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Hattiesburg, MS, United States

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Past articles by Nick:

Kids seen on video inside chimpanzee exhibit at Texas zoo

If the children had been seen entering the exhibit, the family could have been banned from the zoo and faced trespassing charges. → Read More

Boy, 9, bitten by shark minutes into Florida vacation, parents say

Doctors say the injuries to the boy's shoulder could have long term effects on his mobility, but because he is young, his prognosis is good. → Read More

Mother of 5 in coma after entire family, including newborn, contracts COVID-19

Her husband is encouraging everyone not to let their guards down and to continue wearing masks because the coronavirus is still taking its toll. → Read More

Boy, 12, creates website to help elderly New Yorkers book vaccine appointments

The 12-year-old hits refresh for hours a day, searching for COVID-19 vaccine appointments for elderly people in the New York metro area. → Read More

Boston barber accidentally stabs himself after slipping at work

Barber Steve Silva said a pair of scissors he was carrying came within half an inch of giving him a life-threatening injury. → Read More

First Alert: Temperatures drop to dangerous lows overnight

Temperatures will tumble into the 20s tonight and into the teens by Tuesday morning. → Read More

First Alert: Timeline faster, freezing rain change-over by noon Monday

The potential for freezing rain and sleet leading to icy condition is still on deck for Monday. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Winter Storm Warning in effect for parts of Pine Belt

A double-decker system is set to move into the area Monday. → Read More

Coast Guard rescues four people off the coast of Alaska

Crewmembers saved four people after their 15 foot boat capsized off the coast of Alaska. → Read More

Holiday nostalgia could boost mental health amid COVID-19

Celebrating the holidays this year could be a much-needed mental health boost, even if they don't look much like the celebrations of the past. → Read More

Texas grandparents mail life-sized cutouts to family for holidays

The cutouts created an activity for their grandchildren, who have had fun placing them in various locations around the house. → Read More

Doctor simulates COVID-19 patient’s last moments to encourage virus precautions

The doctor encourages everyone to take precautions to reduce the transmission of COVID-19, including mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing. → Read More

First Alert: Hurricane Zeta makes landfall, impacts beginning for south Mississippi

Some places will still see damage from gusty wind, downed trees and possible tornadoes. → Read More

First Alert: Zeta arrives Wednesday night with heavy rain, damaging wind

Tropical Storm Zeta continues to reorganize as it moves out into the Gulf of Mexico after lashing the Yucatan with heavy rain and hurricane-force wind. → Read More

First Alert: Tropical Storm Zeta eyes northern Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Zeta continues to organize and move toward the Yucatan Peninsula. → Read More

First Alert: Delta weakens to tropical storm

Passing showers and strong wind will be possible in the Pine Belt through the overnight hours. → Read More

Delta making landfall, South Mississippi preparing for rain, wind, potential tornadoes

The Pine Belt has the chance to see heavy rain, gusty wind and a few tornadoes. → Read More

First Alert: Hurricane Delta track remains west of Pine Belt

Hurricane Delta continues to move across the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. → Read More

First Alert: South Mississippi ‘in the cone’ for Hurricane Delta

As of Tuesday morning, Delta was at Category 2 strength. → Read More

First Alert: Despite changes, Sally still forecast to bring flooding to south Miss.

Sally is still forecast to be a Category 1 hurricane when it makes landfall somewhere along the Louisiana or Mississippi coastline. → Read More