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Tech Byte – Katalyst Fitness

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www.youtube.com – 25 – 2024-04-02 18:49:00

SUMMARY: Meet Max Graber, head trainer for Catalyst, a new company offering full body EMS . The technology, known as electric muscle stimulation, uses a suit with pads that send electrical impulses to target muscle groups, engaging up to 90% of muscle fibers. This allows for a more efficient workout with no strain on joints. The 20-minute sessions stimulate all major muscle groups simultaneously, improving muscle growth, agility, and overall wellness. The technology can be used at home with guidance from a app and is FDA cleared for at-home use. For more information, visit Catalyst's website and start achieving your fitness goals .

Patrick Moates explores new fitness suit tech from Katalyst with head trainer Max Graber.

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Dangerous conditions shut down Gulf Grove apartment complex

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-04-16 20:28:44

SUMMARY: of the Grove Apartments in Waveland are facing eviction after the property was condemned by building . Tenants have just 30 days to find new homes, leaving many scrambling to find a place to . Some residents were not surprised by the condemnation, citing deteriorating conditions in the building. The city had delayed taking action in hopes of finding a buyer to renovate the property, but ultimately had to condemn it for and safety reasons. A public hearing is for May 7th. The owner of the complex, Michael L. Brown, has not commented on the situation.

People living in one Waveland apartment complex are scrambling to find new homes after city building officials condemned the Gulf Grove apartment complex.

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Biloxi Police Chief responds to Black Spring Break criticism

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-04-16 20:28:41

SUMMARY: The chief of Buu's discussed the arrests made during black spring break, with concerns over police crowd control and use of weapons. 60 arrests were made, with issues obstructing sidewalks and parking violations. Organizers and beachgoers felt the rules were more restrictive for this to others. Chief Miller stated all must follow the same ordinances, and the problems mainly stemmed from a small area in front of a hotel. The police department is open to working with organizers on future events. Only one vendor applied for a permit, which was denied due to inadequate parking arrangements.

Tuesday, Police Chief John Miller responded to comments about the arrests made during Black Spring Break.

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Gulfport man sentenced to five years for possession with intent to distribute over 80 grams of fe…

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-04-16 20:28:38

SUMMARY: A teenager, 19-year-old Ashton Quas, was to 5 years in prison for possession with intent to distribute 81 grams of fentanyl. He was in April and pled guilty in August. According to the DEA, just 2 milligrams of fentanyl can be lethal.

19-year-old Ashton Cuevas was sentenced to five years in prison for possession with intent to distribute 81.1 grams of fentanyl.

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