of this winter wonderland.
Retired Mississippi police dog rescued from animal shelter as handler gets demotion
A Mississippi cop has been demoted from the K9 unit to patrol duty after taking his retired four-legged partner to an animal shelter to be put up for adoption. Ringo sniffed out drugs for the Jackson Police Department for nine years until the dog's retirement this past October. Nevertheless, the Lab
Lucedale students take a journey on the Polar Express
LUCEDALE, MS (WLOX) - It’s a long way from Lucedale, Mississippi to the North Pole, but students from Agricola Elementary found a quicker way to deliver their letters to Old St. Nick. Tuesday, the kindergartners in George County set out on a holiday adventure aboard the Polar Express.
Mississippi Man Gets 15 Years for Fleeing Zombies
GULFPORT, MS (Ben Caxton) — The State of Mississippi wants it to be known that if you’re trying to get away from an attack of Zombies you still have to obey all traffic laws. Or suffer the consequences of becoming one of the undead in a Mississippi jail cell. 32-year-old Shaun Michael Stroud of Kiln
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Truck overturns on Cottage Hill Road
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) -- A pickup truck overturned on Cottage Hill Road. Our crew on the scene saw police searching the vehicle. No word on what caused the crash or if another vehicle was involved. News 5 has reached out to police for details, but we haven't heard back.
Mississippi Segregation Schools Ban Pregnant and LGBTQ Students
Yes, you read that right. In Mississippi, there are schools that ban pregnant and LGBTQ students from attending, according to Huffington Post. Mississippi senator Cindy Hyde-Smith recently revealed that she attended a segregation academy in the past and then later sent her daughter to one. Segregati
BREAKING: Man in wheelchair hit on Dauphin Street
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) -- A man in a wheelchair attempting to cross Dauphin Street was hit by a white car. Police say the person who hit the man stopped and waited for police to arrive. The man was transported to a nearby hospital in an unknown condition.
Armed suspects attempted burglary before West Mobile manhunt
SEMMES, Ala. (WPMI) — Thieves on the prowl. "I had my door jiggled and when I got out here leaving the road and then my neighbor had one in the back of her house. People got out and tried to get into her yard, into her house, and when she saw them they took off," says Betty Tompkins.
Dauphin Island Parade of 3's held today
The Parade of 3's on Dauphin Island Parkway took place Saturday, December 15 at 2 p.m. The parade was hosted by Representatives Barbara Drummond and Adline Clarke as well as Mobile City Councilman C.J. Small.
Bulldogs beat Bearcats in biggest game of Mississippi State's early season
STARKVILLE – The tension inside Humphrey Coliseum circulated through the entire arena when No. 17 Mississippi State hosted Cincinnati on Saturday night. Bulldogs head coach Ben Howland bounced the ball in frustration after a Mississippi State turnover. The Bearcats’ man in charge, Mick Cronin, threw
GALLERY: No. 18 Mississippi State Defeats Cincinnati 70-59
The No. 18 ranked Mississippi State men's basketball team defeated Cincinnati 70-59 Saturday night at home. With the win, the Bulldogs go to 9-1 on the season. The Bulldogs outscored Cincinnati 37-32 in the first half. Freshman Reggie Perry led the Bulldogs in scoring in the half with 10 points.
350 children pick out toys for Christmas
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) -- On Saturday, 350 children celebrated Christmas early this year. They visited Gulf Coast Beads where they picked out a toy purchased by "The Blessing Angels Gifting Tree." Each child who registered received a toy and took home a stocking full of goodies.
Dozen Best New Or Reopened Restaurants In 2018
It may be the happiest season of all, when we survey the best restaurants that appeared in New Orleans for the first time--or came back from the dead. Here is my top dozen such restaurants. The twelve best, because food comes by the dozen. And to give readers a bonus over the standard ten-best that
Mobile police investigating homicide at apartments on Dauphin St.
MOBILE, Ala. - On Saturday, December 15, 2018 at approximately 2 a.m. police responded to South Dauphin Apartments located at 3105 Dauphin Street for a call about one person shot.
Mobile rape suspect asks for youthful offender status in 1989 case
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - Timothy Robinson is asking for youthful offender status in a nearly 30-year-old rape case. Defense attorneys say Robinson was just 17-years old at the time of the alleged crime, which involved a 3-year old child.
Davidson High School student injured in WAVE bus crash earlier this year dies
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — According to a post on theTeam Anthony Facebook page, 16-year-old Anthony LaFrenier has passed away. LaFrenier was severely injured when the car he was riding in was involved in a crash with a WAVE bus on May 16, 2018.
Kids (and adults) hope to catch candy at Escatawpa’s annual Christmas parade
ESCATAWPA, MS (WLOX) - For 56 years, Santa and Mrs. Claus have been waving to the children and those young at heart in Escatawpa during the annual Christmas parade. This year was no different. The only change was the date. Last weekend’s rain may have dampened the fun, forcing organizers to reschedu
Suspect in custody after leading Mobile Police on chase.
The chase started just before 7:00 this morning and ended on Houston Street. One suspect was taken into custody. No word on where the chase started or what started it, and there were no reports of any injuries during the chase.
5 Mobile Area Foreclosures Selling Now
MOBILE, AL — Have a lower price point, but still need to buy a home nearby? Don't rule out the foreclosures on the market. You may just find your dream home in the rough!. Here's a handy list of five new foreclosures on the market near you — many of them surprisingly affordable for their size and lo