Annie Johnson

Annie Johnson is a digital producer at WLOX. On a normal day, Annie is writing stories for the WLOX website, developing breaking news stories, and engaging viewers on WLOX’s social media platforms. She joined the digital team on January 2018 but has been with WLOX since September 2017. Annie graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi in May of 2017 and enjoys being an hour away from both her hometown and college town. Annie’s favorite thing about being a digital producer is sending out breaking news the moment after it happens through our WLOX app! Though she loves being a digital producer, Annie’s long-term goal is to be a multi-media journalist and reporter. If she’s not at work, Annie’s favorite things include working out, watching YouTube tutorials, spending time with her family, trying different cooking recipes, or interacting with new faces along the Gulf Coast. You can tweet her @AnnieWLOX or email her at

Recent Articles by Annie

St. Patrick’s Day celebrations paint the Gulf Coast green

POLICE: Moss Point woman shoots victim in the face as she calls police

  Tires break free from 18-wheeler killing New Orleans college student

Reward offered for man accused of sex crimes who may have faked his death

Mississippi man charged with estranged wife’s murder; More charges expected

UPDATE: Driver in I-10 standoff now facing more charges

Human remains found in Harrison County

Pascagoula daycare closed after cease-and-desist issued by health department

Two arrested after unsupervised one-year-old dies, 2 other children taken from home

  Mississippi mother horrified after toddler attacked at daycare

President, Vice President discuss prison reform at roundtable before rally

President Trump coming to Biloxi ahead of U.S. Senate runoffs

NCIS: No foul play suspected in Seabee killed in shooting at Keesler housing

Gulfport police: Woman says boyfriend cut her with box cutter during argument

UPDATE: Inmates evacuated from Stone County Jail after carbon monoxide poisoning

Moss Point woman identified as deceased Jackson Co. inmate

First, she was crowned homecoming queen. Then, she kicked the winning field goal.