Josh Roberson is born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana. After starting as an intern and overnight photographer/editor at a local station in his hometown, Josh realized he had a love for hard hitting news and began practicing reporting in front of the camera. Josh got his first reporter job in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where he participated in award winning coverage of Hurricane Matthew, a category 4 hurricane that swept up the East Coast in 2016. He then got the opportunity to move back to his hometown and became the morning reporter for KSLA in Shreveport. After a year and a half that included launching a state of the art Alert Center and part time anchoring, Josh got the break he wanted by becoming part of the best news team in New Orleans in WVUE Fox 8. As a kid, it was always Josh’s dream to live in NOLA and be a part of the vibrant city, the culture, and of course the food. In his spare time, Josh enjoys spending time with friends outdoors, weight lifting, yoga, checking out the local restaurants, and rooting for the New Orleans Pelicans. He’s excited now have the opportunity to anchor and help launch the brand new weekend morning show!
The Saints take on the Miami Dolphins Thursday night for the final pre-season game with a few remaining roster sports up for grabs. Fans get to watch up close as those fringe players take the field at the Superdome.
When the temperatures rise along withe the humidity, many of us want to crank up that AC. But according to SWEPCO, there are ways to keep the sweat off of your brow without the stress of a costly electric bill.
Bossier School leaders now have $50 million in an educational fund thanks to a bill passed in 1985. Then-State Senator Foster Campbell sponsored a bill set aside $500,000 in tax revenue from Louisiana Downs.
Bossier Parish prisons now house 102 federal detainees. Another busload was expected to arrive Wednesday. Taking in the Level 1 detainees makes sense, in part, because Louisiana has proposed cutting the amount it pays parish lockups to house state inmates, Sheriff Julian Whittington says.
South Shreveport neighbors will get an opportunity to have their questions about a $9 million AEP/SWEPCO project answered during an open house from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Caddo Middle Magnet School. The work covering a three-mile stretch along Line Avenue and Ellerbe Road will start in the fall.
Bossier Parish School Board is continuing to make the most out of a $212 million construction bond approved in 2012. The plethora of new schools and renovations are due to the continuous growth in the area.