Jade Cunningham, WWL-TV

Jade Cunningham


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Jade:

A peek inside the new Louisiana Children's Museum

Doors open Saturday, but Eyewitness News was able to get inside and see what it's like. → Read More

Urban coyote sightings becoming common in New Orleans

It's a concerning issue we've reported on more and more recently → Read More

New Orleans testing parking meter cameras that automatically issue tickets

The cameras could give you a ticket without an enforcement officer being there → Read More

Capital One data breach: What to do if your information was exposed

Data breaches are common, so whether you were impacted by this one or not, there are things everyone should do now to be better protected. → Read More

Neighbors create community garden in sinkhole in Uptown New Orleans

Jokes aside though, for some, it's not all watermelons and corn on the cob. They say it highlights the bigger issue of bumpy, pothole-ridden streets in New Orleans. → Read More

Short-term rentals could be causing big property tax increases in New Orleans

"It's incredibly disturbing what's happening in Treme." → Read More

People find humor after gallons of Molasses spill in downtown New Orleans

By Tuesday afternoon, the mess was gone. However, that didn't stop people from getting a good laugh in about this not-so-sweet situation. → Read More

'Thank God I'm here:' Slidell driver miraculously uninjured after massive tree falls on his truck

One lucky driver was seconds away from certain death but walked away OK. Still, his truck was the family's only mode of transportation. → Read More

People ready to take another bite of their favorite Hubig's Pie

Celebrations could be heard all across the area after it was shared the company was making a step to come back → Read More

How safe is FaceApp? What you need to know about the trendy app

What are you signing up for when you download the app? → Read More

Verify Meth-gators, are they a real thing?

NEW ORLEANS — A Facebook post from a Tennessee Police Department has people all over talking. The Loretto Police Department posted a picture that included a reference to 'meth-gators.' So, is that a real thing? It sounds pretty crazy, however the post says officers were searching a man's home, when they caught him trying to flush methamphetamine and other items down the toilet. So they wanted to… → Read More

Social media reacts to national news coverage of Barry

The City of New Orleans even responding on Twitter, writing: "Your headline is not factual and there are multiple inaccuracies in this reporting" to one outlet. → Read More

Husband finds creative way to save parking spot for wife in New Orleans

It's how one man is trying to save the parking spot that's getting people's attention → Read More

12-year-old arrested after police say he shot mother in head

'It's just a rough, rough piece of news to take in.' → Read More

Algae Bloom advisory spreads to river near Bay St. Louis

With 4th of July festivities in full-swing, there's frustration over an algae bloom that continues to grow → Read More

St. Bernard Parish fishermen say they've been devastated by spillway openings

"I just want people to realize how important our fishing industry is, not just to this parish but to this state." → Read More

Gator in Bayou St. John spurs concern, interest

The gator was spotted in a cellphone video. Some people have expressed concerns, but others are more curious and intrigued. → Read More

'You were underserved and misled:' OPSB Superintendent apologizes to JFK students

"You should be celebrating your senior graduation this month, but instead you have been forced to question the certainty of your future," the Superintendent said. → Read More

Negotiations stall over St. Bernard Parish pumps

It's a complicated subject with a lot of different parts, but it's something officials say people care about → Read More

Community sparks owner's determination to rebuild diner after fire

Liz's Where Y'at Diner has been a northshore staple for almost a decade → Read More