Branden Walker

Branden Walker

Multimedia Journalist

Moselle, MS

Hello, my name is Branden Walker. I was born and raised in Pearl, Mississippi, and I graduated from Pearl High School in 2013.

I then went on to William Carey University, where I graduated in 2018 with a double major in Mass Communications/News Media and Intercultural Studies. I am now working on a Weather Certification at Mississippi State University online.

During my time at William Carey, I had the opportunity to intern at WDAM for a year under Nick Lilja, Patrick Bigbie and Rex Thompson as a weather intern. I’ve also interned at the National Weather Service in Jackson.

I look forward to working alongside the WDAM team! If you have a story idea you’d like to share, send me an email at

Recent Articles by Branden

MDOT reminding drivers of deer safety tips

Officers from the Pine Belt speak about Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Two killed after being struck by side-by-side utility vehicle in Leakesville

  Hattiesburg firefighters give tips on Christmas tree fire safety

WCU Winters School of Music offering new degree, devloping new studio

The impacts of cooler temperatures on COVID-19

Mitchell Farms host 10th annual Mississippi Peanut Festival

  Alzheimer’s Foundation of America to host virtual conference for Mississippians

  Safety tips for boating on Labor Day

Caretakers charged after drowning of vulnerable adult in Perry Co.

USM athletic director, students react to tailgating ban

Sports physicians provide tips for athletes during COVID-19

“Back the Blue” event held in Petal Saturday

COVID-19 testing made available on USM campus ahead of fall semester

  Tips for keeping pets safe and calm during fireworks

Taking a stand against unsolved murders

MSU Ph. D student researches COVID-19 awareness during severe weather

WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine ranks 3rd nationwide

  Southern Miss graduate nursing programs ranked best in state

  Local photographer is changing lives, one photo at a time

  Jones County schools demonstrate new safety technology for school buses