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Prosecutors hit a former New Orleans Police Department officer with charges of sexual battery on Wednesday, months after he was first jailed on allegations that... [Read More]
Chelsea Thornton's decision to take the lives of her own children may have been horrific, but it was not technically insane, a forensic psychologist testified... [Read More]
For almost five years, Chelsea Thornton has sat in jail waiting to be tried for the unthinkable: shooting her son and drowning her daughter inside... [Read More]
The trial for the woman accused of shooting her young son and drowning her daughter in a bath tub in a fetid Gert Town apartment... [Read More]
Janine Hayes was working her shift at the Port of Call restaurant on Esplanade Avenue, at the edge of the French Quarter, when the deluge... [Read More]
Asking whether pump stations and canals were working as planned, members of the New Orleans City Council on Sunday questioned the administration of Mayor Mitch... [Read More]
Janine Hayes was working her shift at Port of Call at the edge of the French Quarter when the deluge started Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Jefferson Parish officials said Sunday that the worst hit areas in Saturday's deluge were Metairie, Old Jefferson, Elmwood, Harahan and River Ridge, which received between... [Read More]
The Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office missed a July target date to bring the last of hundreds of city inmates back from far-flung parishes to the... [Read More]
An Orleans Parish Criminal District Court judge on Friday blocked some evidence about the mental state of an alleged killer from being introduced at her... [Read More]
Five years after the city signed an agreement with the federal government to clean up its troubled police force, there could be light at the... [Read More]
An attorney for one of two men accused in the killing of a pregnant woman in Algiers is pointing the finger at the other man... [Read More]
Two New Orleans men who say they spent months in jail past their release dates filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against the state Department of... [Read More]
Louisiana's legal watchdog agency is investigating the controversial use of so-called "fake subpoenas" to pressure witnesses to speak with prosecutors, its chief said Thursday. [Read More]
A man suspected in the brutal slaying of a pregnant woman in Algiers turned himself in to authorities on Wednesday, but apparently not before criticizing... [Read More]
Finding that its hands are tied from intervening, a federal appeals court has rejected a New Orleans mass shooter's bid to be released from a... [Read More]
Lawyers sparred Wednesday over whether to allow in court certain evidence about the competency of a New Orleans woman who is set to go to... [Read More]
A couple was sentenced Wednesday in the death of a man whose decomposing body was found in a Central City elevator shaft in 2014. [Read More]
An Orleans Parish grand jury has charged two men in connection with the brutal slaying of a pregnant woman in front of her daughter in... [Read More]
Recent surveys of New Orleans residents and police officers — as well as the people whom police put in jail — show that increasing numbers... [Read More]