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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12464/7358857?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sat, 12 May 2018 03:00:00 +0000 Tanner 4 NBC 11th Tanner 4 NBC 11th http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12464/7358857?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WXXVDT2 - anticipation for the mississipp- aquarium continues to - grow with the kick-off- celebration in gulfport.- this afternoon, news 25's jaylo- morris attended the event.- governor phil bryant and- gulfport mayor billy hewes- talked about the aquarium's - impact on the community.- - - - - the heat did not keep the publi- away from attending the - groundbreaking of the - mississippi - aquarium. there's been good - progress with construction- since the project kicked off. - ceo of the aquarium david - kimmel, "we've gotten our foundations in. our columns are- starting to come out of the - ground. our underground piping- is in. a lot of our areas are - starting to be formed." students from gulfport high - participated in the hoisting of- the - sails.- gulfport mayor billy hewes and- governor phil bryant described- - - - what the three sails of the - aquarium's logo represents for- the entire state of mississippi- gulfport mayor billy hewes, "i' grateful for the legacy that th- sails are going to represent. - sails carry us. they are- progressive. they move us - forward." governor phil bryant, " i truly believe today the wind is in- your sails. not only for- gulfport, - not only for the gulf coast, bu- the state of mississippi. this- is mississippi's- aquarium." jaylon morris, "the mississippi aquarium's mission revolves - around three pillars: - education, conservation and - community. both mayor billy - hewes and - governor bryant agree this will- be the core structure of the- aquarium." governor phil bryant, "we must make sure we provide the- research that we will - need to make sure we protect ou- land, water and air." this non profit organization an- its partnership with the- university of southern- mississippi will increase - environmental education across- the state.- ceo of the aquarium david - kimmel, "we become a living laboratory for all of - them. they can actually study - animals up close and understand- their behaviors." the aquarium continues to - receive funding.- opening day is scheduled for- late 2019 or early 2020.- in gulfport, jaylon morris..- - today,local, state and federal- officials joined keesler- air force base leaders to break- ground on phase 1 of the new- division street gate for keesle- air force base. - keesler and biloxi have - contemplated a new main gate- for more than 15 years and- biloxi mayor andrew fofo gilich- says- this gate has been his top- priotiy since he took office tw- years ago.- the gate will help alleviate- traffic congestion and- provide an economic development- corridor for the- city of biloxi. - the estimated 37 million dollar- project will also eliminate a - security concern since the- current gate does not meet- security standards of the - department of defense and the - u.s. air force. - - "this is extremly important not only for- the local community not only fo- biloxi but this is important fo- the state of mississippi but it- is- also important for the federal- government. the safety of our - - - - men and woman that are defendin- us over seas and coming through- here at keesler. critically - important for - the safety of our nation so it- was a project that was easy for- me to support because it not- only had local implications it- also had state and federal- implications as well." - - - the two-and-half-year project - includes an expanded and- enhanced boulevard along- division street from i-110 to - forrest avenue. - - - - - here's meteorologist ryan mahan- with a quick look at your - weather.- - - - - - a man is behind bars, facing- attempted murder- charges...- after an altercation over peach- cobbler.- it happened in the little town- of red banks in north - mississippi.- troy washington has the story.- - - - - logan novascone says he made hi- usual stop in to joe joe's- travel center to pick up a coke- on wednesday. - logan novascone/shooting victim- "he started cursing her out so put - my coke on the counter and i wa- like dude you aren't going to - talk to them like that." he says the customer in front o- him in the checkout line- later identified as stanley - woodson was mad about the amoun- of- peaches served with his - cobbler-- - and was going off on the woman- serving him.- logan novascone/shooting victim- "everyone that comes to this store - knows this store knows these- women. that is disrespectful." novascone says he stepped in to- defend the cashier, but he- thought things would stop there- logan novascone/shooting victim- "i was like all he is going to - - - do is argue he isn't going to d- anything you know?" whether woodson was just having- a bad day or truly that - frazzled over fruit--that part- isn't clear but novascone says- he wasn't expecting to take a - ride to the hospital. - logan novascone/shooting victim- "over some peaches--peaches, yo want to shoot at me over- peaches." he says woodson popped his trun- on pump five--pulled a gun- out the back and started- shooting. - logan novascone/shooting victim- "pow pow he reached over the ca and shot again only thing i - could think of was that - dumpster." according to novascone, seven - shots were fired as he ran to - take- cover.