Amber Spradley, wdam

Amber Spradley

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Biloxi, MS, United States

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Recent:
  • wdam
Past:
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • FOX10News | WALA
  • Region 8 News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WCTV Eyewitness News
  • WKYT
  • KWCH Eyewitness News

Recent articles by Amber:

Bay St. Louis student wins state runner-up for National Spelling Bee

The National Spelling Bee is right around the corner, and you can find our state’s runner up in Hancock County ready to go as an alternate if needed. → Read More

Pass Christian to revive ‘Blessing of the Fleet’

A coastal tradition, the Blessing of the Fleet, is returning to Pass Christian after years. → Read More

Gaming Summit underway in Biloxi

The Southern Gaming Summit is underway this week at the Beau Rivage. → Read More

One USM researcher chosen to write Scholastic book

Jill Hendon from Ocean Springs has teamed up with the Scholastic Corporation to publish a book and activity set for kids called “Shark Lab.” → Read More

Historic ship discovered off of Pascagoula coast

The Industry brig from Westport, Massachusetts was built in 1815. It was used to hunt whales across the seas for two decades before wrecking on May 26, 1836. → Read More

Historic ship discovered off of Pascagoula coast

The Industry brig from Westport, Massachusetts was built in 1815. It was used to hunt whales across the seas for two decades before wrecking on May 26, 1836. → Read More

Governor Reeves visits Stone County to announce new Enviva plant

Governor Tate Reeves visited the Stone County Courthouse Tuesday to announce a new Enviva plant coming to the area. → Read More

Hundreds of bikers fill the streets for 100-mile ride and one special cause

Just over 400 riders were escorted by Mississippi Highway Patrol for the second-ever Bayou to the Beach for Autism Speaks ride. → Read More

Man nominates wife as Mississippi Hero for work she does in medicine

Emily Gonzalez thought she was going car shopping with her family at Champion Dodge in Gulfport. Little did she know, she was actually walking into a big celebration, just for her. → Read More

Couple builds new Waveland home out of shipping containers

Anita and Paul Johnson are creating an innovative space for their son who is returning home to the Coast from Arizona. → Read More

Couple builds new Waveland home out of shipping containers

Anita and Paul Johnson are creating an innovative space for their son who is returning home to the Coast from Arizona. → Read More

Crawfish prices drop along Gulf Coast as harvest thrives

If you are a crawfish fan, this is the season to celebrate. Experts say the local harvest is shaping up to be bountiful this year ahead of carnival season. → Read More

Crawfish prices drop along Gulf Coast as harvest thrives

If you are a crawfish fan, this is the season to celebrate. Experts say the local harvest is shaping up to be bountiful this year ahead of carnival season. → Read More

Police investigating after drone drops small boat anchor on Gautier woman

She said within the last month, three glass objects were also dropped above the home near Dolphin Drive. → Read More

Pearl River County leaders move toward banning kratom

Kratom comes from a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia and has been used as herbal medicine since at least the 19th century. It also has opioid properties and some stimulating effects. → Read More

Two Jackson County women celebrate 100th birthdays together

Two Jackson County seniors celebrated their 100th birthdays together on Monday at the Pascagoula Senior Center. → Read More

South Georgia hit hard by COVID-19 vaccine shortage

The South Health District announced Thursday that the national vaccine shortage is hitting their area hard, taking its toll on the team’s new community drive-thru and all of its scheduled appointments. → Read More

South Georgia gun shop owners struggling with gun, ammunition shortage

T3 Outdoors: “The demand is through the roof, the supply simply isn’t there." → Read More

Cairo woman loses 3 loved ones at same intersection, pushes for traffic light

After three of her loved ones were killed in separate incidents crossing the same intersection in Cairo, Stacey Cowart is now advocating for a traffic light on U.S. Highway 84 near Mr. Chick and 3 Square Diners. → Read More

South Georgia pharmacy ramping up COVID-19 vaccine distribution

One private South Georgia pharmacy is setting up to help with the massive task of vaccinating the community. → Read More