Jordan Lippincott, WGNO

Jordan Lippincott


Lafayette, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Jordan:

Four Seasons New Orleans delivers Thanksgiving meals to NOPD

eing a first responder can be a thankless job, but a New Orleans hotel is making sure police officers in the French Quarter are feeling appreciated this Thanksgiving. → Read More

Airport travel inching closer to pre-pandemic numbers

The staff at Louis Armstrong International Airport expect Sunday to be the busiest travel day with an estimated 24,000 passengers. → Read More

St. Tammany deputies participate in active shooter drill

Although there were no students at Mayfield Elementary School in Slidell on Tuesday, the scenario was as realistic as possible with armed deputies running toward the faux threat. → Read More

49th Annual Bayou Classic starts Friday

Louisiana leaders gathered at the Superdome Monday morning, the same place the Southern Jaguars and Grambling Tigers will square off in the 49th Annual Bayou Classic. → Read More

Organization helping veterans with endurance racing

An organization dedicated to helping veterans is fulfilling their need for speed. → Read More

Billboards go up for conflict resolution hotline

A New Orleans group is making a new effort to combat crime in the city. → Read More

Organizers of mayoral recall efforts allege retaliation

Supporters of the effort to recall Mayor LaToya Cantrell are updating the public on where they are in terms of an actual recall and an issue they say they’re facing amid their efforts. → Read More

Council hears from Office of Youth & Families amid budget hearings

As hearings continue for Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s proposed 2023 budget, council members are hearing from several departments within the mayor’s office, including the Office of Youth and Families. → Read More

Return of Jean Lafitte Seafood Festival celebrates recovery and local seafood

In Jefferson Parish, an area pummeled by Hurricane Ida is celebrating its recovery and the state’s seafood industry. → Read More

Gov. Edwards talks plans after term of office

On the heels of the midterm elections, Governor John Bel Edwards is talking about what the future of Louisiana will look like and what his future looks like. → Read More

Jefferson Parish voter turnout expected to be about 40%

By Tuesday afternoon, Jefferson Parish Clerk of Court Gegenheimer believed a little less than half of the 275,000 registered voters headed to the polls. → Read More

Highest-ever Powerball sparks influx of players

No one has matched the six winning numbers in 40 straight drawings for what now will be the largest Powerball jackpot ever. → Read More

Man left paralyzed from armed robbery seeking justice

A mother and son are calling on the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office to move a juvenile offender to adult court. → Read More

Louisiana Shrimp Association demanding federal help over imported shrimp

The Louisiana Shrimp Association is sounding the alarm on what they say is a growing problem. → Read More

Gov. Edwards visits New Orleans to discuss criminal justice reform

Governor John Bel Edwards is counting the successes and seeking improvement in Louisiana’s criminal justice reform package. → Read More

Fisher cheerleaders hoping to raise money for new equipment

The Fisher Middle High cheerleaders took their skills near the Superdome Sunday in hopes to raise money for their squad. → Read More

Public works hoping to tackle New Orleans light outages

A new plan from the New Orleans Public Works Department should bring more light to the French Quarter. → Read More

Mid-City neighbors detain home invasion suspect

A home invasion suspect is under arrest, thanks to the swift action of some Mid-City neighbors. → Read More

Lakeview native reacts to car stolen with baby inside

The baby is okay and is with their parents after the car was recovered about a mile away from where it was stolen. → Read More

Public input needed in St. Tammany drainage plan

If you live in St. Tammany Parish and have concerns about drainage, parish leaders want to hear from you. → Read More