Ray Price

Ray Price is a New Orleans native and news has always been a big part of his life. While other two-year-olds were reading Dr. Seuss and watching Saturday morning cartoons, Ray was reading the Times-Picayune and watching early morning news shows. He joined the WLOX News Team after graduating from Loyola University New Orleans. He is also a proud alumnus of Brother Martin High School. Before coming to South Mississippi, Ray worked for the New Orleans Pelicans, and Crimestoppers of New Orleans. Ray also spent two years polishing his journalism skills as an intern at WDSU where he helped cover the Lafayette theatre shooting, high profile trials, and Mardi Gras. Some fun facts about Ray: He is fluent in French, is a published fashion model and actor, has a twin sister, and loves to watch Jeopardy.

Recent Articles by Ray

  Funding comes for pedestrian crosswalks near Hwy 49 and Creosote Road

Ocean Springs Elks Mardi Gras Parade filled with special guests

Danny Glover upholds promise, visits Boys and Girls Club

Moss Point man thought to be dead reunites with family

Couple relying on Facebook to help find a baby to adopt

Group gathers to watch Stacey Abrams take the national stage

Gulfport woman triumphantly overcomes fear of guns

Senate bill looks to overrule cities' decision on short-term rentals

New library opens in Woolmarket

Biloxi votes down another short-term rental application

Oscar Renda: East Biloxi roadwork delayed by cold weather

Coast emergency officials keeping an eye on the weather as temperatures drop

Gulf Coast Bicycle Club honors fallen riders with six-mile ride

Community joins Gulfport teen with cerebral palsy in 20-mile hike, one step closer to being an Eagle Scout

National Day of Racial Healing comes to South Mississippi

Saints fans won’t be getting NFC Championship merchandise

Free po’boys to furloughed federal workers in Pass Christian

Tips to Coast Crime Stoppers help police solve more cases in 2018

Gulfport artist working to save cobia population with new license plate

Biloxi votes against short-term rentals until public hearing can be held