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:

If you thought moving was hard, try moving an entire airport

The new MSY terminal is set to open on Wednesday, but there’s a lot to do between now and then. → Read More

Foot traffic has never been slower on Rampart Street

Businesses have seen fewer customers and some RTA passengers have nearly two-hour commutes to get around the site of the Hard Rock Hotel collapse. → Read More

Costs at the Hard Rock Hotel collapse site are growing daily

“Right now, we are working with a little bit over a $5 million surplus ... We are nowhere near blowing the 2019 budget." → Read More

Jefferson Parish officials have questions after homeless NYC family relocated to Metairie

“If they have no connection or a very limited connection here, then it is outrageous. It would be what homelessness experts have long called ‘Greyhound Therapy." → Read More

Mayor demands full demolition of Hard Rock collapse site

Cantrell has said the city is spending upwards of $400,000 a day on the clean-up efforts. → Read More

What to expect after Hard Rock crane demolition

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell was clear about what the mission is, going forward. → Read More

Hard Rock Hotel collapse 911 call

The search and rescue crews have one goal right now: getting out one person they know has died and trying to save another they hope is alive. → Read More

Why did the Hard Rock Hotel collapse? Engineers investigate

Engineers watch videos of the collapse and get in to the details of what happen. → Read More

Times-Picayune clock tower comes crashing down after sundown

It was the last — and most visible — part of the old newspaper plant. → Read More

S&WB fires contract employee after racially-charged photo is posted to Facebook

Image showed bananas in cage that were reportedly left for black workers by a white worker → Read More

New Dixie Brewery in New Orleans East prepares to open its doors

Many New Orleanians remember the giant building on the Industrial Canal near the High Rise as the MacFrugal’s warehouse, which burned in a massive fire. → Read More

Woman told getaway driver to 'run over' officer before shots fired, according to court records

An off-duty parole officer, who was working security at the store, ran in front of the car and ordered everyone out. They didn't comply. → Read More

NOPD issues warrant for information from Seth Dunlap’s cellphone

New Orleans police on Thursday obtained a search warrant seeking information from WWL Radio host Seth Dunlap’s cellphone. → Read More

'They're going to struggle:' Frustration, worry after Steel Bayou mill closes

“I like my job,” he said while waiting in line for unemployment help. “But we don’t even know if we’re getting a paycheck Thursday.” → Read More

'I've never seen anything like this:' Orleans public defenders ask to be moved off rape case

What should have been an otherwise routine sentencing last week took a bizarre twist after the judge asked public defenders where they found a victim. → Read More

Investigating cybercrimes has never been easier, experts say

"I don't think most people are aware of their digital footprint and how clear it is,” one expert said. → Read More

Rolling millages forward or back

The idea behind the wonky process of millage roll backs is if property assessments go up, the amount local government taxes you is rolled back so you don't pay more. → Read More

City wants to re-examine property tax exemptions for non-profits

Local universities, Carnival krewes and the seminary might not seem to have a lot in common. The thread that binds them, however, is their status as non-profits. → Read More

Water bill shock: 'You can't tell me two people use 57,000 gallons'

Almost 19,000 Jefferson Parish water customers -- most in Kenner -- had their June water usage estimated. → Read More

Trapped: 5 from New Orleans area stuck in hotel with rising Imelda flooding

Hullender, who was staying on the fourth floor, originally saw few inches covering the floor. But the water continued to rise. → Read More