Karrie Leggett-Brown

Karrie Leggett-Brown

Evening Anchor

Moselle, MS

Karrie Leggett-Brown graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Before graduation, Karrie landed a position as a reporter/photographer for WDAM 7. She worked her way up the ranks at the station to eventually become an evening anchor. She is now the medical reporter for the station's weekly segment Medical Housecall.

Recent Articles by Karrie

  Psychologist offers parents screen time tips for kids

  Parent, pediatrician give tips for back to school transition

  Blood donations save Lamar County mother

  City of Laurel ready to win Blood Bowl Bash

  Blood provider has a new name but same mission

  Are meat alternatives healthy?

  Optometrist says sunglasses offer more than just a cool look

  Merit Health Wesley offers new robotic-assisted surgery

  Movement is medicine

  Petal resident finds pain relief through dry needling

  Springtime for migraine sufferers

  Hattiesburg plastic surgeon explains cancer link to breast implants

  Colon cancer survivor says don’t wait to get screened

Governor gives update on Nissan Layoffs

  Lamar County woman shares story of unseen disease

  Doctor warns of condition that can leave you in the dark

  Dyslexia: A hidden disability

  Elizabeth Smart shares story of hope for Pine Grove’s anniversary

  HIV prevention in a pill

  Petal pharmacist explains blood pressure medicine recall

  Merit Health Wesley doctor explains heart disease in women

  Technology helping Hattiesburg seniors stay active

  Pine Grove clinical director reaching those ready for sobriety

  Forrest General doctor shares what you need to know about the flu

  Ophthalmologist warns of sight-stealing disease

  Breast cancer survivor starts foundation to help other women

  New pain medication rules for pain sufferers

  Merit Health Wesley recognized with Gold Seal in sepsis care

  State epidemiologist tells parents to take flu precautions now

  Lamar Co. mom of 3 shares postpartum depression journey