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LeBron “LBJ” Joseph is a veteran TV and radio broadcaster. He’s currently co-host of “News With a Twist” along with Susan Roesgen on WGNO-TV (ABC 26/ Tribune Broadcasting). Both shows air Monday-Friday at 5pm and 6pm.

LBJ’s e-mail: lbj@wgno.com

When friends come to visit New Orleans, the first place I take them is … to eat.

On Friday & Saturday nights you’ll find me … prepping to go fishing.

I’m known around the newsroom for … snacks in my desk.

A TV moment I’d like to forget is … a plethora of mispronunciations.

The most important lesson I’ve learned through my work as a journalist is … to be sensitive to differences of opinion…sometimes, they’re just different. Not right or wrong, but different.

I give back to my community by … attempting to be as generous as possible with blessings afforded me.

If I had the time I’d like to … fish more.

My favorite Saints player is … Marcus Colston. Also, "shout out" to Steve Gleason!

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Recent Articles
  • NOLA’s Luke James sizzles Twist Stage

    New Orleans native Luke James is making a name for himself in the music world.  He stopped by News With a Twist to talk about his new self-titled cd.   As for the cd’s reception, “I am loving it. The people have been, the reception has been great. I’m just grateful to be doing what I have to do. To be able to inspire people and just put great music out honestly”, according to James. The new song Exit Wounds […]

  • Pierre T. Pelican paints Twist red!

    Pierre T. Pelican stopped by News With a Twist to drop off 'Pelican Red' goodies to Susy and LBJ.

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    Kira Kazantsev, who competed as Miss New York, and walked away with the crown of 2015 Miss America, was kicked out of her college sorority for "abusive hazing", according to the website Jezebel.

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    Cub Scouts launch rockets for first time, are blown away!

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    New Orleans’ August Alsina collapses on stage

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    First Jazz Fest poster artist Bruce Brice dies

    A man who has been part of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival from the very beginning has died. Bruce Brice was commissioned to paint the first ever poster for Jazz Fest in 1970.

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