Tristan Ruppert

Tristan Ruppert


Biloxi, MS

Tristan Ruppert is a multi-media journalist for WLOX News Now. He's a graduate of Ole Miss, and lives in Ocean Springs.

Recent Articles by Tristan

  All students in George County now set to return on Aug. 17

  ‘Our district has failed us': Parents plead for Harrison County to push back first day of school

  Pascagoula-Gautier School District postpones return to school by two days

  Rise up Rally raises awareness on the evils of human trafficking

  Adults under 30 taking the blame for having highest number of COVID cases

  Harrison County School District now allowing virtual learning option to all students

  Coast radio personality battling COVID-19

  Civil rights icon John Lewis memorialized alongside Dr. Martin Luther King at Bay park

  Many local businesses support mask mandate to curb spread of COVID-19

  Reaction mixed among Coast restaurants as governor considers more restrictions

  History in the Making: State flag comes down along the Coast

  Coast businesses working to be transparent when it comes to COVID-19 concerns

  As number of COVID-19 cases rise on the Coast, many still refuse to take precautions

  Coast theatre groups coming together to face COVID-19

  MSDH’s delayed release of COVID-19 numbers causing concern for Miss. residents

  Confederate monument in Harrison Co. causes both in favor and opposition to stand up and speak out

  Unity March in Ocean Springs takes stand against racial injustice, state flag

  Social media playing big part in Black Lives Matter movement

  Bars and restaurants in Ocean Springs open late once more as curfew restrictions are lifted

  Harrison Co. beaches expected to fully reopen by next Friday

  People enjoy Coast beaches as sections reopen following Cristobal cleanup

  Winning $2M lottery ticket sold at Gautier grocery store

  Wiggins Town Hall creates dialogue between community and its leaders

  DMVs set to return with new protocols in place

  Businesses working to bounce back near Howard Avenue

  Gulfport police chief creating open dialogue with community on race relations

  Graduating seniors at D’Iberville High School refuse to let COVID-19 ruin their graduation ceremony

  Casino success signals potential economic revival

  Safe Return order brings smiles to local business owners

  Hurricane protocols could be changing in the post-COVID-19 world