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.

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.

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.

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.

Steve Gleason stories honored with Murrow, National Headliner and Gabriel awards

When I set out to do a couple of stories on former Saint Steve Gleason’s battle with ALS, the ultimate goal was never about winning awards.

Video: Taking Fletcher Mackel to task for his column on Sean Payton’s future

WDSU sports anchor Fletcher Mackel and I stand squarely on opposite sides of the fence when it comes to Sean Payton’s future with the Saints, but I’m definitely on the right side. In case you missed it, here’s Fletcher’s column. We planned to conduct this “debate” in about two minutes, but we got a little carried away and […]

Video: Behind the scenes at the Sugar Bowl New Year’s Eve parade

In case you missed it, here’s the Facebook live stream I did before the WDSU broadcast of the Allstate Sugar Bowl New Year’s Eve parade.

WDSU gubernatorial debate airs live Thursday at 6 p.m.

All four of the leading candidates in the race to succeed Gov. Bobby Jindal are expected to take part in the first major debate of the campaign — one which will air live from the studios of WDSU TV.

Video: That time when Sharief thought I was Fletcher Mackel

That moment when my shoe fell off at the end of the newscast…

My Steve Gleason interview: Parts 1 and 2 together

One-on-one with Steve Gleason (part 2 of 2)

Steve talks about how he interacts with his son and tries to keep their relationship as normal as possible.