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Gretna officials will hold a public meeting next week to gather public input on a proposed ordinance governing short-term rentals in the city. [Read More]
Officials are hoping the already impressive $50 million economic impact from the Bayou Classic will get a boost this year from an unexpected opening act:... [Read More]
The state Department of Transportation and Development will take one final round of public input Tuesday on its preferred plan to get vehicles from Interstate... [Read More]
The Covington woman who caused a fatal crash while driving intoxicated on the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway last year was set to be sentenced Thursday afternoon. [Read More]
Officials released more details Tuesday on the plans of the two groups vying to redevelop the former Charity Hospital building on Tulane Avenue, shedding additional... [Read More]
The Jefferson Parish Council is poised to select a private contractor to oversee operations at its troubled Waggaman landfill, which has become the focus of... [Read More]
The Louisiana Community and Technical College System's board of supervisors has tapped William Wainwright, a veteran of the system and head of Northshore Technical Community... [Read More]
A Jefferson Parish grand jury on Thursday indicted a River Ridge man on 23 counts of sexual abuse of four juveniles. [Read More]
The Jefferson Parish District Attorney's Office has charged a Kenner gymnastics teacher with 24 counts related to sexual abuse of a dozen juveniles over the... [Read More]
The Jefferson Parish District Attorney's Office is retesting DNA evidence in 22 cases pending in 24th Judicial District Court after procedural problems at the Jefferson... [Read More]
The Innocence Project New Orleans has asked a Jefferson Parish judge to throw out the conviction of a Marrero woman who went to prison for... [Read More]
A Jefferson Parish judge sentenced Ivory D. Franklin II to life in prison Friday for the 2016 killing of Reginald Black, an 18-year-old who was... [Read More]
Both sides in an ongoing dispute over the hair policy at local Catholic schools have gone silent, with neither the Archdiocese of New Orleans nor... [Read More]
After asking pointed questions about the Yenni administration's oversight of the parish's landfill, the Jefferson Parish Council voted Wednesday to take the first steps in... [Read More]
The Kenner City Council unanimously passed a resolution Thursday urging the Jefferson Parish School Board to continue to ban Parish President Mike Yenni from public... [Read More]
When lease negotiations between a Tulane University-HCA consortium and publicly owned East Jefferson General Hospital collapsed this month, it sent leaders of the financially troubled... [Read More]
A familiar voice joined the online discussion last week about the odors plaguing Jefferson Parish residents and the role the parish-owned landfill in Waggaman may... [Read More]
Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni pushed back Monday on a bit of political theater from last week's landfill debate, saying a document produced at a... [Read More]
Old Metairie residents will host a town hall meeting this week to discuss recent problems they've had with coyotes entering their yards and killing household... [Read More]
After hearing nearly two hours of complaints from residents upset over persistent foul odors, the Jefferson Parish Council voted Friday to study the idea of... [Read More]