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

  City councilman tells the S&WB to address billing issues or face possible council action

  Judge Barrett would help decide high-profile cases soon after being confirmed to the Supreme Court; legal experts weigh in

  Louisiana Secretary of State issues absentee voting tutorial; Democrats allege voter suppression tactics in the state

  La. native is Trump’s choice for Supreme Court says CNN; political analyst reacts

  Unemployment trust fund, long list of other items on special session agenda

  White House coronavirus task force member applauds Louisiana’s COVID-19 restrictions

  Locals react to Metairie native Amy Coney Barrett being considered for U.S. Supreme Court; discuss originalist views

  New Orleans 911 operators help out in hurricane-stricken Alabama

  Judge orders expanded mail-in voting in Louisiana for presidential election

  Locals including businesses are thrilled Hurricane Sally isn’t targeting the New Orleans area

  Some people are leery about a COVID-19 vaccine; a local expert says messaging will be key

  La. congressmen, political analyst respond to controversy over Trump downplaying seriousness of COVID-19

  U.S. Energy secretary says Hurricane Laura damaged a Strategic Petroleum Reserve site; meets with Gov. Edwards

  Louisiana begins the process to borrow money as unemployment trust fund runs low

  Pandemic affects Labor Day campaigning; retail politics for the fall elections

  Gov. Edwards applauds help New Orleans is providing evacuees; wants to keep a temporary resource center open

  Voting rights group reacts to Edwards taking on secretary of state in court over mail-in voting

  La. Department of Health urges evacuees to get free COVID-19 testing while in New Orleans

  Mayor Cantrell seeks financial help related to Hurricane Laura evacuees

  Scalise says video he posted of Biden on Twitter should not have been edited; political analysts react

  City loses two legends in the same week

  Gov. Edwards tours Laura damage; calls it the most powerful storm to make landfall in Louisiana

  Back-to-back hurricanes & Katrina anniversary could increase stressors amid the pandemic

  Marco, Laura impact oil & gas activities in the Gulf of Mexico; industry already hurt by pandemic

  Mayor Cantrell urges residents not to let their guard down as Laura remains a threat

  City Hall, Sewerage & Water Board prepare for two tropical systems next week

  City council votes to rename street for Xavier President Emeritus Norman C. Francis

  Legislative panel approves a fall election plan Gov. Edwards vows to block

  Locals react to postmaster’s decision to halt postal service changes that some say would hurt voting-by-mail

  La’s secretary of state releases plan for voting by mail for fall elections; critics say it doesn’t go far enough