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Some Steam & Storms Labor Day

Some Steam & Storms Labor Day
 

Man arrested after robbing store & leading deputies on chase across the Causeway

Man arrested after robbing store & leading deputies on chase across the Causeway
Man arrested after robbing store & leading deputies on chase across the Causeway

Construction to close part of Lakeshore Drive

Construction to close part of Lakeshore Drive
Construction to close part of Lakeshore Drive

Trio of burglars caught on camera

Trio of burglars caught on camera
Trio of burglars caught on camera

Stalling Gentilly Pool to remain open through Sept. 28

Stalling Gentilly Pool to remain open through Sept. 28
Stalling Gentilly Pool to remain open through Sept. 28

Police looking for two women accused of stabbing a man

Police looking for two women accused of stabbing a man
Police looking for two women accused of stabbing a man

Alleluia! Church Finally Back After Hurricane Katrina

Alleluia!  Church Finally Back After Hurricane Katrina
9 years after Hurricane Katrina, The Beacon of Light International Baptist Cathedral is back!

Hooky for the Saints

Hooky for the Saints
New Orleans, La. (WGNO)- Did you think about playing hooky today to get over to the Superdome?   Well, believe it or not, we found some Who Dats who confessed to playing hooky.  We also found other fans who came up with some good excuses to tell their bosses! News with a Twist’s Kenny Lopez joins […]

Cheering on the S-A-I-N-T-S!

Cheering on the S-A-I-N-T-S!
New Orleans, La. (WGNO)-  On Thursday’s pre-season game, the New Orleans Saints took on the Baltimore Ravens. News with a Twist’s Kenny Lopez was LIVE from the Superdome!  

London Avenue Canal Breach Site Exhibit & Garden/Sandy Rosenthal/Levees.org

London Avenue Canal Breach Site Exhibit & Garden/Sandy Rosenthal/Levees.org
For more information, just log on to: http://levees.org/

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9 - 2014-08-30 16:50:16 -

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 5

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 5

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 4

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 4

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 3

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 3

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 2

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 2

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 1

Friday Night Football 8/29/14 Segment 1

Man Remembers Rescuing Over 400 People During Hurricane Katrina

Man Remembers Rescuing Over 400 People During Hurricane Katrina
New Orleans, La. (WGNO)-  During Hurricane Katrina, many ordinary people stepped up to do extraordinary things to help other people. Nine years after Hurricane Katrina….memories continue to flood Kenny Bellau’s brain. “I think about it everyday.  It’s a defining factor in everyone’s lives here in New Orleans.  Katrina was a big thing.  It’s been difficult […]

Events around New Orleans mark ninth Katrina anniversary

Events around New Orleans mark ninth Katrina anniversary
It’s been nine years since Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. On the storm’s anniversary Friday, city leaders, funeral directors and others gathered at the Katrina Memorial Cemetery in Mid-City.  The cemetery is the final resting spot for nearly 100 Katrina victims whose bodies were never claimed. “These mausoleums are 99 percent full of unclaimed and […]

Stolen hearse recovered following funeral home heist

Stolen hearse recovered following funeral home heist
Friday afternoon, New Orleans police converged on the corner of Jackson Avenue and Prytania wearing cloves and carrying finger print dust. They began looking for clues on a black Cadillac hearse that was found at the scene. The hearse was taken the night before from Charbonnet Funeral Home.  A burglar also stole electronics, musical instruments […]

Woo Child! Southern Decadence 2014 an Economic Windfall

Woo Child! Southern Decadence 2014 an Economic Windfall
The 43rd annual Southern Decadence Festival is expected to draw close to one hundred and fifty thousand people to the French Quarter this weekend. For Big Tiny selling Lucky Dogs, this late summer economic push is right on time, “I can sling some dogs. I sold everything I had last night except for two Lucky […]

What’s new on Netflix and Amazon for September

What’s new on Netflix and Amazon for September
Netflix, Amazon and Hulu are adding titles to their streaming options in September.

August 29th…

August 29th…
Hey y’all! I normally use this blog to write about food. However, today I want to write about the date August 29th and the event forever linked to August 29th (Hurricane Katrina). I was not here for Katrina. I worked at the NBC affiliate in Dayton, Ohio at that time. Although, I had the opportunity […]

Wild Bill’s Friday Night Football Pep Rally – Warren Easton

Wild Bill’s Friday Night Football Pep Rally – Warren Easton
The Eagles have landed.  And they’re ready to soar again.   They’re the football Eagles from Warren Easton High School.  WGNO News with a Twist features guy and head cheerleader Wild Bill Wood is rallying the troops at a pep rally.

Top 23 Quarterbacks: Cohen High School’s Bruce Eugene

Top 23 Quarterbacks: Cohen High School’s Bruce Eugene
Each season we celebrate the great players, teams, coaches, and rivalries that make football in the metro area so special.

Friday Night Flashback: St. Augustine steals win from Curtis with minute to spare

Friday Night Flashback: St. Augustine steals win from Curtis with minute to spare
One of the great things about Friday Night Football -- tradition and history!

America’s cheapest gas is in this town

America’s cheapest gas is in this town
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — You think the gas near you is getting cheaper? Try filling up in the South Carolina city of Rock Hill. That’s the market with the nation’s lowest gas price heading into Labor Day weekend — an average of $3.09 a gallon, according to industry observer GasBuddy.com. The good news for drivers […]

JP Morgan Chase hacked, state officials say

JP Morgan Chase hacked, state officials say
JPMorgan Chase notified Louisiana officials Thursday that personally identifiable information it holds under contracts with state agencies may have been breached.

Best Player of the Week: Jesuit quarterback Trey LaForge

Best Player of the Week: Jesuit quarterback Trey LaForge
Foster Moreauquarterback Trey LaForge is a two way star, in hoops and in football -- and he could have a future in both.

