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

  Ewaste Collection Day recycles thousands of pounds of electronics each year

  Firefighter Combat Challenge puts Miss. first responders to the test

  AARP urges congress to provide more COVID-19 nursing home funding

  Experts recommend you review your finances as COVID-19 rages

  Insurance Commissioner expects hike in insurance rates for rural homeowners

  Gunshots at power lines start fires, endangering some Jackson residents

  Hospitalized COVID-19 patient speaks out about recent virus resurgence in Mississippi

  Smith Robertson Museum reopens to visitors with focus on women

  60% of Mississippians have filled out their 2020 Census - and the deadline is Friday

  Ribbon cutting officially opens Children’s of Mississippi Sanderson Tower

  City teams up with Salvation Army to help Jackson residents avoid eviction

  City crews clear drains and creeks in preparation for potential flooding

  Jackson homeowners want several burned and overgrown houses gone

  Black Lives Matter signs stolen from Belhaven neighborhood

  More city leaders on board with federal assistance to fight rising crime in Jackson

  Absentee voting on the rise during pandemic

  Secretary of State outlines safe voting procedures for the 2020 General Election

  Mississippi ranks among highest in nation for fire deaths

  Kosciusko High football player in critical condition with COVID-19

  Deion Sanders shines spotlight on the Capital City, boosting tourism

  ‘I gave her life twice;’ Mother’s bone marrow transplant cures daughter of Sickle Cell Anemia

  Potential juror lives in fear after being called from jail by inmate who recently escaped

  Free WiFi in the Park for those lacking internet access, while rural residents fight for the chance

  Garage door installer arrested for defrauding Brandon homeowners

  Piney Woods returning to their roots amid pandemic and on campus learning

  Illegal dumping practically blocks neighborhood intersection

  Rural residents petition lawmakers for help with broadband access

  Survey ranks MS last to get flu shots, a potentially deadly combination with COVID-19

  Pearl River Flood victims fear loss of investment in their homes as they rebuild

  Some local vendors hope aldermen override mayor’s cancellation of the Canton Flea Market