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

  Biloxi to consider historic district expansion along Division Street

  Keesler Air Force Base obstacle course teaches big lesson the hard way

  Bayou View Elementary shines bright in third grade state assessments

  Mississippi Aquarium construction kicking into high gear

  Attorney, family member speaks out after fatal Moss Point shooting

  Officials release threatening social media post by 16-year-old

  Tulane University in Biloxi shuts its doors for good

  Gulfport man finds living kidney donor through social media

  Newman, DeLano working the neighborhoods before primary election

  Swimmers don’t fear Dedeaux Park despite drownings

  First study of 3-D seabed imagery in Gulf by remote drone celebrated

  Handsboro Square shopping plaza still growing despite departure of Rouses

  Reactions along proposed east-west corridor route in Biloxi mixed

  Tax-free holiday good for big and small businesses alike in South Mississippi

  Tax-free school supplies have shoppers flocking to Coast stores

  Harrison County schools get even more serious about security

  Assistant tax collector accused of fraud now on administrative leave

  Chillin’ on the Gulf Coast music fest coming to Centennial Plaza in September

Ohr museum celebrates 162nd birthday of Mad Potter of Biloxi

  Picayune throws barbecue for first reponders to say thanks

  In shadow of algae bloom, Embrace the Gulf 2020 to promote Gulf’s ability to recover

  Hancock County using surveillance cameras to crack down on illegal tire dumping

  Highway 90 mess, potential river flooding on radar of emergency officials

  Pebble Creek neighborhood warned and wary about flooding from Barry

  Foster defends decision to refuse female reporter access to campaign

  Biloxi sues FEMA, demands $8.8 million back for East Biloxi infrastructure project

  Great Southern Golf Club using Chapter 11 to find ways to keep course open

  Former Coast residents say California earthquakes offer lesson for South Mississippi

  Coast has plenty of amenities to attract tourists other than beach

  Biloxi to receive final version of new convention feasibility study