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A plan to allow taller and denser buildings along the Mississippi River in the Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods is heading back to the City Council. [Read More]
New Orleans' ambitious plan to pour billions of dollars into fixing its crumbling streets is already behind schedule before it has really gotten started. [Read More]
It's just a few weeks until the field for the 2017 New Orleans mayor's race will be set, and many of those watching the race... [Read More]
New Orleans brought the hammer down on a handful of short-term rental owners in the French Quarter on Wednesday, levying the maximum fines against owners... [Read More]
Officials urged common sense and preparedness ahead of a potential tropical storm that could bring between 3 inches and 12 inches of rain to the... [Read More]
New Orleans police use force against African-Americans at a higher rate than black people's share of the population, but more information is needed to determine... [Read More]
The first head-to-head matchup of candidates in the New Orleans mayoral race at a forum Saturday saw both broadly agreeing on such issues as immigration... [Read More]
In response to complaints from a local anti-Confederate monuments group concerned that its members may have been spied on by a private security firm working... [Read More]
New residential buildings on an 11-block stretch of St. Bernard Avenue will be allowed to include more units than normally permitted if they include some... [Read More]
Mayor Mitch Landrieu said attacks on elected officials and first responders are "attacks on democracy" in response to the Virginia shooting that wounded House Majority... [Read More]
For decades Orleans Parish Assessor Erroll Williams has marched to his own drummer when it comes to setting property values, using a system that reassesses... [Read More]
The former head of the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida will serve as interim director of the Louisiana State Museum. [Read More]
New Orleans is starting to crack down on property owners who have been flouting the city's new rules on short-term rentals, with 10 owners in... [Read More]
The gridlocked legislative session that ended last week may have had few winners, but officials in New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu's administration are claiming victory... [Read More]
In a campaign-style video posted to social media, Attorney General Jeff Landry is, once again, hammering New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu over "playing politics" instead... [Read More]
It looks like Sidney Torres IV, the reality TV star and rumored mayoral candidate, has reached a compromise with the local officials he ran afoul... [Read More]
With most eyes on the unusually small field forming ahead of this year's mayor's race in New Orleans, it's easy to overlook the fact that... [Read More]
Nicole Scott stuck it out for four years in her Mid-City neighborhood, even as five people were killed in recent shootings near her half of... [Read More]
For years, parishioners at one of the largest and most visible historic churches in New Orleans have had to contend with the downside of worshiping... [Read More]
Work on a pair of water towers that could dump 4 million gallons into the New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board's water distribution system during... [Read More]