Brad Kessie

Brad Kessie

News Director

Biloxi, MS

Moments after Hurricane Katrina's eye passed through South Mississippi, it was Brad Kessie who stood near the water's edge and summarized the storm with a sentence that nobody will ever forget. He looked into a camera lens and said, "You're absolutely not going to believe what you're about to see."

Brad was named news director at WLOX in 2009. Before that, he was the station's senior reporter.

The Chicago native attended the University of Missouri School of Journalism. He moved to WLOX in 1988, and he's been a fixture in the community ever since. Brad lives in Gulfport.

Recent Articles by Brad

  Universal Music to build $1.2 billion hotel, entertainment destination in Biloxi

Dept. of Defense calls on Navy to build less warships, according to report

Biloxi soup kitchen opens its doors on Christmas Day

  Gulfport women’s group brings Christmas to on duty firefighters

Food, fellowship spice up Christmas for everyone

Merry Christmas South Mississippi

Suspected burglar shot after breaking into Gulfport house, say police

Talk in progress of closing Gaston Point Elementary in Gulfport

Topship’s 1,000 jobs won’t be coming to Gulfport

Mississippi’s longest-serving lawmaker announces retirement

Christmas tree recycling begins Wednesday

Loaves and Fishes celebrates Christmas

  George County mourns loss of a fire chief

Volunteers spread Christmas joy to South MS neighbors

Crews continue working to finish final phases of Courthouse Rd project

  Students at Harper McCaughan Elementary honor veterans

  Harrison Co. school board members react to newsletter from Mayor Gilich

Biloxi eyes $150 million convention center complex

Hancock County circuit clerk not running for fourth term

Jackson County attorney dies after being taken off of life support

Former DMR exec. to be released from jail; no more time to serve

  Police: Gun battle led to Bay St. Louis man’s death

Will Harrison County voters say yes to new schools?

  Investigators look for cause of destructive Harrison Co. house fire

Cruisin packing party prepares for 9,000 cars

Heart Walk celebrates its 25th birthday

Judge denies Walker request to postpone revocation hearing

McDaniel: Most misconduct allegations “absolutely fabricated”

Former DMR director could go back to prison

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