- logan novascone/shooting victim- "i thought really i was dead i was done." he thinks all the gunplay wasn'- necessary.- logan novascone/shooting victim- "put up the guns lets go with these - hands if you want to go." but says if it happened again - he'd still stand up for the - women - working at the store. - logan novascone/shooting victim- "i would do it again 100 percent, yes ma'am." - an ocean springs man has been - arrested and charged- with auto burglary after- stealing a pistol from a man's- truck.- jackson county sheriff mike - ezell reports that 37-year-old- robert williams was arrested- after a man reported his- pistol missing when he returned- to his truck at the - mississippi crab company. - it was determined that williams- an employee of the- crab company, had stolen the- pistol and pawned it off in - ocean springs the same day. - - biloxi police arrested a woman- for stealing a purse- from a business.- 30-year-old jennifer gibson was- charged with commercial - burglary. - the crime happened at a busines- in the 200 block of - beach boulevard.- gibson was later identified - through surveillance- footage and arrested. - - today jackson county civic- action committee celebrated the- senior citizen community at the- moss point riverfront.- the event was held in - conjunction with older- americans month, which- highlights the many ways in - which older adults make a - difference in our communities.- this year the theme is engage i- every age, and emphasizes the - importance of being active and- involved, no matter where - you are in life.- today anyone over 55 years old- was able to enjoy a senior- citizen field day, with - activities, food, music and - - - - more. - - " the seniors love it, its basically an event we - decided to do during older- americans month, which is may.- for them to just have a day ful- of- fun. to enjoy the day with- people that they are kind of- familiar with.the different hom- - - - health and hospice companies, - the hospital. just people that- would come in and - out of the center to do - activities with them." - - - clay says they've been hosting- this event since 2011, but it i- the first - year its been held at the moss- point river front.- - ship island excursions is - finally back where- everything began....in biloxi.- the ship island boat will - officially begin services - tomorrow. - news 25's gina tomlinson was on- deck when biloxi officials- took a cruise to celebrate the- kick-off. - - nats- boat motor- it was the sound of history - returning to biloxi as ship - island excursions left for the- mississippi sound - from the point cadet marina.- "to see this come back to bilox is absolutely - - - - amazing..i remember it as a - child...and being back on this- boat has just been amazing." mayor andrew fo-fo gilich was a- deck-hand on the ship island- boat before the service cut tie- with biloxi.- fofo- "from the ninth grade until i was a junior in - college! so i made two trips a- day to ship island for a long - long time." friday the mayor wa back on deck and even took a- turn at - wheel....during a special v-i-p- cruise kicking off the ship's - return to biloxi. - ship island excursions stopped- services in biloxi in the - 1990's. - "when the casinos came to bilox they took - over all the waterfront" this weekend marks the official- return of the ship- island boat to where the- business orginated in 1926. - captain louis skrmetta- "my grandfather began transporting people out - to the barrier islands on an ol- converted schooner. it's evolve- obviously. we have two- locations. biloxi now and - gulfport" - - - "this ship fits around 300 people...it takes - about an hour to get to the - island...and if you're lucky yo- might just see a dolphin!" captain louis skrmetta- "beautiful clear water...it is national- - - - park. and of course we have for- massachusetts the old historic- brink - fortification that is maintaine- by the park service.." and now visitors have another - way to get there. - "brings back a lot of memories and it's going- to create a lot of memories for- people who are going to be- riding on it!" the boat departs from - margaritaville every day at 10-- a-m..leaves the island at 3:30- and is back at port at 4:30 p-m- tickets - can be bought on m-s ship islan- dot com.- - - - in biloxi gina tomlinson news 2- - - - - if you're walking on the beache- in harrison county....be- especially careful around least- tern nesting areas! - the gulf coast birds have laid- their eggs and over the next- couple weeks researchers predic- to see the earliest - group of least tern hatchlings.- mississippi audubon biologists- were monitoring the - bird colonies in biloxi this- morning.- biologists tell news 25 they've- seen bigger least tern- colonies this year....tropical- storm cindy wiiped out- majority of the least tern nest- last june.- they want beach-goers to watch- out for bird eggs along - the beaches and be aware that - least terns do tend to get- defnesive around their nests. - - - - 33- mid and upper level ridging wil- keep things - warm and humid- through the weekend with little- in the way of convection for- most- of the area. main exception wil- be southwest half of the- forecast- area, where moisture convergenc- and and a slightly weaker cap - could allow for isolated shower- and thunderstorms during the- afternoon hours saturday. on- sunday, can't rule out a few- showers along the sea breeze- boundary, so have included- slight- chance wording in coastal - mississippi.