Katie Moore, WWL-TV

Katie Moore

WWL-TV

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent:
  • WWL-TV
Past:
  • Baton Rouge Advocate
  • New Orleans Advocate

Recent articles by Katie:

U.S. Energy Secretary anticipates oil and gas rebound, says more oil headed to strategic reserves in Louisiana

"We've now contracted to store an additional 23 million barrels in Louisiana. " → Read More

Alleged sex abuse victim sues former St Tammany Sheriff Jack Strain

Mark Finn alleges the sexual abuse began when he was 6-years-old and Strain a teenager. → Read More

'Suffering in Silence:' How loved ones of nursing home residents dealt with isolation and loss

Part Five of WWL-TV's investigative series "Standard of Care," takes an in-depth look at COVID-19's impact on nursing home residents and their family members. → Read More

Healthcare workers at Kenner adult care facility say more should have been done to protect patients

This is Part Three of WWL-TV's investigative series "Standard of Care," an in-depth look at COVID-19's impact on Louisiana's nursing homes. → Read More

Small Kenner adult care facility had big problems with coronavirus, workers allege

This is Part Three of WWL-TV's investigative series "Standard of Care," an in-depth look at COVID-19's impact on Louisiana's nursing homes. → Read More

A third of Louisiana's COVID-19 deaths are in nursing homes, could they have been prevented?

This is Part One of WWL-TV's investigative series "Standard of Care," an in-depth look at COVID-19's impact on Louisiana's nursing homes. → Read More

Vice President Mike Pence: Louisiana should be proud of coronavirus response

He singled out New Orleans, where the Louisiana outbreak was first confirmed, as a model of social distancing. → Read More

A tiny fraction of La.'s COVID cases are kids

Are your child's sniffles a cold? Allergies? or could it be coronavirus? If it is, it's unlikely to do much harm to them, but they could pass it on. → Read More

Hundreds wait hours for food distribution in Metro area

Second Harvest Food Bank is evaluating the move to more community-centered distribution sites → Read More

IRS sends stimulus check to St. John man who died in 2018

A St. John the Baptist Parish man died a year and a half ago, but he received a stimulus payment before both of his living children → Read More

Farms open pop-up produce markets across New Orleans metro area

The farm uses social media to tell people where they’re going to be and when so that people can make a touch-free outing to get stocked up for a week or more. → Read More

Tulane primate research facility works on coronavirus vaccine

"It's a little early for me to divulge some of what we're seeing," Dr. Bohm said. "We were looking today at some of the clinical data, and it does look promising." → Read More

'Don't let me be one of those people who has to die alone in a room'

St. John woman recounts her battle with coronavirus and having to Facetime her own 8-year-old son from another room in their home. → Read More

China's coronavirus measures likely won't work for the U.S. Here's why

China is very different from the U.S. The country is able to tightly control physical and digital access to places. → Read More

Nurses dealing with COVID-19 concerned about lack of protective gear

One person told WWLTV's Katie Moore they witnessed a manager "discouraging staff from wearing PPE since we've all probably had (COVID-19) anyway." → Read More

Emails sent by a federal agent to Nanette Krentel's sister: What did they say about the investigation?

Kim Watson received her first email from justicenanette@yahoo.com on December 29, 2017. → Read More

Agent arrested after criticizing St Tammany Sheriff in Nanette Krentel investigation sues for violations of his civil rights

Jerry Rogers, an agent with the Office of Inspector General for the HUD, said he was taken from his home in handcuffs and booked into the St Tammany Parish Jail. → Read More

JP middle schools top the list for most violent incidents reported in Louisiana

Seven Jefferson Parish middle schools ranked in the top ten Louisiana schools reporting the most incidents of violence. → Read More

How safe is your school? New data breaks down violence in Louisiana schools

The state requires all public and charter schools to track incidents involving their students including fights, violent crimes, drugs, tobacco use and weapons. → Read More

AG declines to prosecute federal agent arrested by STPSO for an email written to Nanette Krentel's family

Jerry Rogers was arrested and booked on a criminal defamation charge. Louisiana's Criminal Defamation statute has been held unconstitutional by several courts. → Read More