Sabrina Wilson

Sabrina Wilson

An award winning journalist whose work as been recognized at both the national and local level, Sabrina has covered almost every story imaginable. Sabrina is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, Investigative Reporters and Editors, and the New Orleans Press Club and has mentored several aspiring journalists.


Recent Articles by Sabrina

La. lawmakers made a brief return to the capitol building due to COVID-19, budget still needs approval

Coronavirus: Cassidy and Kennedy involved in efforts to help LA & send Americans checks

  False Positive: CBD use could affect drug tests

  Gov. Edwards, others urge Louisiana residents to embrace the 2020 Census

Hard Rock construction site worker who spoke about working conditions fears deportation

Superdome Commission approves contract for renovation; releases architectural renderings

City’s top administrator discusses expenses incurred by the city due to the Hard Rock Hotel collapse

  Student shot near George Washington Carver High School in New Orleans

Gubernatorial candidates reach out to more voters following the final debate

Supreme to hear case involving Louisiana’s abortion law, pro-life and pro-choice advocates react

  Efforts to assist laid off Bayou Steel workers increase

Bayou Steel closing without advance warning to workers, parish and state officials

Members of La’s congressional delegation react to the now public whistleblower’s complaint against the White House

Loyola officials: Visiting student accused of Boot sexual battery banned from campus for now

Proposed constitutional amendment could help New Orleans increase affordable housing

  Former St. Tammany Sheriff Jack Strain pleads not guilty to federal corruption charges

  Superdome Commission honors memory of Nancy Parker, Kathleen Blanco

Local study examines impact of lullabies on infants

La. restaurants face new rule for shrimp and crawfish

  Influx of bugs annoys local residents, experts say don’t panic

Prairieville couple narrowly escapes trees knocked down by storm

Federal government wants women to know more about a breast characteristic cancer risk

Jefferson Parish says drainage pumps worked properly during weekend rainstorms

  Trump administration rolls back some oil industry regulations put in place after BP spill; environmentalists react

  State senator’s vaccine comments prompt strong reaction

The national flood insurance program expires soon

Steve Scalise, others comment as the nation awaits the release of the Mueller report

Kratom-related deaths documented locally, as CDC says more U.S. deaths are linked to the herbal supplement

FEMA wants rainfall to be part of risk assessment for flood coverage

Vaccination debate intensifies after child almost dies from tetanus infection