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Adam Bowles is WGNO-News with a Twist’s newest meteorologist and multi-media journalist.

He comes to New Orleans from Bakersfield, California, where he was a meteorologist and outdoor adventure host at ABC 23.

When he’s not in front of the green screen, you can find him hiking, scuba diving, zip lining, working out, and doing everything he can outdoors.

He also loves to sing and perform. You may even catch him singing somewhere around town.

Recent Articles
  • Tet Fest-Vietnamese New Year Celebrations this weekend!

    NEW ORLEANS- Get ready for the Vietnamese New Year Celebration 2019 at the Mary Queen of Vietnam Church (5069 Willowbrook Drive, New Orleans, LA 70129). It is the Year of the Pig, which represents “energy, enthusiasm, and realism.” The kickoff event is on Friday, February 8th, 2019 at 6:00 PM by Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond. The FREE event will showcase the traditional Dragon Dance with fireworks, which is believed to scare away evil spirits. Mary Queen of Vietnam Church is home to over 3,000 Vietnamese […]

  • Marley Gras Jerk Chicken Festival this weekend at Central City BBQ

    NEW ORLEANS-   Marley Gras Jerk Chicken Festival is back, bigger and better than ever with more music, food, dance, celebrity guests, and vendors all at our beautiful outdoor/indoor venue, Central City BBQ, 1201 South Rampart st! Marley Gras Jerk Chicken Festival is a funky fusion of Jamaican musical and culinary traditions with the rich culture of New Orleans Carnival! New Orleans and Jamaican culture are so intertwined that it’s only fitting that we have a festival that beautifully blends the […]

  • Mom charged after 15-year-old found living alone in ‘unsanitary conditions’

    DAVENPORT, Iowa – An Iowa mother faces several charges after police found her teen son living alone in an apartment with no food, a bug infestation, and dog feces spread so thick officers could barely “walk without stepping in it.” Davenport officers said they arrived at 920 West Locust Street Wednesday to find a 15-year-old boy living alone with a mental illness and a dirty apartment. Authorities say the 15-year-old had been living in the apartment alone since January 9. The mother, 39-year-old […]

  • Virginia governor ‘deeply sorry’ for blackface, KKK costume on yearbook page

    NORFOLK, Va. – Virginia Governor Ralph Northam medical school yearbook page includes an image of one person in blackface and another wearing a Ku Klux Klan robe, according to WTKR. The photo, which appears on his page in an Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook from 1984, shows two people but it’s not clear whether either one is Northam. An accompanying quote under the photo reads: “There are more old drunks than old doctors in this world so I think I’ll have […]

  • Police: Ohio man wounds girlfriend, kills her 5-year-old son before taking own life

    MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio – Two people are dead and another is in critical condition after a man reportedly called 911, telling dispatchers that he killed his girlfriend and her son, before taking his own life. According to Dayton Daily News, a 33-year-old man who described himself as an Army veteran allegedly shot his girlfriend and killed her son at a Miami Township apartment Friday morning. Police said when they arrived on scene around 11:30 a.m. they discovered the man and […]

  • Facebook and Twitter remove thousands of fake accounts tied to Russia, Venezuela and Iran

    (CNN) — For anyone hoping that foreign operations are no longer using social media to try to meddle in and influence debate and policy in the US and all over the world, Thursday should be a wakeup call. Thursday afternoon, Facebook announced the suspension of a network of accounts it said was engaged in “coordinated inauthentic behavior on Facebook and Instagram” that was “directed from Iran.” Almost simultaneously, Twitter announced that it had suspended what it termed networks of accounts that it termed “foreign […]

  • Sarah Sanders: God ‘wanted Donald Trump to become president’

    (CNN) — White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said she believes God wanted President Donald Trump to win the 2016 election, the Christian Broadcasting Network reported on Wednesday. “I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times and I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president, and that’s why he’s there,” Sanders told CBN’s David Brody and Jennifer Wishon, according to a transcript of the interview provided by CBN. “I think he has done a […]

  • Sex trafficking and the Super Bowl: Myths and the real issues

    (CNN) — The 2019 Super Bowl has drawn thousands of people to the host city of Atlanta, but not everyone’s in town to join in on the festivities. Volunteers and outreach services from across the country are working with city agencies to use the biggest sporting event in the United States to open the public’s eyes to human trafficking, the crime of forcing someone to perform sex or labor for profit. Some groups claim that the influx of crowds for […]

  • Southeast Louisiana could get some wintry precipitation Tuesday morning

    NEW ORLEANS-  We do have some big changes on the way, so right now we have that sunshine; but a low pressure system  and a strong cold front is about to move its way in. Guess what’s behind it? Snow! So let’s straight to the future cast to see if New Orleans can see any of this white stuff. So, stopping the clock at 8 in the morning Monday we have sunshine in the 40’s and 50’s. Clouds move in late […]

  • Camellia Club of New Orleans hosts annual flower show and sale Saturday

    NEW ORLEANS- Camellia Club of New Orleans hosts annual show Saturday at the Delgado Community College Student Life Center with entries accepted from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.; plant sale featuring the rare yellow camellias begins at noon. This show is accredited by the American Camellia Society, and the names of winners and their blooms will be entered in the ACS archives. Judging of blooms will be by ACS certified judges. Blooms should be brought in between 8 and 10:30 a.m. […]

  • Cub/Boy Scout Day this weekend at the National WWII museum

    NEW ORLEANS-  All levels of Boy and Cub Scouts and their families are invited to come experience what World War 2 was like FREE at the National WWII Museum’s annual Cub/Boy Scout Day Saturday the 28th. The day is designed for Scouts to tour the Museum’s exhibits, explore the history and lessons of D-Day, and participate in special presentations and activities just for them. Special pricing for scouts in uniform is available throughout the day. To register, email your troop information […]

  • Man ‘just grew close’ with 5-foot, 60-pound emotional support alligator

    YORK, Pa. – When you think of emotional support animals, you probably think of dogs, cats or other household pets. But one Pennsylvania man has made global headlines because of his emotional support alligator, Wally. “He was only about maybe 20 inches when we got him, he was 14 months old,” Joie Henney told WPIX. Wally is now 5 feet and weighs about 60 pounds. Henney, who used to host a fishing and hunting television show, rescued his now 3-year-old […]

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