Liz Reyes is an award winning anchor and reporter. She anchors the weekday Fox 8 Noon News and the 4pm Evening weekday Newscasts. Prior to that she anchored Fox 8 Morning Edition. She has called New Orleans home for 19 years and considers herself part of the complex "gumbo mix" of this great city.
The families of 33-year-year old Jefferson Parish pre-school teacher Jacqueliyn Williams and her boyfriend, 26-year-old Thaddeus Jackson are still desperate for answers over a year after they were killed.
Young people obsessed with their smart phones and other hi-tech devices are a sign of the times across the country. When asked, some local kids admit they are hooked on their phones and social media apps.
Just days after New Orleans lifted its boil water advisory, New Orleanians await news on what the Sewerage and Water Board plans to do to maintain a steady power supply in order to avoid future similar advisories.
At any moment when you get behind the wheel of a vehicle, just one collision alone can drastically alter your life. It happened to one North Shore mother who is also a St Tammany Parish Sheriff's deputy.
NOPD Detective Charlie Hoffacker works with a team of investigators tackling high-profile crimes. They have a front row seat to the gory side of New Orleans. But away from work… "I can literally paint all day," he said. "Easily."
Remember when kids use to trade lunches at school. These days it appears that many of them are also ditching their lunches all together.The Nestle Research Center conducted a study of the eating patterns of more than 3,000 children and found many skip lunch during the week and on weekends.It suggests that it's a common practice for children and teens ages 3 to 17. The researchers say this is of great concern to caregivers and school leaders because the lunch meal is where kids primarily get h...
Turns out there is another reason you love comfort foods like mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese or great southern dishes like smothered pork chops. New research shows its not just the taste that attracts you to all those fattening great tasting dishes.
A new study may serve to predict which patients are at higher risk for chronic pain, and help develop drugs to prevent it. For the first time, scientists have followed a group of people with the same new