- on sunday a low pressure system- will begin to take shape over - the - eastern gulf of mexico, but wil- be too far from the local area- to- realize any impacts. the low is- expected to move northward into- the florida panhandle monday- through mid week. current - guidance- keeps the local area solidly on- the dry side of this low, - though, - so there won't be much of an- impact. thus am carrying only - 20-40%- rain chances through mid week,- with very low rainfall amounts - generally less than a quarter - inch. should note that if the - low - tracks a bit farther westward,- could see some slightly higher- values sneak into eastern parts- of the forecast area. - by wednesday and through the en- of next week, an upper trough - will move into and through the- middle mississippi valley,- helping - break down whatever weak ridgin- remains over the local area.- with ample moisture forecast to- be in place, expect to see- diurnally forced isolated to- scattered showers and - thunderstorms - each day. the higher rain - chances and cloud cover during- the - latter part of the work week- should help keep afternoon- temperatures a few degrees lowe- than the early part of the week- am generally carrying highs in- the mid to upper 80s thursday - and - friday instead of lower 90s.- marine forecast: sort of- interesting forecast although - any impacts from a sfc low- in the gulf look to be east of- the area. through tonight and - tomorrow we will likely see - slightly strengthening onshore- flow- with the possibility of needing- exercise caution headlines late- tomorrow and tomorrow night for- the outer waters. seas could- also- approach 5 feet in the outer- waters. come sunday the wind- field - could begin to break down with- weak cyclogenesis in the easter- gulf. at the same time high - pressure will move directly ove- the - area before lifting to the- northeast. winds will lighten - and - become a little more chaotic- late sunday and monday. - overnight - monday winds look to finally- take on a direction out of the- northwest as the low moves nort- into the northeastern gulf. the- low will continue to lift to th- northeast with the wind field - likely breaking down again- before returning to onshore - flow. - mid and upper level ridging wil- keep things - warm and humid- through the weekend with little- in the way of convection for- most- of the area. main exception wil- be southwest half of the- forecast- area, where moisture convergenc- and and a slightly weaker cap - could allow for isolated shower- and thunderstorms during the- afternoon hours saturday. on- sunday, can't rule out a few- showers along the sea breeze- boundary, so have included- slight- chance wording in coastal - mississippi.- on sunday a low pressure system- will begin to take shape over - the - eastern gulf of mexico, but wil- be too far from the local area- to- realize any impacts. the low is- expected to move northward into- the florida panhandle monday- through mid week. current - guidance- keeps the local area solidly on- the dry side of this low, - though, - so there won't be much of an- impact. thus am carrying only - 20-40%- rain chances through mid week,- with very low rainfall amounts - generally less than a quarter - inch. should note that if the - low - tracks a bit farther westward,- could see some slightly higher- values sneak into eastern parts- of the forecast area. - by wednesday and through the en- of next week, an upper trough - will move into and through the- middle mississippi valley,- helping - break down whatever weak ridgin- remains over the local area.- with ample moisture forecast to- be in place, expect to see- diurnally forced isolated to- scattered showers and - thunderstorms - each day. the higher rain - chances and cloud cover during- the - latter part of the work week- should help keep afternoon- temperatures a few degrees lowe- than the early part of the week- am generally carrying highs in- the mid to upper 80s thursday - and - friday instead of lower 90s.- marine forecast: sort of- interesting forecast although - any impacts from a sfc low- in the gulf look to be east of- the area. through tonight and - tomorrow we will likely see - slightly strengthening onshore- flow- with the possibility of needing- exercise caution headlines late- tomorrow and tomorrow night for- the outer waters. seas could- also- approach 5 feet in the outer- waters. come sunday the wind- field - - - - troops from the mississippi's - national guard are conducting - pre-mobilization training near- tupelo, mississippi.- the 114th aviation regiment wil- spend approximately - - - - three weeks supporting- "operation guardian support"... a joint task force effort to conduct - security operations along the - u.s. southwest- border with mexico. - they will provide aerial- surveillance support to the - u.s. customs and border - protection and the u.s. border- patrol using three u-h-72 lakot- helicopters.- - law enforcement in jackson- county started the- morning by running for a good - case. - moss point, pascagoula, gautier- and ocean springs - police officers raised awarenes- for the special - olympics through the 2018 torch- run.