Victoria – Digital Producer

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.

Recent Articles
  • Your March Weather Photos

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  • Armed forces Veteran Job Fair this Thursday at the Superdome

    NEW ORLEANS – DAV and RecruitMilitary have partnered to host the New Orleans Veteran Job Fair, this Thursday, March 21. Veterans, transitioning military personnel, National Guard members, Reservists and military spouses are all welcome to join the event. The job fair will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. More than 45 employers will be looking for new hires. This event also coincides with RecruitMilitary’s new partnership with Google and its MOS Job Search Tool for […]

  • Trade 12 pounds of beads for 12 Krispy Kreme Doughnuts!

    METAIRIE, LA – You worked hard to catch all those beads, now trade them in for a dozen delicious Krispy Kreme Doughnuts! Krispy Kreme is offering one dozen free original glazed doughnuts to guests who bring in 12 pounds or more of Mardi Gras beads to the Krispy Kreme shop on Clearview Pkwy. Beads must be dropped off between 7 A.M. and 10 P.M. on either Monday, March 25 or Tuesday, March 26. Guests who don’t want to walk out […]

  • World’s Biggest Bowl of Pasta

    Friday, come enjoy free pasta from the world’s largest pasta dish!

    NEW ORLEANS – Come make history while eating your FREE share of the world’s largest pasta dish! Guests can dine on some pasta, purchase some wine, and dance to the live entertainment. The celebration will take place this Friday, March 22, at 11:45 A.M. at The Hilton Riverside. The pasta being served is Pasta con Sardi, a traditional St. Joseph dish. Sardines, fennel, and pine nuts will be added to the 500 pounds of pasta and 150 gallons of meatless […]

  • Free community baby shower for Kenner residents

    KENNER, LA – The City of Kenner Department of Citizens Services is hosting a free community baby shower for Kenner residents. If you would like to attend, you MUST register ahead of time, as walk-ins will NOT be allowed. The event is happening on Wednesday, March 20, from 9 A.M. to 11 A.M, at 317 Oxley Street in Kenner. Expectant moms and parents of young infants are welcome to attend. Guests will enjoy food, games, prizes, and learn important health […]

  • Mall of America welcomes one thousand cockroaches to new exhibit

    BLOOMINGTON, MN – A new exhibit at the Mall of America has brought more than one thousand giant cave cockroaches into the building. SEA LIFE Aquarium’s new “Brave the Rainforest,” adventure, featuring the cockroaches, opened on March 15. The cockroaches, also known as Blaberus Giganteus, are one of the world’s largest cockroach species. Families can get the ultimate cockroach selfie as they bravely go into the giant 8ft tall dome bubble to be safely surrounded 360 degrees by one thousand […]

  • 26 people transported to hospital after bus crash near Slidell

    HANCOCK COUNTY, MS – A bus crash near the MS/LA state line has sent 26 people to the hospital, according to the Slidell Police Department. Officials say the casino bus was traveling eastbound on I-10, when for unknown reasons, it veered off the road, crashing through a sign before being stopped by trees. Of the 26 passengers, two were flown to local hospitals, while the other 24 passengers were transported to three other area hospitals. All eastbound lanes are currently blocked. […]

  • NOLA artist complex hoping to stay open and remain a resource

    NEW ORLEANS- From the outside, the buildings look dilapidated, but inside, lives a world of creativity and beauty. This complex houses over 200 New Orleans artists, but they are being asked to vacate the premises of their affordable studios in the 8th Ward. The state fire marshal says the structures are unsafe and dangerous, so the residents must go. New Orleans artist James Michalopoulos owns the complex and he believes that someone complained to the city that residents were using […]

  • Gayle Benson makes a generous donation to Second Harvest Food Bank

    NEW ORLEANS – The $3.5 million donation, made through the Gayle and Tom Benson Charitable Foundation, is the largest monetary donation to Second Harvest in its 37-year history. “I am honored to be able to support the mission to fight hunger,” Mrs. Benson said. “The staff and volunteers of Second Harvest do so much for so many, and they use every dollar donated to them to meet the needs of people who do not have enough food.  I am happy to […]

  • NOMA presents: Art in Bloom 2019

    NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Museum of Art has announced the dates for one of the most anticipated springtime events. Art in Bloom 2019 presents Illuminations: Looking Withing and Beyond, in partnership with IBERIABANK. Art in Bloom showcases spectacular floral designs created by over 100 exhibitors. A special Patron and Preview Party is being held on March 27, to kick off the festivities. This exclusive party will feature cuisine and libations from top New Orleans restaurants, a silent auction featuring […]

  • Hancock Whitney works to preserve 100-year-old bank records

    NEW ORLEANS – The preservation process has begun for bank records, stacked floor to ceiling, dating back to the 1800’s. Hundreds of ledgers line the 25-foot-tall cabinets in the sealed-off attic of the 1888 Safe Deposit Vault building on Gravier Street. Iron padlocks secure antique trunks which contain documents that might provide insight into more than 100 years of New Orleans bank history. As the bank makes its move to the new Hancock Whitney Center New Orleans regional headquarters, a […]

  • Audubon Zoo hosts ‘Dinner with the Sea Lions’

    NEW ORLEANS – Tickets are now on sale for the Audubon Zoo’s Sea Lion & Sustainability Dinner. The event will be on Tuesday, April 2, at 6 P.M. Tickets are $125 per person, and come with a three-course dinner, accompanied by wine pairings. Seating is extremely limited, so get your tickets now. Dinner begins at 6:00 p.m. Click HERE to purchase your tickets. Dinner will be held under the majestic oak trees outside of the Odenheimer Sea Lion Pool. Audubon Zoo’s sea […]

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