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  • The future of Louisiana: Faith Becnel and her band Faith in the Music

    At the young age of 10, the powerhouse vocalist, Faith Becnel, got her start at none other than a school talent show. From there, Faith began performing in the band, The Rowdy Rough Boys (& a girl).

  • ARRL Field Day 2016

    METAIRIE (WGNO)- Every year, over thirty-five thousand amateur radio, or ham operators as they are called, take part in the ARRL Field Day. It is the single most popular on-the-air event held annually in the U.S. and Canada. The event takes part on the fourth weekend of June, each year. The purpose is to highlight the many roles in amateur radio and to demonstrate how groups will perform in the case of an emergency. While some will treat it as a contest, other […]

  • New Orleans Pride memorial honors Orlando victims

    Hundreds came out to The Phoenix Bar Saturday to memorialize the fallen in what has become America's largest mass shooting to date.

  • Hauntings and Horrors: A look inside Bloody Mary’s home

    Tucked away in Mid-City lies a two story, purple and blue home that dates back to the 1890s. New Orleans is haunted far beyond the French Quarter— the ghosts are spread all over town. That is just the case with the private residence of Bloody Mary, a voodoo queen, and paranormal investigator.

  • Why Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar is the watering hole for the dead

    Built between 1722 and 1732, Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar is known to be one of the oldest buildings in America. It escaped two great fires and was believed to be to have been used by the Lafitte Brothers, Jean and Pierre, as a New Orleans base for their Barataria smuggling operation. Rumor has it Jean Lafitte hid his gold in the fireplace inside the establishment.

  • How to make the perfect grilled cheese #NationalGrilledCheeseDay

    There are many ways to make a grilled cheese sandwich. But what's the best way? We went to The Big Cheezy in Mid-City to find out.

  • ‘It became a rushing rapid!’ Friday’s flash floods destroy Bogalusa museum

    Organizers with the Museum of Native American Culture walked through Cassidy Park Monday surveying the damage from a massive flash flood.

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