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 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

WDSU staff up for 21 Press Club awards

The winners will be announced July 9 at the Excellence in Journalism Awards Gala.

‘Christmas tree’ lights up window at Charity Hospital, closed since 2005

Have you seen these photos circulating on social media? Lisa Walley Staggs says she “works at an inner city hospital situated directly across from Charity Hospital.” Charity has been closed since Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, but Staggs says a couple of nights ago as she was leaving work, she glanced over at the building […]

Council President Jason Williams implements rules and procedures for public comment on Monuments Ordinance

The “Monuments Ordinance,” will be heard at the Thursday, December 17 Special City Council Meeting at 10 a.m.  Here are the rules and procedures, set by Council President Jason Williams:  – Comments will be limited to 30 minutes per side.  – Each speaker will receive 2 minutes to speak. – No one will be allowed […]

NBC’s Jay Gray joins Scott from Baltimore

Jay talks about the protests in Baltimore, his extensive travel, his love of Louisiana, the Saints, LSU and more.

Fletcher Mackel’s green suit returns in grand fashion

When St. Patrick’s Day approaches, the green suit appears. Video and tweets inside chronicle the suit’s journey since its debut in 2012.

Fat Tuesday on WDSU

It’s a big day on WDSU. Our extensive Carnival Central coverage is on the air and continues through 3 p.m.

Half marathon recap

I was hoping to beat my personal best of 2:08 at the Rock n Roll half marathon yesterday. That didn’t happen. And it really wasn’t close.

Video: Sugar Bowl brings millions, happy tourists to New Orleans

New Year’s Eve fireworks from my backyard

News teams assemble and compete to “Save the Coast”

A call was put out for for local media members to get together at the Pelicans facility on Airline Drive to compete for Coast-saving supremacy.

Ray Nagin sentencing coverage on WDSU

WDSU’s coverage begins at 10 a.m. Click through for details.

Extended video: Thursday’s kitten rescue in progress

WDSU digital media manager Clint Durrett and reporter Blake Hanson were among the many who spent time trying to rescue a stubborn kitten under a hood in the WDSU parking lot.

Video: Camera stolen from boy’s wheelchair at Wrestlemania 30

Joe McCombe and his family traveled to New Orleans from Ireland to see Wrestlemania.