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

  Loaves and Fishes serves Thanksgiving Day dinner to those in need

  Feed My Sheep continues to help those in need during Thanksgiving

  With little money coming in, one coast business owner found a way to stay afloat

  Catering services working to get Thanksgiving pre-orders complete on time

  Things to know when searching for, maintaining the perfect Christmas tree

  Air Force family wins $10,000 Exchange shopping spree from a Subway sweepstakes

  South Mississippi churches gather boxes for Operation Christmas Child

  Gulfport working to fix downtown flooding problem

  Blood centers increasing drives after COVID-19 causes nationwide shortage

  The 37th annual Christmas City gift show comes to an end Sunday

  Door to door go Cub Scouts, scouting for food in College Park neighborhood

  Jackson County’s ‘Freedom is not Free’ program honors veterans' bravery and service

  Biloxi Mayor Gilich tours new senior living facility opening soon

Harrison Co. supervisors hear frustrations of CASA volunteers being kept from court

  A church speaks out uplifting President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, describing it to be historic

  Contemporary violinist, Gulfport native, Bruce Kirkwood returns home to uplift his community

  Community provides free lunch to 400 linemen working to restore power

  Lowe’s gives back to Hurricane Zeta victims in South Mississippi

  Some in Stone County lucky to get tail end of MEMA supplies

  Residents find resources at Long Beach MEMA distribution site

  Comeback Coolers giving back for the first time at home on the Gulf Coast

  Edgewater Estates residents come together to clean up Hurricane Zeta’s aftermath

  South Mississippi Strong: Moore Community House serves low-income families with free early childhood education

  Pope Francis’s support of same-sex civil unions causes some Catholics to speak out

  Gautier takes on their 30th annual Mullet Festival

  Childcare centers noticing less sickness after months of heavy safety measures

Ingalls Shipbuilding celebrates new human resources facility

  Hundreds of laptops arrive in time for influx of distance learners at Ocean Springs High

  Mississippi Coastal Cleanup continues along the Gulf Coast

  ‘It’s starting to look like fall:’ Families visiting the Trinity Pumpkin Patch