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

Candidates for governor prepare to qualify for the race

  Locals react to a plan to allow Americans to import cheaper drugs

  New study says Medicaid expansion improves health care access in Louisiana

  Concerns increase over swimming and brain-eating parasites

  Local study examines impact of lullabies on infants

  Northshore school district possibly hit by cyber attack amid statewide emergency declaration

  La. education superintendent discusses teacher preparation on Capitol Hill

  La. senators sponsor legislation to save the flood insurance program

  Gov. Edwards tours storm-damaged levee in Plaquemines Parish

  New Orleans court hearing on healthcare reform law attracted an overflow crowd

  Race for Louisiana governor picks up steam

  Founder: Essence Fest became more than he ever imagined

  New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell welcomes Essence Fest executives

  NOPD promises strong police presence for Essence Fest and holiday events

  Housing advocates: Lower property taxes could spur affordable housing growth

  Race for Jefferson Parish’s at-large council seats takes shape

  Jefferson Parish Pres. Mike Yenni says its too early to discuss selling East Jeff Hospital

  Mike Yenni still weighing a reelection bid

  Louisiana reaches an agreement designed to end hepatitis c infection

  Tensions between U.S. and Iran could impact gas prices, La. oil industry

  Port of New Orleans: Proposed tariffs could hurt its growth

  The dean of the La. legislature discusses his legacy and ponders his future

  Governor Edwards talks oversight & transparency as N.O. prepares to receive millions for drainage needs

  Prosecutors to seek death penalty in hammer attack, relative of victims reacts

  La. restaurants face new rule for shrimp and crawfish

  Local business frustrated by more dust from the Port of New Orleans

  3 good Samaritans killed on West Bank Expressway, including a local pastor

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

  Dozens complain of damage to their homes from flood control work

  Real estate developer has new plans for decaying Lindy Boggs Hospital