Casey Ferrand, wdsu

Casey Ferrand


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Casey:

New York Stock Exchange will honor its first African-American seat holder

As the President and CEO of Liberty Bank and Trust, Alden McDonald has made it his mission to seek opportunities to change the world and improve the lives of everyday people. → Read More

Parents weigh decision of vaccinating their children, mom signs up triplets for vaccine trial

Children as young as six months old are able to participate in COVID-19 vaccine trials as drug companies are beginning to expand trials to test the safety and proper dosage for younger children. → Read More

Continuing the Legacy: The Glapion Family

The Glapion family has a lineage they have traced back to the 1800s. → Read More

Second Harvest thankful for Biden administration expanding food assistance to families struggling during pandemic

Second Harvest said it is thankful for President Joe Biden's administration for expanding food assistance to families struggling during pandemic → Read More

SOUL leads initiative to plant 700 trees in Ponchartrain Park

The nonprofit organization Sustaining Our Urban Landscape (SOUL) launched its Reforesting Pontchartrain Park campaign Friday. Their initiative is to plant 700 native trees in historic Pontchartrain Park — one in front of every home. → Read More

Entrepreneurs working to help small businesses survive pandemic

COVID-19 has crippled local and small businesses, so a group of entrepreneurs are stepping up to help by hosting an event called The Follow Up NOLA. → Read More

Updated COVID guidelines expected to impact businesses in coming days

As COVID case numbers are on the rise in statewide and in New Orleans, more restrictive guidelines could be coming this week impacting businesses already struggling to stay open. → Read More

Businesses pivoting during the pandemic, leads to new business venture for New Orleans hairstylist

Various industry professionals have been forced to pivot during the pandemic, and the same is true for hair stylists and barbers. → Read More

City of New Orleans holds flu-shot distribution to practice for COVID-19 mass vaccination events next year

Public health officials said they are worried flu season could put more strain on hospitals and health care resources during the pandemic. → Read More

Ochsner Health System could receive COVID-19 vaccines as early as next week

Ochsner Health System leaders said with the number of COVID-19 patients increasing, the good news is that the vaccine is heading their way as early as Monday. → Read More

USPS responds after reports of stolen mail throughout New Orleans

Many New Orleans residents are frustrated after reporting that their mail was being stolen. → Read More

NOLA-PS addressing COVID-19 cases

The New Orleans Public School System is addressing the rise in coronavirus cases in New Orleans. → Read More

Harvey family loses house to fire after power restored following Hurricane Zeta

Imagine waiting days for power to be restored to your home after Hurricane Zeta and then, when power does come back, you get a call that your house is on fire. → Read More

Colder weather could mean rise in COVID-19 cases

As cities and states begin relaxing restrictions, an average of 53,124 COVID-19 cases are being reported per day nationally. → Read More

Lake Charles evacuees worry ahead of Hurricane Delta landfall

It was a sleepless night for Lake Charles evacuees as they stayed up worrying about Hurricane Delta's landfall. → Read More

Jefferson Parish President urges compliance after photos show packed, unmasked bar patrons in Metairie

Jefferson Parish leaders say they are addressing what appears to be violations of COVID-19 safety precautions at a Metairie bar after images on social media circulated over the weekend. → Read More

Jefferson Parish council to hold special meeting on bar reopenings

In Jefferson Parish, the parish council will hold a special meeting Monday to discuss getting more bars back up and running under current Phase Three reopening restrictions. → Read More

JP leaders hold groundbreaking ceremony for firestation

Jefferson Parish leaders held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new fire station in the parish on Thursday. → Read More

Slidell subdivision dealing with smelly water, pressure issues

Foul-smelling water has been plaguing a Slidell neighborhood for more than a week now. → Read More

New Orleans restaurant reopens after 6-month closure with celebratory free tacos

Wakin Bakin Uptown reopened with an updated look and floor plan to make their restaurant more accessible with mandated guidelines for safety measures during the pandemic. → Read More