Duke Carter, WWL-TV

Duke Carter


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Duke:

St. Aug offering crawfish boil to go this year

This is the 30th year and normally it would be all you can eat, but because of COVID-19 it's different this year. → Read More

Crowds at outdoor seafood market are good, but restaurants still struggling

At least one vendor believes a concern over a meat shortage could be driving people to seafood, but getting people to eat inside a restaurant has proven tougher. → Read More

'You're not alone': Northshore group plans run for Mental Health Awareness Month

"You're not the only person struggling. We want to break the stigma. There's nothing wrong with asking for help. It's OK," Paulin said. → Read More

Facemasks required to ride streetcars, buses: New Orleans officials

"You never know who has it. You could have it. I could have it — you never know," Ed Scott who took the bus said. → Read More

Easter shoppers practice social distancing, celebrating with fewer people

“We‘ve sold out of everything — crawfish and crabs. Everybody’s doing small gatherings, and adhering to the social distancing,” business owner Lindsey Manthey said. → Read More

French Quarter workers, tourists look forward to life getting back to normal

'There are no people walking down the street drinking, having fun screaming' → Read More

Friends, family honor Mid-City business owner

Friends at the Pizza Fest planned in Rand's honor said Owens was funny and had an outgoing personality. → Read More

Family members tell the court about the two deputies killed in 2012

Family members of deputies Brandon Nielsen and Jeremy Triche spoke about losing their loved ones. → Read More

Crowds, Carnival can be contagious; protect yourself from flu, doctor says

The best thing to do, doctors said, is to practice good hygiene. People should wash their hands and cough or sneeze into their arms. → Read More

Family and fans mourn 5th Ward Weebie

"I Really Want You" and "Let Me Find Out" were some of his family's favorite songs. → Read More

Nunez college offering drone certification course in Chalmette

"We're living in the future, it's a pretty cool idea to be providing a service that depends on drones and getting that out there." → Read More

Algiers Point businesses facing hard times with no ferry service

"Should I close? Should I drastically reduce my hours? Should I get another job?" → Read More

Hard Rock Hotel construction worker who spoke about unsafe conditions faces deportation

A spokesperson with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said the worker's deportation has nothing to do with the Hard Rock Hotel collapse investigation. → Read More

Proposed 2020 budget adds millions for New Orleans police, fire

Major departments like police and fire would see an increase in funding for 2020 if the council adopts the $722 million budget. → Read More

Bodycam video of NOPD shootout with burglars to be released today

The video is expected to show officers exchanging gunfire with alleged burglars around 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 28 at a home in the 1000 block of Deslonde Street. → Read More

Sally-Ann Roberts: Nancy Parker 'lived her life in service to others'

Former WWL-TV anchor, who has also experienced personal loss, offers advice to plane crash victims' families → Read More

'I have a check, I just don't have affordable housing'

"The rent is high...$1600, $1700 a month, that is too high," one man said. → Read More

Louisiana bill would raise smoking age to 21

Smoking, the nation's leading cause of preventable disease, is responsible for more than 480,000 deaths each year. → Read More

'All about family;' New Orleans celebrates Easter Sunday

"It's a blue cast, I had it done pink just for today," one woman with a leg cast said. → Read More

After appeal, students still banned from graduation for water gun fight

"After careful consideration of this matter and based on a review of the entire record, we have decided to deny your request," the letter said. → Read More