Stay connected with WLOX on ROKU and Amazon Fire

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You can watch WLOX through the popular streaming devices ROKU and Amazon Fire! Now you have two more options to make sure you never miss your local news and weather reports.

On our ROKU and Amazon Fire apps, you’ll be able to watch LIVE newscasts. Looking for the latest forecast? As always, the WLOX First Alert Weather Team has you covered.

Ready to get started? Here’s how you can watch:

Our ROKU channel is FREE!

  1. You will need to purchase a ROKU device. There are a couple different choices. Either a ROKU stick or a ROKU TV will work.
  2. Connect your device to the internet.
  3. Search “WLOX” in the search bar on your TV and add our channel.
  4. STAY CONNECTED.

Our Amazon Fire channel is FREE!

  1. You will need to purchase an Amazon Fire device. There are a couple different choices. Either an Amazon Fire stick or an Amazon Fire TV will work.
  2. Connect your device to the internet.
  3. Search “WLOX” in the search bar on your TV and add our channel.
  4. STAY CONNECTED.

LATEST NEWS

Dry Thursday, freezing again tonight?

We’re freezing this morning. So bundle up with a hat, gloves, and coat as you head out the door.

  Dozens of Coast high school, junior college athletes sign on the dotted line

Dozens of Coast high school and junior college athletes took advantage of National Signing Day, including several Division I signees.

First freeze of the season expected tonight

Our first freeze will be tonight. As the clouds clear out tonight, our temperatures are going to fall quickly. By Thursday morning, temperatures will be near freezing in the low 30s. We will be under a Freeze Warning beginning at midnight.

Advocates for sexual assault victims react to bridge rape arrest

Although it took four years for authorities to link evidence to Aaron Roy McMillian, CEO of the Gulfport Center for Nonviolence Stacey Riley said his arrest shows justice for victims can be achieved.

Jackson County cities reduce funding to animal shelter

The Jackson County Animal Shelter will be receiving less money from cities like Ocean Springs, Gautier and Moss Point.

After 24 years of service, Gulfport PD Deputy Chief announces retirement

Gulfport police gave a fond farewell to a veteran law enforcement officer Wednesday. After 24 years of serving the Gulfport community and the department, Deputy Chief Chris Loposser announced his retirement.