Desirae Duncan

Desirae Duncan

News Anchor/Reporter

Biloxi, MS

Desirae Duncan is a native of Kentucky and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Kentucky with a degree in journalism. Before coming to WLOX, she was a multimedia journalist at WALB in Albany, GA, and started at WAVE in Louisville, KY as a news content specialist and digital content producer.

Desirae’s start in news was in middle school, where she was known for waking up the school every morning with an enthusiastic "Good morning, Bluegrass! I'm Desirae Duncan - your weathergirl!" She hopes to bring that same enthusiasm to her reporting in South Mississippi.

When she’s not on air, she’s spending time with her rescue dog, Winn Dixie, traveling, shopping or cheering on her Kentucky Wildcats.

Recent Articles by Desirae

  Domestic violence survivor finds healing through service dog and art

Pickleball tournament raises money for American Cancer Society

  Gulf Coast stores making plans for Black Friday

  ‘We’re pushing through:' Health care workers persist in the face of pandemic

  Long Beach woman searches for the ‘angels’ who helped after car crash

  20th annual 'Buddy Walk’ shifts to car parade

  AMR takes extra precautions to protect paramedics against COVID-19

  Gulfport High automotive teacher awarded Harbor Freight Tool’s $50,000 prize

  Hurricane Delta impacts tourism during Cruisin’ the Coast

  Weather cooperates as cruisers enjoy final weekend of Cruisin’

  Coast mom births baby en route to the hospital

  Gulfport cuts ribbon on new Fire Station No. 9

  Campers evacuate Davis Bayou ahead of Hurricane Delta

  Classic car lovers kick off Cruisin’ the Coast with traditional Cruise-In

  Mississippi Aviation Heritage Museum officially opens

Keesler AFB hosts drive-through health fair

  Youth for Christ expands its ministry on the Gulf Coast

  Family of missing 93-year-old Stone Co. grandfather pleads for his safe return

  South Mississippi mom aims to raise awareness about childhood cancer

Diamondhead hosts first ever ‘Paradise Paddle’ event

  Hurricane Sally damage to Florida facility impacts Coast recycling programs

  Former Jackson Co. Justice Court Judge dies at 85

  Car enthusiasts prepare for Cruisin’ the Coast 2020

  Hundreds of items sold at Biloxi auction

  Jackson Co. sends a truckload of donations to help Laura victims

  Biloxi Police consider a number of factors before engaging in a chase

  Jackson County relieved for not receiving worst of Hurricane Sally

  Hurricane Sally causes downed trees, power outages in parts of South Mississippi

  Boy diagnosed with sickle cell when he was four weeks old shares journey

  Volunteers build sensory garden at Popp’s Ferry Elementary