Good Morning Mississippi anchor Lucy Biggers joined the WABG team in
October 2012. Since then she has enjoyed exploring Mississippi and making
the Delta her second home. Originally from Connecticut, Lucy moved to the
south for college at Tulane University. She graduated in 2012 with a degree
in History and Political Science. Shortly after college she began her
career in television when she interned at WDSU, the NBC affiliate in New
Orleans. She says she loves anchoring GMM because, "I always know what's
happening around town and I get to meet so many different people. The free
food is great too!"
If you live in the Delta you'll find Lucy eating at local restaurants,
tracking down live music concerts or running on the levee. A self described
"social media nut" friend her on Facebook and follower her on twitter
She comes to ABC 6 from WCIA Channel 3 in Champaign, Illinois where she
had a taste of nearly every job as newsroom and production intern. Hailing
from University of Illinois, Anderson interned with the Big Ten Network as
a production assistant for "Tailgate 48" and served as fashion blogger for
College Fashionista. Anderson took all of her internship experience to the
Delta where she currently serves as the Weekend
Anchor/Reporter/Producer/Editor. When Jasmine isn't working, she loves
spending time with family and traveling. The Chicago Native is an avid
Bulls and Cubs fan. She is an active member of the National Association of
Black Journalists. Send story ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Mathis as Chief Meterologist for ABC 6 News since 2002.
Orginally from Northeast Alabama, Chris is a proud graduate of the
University of Alabama and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Chris grew up with a strong interest in the weather and a love for
television. His primary objective is to always be a trusted source of
information for Delta residents, especially during severe weather events.
Chris holds the National Association's Seak of Approval, and is recognized
as a Certified Broadcast Meterologist by the American Meterological
Society. Contact Christoper at email@example.com
Steve grew up in South Florida and graduated from the Univeristy of Central Florida. He is currently pursuing further studies at Mississippi State University with a focus on Broadcast Meteorology.
He is dedicated to bringing you timely and accurate weather reports for your neighborhood. Your safety is his top concern, that’s why he works hard to
help you plan your day and you prepare you for whatever weather comes your way. Steve finds weather fascinating and wants to make sure that viewers are always informed and safe during severe weather events. Enjoys being part of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Groups family and looks forward to meeting people all across the Delta. If Steve is not co-anchoring Good Morning Mississippi he can be found covering the evening news for the WABG at 5, 6 and 10pm. On many days he can be seen doing both the morning and evening shows.
In his limited time off he enjoys hacking away on the golf course, playing pick-up basketball or chowing down at some of the local restaurants. Steve claims to be a "food connoisseur" and really enjoys doing the Delta's Hidden
Menu...."Until next time,stay safe and stay full Mississippi!" Thanks for the warm welcome!
Contact Steve by: firstname.lastname@example.org
Justin Moore is thrilled to be back home in the Delta. Rolling Fork,
Mississippi is his hometown. Justin is the WABG-TV Greenwood Chief Bureau
Reporter. He covers all the news in the eastern portion of our viewing
area, including Greenwood, Grenada, Winona, Charleston and Holmes County.
He's the former producer/associate producer at WHBQ in Memphis, Tennessee.
Prior to that he worked right here at WABG as a reporter and graphics
operator. Justin is a proud graduate of Jackson State University,
where he was a member of the famous "Sonic Boom Of The South Marching Band".
He holds a bachelors of science in Mass Communications with a
concentration in broadcast journalism with a minor in Political Science.
He's currently in school pursuing a masters degree. Justin is also a proud
member of the National Association of Black Journalists. While away from
the newsroom, Justin enjoys spending time with his family, working out,
traveling, reading, cooking, meeting new people, learning about the civil
rights era and most of all telling the stories of people in the
Mississippi Delta. If you have any story ideas feel free to contact
Justin at email@example.com.