- news 25's veronica bayona has - our report. - - since monday, officers across - our state have been running - with the torch across the - state-- raising awareness for - the 2018 special olympics - mississippi summer games- that return to keesler air forc- today thru sunday.- "its been going on for years, ive been participating with it- probably the last 10- years, it's a lot of fun, it- brings us together for a good - cause." - - - the torch run started in kansas- back in 1981-and has now- spread worldwide, becoming the- largest - fundraising movement for the- special olympics. - chris deback, the state torch - run director tells news 25 the- state raises from 50 to 100 - thousand dollars every- - - - year for the cause. - "we also sell t-shirts do fundraisers, just to raise mone- so they can compete at no - cost to them." the four jackson county agencie- that ran with the - torch, make up just a small - fraction of the 81 agencies - taking part in 32 runs- throughout the state of - mississippi.- stand up: cumulatively jackson- county officers who ran in this- - - - years torch run, ran about 12 - miles across jackson county.- " i love the special olympics, volunteer with ?? angels and- stuff, i love inclusion - and making sure all the kids ca- - - - get involved." over 650 law enforcement officers throughout- the - state dedicate their time once - - - - year for the special olympics.- "they're volunteering to run, take their time, nothing is pai- through the - department, its all volunteer,- they buy shirts to support the- cause and - organization." 20-18 marks 50 years since the- special olympics was founded an- began changing attitudes about- the talents of people with- intellectual disabilities.- - - - in jackson county, veronica - bayona, news 25 - - the gulfport chamber of commerc- - - - hosted a military affairs - breakfast today.- united states representative an- brigadier general, trent- kelly, who represents - mississippi's 1st congressional- district, in the northeast- corner of the state traveled- to the coast to speak to- citizens in gulfport about the- military. - kelly tells news 25, he belives- the most important thing our- government can do for the - military is to continue to make- sure they have all the funding- they need.- - "to make sure they have the tools and the - equipment to things right. we - lost more people in training- accidents last year than- we did service members in - combat. that's unaccptable and- that comes down to- funding them and having - consistancy of funding and the- right amount of funding to- train and equip and to prepare- our equipment and not be so old- and outdated. we are the- greatest military in the world- but we have got to maintain tha- - - - edge so that we don't have- threats from the outside." - today, the gulfport rotary club- held its annual 10k - walk/run fundraiser.- this year, two groups - symbolically came together- to support the police and - firemen of gulfport.- the rotary walk had two startin- points, one in pass christian - and one in biloxi, both ending- in the middle at jones park.- past walks have benefitted extr- table foodbank and casa, this - year the money will go to - - - - foundations that assist firemen- and police who are injured in - the line of duty. - - " they put their lives in the line for us in the- community and the citizens- everyday so this year we just - wanted to find a way to give- - - - back and those funds help - injured fire, police, those - families that need it.. and we- just felt like it - was real important to give back- to our community.. and we are - the gulfport rotary club, - so again it just helps our- presence and standing in the- community as well." - - - the rotary club averages- anywhere from 100 to 150- participants for this fundraise- each year.- - coming up after the break, st.- patrick high school likes it- so they put a ring on it. - the softball team wins the stat- championship. - we'll have details with our - sports next!- the lady irish are the champion- my friend.- st. patrick won the mhsaa state- - - - championship, - defeating the lake lady hornets- seven to five in game - two of their best of three- series after winning game - one yesterday three to two. - the games were played at the- southern miss softball- complex in hattiesburg. - this is their first state title- since 2014. - congratulations lady irish! - - now, we go from the diamond to- the gridiron. - saints head coach sean payton - confirmed - running back mark ingram will - not participate in any of the - teams'- organized activities until- mandatory veteran minicamp- in june.- ingram's decision to skip isn't- because of the four-game- suspension for violating the- peformance-enhancing- substances policy of the nfl. - the pro bowl back's reasoning i- because he is heading into the- last year of his contract.- last season, ingram rushed a- little over eleven hundred- yards with twelve touchdowns. h- is expected join his teammate - alkin kamara to rejuvinate the- two headed monster in week five- against the redskins. - - from the nfc south, to the nfc- east... - running back saquon barkley - along with other rookies- started mini camp for the giant- today.- there are high expectations for- the second pick in the 2018 nfl- draft out of penn state.- in his junior year, barkley - rushed for over twelve hundred- yards with eighteen touchdowns.