Joyce Philippe

Joyce Philippe


Biloxi, MS

Joyce Philippe joined the WLOX News team in September 2017.

As a news reporter/multimedia journalist, she covers everything from feature stories to breaking news in South Mississippi. Before working on-air, she got her start in the business as one of the station’s digital content producers.

Joyce was born and raised in South Florida and a graduate of Florida State University. While in school, she balanced classwork with her internships at WCTV in Tallahassee and WFLA in Tampa. She also hosted a weekly talk show at WFSU, Tallahassee’s public television station.

Joyce is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists.

In her spare time, she can be found feeling the burn at the gym, exploring the Coast or anywhere there is good food. Joyce has passion for storytelling on different platforms and being a student of the world around her. Any story ideas? Feel free to reach out to her at or on social media.

Recent Articles by Joyce

  VIDEO: Thermal camera demonstrates how dangerous hot cars are for children

  Business owners enforce mask mandate to avoid risk of closure

Volunteers participate in Gulfport neighborhood cleanup

  Boy Scouts clean up Fourth of July debris from Pass Christian beach

  Mothers against gun violence plea to end trend of deadly teen shootings on Coast

  Gulfport NAACP board charts plan of action for summer and fall

  Coast hotels, tourism officials hoping for busy holiday weekend despite pandemic

  Coast residents react to legislature’s decision regarding state flag

  Volunteers spruce up downtown Biloxi for Clean Up-Day

  33rd Annual Media for Red Cross Blood Drive set to take place this week across the Coast

  Volunteers distribute free summer meals to Gulfport youth

  St. Martin nursing home residents celebrate Father’s Day with early parade

  Youth baseball returns to the diamond but with precautions to prevent spread of virus

  Visitors happy to have dine-in option return to Biloxi restaurants

  Moss Point nonprofit offers free coronavirus testing

  June 13: Free COVID testing in Moss Point

  State leaders working to bridge digital gap in rural communities

  Family of slain Biloxi teen hopes killers can be brought to justice

Churchgoers brave wind, rain for reopening of Diamondhead United Methodist

  2020 college graduates experience turbulence during job search

  'Silence is violence’: Picayune protesters gather for third day

  Gulfport school leaders considering all options for students in the fall

  Beau Rivage reopens with new protocols in place

  Pandemic brings new technology, new challenges for deaf community

  Moss Point-Jackson County NAACP passes out free masks to residents

  Biloxi attractions caught in middle of conflict between city and state orders

  Biloxi High School Class of 2020 graduates in non-traditional ceremony

  Gym owners roll out limited reopening, reflect on pandemic lessons

  Biloxi dance school reopens with high hopes for successful summer recital

Hancock High unveils banners of senior class of 2020