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

  Tulane researcher optimistic about a vaccine that is entering advanced stages of testing

  Locals react to Kaiser Foundation study on teachers and the risk of serious COVID-19 illness

  Could surging COVID-19 cases impair contact tracing? LSU Health infectious disease expert weighs in

  A local disease detective says COVID-19 may have impacted young people sooner than evidence shows

  Doctors: Don’t ignore heart and stroke symptoms as pandemic continues

  Timing may be critical to accurate COVID-19 test results

  La. affected by supply chain issues related to COVID testing; Congressional delegation works on solutions

  New Orleans forced to limit the number of COVID-19 testing at community sites

  Gas prices inch up as people take to the road for the 4th of July holiday

  LABI applauds tax breaks for businesses; some legislators fear LA can’t afford them due to COVID-19

  Sen. Cassidy says Russia should pay a big price if bounty allegations are true; Scalise reacts too

  Where the jobs are in Louisiana: La. Workforce Commission & an employment agency provide answers

  Louisiana pro-life & pro-choice forces react to the Supreme court striking down the state’s abortion law

  A wave of evictions and homelessness feared due to the pandemic

  Laid off workers push for increased jobless benefits in Louisiana, urge Congress to extend federal stipend

  Jefferson Parish president disappointed over spike in COVID-19 cases, discusses pandemic-related budget cuts

  Cassidy works with Harvard on COVID testing strategy, favors more frequent testing for workers

  Young people and COVID-19: Why they may think they are invincible?

  Ongoing pandemic causing financial stress for hospitals say experts

  City Council takes step toward removing street names linked to the confederacy

  Democrats & Republicans offer different police reform legislation; La. congressmen & FOP react

  Louisiana congressmen talk police reform efforts; react to Trump’s executive order

  Locals react to U.S. Supreme Court ruling on LGBTQ rights and the workplace

  Economic development organizations see progress as more local businesses reopen; ponder the future

  City Council questions S&WB leader over widespread street flooding during heavy rainfall

  S&WB says turbine went down during heavy rains

  Health experts fear another crisis as people lose health coverage during the pandemic

  Loyola University’s president issues an apology; acknowledges racial bias complaints against a former professor

  Low-lying Jefferson Parish focuses on makeshift flood protection

  City of New Orleans urges residents to prepare for Tropical Storm Cristobal