Josh Roberson, FOX 8 New Orleans

Josh Roberson

FOX 8 New Orleans

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Josh:

Ukraine attorney and Tulane grad gives latest on conditions in war torn country

Ivan Bondarchuk is back in his home in the capital city of Kyiv where he says life is better than it was when Russian forces first invaded his country nearly three months ago. → Read More

‘His heart has given life’: Mother meets teen saved by receiving her son’s heart

A Louisiana mother got the chance to hear her son’s heartbeat one more time, even after she lost him in a car crash. → Read More

‘His heart has given life’: Mother meets teen saved by receiving her son’s heart

A Louisiana mother got the chance to hear her son’s heartbeat one more time, even after she lost him in a car crash. → Read More

‘His heart has given life’: Mother meets teen saved by receiving her son’s heart

A Louisiana mother got the chance to hear her son’s heartbeat one more time, even after she lost him in a car crash. → Read More

Mom of donor meets boy who received her son’s heart

Maria Peters Clark lost her son Nicholas in a car accident in September of 2020 when he was 25 years old. → Read More

Crews launch heavy search for third missing child after recent recoveries from Mississippi River

A rejuvenated search continued for Ally Wilson on Saturday at the site where she and two others went missing after going into the Mississippi river back on April 23rd. → Read More

Crews launch heavy search for 3rd missing child after recent recoveries

A rejuvenated search continued for Ally Wilson on Saturday at the site where she and two others went missing after going into the Mississippi river back on April 23rd. → Read More

Seeing blue & red: Pelicans fans express emotions as team arrives at turning point

New Orleans has recently seen a huge uptick in support thanks to one fan club getting attention on social media. → Read More

Friends remember entertainer Chris Owens as New Orleans icon is laid to rest

On Sunday, one week before her anticipated annual French Quarter Easter Parade, Chris Owens was laid to rest at Garden of Memories Funeral Home and Cemetary. → Read More

Friends remember entertainer Chris Owens as New Orleans icon is laid to rest

On Sunday, one week before her anticipated annual French Quarter Easter Parade, Chris Owens was laid to rest at Garden of Memories Funeral Home and Cemetary. → Read More

Ukrainian Tulane Law grad finds himself on front lines in Kyiv

Ivan Bondarchuk, a 2018 graduate of Tulane University's law school, is working with other attorneys in Kyiv to inform the world of developments in the Russian invasion of Ukraine and document evidence of potential war crimes. → Read More

Uptown residents cut out of traditional Thoth route hope change is temporary

The return to the Uptown parade route did come with changes, including cutting out the first portion of the traditional Thoth route that usually starts on State Street and Tchoupitoulas and rolls in front of LCMC New Orleans Children’s Hospital. → Read More

Online sports bets pouring in ahead of Super Bowl

Millions of dollars have already been wagered legally on the Super Bowl in Louisiana alone. → Read More

Online sports bets pouring in ahead of Super Bowl

Millions of dollars have already been wagered legally on the Super Bowl in Louisiana alone. → Read More

Family with disabled child still struggling to get by after Hurricane Ida

Joseph Capitano spends most of his days taking care of his daughter who was born with congenital muscular dystrophy and relies heavily on an oxygen machine to breathe. → Read More

Hundreds of vaccines administered ahead of Orleans Public School mandate

Hundreds of students received their covid vaccines on Saturday at L.B. Landry High School ahead of the immunization requirement for students. → Read More

‘We’re fed up,’ Uptown residents respond to string of carjackings near Tulane campus

Tulane students walking near campus were a little more cautious Sunday morning after learning of five different armed robberies and carjackings the day before that occurred in the span of just five hours in the middle of the afternoon. → Read More

Cruises embark out of New Orleans days after CDC warning

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging people not to travel on cruise ships because of a surge of COVID-19 cases aboard the ships. → Read More

Post-Christmas travelers stress over U.S. flight cancellations

Over two thousand flights were grounded in the U.S. over the holiday weekend, causing headaches for travelers. → Read More

Zulu and partners hold Toys for Tots giveaway in New Orleans

The Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club partnered with Toys for Tots and the Orleans Parish Sheriffs Office on Sunday to deliver thousands of gifts to children. → Read More