Rob Krieger

Rob Krieger

Rob started his career in 2008 reporting in Baton Rouge after he was handpicked as the top reporter candidate at LSU’s Manship School of Communication. During his time in Baton Rouge, Rob covered Hurricanes Gustav and Isaac, the New Orleans Saints’ Superbowl victory and reported extensively from the coast during the BP oil spill.

Recent Articles by Rob

New MSY terminal celebrates 1st anniversary

  Early voting begins in Jefferson Parish

Perception of NOPD and safety is improving, Crime Coalition survey shows

New Orleans marks 1 year anniversary of Hard Rock Hotel collapse

St. Tammany Parish braces for potential impacts from Hurricane Delta

  Back to school for students in St. Bernard Parish

  TODAY: Protest planned at Jefferson Parish School Board Office

  Second wave of students return to classes in St. Charles Parish

  St. Jude Dream Home winner buys tickets each year, thrilled to help children

  93-year-old WWII vet walks 100-miles for Liberty Road Challenge

  La. Secretary of State puts coronavirus protection measures in place at polling locations

  Hundreds attend Sunday service in parking lot of St. Catherine of Siena

  Kenner supplements Meals on Wheels program for seniors

Crescent City Classic rolls on virtually; 1000 runners will get poster

  St. Jude Dream Home tickets are on sale, buy yours early for a chance at extra prizes

  A Slice of Carnival: Vegan & Bacon, The Best of Both Worlds

  A Slice of Carnival: The Crowd Pleasers

  A slice of Carnival: Evolution of the king cake

  A slice of Carnival: Unique flavors that take the cake

  A Slice of Carnival: Sweet treats made by the thousands

Longtime LSU fan hasn’t missed a game in more than 50 years

  Locally Roasted Part 5: The Art of the Pour

  Locally Roasted Part 4: The Third Wave of Coffee

  Locally Roasted Part 3: Roasting for the Region

  Locally Roasted Part 2: The Oldest Coffee Importer in America

  Locally Roasted Part 1: The History of Coffee in New Orleans

  Hiking to a Crown

  New Orleans’ Haunted history creates ‘Ghost Town’ for tourists

Homeowners challenge property assessments

  Cafe du Monde opens in City Park