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

  New animal cruelty bill will protect animals in Mississippi like never before

  ‘Mask wearing is more important now’: Singing River Health System seeing spike in COVID-19 cases

  July 4th firework shows creating crowd concerns amid COVID-19

  Seabee base places new travel restrictions due to COVID-19 risk

  Ocean Springs Schools partner with Singing River Health to form advisory board

‘Black Lives Matter’ street art in Moss Point stirs controversy among community

  Pascagoula hosts first youth softball tournament at new sports complex

  Unity March in Moss Point aiming to promote racial equality

  Harrison Co. becomes COVID-19 hotspot as coronavirus cases continue to climb

  Moss Point Police looking to strengthen relationship with community

  Retired Gulfport teacher celebrates 90th birthday with parade

  Most bars ready to open up to late-night crowds but some are being more cautious

  Gautier mother wins 2020 Mississippi Parent of the Year

  Pascagoula hoping for economic boom now that Ingalls East Bank is once again open

  Jackson Co. family is safe after tree crashes into home

  Pascagoula Youth Baseball kicks off season Saturday in small step toward normalcy

  George Regional Hospital adds 10-bed COVID unit, makes testing more accessible

  Operating hurricane shelters under CDC guidelines

  'We can’t breathe’: Peaceful protesters in Biloxi speak out against racism, violence

  Moss Point delivers masks to employees to help businesses open up safely

  ‘It’s demented’: Victim’s daughter coping with gruesome murder of her dad

  Ocean Springs High School graduates take in memorable graduation parade

  Families welcome home soldiers from the Mississippi Army National Guard

  15-year-old killed in shooting was ‘a good boy’ who didn’t get in trouble, says his mother

  Coast mother returns home after battling COVID-19 for 60 days

  Government buildings reopen in Jackson County with new guidelines in place

  Possible return of tournaments leaves fishers feeling optimistic

  Pascagoula High School hosts drive-in senior night

  Some Moss Point businesses welcome back customers

  Gautier High School films virtual graduation for 2020 graduates