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A woman running for city council in Michigan said she wants a "white community as much as possible." Jean Cramer's racist answer came during a candidate forum in response to a question about bringing more diversity to Marysville.

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Robert Imler has seen first-hand how adult training facilities can provide independence and growth for those with intellectual disabilities.

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CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on a new daycare that has opened in West Virginia to support babies that were born exposed to drugs, as locals struggle to find solutions to the opioid crisis.

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Bill Waller Jr. made his way to the Coast one last time before Tuesday’s runoff election. Waller spoke to employees of Warren Paving in Gulfport about the importance of the role they play in the overall health of the state’s infrastructure. Waller laid out his plan of action which includes r…

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It’s the final countdown with the runoff election just days away. Voters throughout the state will be heading to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots in the runoff. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. You will need a valid form of ID to cast your vote. All eyes are on the Republican runo…

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The 29-year-old Finnish striker has been the surprise success story at the start of the 2019/20 English Premier League season for Norwich City. CNN World Sport's Kate Riley caught up with another former forward for the Canaries, Simeon Jackson, who discussed Pukki's achievements.

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AUSTIN – Co-leading a coalition of 15 states, Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the United States Supreme Court urging the court to overturn attempts by lower federal courts to bypass Congress and to judicially expand provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that prohibit discrimination based on a person’s sex to include sexual orientation and gender identity. The brief was co-authored by the Attorneys General of Tennessee and Nebraska.

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One fraternity is on the Coast this weekend and took the time today to reach out to local youth. Members of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity from all across Mississippi and surroundings states are in Gulfport for their annual state convention. One part of the convention is the ‘Fatherhood Initia…

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One Gulfport business is teaming up with the Harrison County School District to benefit teachers and students. Belk’s Gulfport location will host a charity day event for the school district Saturday. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door. Participants can take advantage of a 25 to …

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Want to help stop hunger on the Gulf Coast? You can do just that bright and early tomorrow on the Biloxi Bay Bridge for the 12th annual “Walking on Water” event. You can join Coast Young Professionals tomorrow to bridge the gap to hunger by raising money and canned food donations for those i…

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The winner of Tuesday’s Republican gubernatorial runoff will face Democrat Jim Hood, who easily won the party’s nomination in the state’s primaries earlier this month. Hood has just issued a request for at least three debates with the winner of the GOP nomination. Hood says no matter who win…