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‘Must Love Slow Walks in the Zoo’: WGNO Anchor Has Wild Valentine’s Date

With the husband of WGNO morning anchor Anne Cutler deployed in Afghanistan on Valentine’s Day, staffers at the New Orleans ABC affiliate came up with a wild way to cheer her up.

Knowing Cutler was obsessed with Noel the Sloth at the Audubon Zoo, they set her up on a blind date with the slow moving mammal. Cutler thought she was going to the zoo to shoot a promo, but instead she was there to get some solo sloth time.

“Valentine’s Day is a little tough when you don’t have your hubby around,” said Cutler. Speaking of her husband she added, “I’m so happy that he’s safe and sound and doing good things and I can’t wait for him to come home.”

But in the meantime, there’s always Noel the Sloth. You can watch the video of the rendezvous after the jump. Read more

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WGNO Names Anne Cutler Morning Co-Anchor

Anne Cutler is being promoted to morning co-anchor at WGNO, the ABC affiliate in New Orleans.

Cutler, who joined the station in 2010 as a reporter for the morning newscast, will begin February 1. Cutler will also anchor the 11 a.m. newscast solo.

“Anne has immersed herself in the culture, history, traditions, and vibe of New Orleans. She’s a great addition to ‘Good Morning New Orleans’ and WGNO News at 11a. She’ll bring her new love of the city and journalistic flair to morning viewers,” WGNO news director Rick Erbach said in a statement.

Cutler replaces Jocelyn Lockwood, who is leaving WGNO to travel the world with her husband.