Juliana Mazza, wdsu

Juliana Mazza


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Juliana:

A graduation miracle for teen shot on Mardi Gras 2018

Now 18-year-old Sam Butler has been fighting for more than a year to earn his high school diploma, after he was shot in the head along the parade route. → Read More

Real women tell their stories involving abortion, or the lack of

Meanwhile, it looks very likely that Louisiana will ultimately pass the heartbeat bill, as the house is set to vote on the measure in the coming weeks. → Read More

Another day, another round of car break ins

Monday in broad daylight a New Orleans East woman says she had her car broken into and burglarized. However, it's what the thieves left behind that's bringing victims together. → Read More

Dispute between teenagers led to shootings in St. Rose, sheriff says

The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating two related shootings in the St. Rose Area that left four people wounded. → Read More

Four people shot in two related shootings in St. Rose

The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating two related shootings in the St. Rose Area that left four people wounded. → Read More

Fire breaks out at La Meridian Hotel in downtown New Orleans

Our WDSU News crew saw several hotel guests outside the building who said it had been evacuated this evening. → Read More

Freight train derails in Mississippi during flash flooding

More than 20 cars derailed and were scattered around the washed-out tracks near the town of Hillsdale. → Read More

Harahan Fire Dept. looks to triple budget by charging residents $40 mo.

The ordinance, which was proposed by City Councilman Jason Asbill, calls for residents to pay a $40 monthly fee and businesses a $60 monthly fee on their bi-monthly water bill. That would mean an extra $80 or $120 per bill, respectively. → Read More

Tangipahoa teachers, superintendent clash over school fight policies

Dozens of teachers wore red in solidarity at the first school board meeting since the terminations. They said the firings have led to potentially unsafe school environments. → Read More

Gentilly residents fed up after another rash of car break-ins

Up to 32 cars were reportedly burglarized by the same juveniles from Gentilly to Uptown, theft victim says. → Read More

ReNEW McNair campus closing, parents say they received no notice

Some parents not happy after finding out that ReNEW Charter School's McNair campus is closing at the end of the year, one day before the New Orleans OneApp results come out. → Read More

Residents speak out against 4-story housing complex proposed for the Bywater

It was a packed house Monday night at Holy Angels concert hall as Bywater residents spoke out against a proposed four-story mixed-income housing complex off 4100 Royal St. → Read More

Woman hurt when Metairie man tries to run over interracial couple, police say

A Metairie man faces a hate crime charge after he allegedly tried to run-over an interracial couple. → Read More

From the North to South Shores, how crews plan to keep you safe Thursday

Tonight WDSU's Juliana Mazza takes you from the North to South Shores as severe weather storm preparations are underway. → Read More

The power of kindness: 2 men team up to help elderly woman robbed in Algiers

Two men are stepping up to help an 80-year-old Algiers women who was robbed, had her car stolen and later severely damaged in the crash. Plus, details on how you can help. → Read More

New Orleans knew it could make millions before passing school zone speed changes

Many New Orleanians would agree that it's important to enforce school zone speed limits in order to keep children safe. But we now know before the city changed its ticketing threshold, they knew they'd stand to make millions. → Read More

Man shot outside of preschool in New Orleans East

A man driving in New Orleans East was shot several times while outside of a preschool and the suspects are still on the run. → Read More

AT&T outage leaves elderly in Gentilly without landlines, residents say

To many of us who use cell phones, a landline may sound ancient. However, an AT&T outage in Gentilly meant the elderly and disabled, who said they rely on a landline, didn't have the ability to call for help if they needed it. → Read More

Injured JP firefighter on the road to recovery

An emotional reunion Monday night for Jefferson Parish Firefighter Danny Ziegler and his fellow firefighters. → Read More

One man rescued, child taken to hospital after 3-alarm fire in Uptown

The New Orleans Fire Department is on scene of a fire in Uptown. → Read More