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

  Mississippi Sound Coalition set to protect South Mississippi

  Officer’s body cam video released in fatal shooting of Diamon Sims

  ‘All You Need is Love’: Church hosts Beatles mass to raise money for charity

  Cruisin’ the Coast brings flame-throwing fun to Island View

  CRUISIN’ THE COAST: Hundreds of classic cars roll in Long Beach despite rainy weather

  Sights and sounds from the first day of Cruisin’ the Coast

  Family of Hancock Co. man missing over 2 months vows not to stop searching

  VIDEO: Jackson Co. fire 80% contained as 160 acres continue to burn

Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum hosts its biggest fundraiser

  Nancy Depreo set to replace Mayor Schafer on P.O.A Collaborative Committee

  Keeping kids safe online: Long Beach parents learn how to ‘protect young eyes’

  Diamondhead amenities funding facing the unknown

  Labor Day weekend tourism on the Coast down compared to past years

Biloxi Shuckers nab possible six post-season home games

  AT&T strike comes to an end after agreement is reached with union

  Athletes who helped shape sports in Biloxi inducted into city’s Sports Hall of Fame

  Most of the street lights along Ocean Springs’ scenic Front Beach working again

  Pass Christian community gathers for Hurricane Camille Anniversary

  Eleven men and women graduate from coast fire academy

  Hancock High breaks ground on new field house

  Coast voters talk about key issues, races headed into the primaries

  West Harrison High band to perform in the Rose Parade

  Remembrance begins the healing process after 3 teens drown

  Community members concerned with Port of Gulfport’s construction plan

  Sailors return to the water for ‘Summer in the Pass Regatta’

  Hancock County fundraiser raises money to help veterans travel for medical treatments

  Coast community supports those fighting Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

  Counties, state working together to keep Gulf Coast Mental Health open

  Pet-friendly restaurants are violating state health code

  Braving scorching temps: Firefighters train under the hot summer sun