Summer Tadlock

Summer Tadlock

Multimedia Journalist

Jackson, MS

Summer Tadlock is a multimedia journalist at WLBT and Fox40 News. She graduated from Mississippi State University in 2018 with a major in Communications and a concentration in Broadcast Journalism. Summer is a Mississippi native who grew up watching WLBT. She is honored to work for the same station she watched as a little girl and is thrilled to be able to make an impact in the same community she grew up in.


Recent Articles by Summer

  Parents of students affected by JPS school closings bring questions to community meeting

  ‘It’s just horrible’: Residents sound off after nearly two dozen shot in Jackson in one week

  Pelahatchie community comes together to decorate for Christmas amid political clash

  No Christmas in Pelahatchie? Political clash leaves town without decorations

  C Spire event inspires future coders in Mississippi where 1,000 computing jobs lay vacant

  Star community continues clean up one week after tornado rips through neighborhood

  DoorDash delivery driver carjacked at gunpoint in Jackson

  Make a list and check it twice because Black Friday deals are starting earlier than ever

  Mississippi has highest flu-like activity in the United States, according to the CDC

  Is your cat diabetic? If so, this new study will pay for their treatments

  ‘Loud, dangerous, and so scary:’ Residents express fears of drag racing on Watkins Drive

  Baptist Medical Center first in the metro to perform new procedure that prevents strokes

  Officials consider lowering Reservoir water levels in ongoing fight against the Giant Salvinia

  Mannsdale Upper Elementary hosts the school’s first farmers market

  Jackson teen to perform at International Piano Competition at Carnegie Hall in New York

  How to heat your home safely during the winter months

  Pet experts recommend bringing your dog inside during record-breaking arctic blast

  Report: Mississippi ranks in the top 10 states where you are most likely to hit a deer

  Life after “The Voice” for Pearl native Zach Bridges

  Yes, some companies are actually testing out four-day work weeks

  Democratic Attorney General candidate Jennifer Riley Collins remains hopeful after defeat

Beth Israel Early Learning Center to remain open through May 2020

  Beth Israel Early Learning Center to close its doors after 40 years

Wounded Marine veteran camps out for 7 days in Pearl to raise money for other vets

  Halloween’s chilly temperature’s didn’t scare off Trick-or-Treaters

Law enforcement teaches us the do’s and don’ts of trick-or-treating

  JPS students lend a helping hand to other students in need

  Jackson city officials issue new plan to reduce high water bills

  Mississippi riders cruise against breast cancer

  $13 million development coming to the heart of Fondren