Brandy McGill

Brandy McGill

Multimedia Journalist

Biloxi, MS

Brandy McGill joined the WLOX News Team in December of 2019 after graduating from The University of Southern Mississippi.

Brandy grew up in Hattiesburg, MS where she attended North Forrest High School. In high school, she was active with student media when she became a member of the digital media program where she shot, directed, and edited short films.

Brandy interned at WDAM News 7 in Moselle, MS where she learned about producing and reporting.

Outside of work, Brandy has a passion for being a mom to her son. Whenever she has any extra time on her hands, she enjoys shopping and exercising.


Recent Articles by Brandy

  New school bus technology introduced to improve children’s safety

  $7.3 million expansion project underway at North Gulfport Middle School

  Four legged friends shine at Krewe of Barkloxi Paw-di Gras and Paw-rade festivities

  Efforts underway to create residence for persons affected by HIV/AIDS in Biloxi

  YouthBuild project aims to help at-risk young adults find employment

Biloxi bike shop the newest business to come to Howard Avenue

  Junior Auxiliary of Gulfport collects 'Fur Ever Friends’ for CASA

  Back to Space: President Trump pushes to fund space exploration

  Biloxi hopes to begin phase two of West Biloxi Boardwalk after bid vote

  Picayune showcases its new fire station during ribbon-cutting

  Crawfish, beer, and chants of ‘Who Dat’ kick off Super Bowl party in Ocean Springs

  Salvation Army hosts Daddy-Daughter Date Night

  Tougaloo College brings its history to students on the Coast

  Chili Sunday perfect match for chilly weather at Ocean Springs Assembly

  Efforts to expand Project NOLA in Biloxi underway

  New economic impact study exemplifies community colleges’ importance

  Picayune remembers Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy of hope

  ‘Love your loved ones today’: Friends, family remember BSL murder victim at benefit

  Wiggins streets filled with parade-goers honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  Graffiti, possible arson at Diamondhead house concern residents

TRIAD honors outstanding volunteers

  Spring Break promoters looking to add organized beach events

State Superintendent of Education visited Hancock Middle School for “A” rating

Paul’s Pastry Shop continues Mardi Gras tradition of baking King Cakes

  Jackson County School District welcomes new superintendent