Roslyn Anderson

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.

Recent Articles by Roslyn

  Man shot and killed by officers during standoff in Pelahatchie identified

Summit to share vital information with parents about teen domestic violence

Progress along Capitol Street brings residents and commerce

Tuberculosis testing notifications being sent to Provine parents and faculty

‘Screams you could hear all over town’; Remembering the Natchez Rhythm Night Club Fire

Women’s groups return to Capitol petitioning for equal pay

Old ice company will soon heat up as entertainment venue

Bills to re-instate movie industry incentives pass both House and Senate

Fondren business owner vows to stay after repeated break-ins

Drug Court participant busted with toddler in vehicle during undercover buy

Gang fights at Cardozo Middle School leave students terrified and parents worried

Grassroots efforts underway to change state flag

Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport prepares for wintry weather

More metro Jackson businesses embracing change for state flag

Piney Woods School students help install solar panels donated by Tesla Energy

‘Racial unrest’ results in fights at North Pike High School

Clinton Public School District hit hard by flu with 555 absences

Good Samaritan spray paints potholes to warn motorists

City council unveils plan to address violence following four deadly shootings in one day

Nissan workers learn of pending layoffs