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

  Hospitals honor healthcare heroes on National Doctors Day

  Truck drivers offered free breakfast, lunch as show of gratitude from Jackson Co. residents

  Farmers markets offering grocery store alternative amid pandemic

  Jackson County hires social-distancing monitors for beaches

  Banks helping small businessses with financial woes during virus outbreak

  Singing River Medical Clinics check for COVID-19 symptoms through hotline

  Liquor stores see spike in sales during coronavirus outbreak

  Coast clinic offers telemedicine to meet growing healthcare demands

Full-time travelers, digital nomads share advice for working from home

‘There is no food shortage,’ Coast grocery stores see increased traffic amid virus outbreak

  Gulfport High distributes in-home learning materials as schools remain closed

'People don’t realize it could be you’: Hancock Co. woman concerned after coronavirus exposure

  Biloxi Catholic church holds Sunday Mass with coronavirus prevention

  Community groups encourage Census 2020 participation

  Diamondhead council tables flat tax resolution for next meeting

  Residents complain of black mold, faulty repairs at Gulfport apartment complex

  Gulfport Behavioral Health re-opens parts of facility with increased focus on patient safety

  First Baptist Gulfport opens new youth ministry center

  St. Martin robotics teams prepare for chance at world championship title

Zebra Run raises more than $50,000 for rare disease treatment

Shriners Hospitals for Children starts remote clinic services in Ocean Springs

  South Mississippi Strong: Gulfport native turned social media star brings laughs to thousands

  Volunteers clean up makeshift homeless campsite

  Bay St. Louis community, city leaders push for ‘justice’ over racially offensive doll

  Experts helping trace African American genealogy in honor of Black History Month

  Latest Dept. of Defense budget could impact Jackson County shipbuilding

  D’Iberville baseball clinic hopes to teach kids valuable lessons for on and off the field

  Workshop teaches kids how to stay safe online

  Military dad surprises son’s kindergarten class after more than a year overseas

  Moss Point mayor’s salary reinstated with backpay as board ends dispute