Sarah Liese

Sarah Liese

Digital Content Producer

Biloxi, MS

Sarah Liese was born and raised in Saint Louis, Missouri, and graduated from the University of Mississippi in May 2019. She studied broadcast journalism and creative writing at Ole Miss and pursued multiple internships and fellowships including the Ole Miss Producer in Residence Fellowship that brought her to WLOX-TV.

In 2018, Sarah was awarded the Freeman Foundation Grant, which provided funding for her to live and intern in Tokyo, Japan for eight weeks. She also was a marketing intern for her university's English department for two years, a 2018 Native American Journalist Fellow and intern for the Native American Journalist Association (NAJA), and a news correspondent for her university's news station, NewsWatch Ole Miss.

Sarah now acts as a digital content producer, following her producer training she acquired during her fellowship.

Recent Articles by Sarah

  More than half of inmates at George Co. prison have COVID after hundreds of tests come back positive

Two-year-old wanders outside of house, later found dead in Escatawpa pond

  George County School District now allowing all students to apply for distance learning

  ‘A veto is throwing the baby out with the bathwater:‘ Sen. Brice Wiggins responds to Reeves’ post regarding education bill

  Protestors march in Gulfport to empower and ‘end systemic racism’

  Biloxi Unity March draws crowd as protestors celebrate Juneteenth

Skull found in Mississippi Sound believed to be human skull

Boat fire extinguished in Ocean Springs; no injuries reported

Celebrate Sisters Foundation empowering young women amid tense time

D’Iberville apartment complex shuts down power after electrical fire

  Witnesses asked to come forward after I-10 road rage shooting leaves Gulfport man dead

  Firefighters in Hancock Co. continue to battle large fire as Miss. Forestry Commission encourages residents not to burn outdoors

UPDATE: Bay St. Louis fire is under control, posing no current threat to residents or structures

  No new deaths and only two new COVID-19 cases reported in South Mississippi

  10 new coronavirus cases, 1 new death reported in South Mississippi

  ‘If something doesn’t change, I’m out’: Residents react after deadly St. Martin shooting

Moss Point restaurant cooking up hot dishes to give back to SRHS medical staff and first responders

  193 new cases of coronavirus reported in Mississippi; only six new cases on the Coast

  Over 5,700 cases of coronavirus reported in the state. 635 are on the Coast.

  Nearly 600 Coast residents diagnosed with COVID-19 as state numbers rise to over 4,800

UPDATE: Autopsy shows body found in D’Iberville died of natural causes

‘Religious institutions must not be singled out for special burdens,’ says Attorney General about Greenville church fines

  Fire spanning 460 acres in east Jackson County now 98% contained

  2,781 cases of coronavirus reported in Mississippi, including 390 on the Coast

LIST: Easter Sunday services you and your family can virtually attend

Ingalls reports 2 COVID-19 cases involving non-Ingalls employees

  2,642 cases of coronavirus reported in Mississippi, including 382 on the Coast

Gov. Reeves stresses importance of mental stability during coronavirus calamity

Biloxi police chief warns residents of coronavirus scams

WAMA showcases ‘digital exhibition you didn’t know you needed’ and it’s all about cats