- the back looks to light a spark- on the offensive side of the- ball- for the new york football giant- as they ranked 26th in the- league last year in rushing - offense.- he should be a threat this year- teaming up with offensive - weapons evan ingram, sterling - shepard and odell beckham - junior. - - moving on the nba.. after - toronto became lebronto in a- - - - series sweep against the- cavaliers, the raptors fire - head coach dwane casey. - this was his seventh season as- the head coach. - even with a franchise record 59- wins this season, the - raptors couldn't get pass lebro- james for the second straight - year. - casey is the team's all time- winngest coach with 320 wins an- - - - was just named coach of the yea- by his peers. - i guess it wasn't gods plan to- keep casey's views from the - six in toronto. - with a resume that speaks for - itself, expect to see casey - coaching another team in the nb- next year.- - speaking of lebron... - the king takes on the boston- celtics in the eastern- conference finals.- last year, the cavs beat the- celtics. however, things- are a little different this tim- around. - the cavs will not have supersta- point guard kyrie - irving.. well, neither will the- celtics as irving is injured an- is- out of the playoffs.- the celtics will count on rooki- - - - jayson tatum and emerging stars- jaylen brown and terry- rozier. - boston trusted their process an- defeated the 76ers in five- games.- it will be an interesting serie- as lebron james is on a tear- averaging 28 points per game. - - whoever wins that matchup will- face a heavily- contested western conference- champ in the- finals. - the houston rockets and the - golden state warriors has - been the series everyone wants- to see. will chris paul finally- get his first nba championship?- or will the western all - stars......ooops i mean the - - - - golden state warriors continue- to run the game of basketball.- game 1 tips off in houston as - james harden looks to defend- home court averaging 28 points- per game. steph curry has been- impressive as well coming off o- - - - an injury. the nba finals will- not disappoint basketball fans- regardless of which teams come- out of both conferences.- - and finally tanner- for our - w-x-x-v play of the day...in- cleveland.. the indians'- francisco lindor is a man of hi- word and had to pay up- yesterday...- lindor bet his high school team- in florida that he would shave- his - head if they went unbeaten this- season. - well, montverde academy's - baseball team did just that - - - - finishing the season a perfect- 25-and-0. - - - - and he paid up on his bet durin- a school assembly.- the all star looked a tad - nervous but sat in the chair an- - - - handed the clippers to the- players to do their work. - - - - - the millenium falcon made a sta- appearance in hollywood for - the premiere of "solo" we'l take a look.- stay with us. - - - mid and upper level ridging wil- keep things - warm and humid- through the weekend with little- in the way of convection for- most- of the area. main exception wil- be southwest half of the- - - - forecast area, where moisture - convergence and and a slightly- weaker cap- could allow for isolated shower- - - - and thunderstorms during the- afternoon hours saturday. on- sunday, can't rule out a few- showers along the sea breeze- boundary, so have included- slight- chance wording in coastal - mississippi.- - - - on sunday a low pressure system- will begin to take shape over - the - eastern gulf of mexico, but wil- be too far from the local area- - - - to realize any impacts. the low- is expected to move northward - into- the florida panhandle monday- through mid week. current - - - - guidance keeps the local area - solidly on the dry side of this- low, though,- so there won't be much of an- impact. thus am carrying only - - - - 20-40% rain chances through mid- week, with very low rainfall- amounts - - generally less than a quarter - inch. should note that if the - low - tracks a bit farther westward,- could see some slightly higher- values sneak into eastern parts- of the forecast area. - by wednesday and through the en- of next week, an upper trough - will move into and through the- middle mississippi valley,- helping - break down whatever weak ridgin- remains over the local area.- with ample moisture forecast to- - - - the millennium falcon "landed" on hollywood boulevard for- thursday night's premiere of th- latest star wars movie. - "solo: a star wars story" premiered there in three- theaters: the el capitan, the - t-c-l chinese and the dolby.- nearly two dozen fans camped ou- since 8 p-m wednesday - in hopes of getting the best- seats.- "solo" is about the early year of han solo -- the pilot of the- millennium falcon.- a bit of trivia -- he won the - ship in a bet with lando- calrissian. - - - - 33- bears and cubs make some people- think of chicago... but in- this case think colorado. - that's where a mama bear and he- two cubs went to visit a tv - station.- this is the parking lot at k- - o-a-a, the nbc station in - colorado springs... - and the uninvited guests are- bears, probably - looking for snacks. - after waltzing through the- parking lot the furry family- wanders into a garage where one- gets its nose into a trash- can.- a photographer from the station- - - - got a surprise when he opened -




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