Chancelor was born in Jacksonville, FL., and is an avid Jaguars fan! He's called the Gulf Coast home since 2007 when he moved to Pensacola, graduating from the University of West Florida with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Chancelor's mother is a native of New Orleans, so his roots also run deep in Louisiana. Geaux Tigers!
Outside of work, he maintains an active lifestyle and you can find him at the gym or on a beachside jog with his dog, Brody.
He's thrilled to now be part of the Mississippi Gulf Coast community working as a Multimedia Journalist for WLOX. You can connect with Chancelor on Twitter @chancelorwinn.
Throughout Ocean Springs, campaign signs for the two candidates running for mayor, Kenny Holloway and Melanie Allen, are on almost every corner. The primary runoff election is on April 27 with the winner becoming mayor of Ocean Springs.
For months, Reuben Borden and Cassandra Smith have been working to move their father to a new cemetery because of poor conditions at Jackson County Memorial Park. They say suddenly and without notice, their father was exhumed and left behind the mausoleum.
After years of disarray and poor conditions at a Jackson County cemetery, families are now hopeful that action will be taken to maintain upkeep for the final resting place where many of their loved ones are buried.
Many plants are now suffering from the frigid temperatures brought on by the winter storm, and nurseries in South Mississippi are working hard to make sure they don’t let their own greenery fall victim to the winter weather as well.