Taren Reed

Taren Reed

Reporter

Biloxi, MS

Taren Reed joins the WLOX News Now team from across the state line in Mobile. You'll find her focused on Jackson County, based at WLOX's Pascagoula bureau.

Taren started her career in Mobile at the Fox affiliate. After graduating from the University of South Alabama with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, she moved to Jacksonville, FL, where her passion for news continued. She was also able to dive head first into the digital world and helped create her station’s online presence.

Taren then moved home and worked in the Mobile-Pensacola market for more than seven years, before taking a year off and working in marketing.

Taren now calls WLOX home and is excited to be a part of the team.

Taren is a newlywed and loves spending time with her two furry children, Cash and Layla. She also can appreciate a good day at the pool.


Recent Articles by Taren

  $1.4M grant for Enviva Lucedale road project announced

  Highway 57 bridge project over Red Creek taking longer than expected

Council votes to move forward on obtaining funding for Singing River Mall property

New business sets up shop inside Gautier purchase-only complex

  Annual River Jamboree draws big crowd

CORE hosts inaugural Juneeteenth Freedom Festival in Gautier

  Vancleave woman inspired by WLOX report also donating kidney to a stranger

Old hickories honored at United Way of Jackson and George Counties event

  Scent mister system installed at Pascagoula-Moss Point wastewater plant

  Hundreds shop new indoor flea market in Gautier on grand opening weekend

  Suspect in 2018 George County dog fighting ring bust headed to trial

Jackson County will soon begin collecting delinquent taxes for Moss Point

Dixie Adoptables awarded grant to offer low-cost spay and neuter

  ‘I just still can’t get over some of it’: Pascagoula D-Day vet recounts Normandy invasion

City leaders approve Town Commons plans

Martin Bluff Road widening project behind schedule

  Mayor on failed tax: ‘I think it’s important that we do try again’

  Moss Point residents vote against proposed food tax referendum

  New equipment, $1,000 donated to Pascagoula Girls Softball League

  Blueberry picking season is in full swing

  Presley’s Outing fully booked for Memorial Day weekend

  South Mississippi Strong: City volunteer is a direct descendant of a founding family

Design company presents concept for Town Commons to Gautier city leaders

  Barlow quadruplets 18 yrs later, graduating from high school

  Mayor looking to sell naming rights to Pelican Landing

  City leaders to vote on seven pages of regulations for mobile food vendors

  Plans to be presented for a ‘recreational community’ in Gautier

Gautier restaurant celebrating 50 years awarded key to the city

  Florists slammed with Mother’s Day deliveries

Guitar chunkin’ contest held in Ocean Springs