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Ten years ago, mass protests demanding freedom and dignity rocked the Arab World and for a while, hope soared that decades of decay and dictatorship were coming to an end. But internal divisions, foreign intervention, war and authoritarians who stopped at nothing to seize or cling to power d…

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One person is dead following an officer-involved shooting early this morning in Gulfport. Gulfport police say officers responded at about 1:40 a.m. to a 911 call reporting a domestic dispute in the 100 block of David Street. The suspect was pronounced dead on scene. Gulfport Police Chief Chr…

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The TikTok app has become an unlikely yet attention-grabbing tool for activism and education. Sofia Ongele and Jackie James are young tech-savvy activists using social media to educate their massive followings about BLM. Watch to see how they each use a combination of humor, research, and a …

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Israel has a world-beating coronavirus vaccine program: where other countries have struggled, the country has given at least one dose of the vaccine to almost 50 percent of the target population of over 16-year-olds. CNN's Sam Kiley visits a vaccine distribution center to show how Israel is …

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Holding the course syllabus, I stared at the list of unfamiliar writers: James Baldwin, Amiri Baraka, Ralph Ellison, Zora Neale Hurston, Jean Toomer, Langston Hughes, Lorraine Hansberry

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As temperatures are set to continue to fall throughout the end of next week, with chances of snow in the forecast, The Sons of The American Legion and the American Legion Riders have the community covered through the icy days ahead.

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BOSTON — The Red Sox have traded outfielder Andrew Benintendi to the Royals in a three-team deal with the Mets that will send outfielder Franchy Cordero and pitcher Josh Winckowski to the Red Sox along with three players to be named later, according to a team announcement. Boston will receive two players to be named later from Kansas City and one from New York.

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Local gun shop owner reacts to a proposed new gun tax.

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Tennessee lawmakers considering transgender sports bill as Gov. Lee says transgender athletes would destroy women's sports.

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Blood is always in need and especially now because of the coronavirus, so students at Gautier High School decided to host a blood drive. The students incorporated a blood drive with a fundraiser to help those in the community and help raise money to go towards scholarships for students. Each…

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People Across the Coast continue to mourn the loss of their friend local businessman William Lee Brumfield. Pastor Nick Peeples said, "When I got the news, it was disbelief at first. No, that couldn't be." Those who knew William Lee Brumfield are still in shock following his death Tuesday mo…

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We seem more involved in politics and government than ever before, but educators say we actually are less schooled on Civics (or how government works) than previous generations. So does Civics matter?

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You can get a ticket to ride, for free, if you get into the Mardi Gras spirit next Tuesday. February 16th is Fat Tuesday and while there won’t be any parades winding down South Mississippi streets, the Coast Transit Authority is rolling out an incentive to get folks into the Mardi Gras spiri…

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Mardi Gras parades and festivities have been canceled along the Coast, but that did not stop Harrison Central High School from keeping the Mardi Gras spirit rolling. Mardi Gras parades and festivities have been canceled along the Coast but that did not stop Harrison Central High School from …

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Today in Long Beach at the West Harrison Civic Center first dose COVID-19 vaccines were given to patients 65 and older and anyone 18 years or older with underlying health condition. Memorial prepared to give 600 first dose COVID vaccines. Patients had to schedule an appointment prior to arri…

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WASHINGTON — Oklahoma farmers expressed optimism about the Senate’s 51-49 vote to uphold the Trump administration’s Navigable Waters Protection Rule, which replaced an Obama-era regulation farmers feared would lead to costly litigation and limit water use on their own land.

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Some restaurants took a double whammy hit last year due to Zeta and the COVID pandemic. Restaurants are among the most adversely-impacted industries overall, especially when it comes to COVID restrictions and guidelines. A number of local restaurants are struggling just to stay afloat, but p…

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The Small Business Administration has approved more than $12.5 million in low interest loans to help Mississippians recovering from Hurricane Zeta. These are latest numbers today, according to the United States SBA. The money stems from 449 loans in Mississippi approved so far by the SBA thr…

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Burdell-Hunt Elementary teamed up with One Macon to learn about how they can make the community a better place

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We hear from educators about Hamilton County returning to classrooms next week.

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The House impeachment managers showed new violent and graphic security footage of the Capitol riot as part of their case against former President Donald Trump. CNN's Wolf Blitzer poses the question of the evidence's efficacy in convincing skeptical Senate Republicans to convict Trump.

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Many people are turning to online dating, the Better Business Bureau and the Bibb County Sheriff's Office wants to make sure you stay safe

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A Biloxi man is wanted in a shooting that occurred in the Benndale Community on Sunday, February 7th. Police say he is considered armed and dangerous. Eighteen-year-old Harold Latrell Edwards of Biloxi is wanted for one count of aggravated assault and one count of shooting into a motor vehic…

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A teenager has been charged with running over another teen last week near Ringgold. Today we learn how the Heritage High victim is recovering.

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THE PUSH TO LEGALIZE HISTORICAL HORSE RACING MACHINES HAS CLEARED ANOTHER HUDLE. TODAY... A HOUSE COMMITTEE PASSED A BILL THAT WOULD PUT THESE MACHINES UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING.

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