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Wayne Hereford

Wayne has been an employee of WTVA since 1982.

Title: Reporter
whereford@wtva.com

Wayne has been an employee of WTVA since 1982.

During his tenure, he's done everything from operating floor cameras to anchoring the weekend news.

After leaving the business, Wayne returned in 1998 as a reporter/photographer.

He graduated from Mississippi State University with a B.A. in Communications in 1981.

"I've always enjoyed meeting the people and doing something different every day," said the Tupelo native. "In this business, there's never a dull moment. I like that."

Wayne has been married to his wife Pauline since 1985.

He has a daughter, Stephanie, and a son, David.

Recent Posts by Wayne Hereford

4-County Electric studying ways to bring broadband to customers

The CEO of 4-County Electric explained why the company has not started providing its customers with broadband internet.

Corinth doctor dies in car fire near Kossuth

A Corinth doctor died after his car caught on fire.

Families of both people killed in Shannon store shooting speak out

The families of the two people killed in separate shootings at a store in Shannon Thursday spoke about their loved ones.

Lowndes County school superintendent credits team effort in receiving "A" grade

The Lowndes County School District is among many districts in north Mississippi that received an "A" grade from the Mississippi Department of Education.

Tupelo police investigate machete assault

Witnesses said a man pulled a machete on another person at a Kroger store in Tupelo.

What does Monroe County say about sheriff's race?

Some say Cantrell the cause of his loss

New Albany quick-change artist may be part of international group

The man who confused a bank teller and walked away with almost $2,000 may be part of an international scam ring.

Father, son killed in ATV accident laid to rest

Cletus and Adian Pannell were killed last month in Chickasaw County.

5 in custody for storage unit burglaries in Lee County

Five people are in custody for more than 40 break-ins of storage units in Lee County.

Chief: Not enough water pressure in hydrant as firefighters battled blaze

No one is claiming ownership of a fire hydrant which did not have enough pressure to help put out an early-morning house fire in Lee County.

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