Dog doesn’t understand why they want to bury his brother

Dog doesn’t understand why they want to bury his brother
This dog doesn't understand why they have to bury his brother. Click link to watch.

Google reveals secret drone delivery tests

Google reveals secret drone delivery tests
Amazon is trying it. UPS has considered it. Ice fishermen in Minnesota used it to get beer. Yelp created one just for burritos. So logically Google is getting into the delivery by drone game. The company revealed its plan Thursday.

Pit bull hailed a hero after saving boy from bees

Pit bull hailed a hero after saving boy from bees
Tuesday evening, a group of kids were playing near a creek down a steep embankment behind their apartment complex when one of the kids stepped on a rotten log, unleashing a swarm of bees.

Anais St. John performs “Last Dance” on the Twist Stage

Anais St. John performs “Last Dance” on the Twist Stage
Anais St. John performs "Last Dance" on the Twist Stage

Anais St. John performs “Fire” on the Twist Stage

Anais St. John performs “Fire” on the Twist Stage
Anais St. John performs "Fire" on the Twist Stage

What’s the big deal? Obama wears tan suit at press conference

What’s the big deal? Obama wears tan suit at press conference
During a press conference Thursday, Obama discussed the threat of ISIS in Iraq and Syria, but it was his tan suit that stole the show on social media.

Dr. Rachel: Is your body attacking itself?

Dr. Rachel: Is your body attacking itself?
Do you feel fatigued? Do your muscles hurt? Do you have a low grade fever and just not feeling good overall? Well you may have an autoimmune disease. Our immune system protects us from disease and keeps us well.  A normal immune system can tell the difference between our healthy cells and unhealthy or foreign cells. […]

Travelgirl: Road Safety Tips

Travelgirl: Road Safety Tips
Travelgirl Stephanie Oswald shares tips to keep your family safe and happy on a road trip.

Weekend Showers

Weekend Showers

City Bus Driver Is Saints Super Fan

City Bus Driver Is Saints Super Fan
Joel Price drives a city bus in New Orleans.  That’s his job.  When he gets a day off, he drives himself to the Superdome.  And that’s where WGNO News with a Twist features guy Wild Bill Wood found him ready for the Saints red carpet.

City Bus Driver Is Saints Super Fan

City Bus Driver Is Saints Super Fan
By day, Joel Price drives a New Orleans city bus.  But when he gets a day off, he drives himself right over to the Superdome.  And that’s where WGNO News with a Twist features guy Wild Bill Wood found him ready for the Saints red carpet.

Football Divides Dad & Son

Football Divides Dad & Son
Football is for families.  That’s unless football divides families.  WGNO News with a Twist features reporter Wild Bill Wood found a family where team spirit goes two ways.  Wild Bill has the story LIVE from the Superdome in New Orleans.

Hurricane Katrina Remembrances- 9 Years Later

Hurricane Katrina Remembrances- 9 Years Later
Today marks the 9th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

Crimestoppers’ Carnivale and Mother’s Roast Beef and Debris Recipe

Crimestoppers’ Carnivale and Mother’s Roast Beef and Debris Recipe
Roast Beef and Debris Recipe   1  4-5 pound bottom round roast, untrimmed. (ask your butcher to leave some of the fat for cooking purposes) 1 tbsp Salt 1 tbsp Ground Black Pepper 1 tbsp Granulated Onion 1 tbsp Granulated Garlic 1/2 tsp Dried Thyme 2 Onions, Medium, Quartered 3 Carrots, Medium, Halved 3 Celery […]

NOPD: Minister/former officer charged with shooting burglar

NOPD:  Minister/former officer charged with shooting burglar
Thursday, New Orleans police announced the arrest of 62-year-old William Littleton, a minister and former NOPD officer.  Littleton is accused of opening fire on a pair of accused burglars at his Algiers church.  One of the suspects was hit in the head. The incident happened a little after 5:00 Wednesday night at the Greater Morning […]

Brain Eating Amoeba Fears on the Rise

Brain Eating Amoeba Fears on the Rise
Neighbors in St. John parish fearful of a brain eating amoeba in their drinking water are taking extra precautions. “If it can go through the nose it can probably go through anywhere else is what I’m thinking,” says Christopher Dalgo.  “And I was worried about his eyes ears, you know, the mouth.” The amoeba became […]

LA State Troopers staying put for now

LA State Troopers staying put for now
LA State Troopers are staying put in New Orleans past their original Labor Day deadline.

Loved Ones Mourn Woman Used As Human Shield

Loved Ones Mourn Woman Used As Human Shield
Loved ones are planning a funeral for the woman they say was used as a human shield during a 7th ward shooting. It happened Tuesday in the 2100 block of Law Street. WGNO News Reporter Darian Trotter has the latest on the case and reaction from family members. An eternal flame symbolizes the unwavering love […]

Allstate Sugar Bowl Ticket Contest

Allstate Sugar Bowl Ticket Contest

Review: Burgers, Bourbon and Beer fundraiser for Second Harvest

Review: Burgers, Bourbon and Beer fundraiser for Second Harvest
Hey y’all! On Sunday afternoon my wife and I went to the Burgers, Bourbon and Beer fundraiser for Second Harvest Food Bank. As far as fundraising events go, this one was right in my wheelhouse. Several local restaurants took part in the event including Cowbell, Company Burger, Truburger, Phil’s Grill, Luke, Barcadia, Vitascope, Legacy Kitchen, […]

Panda may have faked pregnancy for more buns, bamboo

Panda may have faked pregnancy for more buns, bamboo
A giant panda slated to be the star of the first-ever live broadcast of the birth of panda cubs has lost the role -- after it was discovered the bear is not pregnant after all, Chinese state media reported.
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