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 community health center working to vaccinate as many people as possible against COVID-19

  After another carjacking, security expert urges vigilance

  Carjackings up 140% in New Orleans compared to same time last year, according to calls for service

  Diocese of Buffalo will release church documents in its bankruptcy case

  Alleged church sex abuse victim says George Brignac raped him in 1977

  Alleged church sex abuse survivors say they feel betrayed by joint Archdiocese and SNAP New Orleans statement

  COVID-19 positivity rates soar in Louisiana

  Home sales and renovations up during the pandemic

  New Orleans mother of 6 still dealing with complications following COVID-19 infection

  New Orleans doctors learning more about complications associated with Covid-19 infection

  Attorneys for alleged church sex abuse victim ask court to unseal deposition of accused priest

  Second Harvest Food Bank says food insecurity in Louisiana is beyond urgent

  Louisiana taxpayers might not have to pay $1.3 billion in loan interest for New Orleans levee system

  Kenner Mayor expresses concern about city’s financial outlook

Woman robbed at gunpoint while unloading groceries in Uptown neighborhood

  Recent crime victim has warning for others in New Orleans

  First doses of Covid-19 vaccine expected in Louisiana next week

  Local pharmacies prepare to administer COVID-19 vaccine once it’s available

  TODAY: Orleans Parish District Attorney’s race to be decided in runoff election

  Louisiana Covid-19 surge impacting hospitals

  Health officials say tracking COVID-19 vaccine doses could be logistical challenge

El gobernador espera que alrededor de 80.000 dosis de la nueva vacuna COVID-19 lleguen a Louisiana en las próximas semanas

Governor expects around 80,000 doses of new COVID-19 vaccine to arrive in Louisiana in coming weeks

  Crime watchdog says Orleans court system faces a backlog similar to what the city faced following Katrina

  Widow and son of local attorney, who died 6 years after being shot, reach out to young crime victim and her mother

  Tulane students team up with nonprofit to create virtual art projects for children

  Stricter COVID-19 guidelines go into effect in Louisiana as cases surge

  Armstrong International seeing an increase in travel this holiday week

  Flu activity low in Louisiana during the ongoing pandemic

City says Covid-19 test results taking longer than normal due to increased demand