Ray Price is a New Orleans native and news has always been a big part of his life. While other two-year-olds were reading Dr. Seuss and watching Saturday morning cartoons, Ray was reading the Times-Picayune and watching early morning news shows.
He joined the WLOX News Team after graduating from Loyola University New Orleans. He is also a proud alumnus of Brother Martin High School.
Before coming to South Mississippi, Ray worked for the New Orleans Pelicans, and Crimestoppers of New Orleans. Ray also spent two years polishing his journalism skills as an intern at WDSU where he helped cover the Lafayette theatre shooting, high profile trials, and Mardi Gras.
Some fun facts about Ray: He is fluent in French, is a published fashion model and actor, has a twin sister, and loves to watch Jeopardy.
Governor Phil Bryant is asking for a federal fisheries disaster declaration for Mississippi due to the Bonnet Carré Spillway opening. Such a declaration could help all those negatively impacted by the freshwater intrusion, including fishermen and related businesses, obtain financial assistance.
Latoye Sutter got a message no mother wants to get while at work away from her child. Thursday, Sutter received a text at 9:03 p.m. stating that her son had been scratched in the face by another child. But it wasn’t the text that sent her heart racing.
When Florence became a Cat. 4 hurricane, the Muzzeys packed their bags, grabbed the dog, and loaded the car. Everyday since they evacuated, they say they have been streaming the local news from back home, but trying so hard to get back home.