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

  Replica ships of Columbus’ Nina and Pinta now docked in Biloxi

  Gulfport City Council discusses flat rate water billing model

  Long Beach Church of Christ welcomes Panama visitors

  D’Iberville teens now have a place to hang out thanks to $20,000 makeover

  Biloxi to consider new subdivision near Atkinson, Popps Ferry roads

  Rotary Club warms up with chili and mac n’ cheese cook-off

  Efforts to expand Port of Gulfport discussed at Chamber breakfast

  Stone County residents push for Second Amendment Sanctuary

  Famous Clydesdale horses parade across the Coast

  Hancock Co. opens second location for business owners to apply for disaster loans

  The Lord is My Help remembers founder Kay Woods

  $5,000 reward offered for information on 3 Harrison Co. arson investigations

  Smith Family Singers celebrate 39 years of gospel music and tradition

  Group gathers to discuss gun rights, gun safety, and Red Flag Law

  BEWARE: Text that appears to be from FedEx is likely a scam

Buddy Bags in need of donations to help Coast children in foster care

  MLK Day Wild Game Fest serves up burgers made from raccoon, beaver, deer

  Law enforcement officers receive crisis intervention training

  Residents at Waveland RV park without power, water for 7 weeks

  Harrison County considers syncing traffic lights on Hwys. 49 and 90

  Gymnasts from across the Southeast travel to Biloxi Bijou Gymnastics Competition

  Rep. Williams-Barnes wants to see changes in MDOC staffing, funding

Gulfport Police sees record number of recruits, still hiring additional officers

  ‘We’re talking about a medication’: Gulfport doctor breaks down benefits of medical marijuana

  Inmates welcomed back to work detail after MDOC lifts prison lockdowns

  Diamondhead residents no longer have curbside recycling option

  Seafood businesses hope for better year after disastrous 2019

  Christmas Cardboard Recycling Program another hit in Harrison County

  Fireworks vendors hope to send 2019 off with a bang

  WLOX Holiday Blood Drive hopes to help Red Cross with critical blood shortage