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

Sitting down with Harrison County School District’s incoming superintendent

  Coast community leaders react to Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict

  Harrison County School Board officially has a new superintendent

  Southern Hospitality Car Show enjoys beautiful Sunday after stormy week

  Gulfport youth groups volunteer at drive-thru pantry

State, federal agencies now investigating murder of 41-year-old Picayune man

  Mississippi artists get a financial boost from the Picayune Spring Street Fest

Weekend storms cause street flooding around St. Martin homes

  Re-Entry Job Fair in Jackson County offers second chance to unemployed

  CoastConnect gets $7.8 million to provide internet to rural areas

  Mississippi congressmen face challenges with border crisis

  Volunteers help raise funds for Biloxi couple’s adoption fees

  Mississippi Gulf Coast Corvette Club helps bring Easter Bunny to children with special needs

  Mississippi nonprofits launch campaigns helping immigrants

  Pascagoula pastor celebrates 40 years at Greater Antioch Missionary Church

  Salvation Army heads to Alabama to help tornado victims

  Crowds show up to Spring Arts Festival after last year’s cancellation

  Coastal Family Health Center holds COVID-19 vaccine site for Hispanic patients

Coastal Family Health Center cuenta con un sitio de vacunación COVID-19 para pacientes hispanos

  Public forum brings together candidates from Biloxi, D’Iberville in effort to reach voters

  MSDH making up COVID-19 vaccination appointments after severe weather

  Rise in Asian American violence across the U.S. reported by nonprofit

  Biloxi Excel By 5 kicks off the season with arts and crafts

  Gulfport Police start dialogue between officers and residents

  MSDH uses local health centers to help underserved communities with COVID-19 vaccines

  More South Mississippi residents eligible for COVID-19 vaccine as Spring Break nears

  South Mississippi woman battles breast cancer during COVID-19

  Renovations being made at Soria City park

  A Look Back at the Last Year: Mississippi’s immigrants faced health, financial hardships during COVID-19

  Mississippi women face disparities during COVID-19 pandemic