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Yolanda Cruz

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Biloxi, MS, United States

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Past articles by Yolanda:

Gov. Bryant tweets statement regarding photo of armed students at Emmett Till sign

The Mississippi governor took to social media Saturday morning to lament the choices made by three Ole Miss students that came to light earlier this week. → Read More

VIDEO: Mississippi police chief chases off alligator with a shopping cart

Alligators are not an uncommon sight in South Mississippi. However, seeing one along Pass Road in Gulfport might give drivers a bit of a shock. → Read More

VIDEO: Police chief chases off alligator with a shopping cart

Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania said he didn’t want the alligator to cause a crash. What happened when he tried to prevent that from happening can only be described as internet gold. → Read More

VIDEO: Police chief chases off alligator with a shopping cart

Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania said he didn’t want the alligator to cause a crash. What happened when he tried to prevent that from happening can only be described as internet gold. → Read More

Planet Fitness locations to open doors to teens for free all summer long

Planet Fitness is inviting teenagers ages 15 – 18 to work out for free at any of its more than 1,700 Planet Fitness locations from May 15 through Sept. 1 as part of the nationwide Teen Summer Challenge initiative. → Read More

Two teens arrested after shooting in St. Andrews

Clayborne Mitchell, 18, and Braden Pavlik, 17, are held at the Jackson County jail on three charges each of aggravated assault, use of a deadly weapon causing serious bodily harm. → Read More

‘Stay dropping knowledge:’ Moss Point teacher goes viral with lesson in Black History

Jovan Bradshaw is a sixth-grade math teacher at Magnolia Middle School, but she decided to teach her students something other than addition and multiplication this Black History Month. → Read More

‘Stay dropping knowledge:’ Moss Point teacher goes viral with lesson in Black History

Jovan Bradshaw is a sixth-grade math teacher at Magnolia Middle School, but she decided to teach her students something other than addition and multiplication this Black History Month. → Read More

‘Stay dropping knowledge:’ Mississippi teacher goes viral with lesson in Black History

Jovan Bradshaw is a sixth-grade math teacher at Magnolia Middle School, but she decided to teach her students something other than addition and multiplication this Black History Month. → Read More

‘Stay dropping knowledge:’ Mississippi teacher goes viral with lesson in Black History

Jovan Bradshaw is a sixth-grade math teacher at Magnolia Middle School, but she decided to teach her students something other than addition and multiplication this Black History Month. → Read More

‘Stay dropping knowledge:’ Mississippi teacher goes viral with lesson in Black History

Jovan Bradshaw is a sixth-grade math teacher at Magnolia Middle School, but she decided to teach her students something other than addition and multiplication this Black History Month. → Read More

‘Stay dropping knowledge:’ Moss Point teacher goes viral with lesson in Black History

Jovan Bradshaw is a sixth-grade math teacher at Magnolia Middle School, but she decided to teach her students something other than addition and multiplication this Black History Month. → Read More

‘Stay dropping knowledge:’ Mississippi teacher goes viral with lesson in Black History

Jovan Bradshaw is a sixth-grade math teacher at Magnolia Middle School, but she decided to teach her students something other than addition and multiplication this Black History Month. → Read More

Driver in fatal Pearl River Co. wreck had previous DUI arrests

One of the drivers who died in a Thursday crash in Pearl River County had prior arrests on her record. → Read More

Biloxi man sentenced to 40 years for exploiting, abusing children

Quincy Joshua LaBauve, 32, has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for charges of child exploitation and sexual battery. → Read More

Former 3 Doors Down bassist to serve ‘maximum penalty’ for what was found in his home

Former 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell was sentenced to serve 10 years in custody for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. → Read More

Former 3 Doors Down bassist to serve ‘maximum penalty’ for what was found in his home

Former 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell was sentenced to serve 10 years in custody for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. → Read More

Former 3 Doors Down bassist to serve ‘maximum penalty’ for what was found in his home

Former 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell was sentenced to serve 10 years in custody for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. → Read More

Former 3 Doors Down bassist to serve ‘maximum penalty’ for what was found in his home

Former 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell was sentenced to serve 10 years in custody for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. → Read More

Ocean Springs police looking for suspects who robbed a restaurant manager

Ocean Springs MS Police are looking for two suspects after an Applebee’s manager said he was robbed by two men when closing the store for the night. The victim was taken to Ocean Springs Hospital for injuries. → Read More