Roslyn Anderson

Roslyn Anderson

Reporter

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.

Education:

  • Southern University, Broadcast Journalism/Public Relations

Recent Articles by Roslyn

  Remembering the life and service of former Jackson City Councilman Frank Bluntson

  Residents anxiously await work on Belhaven Creek amid spring storms

  Mississippi’s Hispanic community lagging behind in COVID-19 vaccinations

  Immigrant workers petition the president to rollback Trump policies and return the deported

  Virtual tours offer students insight into state’s history at the Two Mississippi Museums

  Claiborne County woman, convicted of capital murder of a toddler, wants new trial

  Locals behind the scenes in production of movie starring Bruce Willis

  Bruce Willis among A-List stars filming ‘A Day to Die’ in Jackson

  Jackson body count mounts with discovery of shooting victim in Battlefield Park

  Yazoo County sheriff appointed city’s police chief

  Habitat for Humanity improves the lives of new homeowners and existing residents

  Water maintenance employee often feel under appreciated for their hard work

  Bed Bath and Beyond is latest retailer to leave Capital City

  National Equal Pay Day supporters and critics speak out on wages

  Governor signs law giving troopers statewide jurisdiction

  Reentry project participants to rehab and occupy vacant houses, helping to curb crime

  Winter storms damage historic downtown building, leaving businesses inside reeling

  Crime reduction plan works to equip inmates to reenter society

Some tornado sirens out of service in Clinton

  Party lines may play role in who’s getting the COVID-19 vaccine

  Fire hydrant shut off, restoring water to Jackson businesses without it for weeks

  Medical marijuana supporters skeptical about legislative changes to Initiative 65

  Watkins Elementary closed for foreseeable future due to structural damage

  Ruptured fire hydrant shuts off water to Jackson businesses for weeks

  Nursing home COVID-19 case drop linked to vaccinations, according to report

  Employees angry their business is struggling without water pressure while car wash operates next door

  Legislative Black Caucus opposes governor lifting COVID-19 restrictions

  Churches and medical facilities work together to get vaccines to the African American community

  Porch pirates open fire on Belhaven residents who pursued them

  Water levels and frustrations rise as crews repair breaks across the city