Kimberly Curth, FOX 8 New Orleans

Kimberly Curth

FOX 8 New Orleans

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Kimberly:

Couple celebrating 50th wedding anniversary trying to locate stolen wedding album

A Texas couple in town to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary became the victims of New Orleans crime over the weekend. → Read More

FOX 8 EXCLUSIVE: Surveillance video shows moments before and after fatal French Quarter shooting

The New Orleans Police Department says around 7 p.m. Thursday a man inside a residence heard banging on the door in the 500-block of Dauphine Street, got a gun, and opened the door. Police say the victim entered the residence, and then lunged toward the man inside. That’s when police say the man inside of the residence shot him. → Read More

Gretna councilman says he was a child victim of clergy abuse decades ago

A Gretna City Councilman testified before a legislative committee that a priest abused him decades ago. Now, he and other survivors of child sexual abuse are asking state lawmakers to pass a bill that would give victims more time to come forward with a claim against their abuser in civil court. → Read More

NOPD says it’s addressing a major uptick in violent crime

New Orleans neighbors like Monicka Henry are concerned about violent crime in the city. → Read More

NOLA restaurants struggling to fill jobs

New Orleans restaurants are facing a staffing crisis as more of them struggle to reopen amid the pandemic. → Read More

Former FBI agent claims Harry Morel case mishandled by federal prosecutors

There are explosive allegations against the U.S. Attorney's Office from a former FBI agent turned whistleblower. At the center of those claims are how federal prosecutors handled the high-profile case against former St. Charles District Attorney Harry Morel. → Read More

Outpouring of support for families impacted by the Seacor Power lift boat disaster

There’s been an outpouring of support for the families of those impacted by the Seacor Power lift boat disaster. → Read More

New legislation aims to give victims of child sex abuse more time to come forward with a claim against their abuser

State Representative Jason Hughes of New Orleans says he has an obligation to victims of child sex abuse to fight on their behalf. "Since I have filed this bill, I have heard from victims around the State." → Read More

Some Covid long haulers report a relief in symptoms following vaccination

Kelly House says for months she suffered with debilitating symptoms, like headaches, fatigue and brain fog following a Covid-19 infection last July. "It really scared me because I was thinking is this something I am just going to have to deal with for the rest of my life," said House. → Read More

CDC issues new travel guidance for those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says those who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 can resume travel at low risk to themselves. → Read More

Doctors concerned about possibility of fourth COVID-19 surge

Cases are increasing in some parts of the country and health officials are concerned about a fourth surge. → Read More

New Orleans Convention Center Board approves proposal for entertainment and residential river district

A group of New Orleans real estate developers have been selected to create an entertainment and residential district on the Mississippi River. → Read More

New Orleans EMS delivering COVID-19 vaccines to those with medical mobility issues

Those who have medical mobility issues can now have a health professional come to their house to administer a COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board says its considering “smart meters”

New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board customers like Ricky LaBorde have had enough. "$100 bill one month, 400 the next month, I've tried to resolve it, this has been going on for over a year," said LaBorde. → Read More

New support group formed for sex abuse survivors

Three church sex abuse survivors formed a friendship and are now advocating for other victims. → Read More

Family devastated after body of missing Southern University student pulled from Lake Pontchartrain

A Slidell family is devastated after authorities pulled the body of a missing Southern University student out of Lake Pontchartrain Thursday. → Read More

Businesses and tourism officials optimistic about more visitors returning to New Orleans

Businesses and tourism officials are hoping stimulus money,vaccines and the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in New Orleans due to low positivity rates will bring more visitors back to the city. → Read More

Overweight and obese individuals now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine in Louisiana

Individuals age 16 and older who are overweight or obese are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Louisiana. → Read More

Overweight and obese individuals now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine in Louisiana

Individuals age 16 and older who are overweight or obese are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Louisiana. → Read More

Mother desperate for help finding her missing son

A Slidell mother is desperate for help finding her missing son. The NOPD says it's investigating the possibility of foul play being involved in the disappearanc of Marquise Jones, 21. → Read More