Victoria has a Bachelor’s degree from Southeastern Louisiana University in Communication/Electronic Media. Upon graduation she worked as a morning producer in the Baton Rouge area. She and her husband moved back to their hometown, Metairie, to start their careers.
Victoria and her husband love the outdoors. They love to travel, especially when it involves a cruise ship! Victoria is very family oriented. She had a large family and they spend a lot of time together.
US 90 is closed in both directions on the Huey P. Long Bridge due to police activity. Use an alternate route. Congestion is minimal. — New Orleans Traffic (@NOLA_Traffic) January 21, 2019 NEW ORLEANS – The Huey P. Long Bridge is closed in both directions, according to @NOLA_Traffic. Their is apparent “police activity” at the top of the bridge. This information was received around 5 P.M. Stay tuned to WGNO for more on this developing story.
NEW ORLEANS – On social media, local entrepreneur Matt Bowers says he “is going to make the NFL miserable,” and this is a great start. Bowers has made his message to the NFL referees pretty clear, by broadcasting “NFL BLEAUX IT” and “SAINTS GOT ROBBED” on several billboards in Atlanta. Two signs are confirmed up, but Bowers purchased a total of eight billboards all around downtown Atlanta. Bowers is the owner of several car dealerships, so he used his connections to […]
NEW ORLEANS – For those who don’t know… the Saints were robbed, and now there’s a t-shirt to spread the word! “Dirty Coast” released this awesome t-shirt on their website today. During the NFC Championship game between the Rams and the Saints, there was a terrible “no-call” that most likely cost the Saints the game. Not only did the black and gold lose out on the NFC Champion title, but the loss put an end to the Saints march to […]
NEW ORLEANS – We are officially two weeks into Carnival season and it is starting to show. Workers are on Veterans Memorial Boulevard putting up parade route risers. This photo was taken in front of Lakeside Mall. These will serve as public viewing stands as well as the seating area for parade judges. The first Metairie parade, Krewe of Little Rascals, rolls on Sunday, February 17. Krewe of Little Rascals will be following the old Veterans route, beginning at Trenton […]
A Bangladeshi man who suffers from an extremely rare genetic disease known as “tree man” syndrome is back in hospital and faces more surgery after the condition returned after multiple operations in 2016. Abul Bajandar, a 28-year-old father from a small town in southern Bangladesh, made headlines three years ago when he underwent a series of complex operations to remove lesions which resemble tree branches from his hands and feet. Bajandar has been living with the disease, epidermodysplasia verruciformis, for more […]
NEW ORLEANS – Spirit Airlines has announced yet another new route that will be leaving out of MSY. The newest route will be a daily, nonstop flight to RDU in Morrisville, NC. These routes will be offered beginning May 2, 2019. Flights to Denver, CO and Austin, TX will also be offered daily, starting on February 14, 2019. Additional flights to Philadelphia, PA will be available four times per week, beginning May 3, 2019. “Spirit Airlines is the fastest growing airline […]
NEW ORLEANS – AT&T is hosting a hiring event today, in New Orleans East. AT&T says if you love working with people and technology, you should head out to the hiring event. The company is looking to hire Retail Sales Consultants for New Orleans East and Gentilly AT&T retail stores. Retail Sales Consultant are responsible for “providing innovative solutions and sharing product knowledge with store customers.” Interviews will be conducted today from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. at the AT&T […]
Congratulations to all the half & full @louisianamarathon finishers today! Thanks for coming to #OnlyLouisiana and passing a good time with us! https://t.co/DXU26GLG4I pic.twitter.com/wEbzdcqMLU — Louisiana Travel (@LouisianaTravel) January 20, 2019 BATON ROUGE – Thousands of runners lined up for 7 A.M. despite the near freezing temperatures at The Louisiana Marathon on Sunday. Nearly 3,000 runners from 48 states and 8 countries crossed the finish line. 2018 Boston Marathon winner Des Linden set the new female record for The Louisiana Half […]
NEW ORLEANS – The boys in black and gold gave it all they had, but came up just a little short in today’s game. The Saints had an early lead, going into the second quarter 13-0. The Rams seem to have rallied at the half and came out strong to tie the game and force it into overtime. The Saints won the coin toss but Brees threw an interception and the Rams took over the field. The Saints defense put […]
NEW ORLEANS – It doesn’t matter where you are, as long as you’re cheering and screaming and doing whatever it takes to help the boys in black and gold win! Here’s a few fan photos we have received today.
NEW ORLEANS – The sun may be out, but it’ still 40° and this isn’t the weather these fans are used to tailgating in! Never the less, thousands of die-hards are out in frigid temps, to show their spirit. This is for you, Saints fans, and all you do for our boys! Keep sending your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and we may add you to this number!
NEW ORLEANS – We have received so many fan photos over the past week. Thanks so much everyone for your submissions. Stay tuned as we will be posting more throughout the day! Send in your Saints fan snapshots to email@example.com, and you may get featured! And here are today’s picks.