Anne Cutler
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Anne Cutler here… morning anchor extraordinaire! If you watch our newscasts, you may have seen me zooming by at 175 mph on a motorcycle, trudging through knee deep waters in flooded homes or interviewing celebrities on the red carpet.

I’m a Californian by birth, but New Orleans is home. Before moving to the Crescent City, I worked in California, Wyoming and Nevada. My husband Joe is a proud U.S. Marine, we have a little munchkin named Beauregard, along with two furry beagle-children, Bruin and Royce. We keep busy on the weekends renovating our 130-year-old Uptown home. If you’d like to follow the progress, you can check out my blog,

It’s tough to decide my most memorable TV experience. I recall reporting from the fire-lines in Reno while an entire neighborhood burned behind me, covering the sudden death of a beloved U.S. Senator in Wyoming while fighting back tears and fulfilling a childhood dream of meeting a sloth at the Audubon Zoo. That’s the best part about my job. Every day is a new adventure!

If you ever have a story idea, comment or suggestion, I’d love to hear from you. You can find me on Facebook at, on Twitter @AnneCutler, on Instagram @AnneCutler and on Pinterest as HammerandHeels.

Recent Articles
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    Power outages across metro area Tuesday due to severe weather

    Entergy restored power to many clients by 7 a.m., but said some may not have power restored until 4 p.m.

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    Delgado closed due to power outage

    Severe rain and thunderstorms knocked out power for thousands across the New Orleans area Tuesday morning.

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    NY Assemblyman pushes for Louisiana travel ban

    In the wake of Governor Bobby Jindal's "religious freedom" executive order, New York Assemblyman Daniel O'Donnell has asked New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to ban all non-essential state-funded travel to Louisiana.

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    Dancing with the Stars season finale preview

    The “Dancing With the Stars” judges nearly wore out their “10” paddles Monday night. Riker Lynch and Rumer Willis got two sets of perfect scores each. Army veteran and double amputee Noah Galloway also got 10s on his freestyle, but he was off pace a bit for his first performance. So, Galloway  trails Lynch and Willis going into Tuesday night’s 10th anniversary season finale. Willis’ performances even had a tough guy teary-eyed. Dad, Bruce Willis, had to wipe away the […]

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    NOLA for Nepal: How you can help victims of the earthquakes

    In New Orleans, photographer Marc Pagani is spearheading an effort to help those victims. He held a fundraiser over the weekend, raising more than $3,500.

  • Ladies of Duck Dynasty launch designer handbag collection

    Louisiana's most famous reality TV stars are moving into the world of fashion. The leading ladies of A&E's Duck Dynasty teamed up with Dooney & Bourke to launch a duck-inspired handbag collection.

  • Parents call homework assignment racist

    Some parents in North Carolina say their kindergarten students were given racist homework. Worksheets, depicting angry white people shouting at African-Americans and holding signs with hateful messages, were given to the kids. The students were supposed to describe the emotion that the person in the picture is feeling. The school defends the assignment, saying the pictures depict the struggle of New Orleans’ own Ruby Bridges, the first African-American child to attend an all-white school in the South. However, many parents […]

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    Pope Francis balls with Harlem Globetrotters at the Vatican

    Pope Francis welcomed members of the Harlem Globetrotters on Wednesday at his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square.

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    Wheelchair-bound contestant wins treadmill on Price is Right

    Danielle Perez is gaining internet fame after winning a treadmill on the Price is Right. The wheelchair-bound contestant and host Drew Carey found themselves in an awkward situation, when Perez won a huge prize… a treadmill! However, Perez was a good sport, tweeting a cute picture after the show with the caption, “when you win a treadmill on national TV, but you have no feet @DrewFromTV @PriceIsRight.” Since her appearance, Perez has been interviewed on numerous shows, including Jimmy Kimmel […]

  • NOPD Officer Suspended for Trying to Run Over Her Husband Following a Physical Altercation

    Inspector General says hundreds of millions in NOPD dollars are not spent wisely

    It's another snapshot of New Orleans Police Department performance and New Orleans Inspector General Ed Quatreveaux argues, that picture isn't clear.

  • Don’t mess with this guy! WWII vet fights off mugger with cane

    One lucky veteran in New Hampshire is home and healthy, after fighting off a crook with eyes on his wallet. “But damn it if I’d a had my cell phone we would have nailed that guy cause the police station is only one block down.” That’s the one regret 95 year old Arthur Kamberis, the WWII veteran who fought on Okinawa, says he has aftert after fending off Saturday’s attack. Manchester police say a surveillance camera managed to get a […]

  • Why a rural Louisiana athlete will be the last to wear Jackie Robinson’s #42

    The spotlight is a surprisingly comfortable place for linebacker Kenny Young. Hailing from Edgard, Louisiana, population 2,600, he's already leaving his mark on a school with population 43,000, in a city of 16,000,000.