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 email@example.com or on social media.
The Gulf Coast Mental Health Center could shut its doors next month due to a lack of funding. On Thursday, law enforcement and county officials met with the center’s leadership to learn more about the issue.
On Friday, kids learned about safety during a block party at Willow Creek Apartments in Pascagoula. Gulf Coast Prestige Youth hosted the event to bring residents together and spread a message of nonviolence.
World War II vessel PT 305 is docked in Bay St. Louis, courtesy of the World War II museum in New Orleans. It’s the ship’s longest trip from home port on Lake Pontachtrain, bringing a piece of American history to the Gulf Coast.