Kenny Lopez, WGNO

Kenny Lopez


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Kenny:

French Quarter psychic predicts LSU’s chances of winning against Georgia Bulldogs

Is an LSU Tigers win written in the cards? WGNO’s Kenny Lopez went to Hex Old World Witchery in the French Quarter to visit with a psychic who predicts LSU’s chances of beating the Georgia Bulldogs this weekend. → Read More

‘Fleurty Girl’ has winning down to a “tee” with new Tulane Roll Wave shirts

‘Fluerty Girl’ already has you covered when it comes to game day gear for the LSU Tigers and New Orleans Saints, but now another winning team is getting in the mix. → Read More

WATCH: Bodycam footage of Superdome officer-involved shooting released by NOPD

More than two weeks after a homeless man was shot by an officer outside the Caesars Superdome, the New Orleans Police Department has released video of the moments leading up to and following the shooting. → Read More

Mariah Carey accessorizes with umbrella from Louisiana business ‘Bella Umbrella’ in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Pop Superstar and the self-proclaimed “Queen of Christmas,” Mariah Carey was dressed divinely on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and one of her beautiful accessories came from New Orleans. → Read More

The Salvation Army helping those facing homelessness with new mobile showering units

The Salvation Army of Greater New Orleans and Aetna Better Health of Louisiana, a CVS Health company teamed up to host a healthcare event to help those facing homelessness. → Read More

Bayou Classic fans spend Thanksgiving in French Quarter

Southern University and Grambling University are preparing for the 49th Annual Bayou Classic, and fans are already celebrating Thanksgiving in New Orleans. → Read More

‘World’s Largest Turkey Fry’ with 1,050 birds this Thanksgiving

It is a Thanksgiving tradition, the Dawnbusters Kiwanis Club and Krewe of Carrollton deep fried more than 1,000 turkeys for Thanksgiving. → Read More

‘World’s Largest Turkey Fry’ with 1,050 birds this Thanksgiving

It is a Thanksgiving tradition, the Dawnbusters Kiwanis Club and Krewe of Carrollton deep fried more than 1,000 turkeys for Thanksgiving. → Read More

‘Ted Lasso’ sends messages to U.S. Men’s Soccer Team including a player with Baton Rouge ties

The TV character Coach Ted Lasso on the hit Emmy-award winning Apple TV+ show, “Ted Lasso” is sending personal messages of encouragement to each player on the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team in their hometowns across the country. → Read More

Hear ye! Hear ye! Feasting on Fest Food at Renaissance Festival

Come hither! Walking around Renaissance Fest there are so many food options to fill our bellies! WGNO’s Kenny Lopez toured the fest and gives us a taste. → Read More

Bishop from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding will be guest preacher in New Orleans

The presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church USA, Michael Curry—the first African-American elected to this position and history-making speaker at the 2018 wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be visiting New Orleans and be a guest preacher at St. Anna’s Episcopal Church in Treme. → Read More

Folgers company battling out in Civil Court over property taxes exemptions

A preliminary injunction is still in place as Folgers Coffee company battles in court with Orleans Parish Assessor Erroll Williams. → Read More

NOLA Public Schools receive “C” grade, but shows improvement

New scores from the Louisiana Department of Education shows students’ performances are back to pre-pandemic levels. → Read More

Children’s Hospital facing challenging situation with rise in RSV cases

Children’s Hospital New Orleans is facing an emergency right now. They are at capacity with young patients suffering from several respiratory viruses, and it is straining their staff. → Read More

How low can it go? Mississippi River water extremely low in Baton Rouge at U.S.S. Kidd site

The Mississippi River is seeing water levels at record lows, so WGNO’s Kenny Lopez went to the U.S.S. Kidd site in Baton Rouge to see how low the water levels are. → Read More

Veterans Day celebrations at National World War II Museum

The National World War II Museum commemorated Veteran’s Day today with a special ceremony to honor those who so valiantly served our country. → Read More

Affordable housing progress in New Orleans East at ‘Highrise Nola’ apartments

“I’m a college student, I go to Xavier, so it is convenient and affordable,” Washington said. → Read More

Election Upset: 23-year-old elected Mayor of City of Bogalusa in Louisiana

Tyrin Truong is just 23 years old, but he says age is just a number. When it comes to strong leadership, his fresh perspective will benefit Bogalusa. → Read More

Several polling places in New Orleans have changed for Election Day

New Orleans Clerk of Court Darren Lombard wants to make sure that voters are aware of changes made to several voting locations. → Read More

“Hakuna Matata” Disney’s The Lion King is roaring in song at the Saenger Theatre

Many choose to favor the hero in plays and movies, but the villains have their own side of the story. Meet the people who play Scar and Shenzi. → Read More