Anne Cutler, WGNO

Anne Cutler


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Anne:

New technology translates conversations in real time

It sounds like something out of the future. It's a pair of headphones that can help you translate different languages in real time, giving you the ability to talk to anyone in the world. → Read More

Happy St. Joseph’s Day! What are those altars all about?

All around New Orleans today, you'll find beautiful altars set up for St. Joseph’s Day. → Read More

Refinery says large ‘explosion’ was actually just routine testing

An explosion is not to blame for flames seen shooting into the sky over Chalmette, Saturday night. → Read More

Here’s one great reason to sing today

Warm up those vocal chords! We want you to sing for an important cause! → Read More

Forget the iconic crocodile! Lacoste logos are changing

Lacoste temporarily replaced its polo shirts' crocodile logo with the images of 10 endangered species to help counter the threat of extinction. → Read More

Members of the public will be invited to upcoming royal wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will invite more than 2,600 members of the public into the grounds of Windsor Castle to share their wedding day, Kensington Palace said Friday. → Read More

New Orleans mom raises national awareness about why her baby boy died

Grieving parents and health professionals are raising awareness about a difficult topic. March is designated as S.U.D.C. Awareness Month in Louisiana and now, dozens of other states, all thanks to New Orleans' own Boswell family. → Read More

State of Emergency declared in Louisiana for rising river levels

Governor John Bel Edwards has declared a State of Emergency for nine parishes, due to the rising Red River in Northern Louisiana. → Read More

The stories you need to know this Thursday

Here are the stories you need to know this Thursday, February 22. → Read More

CrossFit set to host worldwide fitness competition

Half a million athletes directly competing against each other on a level playing field at the same time. A logistical and practical impossibility, right? Perhaps not. → Read More

Football coach hailed as hero in deadly Florida school shooting

Football coach Aaron Feis threw himself in front of students as bullets hailed down Wednesday at his alma mater, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. → Read More

Free Lundi Gras Festival takes over Woldenberg Park

NEW ORLEANS -- The Lundi Gras Festival celebrates its 25th year in 2018 with another fun-filled day at Woldenberg Park on the Mississippi riverfront. The celebration is hosted by the 800 members of the Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club on February 12th. → Read More

TV moments you’ll only see during Mardi Gras in New Orleans

You've probably heard the saying that it's Mardi Gras in New Orleans, but everywhere else it's just Tuesday. → Read More

Good luck hiding this loot! Crooks get away with big, red canoe

You'd think this loot would be tough to hide! The New Orleans Police Department is asking for your help to find a canoe that was stolen Monday morning in Federal City. → Read More

Danger! The watermelon world record you have to see to believe

Jimmy Karadi allowed 49 watermelons to be chopped, on his stomach, in one minute, with a 30-inch blade. → Read More

Stock futures down dramatically after major sell-off Monday

Wall Street partied hard while President Trump pushed for huge business tax cuts that the economy didn't really need. Now comes the hangover. → Read More

Sheriff’s Office investigates suspected predator targeting real estate agents

Across Southeast Louisiana, female real estate agents are on edge after recent reports of a predator targeting realtors. → Read More

This is why everyone’s wearing red today… and why you should too

Friday, February 2nd is national "Go Red For Women" day. It's an annual campaign by the American Heart Association to raise awareness for heart health. → Read More

United Airlines denies woman’s “emotional support” peacock

Here's a story that's getting a lot of traction online. United Airlines denied a woman's request to bring a peacock on the plane. The woman claimed it was an "emotional support" peacock. → Read More

Bubbly blunder! Just how much this broken bottle cost

You could call it a big, bubbly blunder on an island off Spain. And as the best blunders are, it was all caught on camera! → Read More