Branden Walker

Branden Walker

Multimedia Journalist

Moselle, MS

Hello, my name is Branden Walker. I was born and raised in Pearl, Mississippi, and I graduated from Pearl High School in 2013.

I then went on to William Carey University, where I graduated in 2018 with a double major in Mass Communications/News Media and Intercultural Studies. I am now working on a Weather Certification at Mississippi State University online.

During my time at William Carey, I had the opportunity to intern at WDAM for a year under Nick Lilja, Patrick Bigbie and Rex Thompson as a weather intern. I’ve also interned at the National Weather Service in Jackson.

I look forward to working alongside the WDAM team! If you have a story idea you’d like to share, send me an email at bwalker@wdam.com.


Recent Articles by Branden

  Downtown Hattiesburg to launch ‘Get Out and Get Downtown’ campaign

  Preparing for possible power outages from Hurricane Sally

  PFD hosts 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb Saturday

  Covington Co. School District receives $475K grant to upgrade security on campuses

  Grace’s Home of Heroes prepares for health and benefits convoy

  Alzheimer’s Foundation of America to host virtual conference for Mississippians

  Why we celebrate Labor Day

  Safety tips for boating on Labor Day

  Piney Woods House of Hope host community garage sale

  New mural being painted in downtown Hattiesburg

  Hattiesburg Arts Council prepares for its 50th Anniversary

  Five Richton football players test positive for COVID-19, team quarantined

  Hardy Street Baptist sends team to Louisiana to help with relief efforts

  Community members attend BLM prayer vigil Sunday evening

  BLM Mississippi ‘Stop the Violence’ event brings local businesses together

  Awareness rally on child sex trafficking held in Hattiesburg Saturday

  Mississippi’s tiniest museum tucked away in downtown Hattiesburg

  Caretakers charged after drowning of vulnerable adult in Perry Co.

  Pine Belt residents not taking any chances with storms

  Hurricane preparation tips for homes in the Pine Belt

  Save the Children vigil held in Laurel Saturday night

  Preparing for next week’s storms in the Pine Belt

  USM athletic director, students react to tailgating ban

  Charles H. Johnson Head Start returns to class virtually due to COVID-19

  Sports physicians provide tips for athletes during COVID-19

  Hattiesburg Junior Auxiliary donates recess bags for Oak Grove elementary students

  “Vehicle fun run” benefit for lung transplant recipient in Collins

  “Back the Blue” event held in Petal Saturday

  Perry County Sheriff’s Office raising funds for body cameras

  Classes back in session for Richton School District