Lindsay Knowles

Lindsay Knowles

Digital Producer

Biloxi, MS

Lindsay was born and raised in Pascagoula, and attended the University of Southern Mississippi where she earned a bachelor's degree in psychology.

Before coming to WLOX, Lindsay was an editorial assistant for The Mississippi Press and wrote for The Sun Herald newspaper.

Currently, she works as a digital content producer, and also produces Gulf Coast Good News, which you can watch Saturday mornings on WLOX-TV or anytime on

She and her husband, James, live in Ocean Springs with their two sons, Coleton and Nathan. After her boys and her family, Lindsay's favorite things include her cat Nova, reading historical books, anything to do with food, and being on the water.

Recent Articles by Lindsay

Hurricane Sally causes downed trees, power outages in parts of South Mississippi

Extra $300 unemployment payment may be seen as early as next week, says MDES

Former Mississippi governor urges people to vote against medical marijuana initiative

185 students, teachers at Biloxi High in quarantine after 11 test positive

Coast casino employees have at least 15 cases of COVID, aren’t following mask policies, claims workers’ union

100 students sent home from Gulfport High after teacher shows symptoms of COVID-19

Ocean Springs students quarantined after staff member tests positive for COVID-19

Couple charged in murder of Willie Jones back in Mississippi, denied bond

Miss. Governor expected to issue executive order on schools Tuesday

Wrongful death lawsuit claims excessive force used by Moss Point officer in fatal shooting

Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson tests positive for coronavirus

  Man accused of shooting agent has long arrest record, claims to have PTSD, anger issues

Mississippi educators surveyed overwhelmingly vote against traditional return to school

MGCCC changes names of Jefferson Davis campus in Gulfport

Man killed in fire couldn’t get out of hotel room, says Pascagoula fire chief

  VIDEO: Suspect in FBI custody after task force agent shot in Gautier

  Picayune law office burns overnight. Here’s how it’s connected to a missing persons case.

‘We look forward to our day in court’: Moss Point mayor, wife indicted on 14 counts of wire fraud

Satanic Temple threatens lawsuit if ‘In God We Trust’ appears on new Mississippi flag

  George County football player, 2020 graduate killed in car crash

Catholic Dioceses of Mississippi speak out against ‘evils of racism’

Moss Point resident paints over black fist painted by mayor in front of city hall

  Unemployment claims in Mississippi still high but seeing a decline

‘Please be on your guard’: Gov. Reeves concerned after spike in COVID-19 cases

Gulfport city leaders unanimously decide to take down state flag

Gulfport City Council to vote on removing the state flag at municipal offices

UPDATE: Truck driver identified after 18-wheeler went over side of I-10 bridge

Mississippi schools will reopen in the fall but learning may look very different

‘It’s demented’: Victim’s daughter coping with gruesome murder of her dad

Students create ‘Welcome Home’ signs for return of Mississippi National Guard soldiers