Mike Lacy

Mike Lacy


Biloxi, MS

Mike Lacy was a print journalist for 37 years before joining the WLOX team. Most of his career he spent as a writer, editor and page designer at the Sun Herald newspaper. His work has been published regionally and nationally in such newspapers as the Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer and Miami Herald.

Mike has a master's degree in mass communications and also teaches journalism at Tulane University's Mississippi Coast campus.

In addition, Mike has been working in performing arts for 30 years and has been an acting teacher/coach for nearly a decade. He is also a writer, director and performer with several murder mystery dinner theater companies.

He is married to Carol Lacy, and they have a son, Blake.

Recent Articles by Mike

  Prescribed burn on Deer Island good for habitat and for business

  Center Stage Theatre to open with one-man show May 6

  Vendors, visitors slogging through wet Crawfish Festival

  Gulfport family ‘lucky to be alive’ after dog alerts them to house fire

  Businesses have to close down to clean up after Pascagoula flooding

  ‘If the mission is complete, why not pull out?’ Coast veteran with two tours in Afghanistan supports decision to withdraw

  Crawfish boil raises scholarship money in honor of Lt. Michael Boutte

Fire caused by lightning leaves D’Iberville family temporarily without a home

  Spring Break off to slow start with bad weather, split schedule

  New Biloxi public boat launch in the works

  ‘It was a chaotic scene’: Eyewitness catches chaos on camera after gunshot in Gulf Coast casino

  WAMA moving forward with new branding, new direction

  Biloxi VA celebrates vaccinating 20,000 people

  Tennis resort in Bay St. Louis to break ground by year’s end

  Gabrielle’s Trendsetters fashion show raises money for charity with style

  Oyster festival brings in hundreds for tasty treats and open air

  Pass Police Dept. names new communications center after former deputy chief

  Suspect accused in murder of Hancock County deputy now facing 8 new charges

  Jon Nass becomes new CEO, executive director of Port of Gulfport

  Gulfport community garden cleaning up and turning dirt for spring

  Biloxi to consider no-wake zone resolution for Popp’s Ferry Causeway Park

  Coliseum back in business with high school graduations

  Accused killer of Lt. Boutte meek, confused at first court appearance

  George County vulnerable in storm with Zeta debris still on the ground

  Biloxi to change traffic texting providers starting Monday

  Tom Adams, veteran of three wars, celebrates 100 years

  One Year Ago: COVID-19 forced virtual learning in Biloxi Catholic Schools

  Gulfport School District to have teachers dedicated to just virtual learning

  ‘What it has caused is separation’: Gulfport man still grieving loss of wife during pandemic

  Gulfport Mayor Hewes proclaims March 11th as ‘Healthcare Heroes Day’