Roslyn Anderson

Roslyn Anderson


Jackson, MS

Roslyn Anderson is currently a reporter for WLBT.

Roslyn has been recognized by the Mississippi Associated Press for her weekend weathercast and feature reporting.

Prior to joining the WLBT News Team in 1993, she was a weather anchor/reporter with WTOK-TV in Meridian, Mississippi. During her three and a half years at the Meridian ABC station, she received awards from the Mississippi Associated Press for Best Spot News Story and Best Newscast for her role as 10 p.m. Weathercaster.

The Columbus, Mississippi, native began her broadcasting career at WVSB-TV, now WLOV in West Point, Mississippi. She started as film director and was promoted to news and weather anchor before her departure.

Roslyn has been cited by various organizations and groups for her civic and journalistic contributions.

A graduate of Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Roslyn majored in Broadcast Journalism with a minor emphasis in Public Relations. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.


  • Southern University, Broadcast Journalism/Public Relations

Recent Articles by Roslyn

  Families of MDOC inmates rally for improvements while filing suit against the prison system after recent violence

  Rising Pearl River threatens Jackson streets

  Microsoft ends Windows 7, outdated computers now vulnerable to attacks

  Steady rains cause flash flooding and drainage problems in Rankin County

  Jay-Z and Yo Gotti shine light on Parchman conditions, demand improvements from state leadership

  Find latest events and specialty swag at new downtown Jackson Welcome Center

  Six officials take the oath of office at Miss. Capitol

  State and county investigators try to determine cause of massive Warren Co. apartment fire

  Republican senate delegation reacts to Iran air strike

  Mother seeks justice after special needs daughter killed in New Year’s Eve shooting

  JPD investigating six separate shootings in violent start to the New Year

  Please, don’t include gunfire when ringing in the New Year

  Local chefs prepare meals to feed JPS students over the Christmas break

  ‘It’s just hard at this time for us’: Family reacts to arrest of suspect in Domino worker’s murder

  Homeless Natchez man admits to breaking courthouse windows to get arrested and out of the cold

  Volunteers reach out to tornado victims in Edwards as they pick up the pieces

  Dozens of homes damaged when twister hits Edwards neighborhood

1 Cent Sales Tax funding repairs for streets and infrastructure in Jackson

  Miss. Democratic Party Headquarter’s lone staffer to leave post

  Proposed bridge to bypass train on S. Pearson Rd. delayed again in Pearl

  Domino’s in Ridgeland deems north Jackson too dangerous for deliveries after dark

  Victim of Belhaven burglary finds her stolen property for sale on Facebook Marketplace

  MDOT receives a multi-million dollar federal grant to buy buses for public transit

  ‘I thank God we didn’t get hit’: JSU students detail moments after active shooter alert

  A third city employee is arrested in connection with water theft investigation

  Former corrections officer joins the JPD with new class of law enforcement officers

  Stewpot volunteers serve Thanksgiving meals to the needy

  ‘This is ridiculous’: Hundreds of tires litter vacant Jackson properties, angering residents

  A sewage leak from a creek is flowing into the Pearl River and concerning residents

  ‘We will never see our daughter again’ Family of victim speaks at trial after Zebulum James sentenced to life for 2015 shooting spree