John Snell, FOX 8 New Orleans

John Snell

FOX 8 New Orleans

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent:
  • FOX 8 New Orleans
  • KNOE 8 News
Past:
  • KALB News Channel 5
  • KPLC
  • WAFB
  • Hawaii News Now
  • KOTA Territory News
  • KKTV 11 News
  • KMVT News
  • WMBFNews.com
  • KSLA News 12
  • WBTV News

Recent articles by John:

Incomplete Test: Hurricane Ida was not the ultimate challenge for the area’s levee system

Hurricane Center warns West Bank levees could be overtopped if a carbon copy of Ida veered 15 miles to the east → Read More

Parish leaders propose new ‘barrier island’ in St. Bernard

St. Bernard Parish leaders call a $394 million ridge restoration "critical" protection for wetlands and levees. → Read More

Work begins on Louisiana’s largest-ever marsh creation project

2,700 acres project will pump three Superdomes worth of mud → Read More

Work begins on Louisiana’s largest-ever marsh creation project

2,700 acres project will pump three Superdomes worth of mud → Read More

Work begins on Louisiana’s largest-ever marsh creation project

2,700 acres project will pump three Superdomes worth of mud → Read More

Higher Mississippi River turns the Bonnet Carre Spillway into a bald eagle paradise

Higher river levels draw dozens of bald eagles to the Bonnet Carre Spillway. → Read More

Despite Hurricane Ida’s surge, a cypress planting results in a 98% survival rate

Early results show positive signs for efforts to plant a new forest in Madisonville. → Read More

Months after Ida, Louisiana’s forest industry copes with the loss of thousands of trees

LSU Ag Center estimates Hurricane Ida caused $315 million in damage to Louisiana's forest owners → Read More

Months after Ida, Louisiana’s forest industry copes with the loss of thousands of trees

LSU Ag Center estimates Hurricane Ida caused $315 million in damage to Louisiana's forest owners → Read More

A baby boom comes to the Audubon Nature Institute west bank facility

A partnership between the New Orleans and San Diego zoo organizations breeds endangered species → Read More

Roux, the Audubon Zoo’s baby orangutan, keeps gaining strength

Two-month-old Sumatran orangutan Roux needs to hit more milestones before his public debut. → Read More

Tulane researchers see a ‘win-win’ in finding alternatives to using the Bonnet Carre Spillway to prevent flooding

Two proposed Mississippi River diversions could benefit the Louisiana's wetlands, a new study finds. → Read More

Students ‘garden’ oysters at St. Stanislaus in Bay St. Louis

Marine Science Program takes advantage of a living laboratory to teach lessons that last a lifetime. → Read More

The Audubon Zoo’s baby orangutan shows signs of improvement

Handlers have been bottle feeding the infant. → Read More

The Audubon Zoo’s baby orangutan shows signs of improvement

Handlers have been bottle feeding the infant. → Read More

City Park crafts a new story to accompany its train ride through the oaks

The Will-o'-the-wisps is the newest attraction at Celebration in the Oaks → Read More

Baby on board: Louisiana’s west bank breeding facility awaits a special delivery

The Audubon Nature Institute may have something to rival the excitement, at least in the zoo world. → Read More

Work begins on Louisiana’s largest-ever coastal project to build marsh and ridge

The $100 million Spanish Pass Marsh & Ridge project will create 7 miles of land → Read More

Work begins on Louisiana’s largest-ever coastal project to build marsh and ridge

The $100 million Spanish Pass Marsh & Ridge project will create 7 miles of land → Read More

Hurricane Ida dealt a serious blow to Louisiana’s “floating marsh”

Significant portions of the marsh on the north and western sides of Barataria Bay appear to have been lost to Ida’s surge and waves. → Read More