Nicondra Norwood, FOX 8 New Orleans

Nicondra Norwood

FOX 8 New Orleans

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Nicondra:

Nicondra: Another hot day, but relief on the way

A few heavy down pours could cause some localized street flooding this afternoon. A welcomed break is expected as a front moves in Thursday allowing much drier air to settle in for the next several days. → Read More

The COVID-19 crisis continues to threaten businesses

Many businesses that were already short on employees are now forced to close when workers test positive for Covid-19 presenting another to surviving the pandemic. → Read More

Covid infections rise in St. Tammany

The Northshore Parishes account for nearly a quarter of Louisiana’s massive number of new Covid infections. St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper announced Wednesday’s report of 201 new infections, the highest since January. → Read More

NHC leaders improving forecasts as we start hurricane season 2021

Models are improving each year and some major upgrades should show up in this season’s forecast. → Read More

Hurricane season is coming fast, now is the time to prepare

It’s just about that time already. “National Hurricane Preparedness Week” runs from May 9 through the 15. → Read More

Workers continue to fight for help 11 years after Deepwater Horizon Disaster

Tuesday, April 20, 2021 marks eleven years since the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico killing eleven workers and starting the largest oil spill in Gulf history. → Read More

One dead after Westroads Mall shooting; Omaha Police still looking for suspects

Omaha police and other agencies are looking for two suspects after two people were injured in a shooting at a local mall. → Read More

Nicondra: Rain stays away one more day

After a very nice start we will continue to see more moisture stream into the area on Monday. That will make it feel a bit more muggy and set the foundation for showers and storms to move in as we head into the rest of the week. → Read More

Latinx community battles misinformation and language barriers in vaccine effort

Reaching herd immunity from Covid-19 will take a large percentage of all Louisianians getting vaccinated. → Read More

Tax preparer allegedly pulls gun on clients who had complaints about filings

The suspect was arrested and faces charges of aggravated robbery and aggravated assault. → Read More

Dog kept stealing unicorn toy from store, so animal control bought it for him

After the stray dog's story spread online, a new family decided to adopt him. → Read More

‘A whirlwind’: Parents shocked when twins born 5 days apart in different months

The twins are slowly putting on weight in the NICU. Their discharge date has not yet been set. → Read More

Flood threat prompts preventative action

Jefferson Parish Emergency Management Director Joseph Valiente says the parish is prepared. → Read More

Paycheck Protection Program deadline approaches

The Biden administration set a 14-day window for businesses with less than 20 employees. → Read More

A Flooded Hsistory

Many are familiar with the rushing waters protecting land downstream, but the land that we stand on right now holds a hidden history. → Read More

Energy companies blasted for performance during winter storm

The recent extreme winter weather could mean more storm cost added to power bills, but the Public Service Commission said in their February 24th, 2020 meeting that energy providers should pick up more of the cost. → Read More

Pregnant nurse practitioner says benefits of COVID-19 vaccine outweighed risks

More than 20,000 pregnant women have taken the COVID-19 vaccine since it became available in December with no reported problems. → Read More

Nicondra: A pipe busting freeze expected for Mardi Gras

It’s cold and dreary on the north side of an Arctic cold front that pushed past us at the end of the week, but with several waves of energy circulating around the base of the deep trough allowing the cold air to surge south conditions will continue to deteriorate over the next several days. → Read More

A local former inmate turned advocate gets a real chance at a Second Life

January 20, 2021 was historic for many, but the day was life changing for Syrita Steib. → Read More

Local woman continues grandparents legacy as Holocaust survivors

A local woman is committed to keeping those stories alive to prevent similar horrors from being repeated. → Read More