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

  S&WB investigates ‘human error’ in opening of a valve

  Student shot near George Washington Carver High School in New Orleans

  Boil water advisory remains in effect for Uptown area impacted by water main break

  Candidates for governor reach out to voters on election eve

  Gubernatorial candidates reach out to more voters following the final debate

  EXCLUSIVE: Edwards leading the race in Gray TV poll, political analyst reacts

  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

  Laid off Bayou Steel workers begin looking for new jobs; company files bankruptcy

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

  Jefferson Parish voters to decide a council-at-large race on Oct. 12th

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

  A rematch of candidates in the Jefferson Parish sheriff’s race

  Top Democratic leaders in New Orleans endorse Gov. John Bel Edwards

  Locals react to Democrats beginning formal impeachment inquiry against Trump

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

  City council forces backers of proposed veterans wellness center to start over

  Proposed constitutional amendment could help New Orleans increase affordable housing

  In La. governor’s race, Abraham and Edwards campaigns respond to new attack ads by Rispone

  Oil prices rise over attack in Saudi Arabia, members of Louisiana’s congressional delegation respond

  Two candidates in Jefferson Parish president’s race size up campaigns as election day nears

  Local candidates on Fall ballot respond to deadline for campaign finance reports

  Sewerage and Water Board shifts focus to drainage canals

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

Protesters sound off over a proposal facing a Public Service Comission vote this week

  A new deal between the state and the Saints could be announced soon

  Major renovations planned for the city’s train and bus terminal

  Real estate experts say property values have increased since Katrina

  Politicians flocks to annual big labor picnic in New Orleans

  Locals stand ready to help Florida if Dorian comes ashore