Danny Monteverde, WWL-TV

Danny Monteverde

WWL-TV

New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent:
  • WWL-TV
Past:
  • KLFY NEWS 10
  • KVUE News
  • Baton Rouge Advocate
  • USA TODAY
  • NBC Charlotte
  • WLTX
  • KHOU
  • ksdk.com

Recent articles by Danny:

Hazard pay sought for RTA bus drivers

The RTA estimates that 75 to 80 percent of riders are wearing masks. → Read More

Hard Rock crane cut away as demolition work continues

The ultimate goal is to get out two bodies of workers still buried in the rubble. → Read More

State trooper killed in chase will save lives through organ donation

A caravan of State Police cars escorted Baker’s flag-draped casket away from the hospital. He’s gone. But it’s not the end for Baker. → Read More

St. John Parish honors seniors of 4 high schools with graduation parade

Seniors from St. Charles Catholic, Riverside, West St. John and East St. John all pulled up in cars, out of cars and even on top of cars for one reason. → Read More

Gamblers racing back to Louisiana casinos

The decision to limit occupancy to 25 percent but open 50 percent of games was a late change to Gov. Edwards' Phase One plan. → Read More

Hard Rock Demolition: First of three neighboring buildings comes down

The work was supposed to begin Thursday but rain delayed it. → Read More

Hard Rock demolition plans delayed by weather

A spokesman for 1031 Canal Development, the Hard Rock’s owner, said demolition work will begin Friday if the weather clears up. → Read More

Some places are safer than others while coronavirus remains a threat, doctor says

Grocery stores or malls might be safer than an office or a restaurant. → Read More

Sanitation workers say they were fired for protests over pay and protective equipment

Workers, who said they were fired earlier in the week after voicing concerns, are also asking for broken trucks to be fixed and an increased hourly rate of $15. → Read More

Scientists following microscopic clues to see where coronavirus came from, where it's going

Just like we all have unique fingerprints, each coronavirus has minor mutations that make it unique. → Read More

Street near Bayou St. John closes to cars for two weeks

"We want to be very clear that this particular initiative ... is part of the city's COVID-19 response," an official said. → Read More

City Hall working to fill COVID-19 fueled budget hole

The city has already cut some services, such as nighttime garbage collection in the French Quarter, to save money. → Read More

Archdiocese has clear message in bankruptcy hearing: 'We need to continue on'

The archdiocese has said it has no plans to close any schools or churches → Read More

MSY Airport nearly empty as COVID-19 kills travel around the world

“The nation’s down 95, 97 percent, we’re right there as well." → Read More

Despite political differences, Gov. Edwards and President Trump work well together

"(Edwards) realizes that he needs the president to be sympathetic to the needs of his state,” DuBos said. → Read More

As Hard Rock demolition plans inch forward, preservationists worry about historic buildings nearby

Plans call for demolishing three other buildings in the shadow of the hotel to create that space. Two of those buildings have been on Canal since the early 1900s → Read More

'We're not going to be able to bring everybody back'

The owner of Katie's anticipates several changes after coronavirus - one will be the number of tables cut at least in half. → Read More

This year Jazz Festing is a state of mind

Fans try to keep the mood with music from the radio and food from favored vendors. → Read More

New, but hardly normal - former Zulu King's funeral done at a distance

“This would've been one of the biggest funerals in the history of the organization had it not been for this pandemic.” → Read More

'He saved us,' woman says officer who was shot in New Orleans East is hero

The woman said she was praying for the wounded officer, who she called a hero. → Read More