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It was a big Christmas celebration Saturday in Hattiesburg for children of deployed soldiers. [Read More]
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The College of Osteopathic Medicine at William Carey University is continuing to make strides. [Read More]
With a unanimous vote, the Hattiesburg City Council approved the next fiscal year's budget. [Read More]
The local Red Cross Southeast Mississippi Chapter is getting prepared for possible deployment to help in the aftermath of Florence. [Read More]
Gregory Burroughs is a free man after a jury found him not guilty of manslaughter Tuesday in the death of his then-girlfriend 23-year-old Katherine Sinclair. [Read More]
The state and defense rested Monday in the manslaughter trial of Greg Burroughs in Franklin County. ... [Read More]
Closing arguments and jury instruction are expected to begin today in the manslaughter trial of Greg Burroughs in Franklin County. [Read More]
Right now, a dedicated team is coming up with a master plan to help make schools a safer place and protect your children. [Read More]
It's an intense training changing the mindset for law enforcement officers when they respond to calls, while handling people with mental illnesses. The Jones County... [Read More]
It's an intense training changing the mindset for law enforcement officers when they respond to calls, while handling people with mental illnesses. The Jones County... [Read More]
A paving project is underway in the City of Petal thanks to the Forrest County Board of Supervisors. The board voted to spend more than... [Read More]
Wednesday is the first day of school for students at Sacred Heart Catholic School in Hattiesburg. An exciting new start for the school this year.... [Read More]
The Petal School District is ready for the first bell on Tuesday after an outside expert came to the district to perform a safety audit... [Read More]
Snaky waters lurking near some Laurel homes.  Those residents frustrated with a large drainage ditch near their home. They say, when it rains, the ditch... [Read More]
Tags: Snaky - Laurel - rains
He's a veteran on a mission. Tony Price is riding through 48 states and scheduled to visit the homes of 100 Gold Star families. [Read More]
WDAM continuing to follow the newest updates unfolding in Hattiesburg's midtown development. Monday morning, the new Midtowner opened its doors for business. [Read More]
A fire breaks out in Hattiesburg, overnight. Right now fire investigators are trying to determine what caused a car to catch fire under the homeowner's... [Read More]
Tags: Hattiesburg - Car - fire
Hattiesburg Police Chief Anthony Parker is hoping the city council will approve his wish list, to better the department. WDAM spoke to Chief Parker about... [Read More]
WDAM cameras inside council chambers Tuesday night as the Hattiesburg City Council cast their votes. The council voted yes, to giving dispatchers within the Hattiesburg... [Read More]
WDAM cameras inside a town hall meeting Monday night were the proposition of decriminalizing marijuana in the city of Hattiesburg was discussed. The meeting, hosted... [Read More]
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