Meghan Kee, WWL-TV

Meghan Kee

WWL-TV

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past:
  • NBC Charlotte
  • WWL-TV
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
  • WLTX

Past articles by Meghan:

First responders remember, honor victims of September 11 attacks

Wednesday's climb was personal for many firefighters, who said they could only imagine what their brothers and sisters went through that day. → Read More

First responders remember, honor victims of September 11 attacks

Wednesday's climb was personal for many firefighters, who said they could only imagine what their brothers and sisters went through that day. → Read More

Students return to class after grade-fixing scandal at John F. Kennedy High School

New principal Harold Clay said that the school will be more student-focused for the upcoming year. → Read More

Saints fans excited for the start of training camp

Veteran black and gold players joined the rookies at Thursday's practice. → Read More

Louisiana's first Shake Shack opens to long lines in Metairie

Ribbons were cut at 11 a.m. outside the national burger chain's first location in Louisiana on Veterans Memorial Boulevard and Severn Avenue. → Read More

Saints fans' NFC Championship No-Call lawsuit moves forward

Thursday's judgment from Judge D. Nicole Sheppard means that NFL commissioner Rodger Goodell could be required to provide a deposition. → Read More

New Orleans police, schools hold active shooter drill

Officers from the New Orleans Police Department arrived at McDonogh 35 High School in Gentilly around 6 a.m. to prepare for the school shooting drill. → Read More

Here's what to do if your property was damaged by Hurricane Barry

If your property was damaged, the Louisiana Department of Insurance has a list of steps you should take to file a claim after the storm. → Read More

'There was always someone he was trying to help': Pastor killed in roadside crash mourned

Twila Williams children lost a father and an uncle → Read More

New Orleans pushes 'Catch Basin Challenge' to clean clogged drains

The challenge is pretty simple. If you run across a clogged catch basin, take before pictures of it. Clean the front of it and take after pictures of it. → Read More

3 dead after crashes on Westbank Expressway

Witnesses tell WWL-TV that the crashes happened around 11 p.m. → Read More

Grand Theater set to be demolished after fire

"In some spots it still looks like Katrina and that's ridiculous," one resident said. → Read More

'Give NOLA Day' gets off to quick start

The Greater New Orleans Foundation says they hope to raise $6 million by midnight Tuesday. → Read More

Deal or No Deal? Cantrell's infrastructure deal in jeopardy, report says

The tentative agreement would have given more money to fund infrastructure projects with the Sewerage & Water Board is now up in the air. → Read More

Offshore safety questioned nine years after BP disaster

Oceana released the report early Thursday, contending that oversight of the oil and gas industry has returned to pre-BP levels. → Read More

Unity-1 fundraiser to help rebuild after deadly salon fire

On Monday, the Propeller building will turn into the fundraiser site to rebuild the salon. → Read More

New Orleans council members push to raise Louisiana's minimum wage

Louisiana currently uses the federal minimum wage standard of $7.25 per hour. The cost of living varies throughout the state but is highest in Orleans Parish. → Read More

Wednesday is Bike to Work Day in New Orleans

Bike trains will be leaving several neighborhoods around 7:15 a.m. to meet up at Duncan Plaza. Below is a full is of bike trains for the event: → Read More

Students barred from graduation after 'senior prank' water gun fight

Sophie B. Wright Charter School said that criminal and civil actions could be taken after a student and teacher were hurt and school property was sprayed with water. → Read More

After 'Pit Bulls & Parolees' New Orleans shelter floods, fans walk dogs, donate blankets

More than 30 volunteers showed up outside the Villalobos Rescue Center ready to walk dogs and drop off donated blankets. → Read More