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

  DuBard School for Language Disorders rethinks the traditional mask

  WCU School of Education adds new programs

  Parent questions Lamar County School District’s virtual learning

  William Carey School of Education breaks school’s fall enrollment record

  Petal parents question school district’s virtual learning option

  Two senators, two different votes on Gov. Reeves education bill veto

  Miss. physicians release school reopening recommendations

  HPSD teachers say they are ready to get back to class

  Two Pine Belt educators are finalists for MDE’s Teacher, Administrator of Year

  Lamar Co. dad says blood donations are critical for daughter’s heart surgeries

  Daughter says blood donations make a difference in mother’s health

  Blood donations save life of Purvis mom after giving birth

  East Jasper superintendent says COVID-19 relief funds means no limits for quality education

  Miss. actress says retired flag means “it’s a better day” for state

  MDE offers flexibility to reopen schools

  Miss. education leaders working on key issues to reopen school

  Mississippi Department of Education fostering strong readers

  Hub City daycare taking precautions to keep kids safe from COVID-19

  William Carey University hosts virtual education recruitment session

  Longleaf Elementary teacher wins TEC, WDAM Golden Apple Award

  South Jones parent struggling to make graduation joyous occasion for daughter

  Bay Springs Class of 2020 earns more than $7 million in scholarships

  Alternate graduation plan point of contention in Lamar County

  William Carey to host virtual teacher roundup event

  Sumrall High School teacher wins Golden Apple Award

  Pine Belt superintendents work to end school year strong as distance learning continues

  Dixie Electric works to restore power to hundreds of homes

  Miskelly Furniture wants to thank front line heroes

  Psychologist offers ways to cope with mental toll of COVID-19

  WCU Dean of Education: Suspended teaching exams may help teacher numbers