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The New Orleans Police Department plans to take full advantage of a city ordinance going into effect Wednesday that allows cops to issue a ticket... [Read More]
Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser has been using a Pontalba Building apartment and space in state museums for his personal benefit and has engaged in a... [Read More]
As far as New Orleans is concerned, the session of the state Legislature starting Monday is likely to be a lot like last year's. [Read More]
Only one bidder has submitted a proposal to take down three Confederate monuments in New Orleans and is asking more than three times the amount... [Read More]
The first eight blocks of Bourbon Street will be torn up and completely rebuilt after French Quarter Fest, officials said Friday. [Read More]
New Orleans officials said Friday that the number of applications they've received from property owners looking to operate short-term rentals is "probably a bit higher... [Read More]
A larger share taxes generated by short-term rentals on platforms such as Airbnb would go to New Orleans rather than entities like the Ernest N.... [Read More]
Dillard University failed to take steps to protect women on campus after a former student raped a freshman in her dorm room, leaving him free... [Read More]
Mayor Mitch Landrieu's administration has put the city's janitorial contract out for bid, the prelude to bringing it in line with a "living wage" ordinance... [Read More]
The city of New Orleans will add steel panels to the doors, windows and air conditioning units at the Municipal Auditorium in an effort to... [Read More]
A Shreveport lawmaker has again filed a bill that would prevent New Orleans from taking down statues of three Confederate officials and one to an... [Read More]
Two weeks after New Orleans began accepting applications to legalize short-term rentals through sites like Airbnb and VRBO, hundreds of people have applied, but they... [Read More]
New Orleans began accepting applications for short-term rental licenses on March 13, 2017, the first step toward legalizing the practice of renting out rooms and... [Read More]
New Orleans and 33 other cities have filed a legal brief supporting a lawsuit by Santa Clara County that seeks to block an executive order... [Read More]
For the first time since Hurricane Katrina, more people moved from New Orleans to other areas of the United States last year than came to... [Read More]
Mayor Mitch Landrieu on Tuesday reiterated that the New Orleans Police Department "will not move officers off the street to join President Trump's deportation force"... [Read More]
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has officially declared New Orleans as a city that limits its cooperation with the agency, setting the stage for a... [Read More]
Four state lawmakers. Two City Council members. One current and one former judge. The district attorney. And a businessman turned reality TV host. [Read More]
New Orleans will hold off on charging property owners for balconies, galleries, steps and other architectural features that hang over city sidewalks, administration officials said... [Read More]
Looking at the effect that President Donald Trump's proposed budget would potentially have on New Orleans, where federal programs set for the chopping block support... [Read More]