Andrés Fuentes

Andrés Fuentes

Multimedia Journalist

Biloxi, MS

Andrés Fuentes is a New Orleans native and a 2020 graduate of Loyola University. He joined the WLOX News Team in July 2020 as a Multimedia Journalist.

Andrés is a proud member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and comes to WLOX having already won awards for his work as a college journalist.

You can follow him on Twitter @news_fuentes or send him an email at andres.fuentes@wlox.com.


Recent Articles by Andrés

  Female-owned businesses hold breast cancer awareness brunch

  Jeepers and boaters for President Trump rally ahead of Election Day

  Marines bring Osprey aircraft to Keesler Air Force Base for training

  Pascagoula flower shop celebrates 75 years in business

  Gulfport children protest to keep grant funding in Soria City park

  More COVID-19 guideline enforcement coming to Moss Point park

  Veterans start pop-up bakery in South Mississippi

Longtime Gulf Coast faith leader gets Biloxi walkway

  Gulfport Police: Prevention is the key to stopping porch pirates

  Despite no statewide mask mandate, many still see need for face coverings in public

Families complain about RVs parked at cemetery for Cruisin’ the Coast

  El Pueblo continues helping South Mississippi’s Hispanic community

  Gulfport School District approves flexible schedule for the 2021-2022 school year

  ‘Let MS Vote’ voices concerns over vote for state flag measure

  Police called after dispute at Biloxi Boardwalk Marina

  Early birds flock to the Harrison County Fairgrounds ahead of Cruisin’ the Coast

Fire breaks out in oceanography building at USM Gulf Coast Research Lab

  Round Island Lighthouse opens to the public for first time in 6 months

  Horse enthusiasts show up for schooling show at Harrison Co. Fairgrounds

  Gulfport Art Center showcasing COVID-19 inspired art

  'We will find him’: Search continues for missing Stone County grandfather

  Hancock County seeing some effects of Tropical Storm Beta

  Gulfport church planning on helping Alabama communities after Hurricane Sally

  Singing River Health System preparing to fight COVID-19, the flu simultaneously

  Gulfport Police Department wants to crack down on gun violence

  Hancock County relieved to escape direct hit from Hurricane Sally

  Ocean Springs nurse dies from COVID-19 amid helping during pandemic

  Biloxi High resumes classes, extracurricular activities after COVID-19 outbreak

  Visitors, residents enjoy offerings along the Coast over Labor Day weekend

  Young golfers compete in Gulf Coast Invitational