Kimberly Curth

Kimberly Curth

It has been Kimberly's life-long dream to be a reporter in New Orleans. Before arriving at Fox 8, Kimberly worked as an investigative reporter for WSMV-TV in Nashville, Tennessee. She is an Emmy award -winning investigative reporter. Her investigations have made a difference in Nashville and beyond.


Recent Articles by Kimberly

  New Orleans doctors say hospital capacity no where near where it was in the Spring

  Alleged church sex abuse victim asks federal court to make Archdiocese documents public

  Plaintiff in church sex abuse lawsuit files motion asking federal bankruptcy court to remand case back to state court

  Vicar of Finance says Archdiocese of New Orleans is solvent during May creditors meeting

  Attorneys for alleged church sex abuse victims file motion to dismiss Archdiocese of New Orleans bankruptcy case

  Jefferson Parish leaders respond to recent surge in Covid-19 cases

  State superintendent outlines safety guideline for reopening schools amid coronavirus pandemic

  Latest New Orleans Covid-19 report shows fewer cases

  Louisiana health officials concerned about rise in Covid-19 cases

  Health officials facing obstacles getting information with contact tracing

  New Orleans restaurants will be able to expand capacity to 50% as city enters Phase 2 Saturday

  Some Magazine Street businesses closing, owners say due to Covid-19 economic impact

  NOPD Chief thanks citizens for peaceful protests

  City leaders praise New Orleanians for protesting peacefully

  New Orleans says it may lag behind the State when entering into Phase 2

New Orleans stresses data, not dates, will dictate when Phase 2 begins

  COVID-19 pandemic may lead to changes in the French Quarter

  Civil Service Commission denies essential workers request for emergency pay during pandemic

  Mother holds newborn for first time after spending 72 days hospitalized with Covid-19

  Line wraps around OMV on Veterans

  New Orleans officials say COVID-19 disproportionately affecting Hispanic and Latino community

  Bogalusa Police estimate as many as 800 people in attendance of event where mass shooting happened

  St. Charles Parish declares state of emergency after reports of more than 200 flooded homes

  Some New Orleans restaurants prepare to reopen as part of phase one, others will remain closed for now

  New Orleans pediatricians now seeing rare illness in children believed to be linked to COVID-19 infection

  Attorneys for alleged victims of church sex abuse respond to Archdiocese of New Orleans bankruptcy filing

  Respiratory therapist says he’s never seen anything like COVID-19 in his nearly 30 year career

  Some health providers now offering COVID-19 antibody testing

  Jefferson Parish will allow restaurant patio seating with no table service

  Two local food distribution sites suspend operations