Meggan Gray

Meggan Gray

News Anchor

Biloxi, MS

Meggan was born and raised right here in South Mississippi. She grew up in Gulfport and attended St. John High School (now St. Patrick High) before leaving the coast for the "loveliest village on the plains" to attend Auburn University.

Meggan is up long before dawn to anchor Good Morning Mississippi every weekday beginning at 4:30 a.m. When the show goes off air at 7 a.m., she hops over to the newsroom to anchor news cutins during "CBS This Morning."

Meggan began her career in broadcasting at WLOX in 2003, after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Auburn University with a degree in Mass Communication. Her first job was a morning tape editor. Soon after that, she started producing.

Her first time in front of the camera was in the Summer of 2005, when she started doing live shots for Good Morning Mississippi. She became a full time reporter for WLOX in the Fall of 2006, and was reunited with the Good Morning Mississippi team as a co-anchor in January of 2007. Meggan says she loves being a part of the show she remembers so well growing up.

Meggan is thrilled to be working in her hometown community. She's always loved South Mississippi for its people, diverse culture, and beautiful coastal views. Her parents are also a big part of the community; they've owned and operated their own business in Gulfport for more than 30 years.

Meggan married her college sweetheart, John, who is a principal architect with Allred Stolarski Architectural Group in Ocean Springs. Together they have three beautiful (and very active) children - Austin, Avery, and Aiden.

Oh, and by the way -- Meggan loves to sing! She loves musical theatre and has performed in many local theater productions. You may remember her as Maria in KNS' "The Sound of Music" in 2008.

Meggan is also a graduate of Leadership Gulf Coast. She has a passion for children and enjoys serving on the board of directors for Lynn Meadows Discovery Center, as well as serving as a life member for Junior Auxiliary of Gulfport.

Recent Articles by Meggan

  South Mississippi Strong: Dave Vincent continues to find ways to give back in retirement

  Backstage at ‘The All Night Strut’ at Center Stage in Biloxi

  Memorial Hospital expands to Stone County

  Chevron career fair shows 7th graders what engineers do

Raise money for your nonprofit with ‘Birdies for Charity’

  South Mississippi Strong: John Wilson launches educational engine with INFINITY Science Center

  “I am stronger than this:” Breast cancer survivor inspires others to Race for the Cure

  South Mississippi Strong: Goodwill wants to end poverty in Mississippi

  South Mississippi Strong: Nancy Rogers makes Mardi Gras magic for 23 years

  George County man mourns lost love after wife dies in crash

  South Mississippi Strong: Harrison County’s emergency youth shelter gives a safe space to children in need

  South Mississippi Strong: A Waveland firefighter uses his ‘second chance’ to save lives

  Shopping for back to school supplies? You're not alone!

Long Beach plans to add new access path to beach for wheelchairs

Fisher Camp teaches kids how to saddle up

  South Mississippi Strong: A thriving seafood industry has deep roots in Biloxi

When strangers attack: Louisiana woman shares her parking garage horror story

Allen Hyundai collects 'buddy bags' for local foster children

  South Mississippi Strong: Community pharmacy offers free prescriptions to bridge health care gap

School bus overturns in Greene County; students suffer minor injuries

Work begins on the house that Hang Out with Habitat will build

One Coast Awards honor top leaders in South Mississippi

Fire damages one Gulfport apartment

Teachers learn valuable lessons inside MS Power plant

LIST: Sandbag locations now open across South Mississippi

Large home being renovated in west Gulfport catches fire

George Co. prom-prosal goes viral

Termite invasion: experts say don't panic

St. Vincent de Paul students, teachers and parents donate hair