The march to Minneapolis begins tonight… in Minneapolis

I don’t know how many people are picking a team with three straight 7-9 finishes to get to the Super Bowl, but I am. Why not? Follow along with me. 

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Pontiff Playground pumps worked overtime during Saturday’s heavy rainfall

My look at the intentional flooding of Pontiff Playground in Old Metairie during severe rain events.

Candidate for New Orleans Mayor announces bid with rap video

Charles O. Anderson, a New Orleans visual artist, wants to end murder in the city.

WDSU nabs eight first-place awards from Press Club of New Orleans

The WDSU news team was well represented at the 59th Press Club of New Orleans Excellence in Journalism Awards.

WDSU wins 6 p.m. newscast in May for the first time in decades

WDSU’s 6 p.m. newscast boasted the most-watched local weekday news at the conclusion of the May sweeps period. Here’s the write-up from NOLA.com.

Be part of the 10pm Roundup!

The #10pmRoundup goes behind the scenes to show you the people who help bring our newscast to life every night. Now, in the spirit of making dreams come true, YOU can be part of it!

60 Second Interview: Anchor Sula Kim

Introducing a new series with my new co-anchor as the first victim… er… interviewee.

Celebrating the Atlanta Falcons’ Super Bowl LI disaster

“For the catastrophic implosion of the Falcons is something we should observe and cheer whenever possible.”

Longtime WDSU newscast director retires

Joe Riviere, a WDSU mainstay, retired Tuesday after the 6 p.m. newscast. Joe was part of the WDSU News team for 34 years and worked in local television for 47 years.

WDSU nabs two awards from Louisiana Association of Broadcasters

At the annual Louisiana Association of Broadcasters awards luncheon in Baton Rouge today, WDSU picked up two awards — Best Breaking News and Best Documentary.

Sula Kim returns to WDSU News

After a stint in Seattle, I’m happy to welcome Sula Kim back to the WDSU anchor desk (5, 6 and 10pm). She replaces Adrianna Hopkins, who moved to Miami to be with her new husband.

Archbishop Aymond says eating meat is OK on St. Patrick’s Day

Since St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday during lent, Archbishop Gregory Aymond has given the ok for Catholics in the Archdiocese of New Orleans to eat meat, with strings attached.

The Mobile Leprechaun turns 11

This month marks 11 years since one of the best (and one of the first) viral videos off all time was born. It’s hard to believe that much time has passed.

Celebrating National Oreo Day with exciting trivia

I couldn’t let National Oreo Day go by without recognizing the cookie’s greatness. Fletcher Mackel wasn’t impressed.

A look back at Adrianna Hopkins’ two years at WDSU

Adrianna Hopkins left WDSU on Friday after 2+ years at the station. We had a lot of great times on air and off. These are some of our “best” moments.