Lindsay Knowles

Lindsay was born and raised in Pascagoula, and attended the University of Southern Mississippi where she earned a bachelor's degree in psychology. Before coming to WLOX, Lindsay was an editorial assistant for The Mississippi Press and wrote for The Sun Herald newspaper. Currently, she works as a digital content producer, and also produces Gulf Coast Good News, which you can watch Saturday mornings on WLOX-TV or anytime on She and her husband, James, live in Ocean Springs with their two sons, Coleton and Nathan. After her boys and her family, Lindsay's favorite things include her cat Nova, reading historical books, anything to do with food, and being on the water.

Recent Articles by Lindsay

Saucier man accused of killing toddler, another man denied bond

Judge grants request to push back Long Beach doctor’s trial

Police arrest man accused of leaving crash in downtown Ocean Springs

Gulfport man sentenced in 2016 murder and attempted murder of 2 men

Coroner identifies man found shot to death in Gulfport neighborhood

Radioactive construction equipment stolen from MDOT site

Jury finds Hubert Anderson guilty of capital murder

Lucedale man to spend 40 years in prison for sexual abuse of children

Two Coast school districts participating in state program to educate, train teachers

Biloxi to celebrate 320th birthday with big bash

Coast military wives compete for national Spouse of the Year award

Wells Fargo outage affecting customers nationwide

“She was everybody’s mama.” Pascagoula remembers young mother killed in tragic shooting

Mississippi man charged with estranged wife’s murder; More charges expected

Police: More victims come forward after Waveland man charged with molesting children

Deputies cleared after shooting armed man in Gulfport last year

“Don’t let Fat Tuesday turn into Sorry Wednesday.” Police prepare to keep the roads safe this Mardi Gras

Mississippi lawmakers push to amend state law on hate crimes to protect LGBT

Father and son found guilty in shooting death of gun shop owner and his son

UPDATE: Driver in I-10 standoff now facing more charges