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

  Buskin’ the Coast: Blackwater Brass Band bringing Mardi Gras music to South Mississippi

  Community reacts to latest mask mandate extension

  Legislators look at upgrading how alcohol is distributed in Mississippi

  Faith, family defined iconic bakery owner David Mohler, says his family

  Coast mourns loss of Ocean Springs icon David Mohler

  Improvements to East Beach Drive would make it safer, say residents, city leader

  D’Iberville duo leaves lasting legacy in world of youth sports

  Residents, businesses encouraged as Division Street construction nears completion

Small group of South Mississippians protest as chaos unfolds at the Capitol

  Older generations eagerly await vaccination opportunities

  New year’s resolutions show hope for a better 2021

  Gulf Coast bars expected to be busy for New Year’s Eve

  Biloxi Mardi Gras parades canceled for 2021

  South Mississippians stress the need for financial aid

  Holiday Hoops tourney evolves in the face of COVID-19

  ‘What about downtown?’ Community pushes back after Ocean Springs votes to cancel parades

  Coast private school takes to the court against local team to showcase global talent

  Healthcare workers on the Coast among the first to get vaccinated

  COVID-19 limiting holiday shopping crowds

  COVID-19 not allowing the good times to roll until 2022

  Remembering Molly Lee: Gulfport teen leaves legacy of love for those who knew her

  New crowd limits for indoor sporting events now in effect to slow COVID-19 spread

  Christmas on the Bayou protecting their participants, preserving a tradition

  Memorial offering pay incentives for new nurses, respiratory therapists

  Collaborative community effort shields the less fortunate from frigid lows

  Jones Park Holiday Celebration bringing smiles to the community

  A breakdown of the rising number of COVID cases in Mississippi

  Last day of hurricane season brings relief, retirement for Harrison County EMA Director

  Christmas trees, lights go up all across South Mississippi

  New body cam technology will help Gulfport Police Department be more transparent, says chief