Chancelor Winn

Chancelor Winn

Multimedia Journalist

Biloxi, MS

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.

Recent Articles by Chancelor

  Several jobs of all skill levels available now in Moss Point School District

  Largest marina in Jackson County has a new owner with eye toward the future

  Ocean Springs mayoral candidates gear up for primary runoff election

  Ocean Springs looking towards future of Amtrak passenger rail service

  Ingalls’ new president looks to sustain growth for the future

  Poor conditions at Jackson County cemetery force family to move exhumed father

  Ocean Springs residents voice concerns over potential apartment complex development

  Lake Mars Pier now partially open

  Hiring of new Harrison Co. School District superintendent has some concerned about lack of transparency

  Concerned families help push Perpetual Care Cemetery bill through the Senate

  More developments underway in downtown Pascagoula

  River flooding causing concern in parts of Harrison, Stone counties

  Moss Point mayoral candidates speak at public forum

  Martin Bluff bridge construction continues

  St. Vincent De Paul thrift store set to officially opens its doors in Ocean Springs

Teacher pay raise much-needed in Mississippi, say educators

  $28.6 billion from the COVID-19 relief bill is dedicated to helping restaurants

  ‘We have had so many deaths’: State health officials reflect on year of COVID-19, look to the future

  ‘Never did I think I would be where I was’: 61-year-old wrestling coach’s fight against COVID-19

  Nurseries describe how they keep plants safe during freezes

  Gautier residents excited for development of old Singing River Mall property

  Moss Point aldermen call for mayor’s immediate resignation

  Frigid temperatures force power outages in George County

  Mental health initiative at PGSD focuses on Whole Student Education

  Elderly struggle with access to COVID-19 vaccine appointments

  Meet Pascagoula’s unopposed mayoral candidate, Jay Willis

  Second dose of COVID-19 vaccine is critically important

  Harrison County firefighters battle 2 trailer fires in a matter of hours

  Jackson County School District improvements could raise taxes through proposed bond

  More concrete swales coming to Ocean Springs despite residents asking to halt the project