Summer Tadlock

Summer Tadlock

Multimedia Journalist

Jackson, MS

Summer Tadlock is a multimedia journalist at WLBT and Fox40 News. She graduated from Mississippi State University in 2018 with a major in Communications and a concentration in Broadcast Journalism. Summer is a Mississippi native who grew up watching WLBT. She is honored to work for the same station she watched as a little girl and is thrilled to be able to make an impact in the same community she grew up in.

Recent Articles by Summer

  Trucker recognized for traveling 9 million miles accident free

  Miss. man files lawsuit against Roundup, claims it gave him lymphatic cancer

Two new cases of West Nile Virus reported, brings state total to five

Children affected by raids rally for change

  What you need to know about the Hepatitis A outbreak in Mississippi

  It’s possible: Deer season in the South Delta might not happen this year

  Authorities warn of ‘Porch Pirates’ on Amazon Prime Days

Former MSU football coach Jackie Sherrill gets his day in court, 15 years later

  It’s a CRIME: Viral ice cream video prompts warnings about social media challenges

  Local WWII vet spends the Independence Day holiday waving the U.S. flag

Doctor explains what you need to know about flesh-eating bacteria

  Mississippi center first in nation to perform outpatient knee replacement surgery using ROSA

Cosmetic Surgery Dangers: What to know before going under the knife

  Life after Sexual Assault: The Emotional Trauma Victims Face

Kingston Frazier: Two years later

  World Health Organization shares new guidelines for dementia prevention

  Three arrested after missing minor found in human trafficking bust in Jackson

  Jackson State University featured in Beyoncé documentary

Changes coming for deer hunters as Chronic Wasting Disease continues in the state

  Mashed potatoes are randomly being placed around front yards in historical MS neighborhood

  Jackson State University launches Mississippi’s 1st Virtual Reality Academy

  Number of measles cases in U.S. rise, but what does it mean for Mississippians?

  Local officers provide tips when using ride sharing apps in wake of college student’s death

  Driver’s license stations across the Magnolia State closed due to personnel shortages

  Nasal Spray Addiction: The risks of instant relief

  Spring allergy season hits Mississippians, but there are ways for relief

  'It was more than a pet’: Mississippi man shoots family’s puppy in head as 12-year-old girl calls for him

  Young women experiencing rise in heart attacks

Army dad surprises daughter at school after being deployed for over a year

  Aggressive Spring allergy season ahead