Warren Strain, former WLBT anchor and Madison alderman, died Tuesday at age 62.
Strain served in several high visibility positions, including public affairs director at the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, public affairs director for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety and public affairs director at the Mississippi Gaming Commission, WLBT reports.
Strain suffered a stroke in December 2019 which left him in a coma for several weeks and paralyzed on one side of his body. He was also dealing with other health issues and was bed bound since the incident.
Strain is survived by his wife, Sandra Strain, and two children.