Jalen Dogan

Digital Content Producer

Moselle, MS

I am Jalen Dogan, a senior Broadcast Journalism major at The University of Southern Mississippi with a minor in Spanish. I was born and raised here in Hattiesburg.

I have one younger sister.​ I've been a sports fanatic since my childhood.

I have written for Southern Miss' university newspaper, The Student Printz. I have also previously interned at FOX WXXV in Gulfport, MS. I'm very family-oriented and I'm always looking to learn and grow.​

Recent Articles by Jalen

393 new COVID-19 cases confirmed, 1 death reported in MS

868 new COVID-19 cases confirmed, 19 deaths reported in MS

797 new COVID-19 cases confirmed, 15 deaths reported in MS

Miss. delegation seeking rural healthcare relief amid COVID-19 pandemic

357 new COVID-19 cases confirmed, 3 deaths reported in MS

  Fire Marshal to investigate Jones Middle School blaze

226 new COVID-19 cases confirmed, 5 deaths reported in MS

990 new COVID-19 cases confirmed, 4 deaths reported in MS

680 COVID-19 cases confirmed in MS, 14 deaths reported

26,567 COVID cases reported in MS, 1,059 deaths reported

HPD: Missing man found safe

Teen’s bond set at $175K cash after murder charge

Laurel man receives posthumous award for trying to save partner’s child

Jones College temporarily closing for electrical maintenance

Purvis native returns home after 7-month deployment at sea

New patient visitation policy at SCRMC begins next week

283 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in MS, 4 deaths reported

Highway reopened after log truck overturns in Marion Co.

MVLP hosting series of virtual legal clinics

374 new COVID-19 cases, 21 deaths reported in Miss.

341 new COVID-19 cases, 10 deaths reported in Miss.

PRCC finishing construction projects on campus

498 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Miss., 20 deaths

CSN launching first cybercrime victim support hotline in MS

Forrest General hosting emergency blood drive

Jones College employee tests positive for COVID-19

MSDH reports 238 new COVID-19 cases, 12 deaths

MSDH reports 302 new COVID-19 cases, 15 deaths

Hurricane season is here, start preparing now

Assistance granted for more counties affected by Easter storms