Lifelong New Orleanian Kim Holden is co-Anchor of FOX 8 News at 5pm and 10pm. Kim joined the WVUE staff in March, 1989 as a part-time Production Assistant and worked her way up through the ranks on an unusual career path. It took her from Producer to Reporter and Weekend Anchor, and eventually into management.
When a police officer loses their life in Louisiana, fellow officers pay tribute, usually at an annual memorial. But, one Jefferson Parish deputy decided to take it a step further, putting a photo of the fallen officer on the side windows of an old patrol unit car.
A Slidell woman is on a mission to help young mothers and elderly people in our area who struggle to afford diapers. Robin Grigsby started Holy Diapers two years ago and has helped countless people in need.
Many of us want to look and feel younger, but either we don’t need or aren’t ready for plastic surgery. Now there’s a new procedure, done right in the doctors office, that can reset the aging process and remodel facial fat.
Over 70 million people worldwide live with various forms of Dysautonomia. But for most patients, it takes years to get to the diagnosis. They see numerous doctors before someone finally puts the pieces of the puzzle together.
The "best by" date on milk cartons or meat or any other food product usually means it's no longer good to consume after that date. But what about expiration dates on medication? Are they still effective and safe to take? It's a dilemma many people face.
Louisiana students may begin wearing bulletproof backpacks to school soon. The state Legislature recently approved the idea, and several companies are already selling armored book bags for kids. FOX 8 decided to put them to the test at a local gun range.
Imagine your child graduates from high school and then finds out their diploma wasn't worth the paper it was printed on. More than a half dozen local families say it happened to them at a Christian academy. Now they want to know why the administrator hasn't been criminally charged yet.