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QAnon's main conspiracy theory claims dozens of politicians and A-list celebrities work in tandem with governments around the globe to engage in child sex abuse. Followers also believe there is a "deep state" effort to annihilate former President Donald Trump. New York Times editor Stuart Th…

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Born in Berlin in 1930, Irene Butter endured the horrors of the Holocaust as a Jewish child coming of age in Nazi-occupied Europe. As the world pauses to remember the genocide that killed millions of Jews, Butter tells CNN's Clarissa Ward that we must stay vigilant to preserve democratic ins…

A reason to celebrate at England's Rose Lodge Care Home — today is vaccine day. After a Covid-19 outbreak left half the residents sick and four dead, this first dose has brought new hope for a way out of the deadly pandemic that has killed more than 100,000 in the UK. CNN's Salma Abdelaziz reports.

In Pascagoula, a 20-year staff member of the Boys and Girls Club passed away. Yesterday, the club held a memorial remembering him and the lives he touched. Club members and staff held a memorial for James Davis, remembering all the good times and the lives he’s impacted while working and men…

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Lexington mayor, Linda Gorton, says the city has come out of a historic year with so much to be proud of. But not everyone agrees with the positive outlook she painted today in her state of the citycounty address.

Some people who live in Georgetown are petitioning the city to fix what they say are dangerous road conditions on Old Oxford Road

Over the past couple of years, the participation in teacher education programs across the nation has been down up to 35 percent, creating a teacher shortage especially here in the Mississippi. To help out with the shortage, William Carey University has teamed up with Pearl River Community Co…

Moss Point Mayor Mario King is searching for answers and asking the community to come forward and help tackling the recent crime happening within the city. Tonight, he held a virtual town hall meeting, accompanied by police, aldermen, and local leaders in the community to address the issues …

It’s been over a week since the fatal officer-involved shooting in Biloxi that claimed the life of 48-year-old Reginald Johnson and community members are now asking for more information on the investigation. Family and friends of Reginald Johnson organized at the site of his death in a Prote…

We talk to a couple of local restaurant operators who say the Covid-19 struggle is just as tough now as it ever has been.

In Pascagoula, a 20-year staff member of the Boys and Girls Club passed away. Yesterday, the club held a memorial remembering him and the lives he touched. Club members and staff held a memorial for James Davis, remembering all the good times and the lives he’s impacted while working and men…

The Mississippi Aquarium welcomes homeschool families and groups to visit, explore, and participate in hands-on educational activities. The Mississippi Aquarium welcomes at-home learners to Homeschool Day for families to enjoy. Education Program Analyst Lauren Fuller said, “They seem to real…

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It’s time for our Pet of the Week! Today we have Rose, a female labshepherd mix who is about four-years-old. She is great on a leash, good with dogs and kids, sits on command and shakes paws. She loves everyone she meets and is such a calm girl. Rose also loves the water. Rose is $65 to adop…

Cornhole is a game that’s been sweeping the nation in recent years and growing in popularity. It’s not just a game to a McHenry family who have earned titles and money from this world-wide sport. Chris Cobb is a good sport. The McHenry father used to tinker on cars here, but gave up his shop…

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At the Biloxi City Council Meeting today, council members voted in favor of golf carts on the Biloxi streets. The citizens of Biloxi can now cruise down streets with a speed limit of 25 miles per hour or lower. You can now enjoy the breeze on the Mississippi Coast while driving your golf car…

A northwest Georgia lawmaker will push his bill again to give in-state tuition to DACA (dreamers) in the state.

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Mayor Linda Gorton gave her State of the City address, but some activists are unhappy with her take on the situation

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The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Texas slightly jumped Tuesday, after nearly a week of declining counts as the state nears the end of what has been its deadliest month of the pandemic.

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Governor Tate Reeves says the state is “unconquerable” after a year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic and other disasters. He made the assessment during his State of the State speech this afternoon. Reeves renewed his call for eliminating the personal income tax. He said he will sign a b…

Task force updates the vaccine availability in our area.

Are two masks better than one? We ask a local doctor is doubling up improves your odds of not getting Covid-19.

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MACON, Georgia(41NBCWMGT)- Big Brothers Big Sisters announced its 100 Mentors in 100 Days campaign, aiming to raise awareness for the need of mentors in Middle Georgia.

It’s been over a week since the fatal officer-involved shooting in Biloxi that claimed the life of Reginald Johnson. Community members are now asking for more answers on the investigation. News 25’s Grant Chighizola has more from the Harrison County Courthouse in Biloxi where people have gat…

The Moss Point School District supports Mayor Mario King and the curfew affecting minors in the city. The city-wide ordinance went into effect yesterday, placing a curfew on minors under the age of 18. If seen without an adult between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m., all minors will be picked up by local …

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Hamilton County announces that schools will return to classes next week.

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Some are raising questions about the access that two local churches are getting to the Covid Vaccine. We hear from both sides.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter today filed a petition in district court, requesting over $1.8 million he says a company owes back to the state for not delivering four orders of personal protective equipment (PPE) the Oklahoma Department of Health placed in March.