Chris Thies

Digital Content Manager

Moselle, MS

Chris Thies is the Digital Content Manager for WDAM 7.


Recent Articles by Chris

USM student still missing near Dauphin Island, Ala.

Nearly $11K in stolen Dollar General merchandise found in Covington Co.

‘Slave letter writing activity’ sparks outrage in Miss. school district

‘Act quickly’: Thousands of first dose vaccine appointments available to Mississippians

Man, woman killed in train vs. car crash in Hattiesburg identified

Police: ‘Horse play’ led to deadly incident at Mar-Jac Poultry

Mar-Jac Poultry issues statement after employee dies from workplace incident

Man accused of killing parents arrested after shootout with Marion Co. deputies

Sheriff: Runner fights off attacker in attempted rape on Longleaf Trace

Hattiesburg teen charged in crash that killed woman, grandson in Biloxi

Forrest County jailer accused of having sex with inmates

Petal woman sentenced to prison for sexually abusing infant

USM football players skip practice, march against social injustice

VIDEO: Arson captured on Ring doorbell camera

Hattiesburg woman found dead in Lumberton; MBI investigating

Two ex-police officers indicted for allegedly beating Black man in Miss.

USM cancels commencement ceremonies scheduled for August

Forrest Co. voters will decide fate of Confederate monument in November

USM announces condensed schedule for fall 2020 semester

‘Home Town’ returning in 2021 with fifth season

Sheriff: Man wanted for leaving scene of deadly Covington Co. crash arrested

Brett Favre named in Miss. DHS audit report

MEMA releases new damage reports from recent tornadoes

Miss. native and ‘Green Acres’ actor Tom Lester dies at 81

Reeves, Hosemann survey storm damage in South Mississippi

  Reeves: Camp Shelby preparing to house 200 hospital beds

Subcontractor who worked at USM tests positive for COVID-19

  Sheriff: Murder of 82-year-old woman a ‘heinous crime’

All roads back open after Petal train derailment, evacuees return home

Escaped inmate captured in Covington County; 2 still on the run