Anum Siddiqui, WGNO

Anum Siddiqui

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Past articles by Anum:

Baton Rouge Metro Council passes ‘Devin’s Law’, “I’m very grateful”

On Wednesday, the East Baton Rouge Metro Council unanimously passed Devin's Law, a new ordinance that aims to make rental properties safer after the tragic death of Devin Page Jr. → Read More

Siblings, mother killed in Boulder County plane crash remembered

A Port Allen family of three and a pilot died in a sightseeing plane crash in Boulder County on July 18. → Read More

Cameras will track drivers’ speeds on Atchafalaya Basin Bridge

Video cameras on the bridge will help determine the time frame from when you got on the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge → Read More

Abortion rights leaders work on litigation around the country, including Louisiana

Legal experts say they are relentlessly working in states with abortion bans and trigger laws. A Louisiana judge blocked a ban on abortion Monday, making the procedure legal again at least until July 8th. → Read More

State Insurance Commissioner says more home insurers are leaving La.

Lighthouse Excalibur, Maison and Southern Fidelity are canceling their policies in Louisiana. → Read More

Gov. Edwards says National Guard will not be brought in to police La.’s rising crime

Gov. John Bel Edwards is speaking out on different ways to solve Louisiana’s high crime rate. → Read More

Gov. Edwards says operating budget is the best for higher education in state’s history

Governor Edwards says he is most proud of the state operating budget. He says the budget invests in early and higher education–including pay raises. → Read More

City of Gonzales to increase police presence after deadly Waffle House shooting

Thousands are expected in Gonzales over the Memorial Day weekend. The holiday weekend is also when the city hosts one of its largest events, Jambalaya Fest. → Read More

Gov. Edwards creates new task force to tackle statewide littering problem

You can find piles of trash that stretch along creeks in the state. This is far too common in Louisiana, with 240 watersheds just like this to be exact. → Read More

Experts predict increase in online scams due to supply chain issues

This holiday season scammers are working hard to steal your money. Reports from the Better Business Bureau show online scams are the easiest scam to fall for. → Read More

“I’m afraid to open my bill”: DEMCO customer faces skyrocketing electric bill

Some people in Baton Rouge say they are dreading looking at their electrical bill after getting a call to expect a higher bill than usual this month. → Read More

Ochsner employees’ attorney explains vaccine mandate lawsuit

North Louisana Ochsner Health locations cannot immediately fire employees who refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

LSU students express mixed emotions as Coach O announces split with the Tigers

Students on LSU's campus are sharing a pool of emotions after LSU Football Coach Ed Orgeron announced he is leaving the Tigers. → Read More

FEMA asks residents to be on high alert after multiple reports of scams

FEMA officials want those impacted by Hurricane Ida to be on high alert for scammers. → Read More

‘It hurts everybody’: Community members honor Nevaeh Allen

Community members honored the life of 2-year-old Nevaeh Allen with a balloon release and candlelight vigil. → Read More

‘I just want my baby home’: Search underway for missing 2-year-old, last seen at around noon

The search for a missing two-year-old last seen around noon is underway by the Baton Rouge Police Department. → Read More

‘It’s going to be a long recovery’: Louisiana seafood industry hurts post-Ida

If you're having a seafood craving, it might cost you more than usual or you might not even find it on the menu due to a shortage following Hurricane Ida. → Read More

Ascension Parish families seek answers after items go missing from gravesites at Mt. Zion Cemetery

Families in Ascension Parish are seeking answers after their items were removed from loved ones’ gravesites at Mt. Zion Cemetery. → Read More

Baton Rouge bishop offers grief coaching after losing wife to COVID-19

Bishop Ronald Hardy is still grieving his wife one year later after his wife, Robyn hardy, died from covid-19 → Read More

‘Ida was worse than Katrina’: 60 percent of Tangipahoa Parish DEMCO customers remain without power

It's now 17 days since Hurricane Ida. Now Demco energy customers are dealing with heat and rain until their power returns. → Read More