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Payton sends message against police brutality. [Read More]
Any impacts from Cristobal would happen this weekend and into early next week. [Read More]
With so many videos online of the protests, kids, especially teens and preteens, have likely seen a lot about the demonstrations. Therapist recommend talking to... [Read More]
Health officials are worried that will cities will struggle to manage large crowds of demonstrators and the spread of the COVID-19 virus. [Read More]
Your Tuesday evening weather authority forecast. [Read More]
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Protesters are on Interstate-10 between Tulane Ave. and Esplanade Ave. in New Orleans eastbound and westbound as the fourth day of protests intensified following the... [Read More]
The New Orleans Police Department asked police to avoid the area as the interstate was closed for about three hours. [Read More]
Cristobal could be a weekend threat... [Read More]
It's the way of a public trying to change the world around them: hundreds of marchers taking to the streets to protest. [Read More]
Sen. Cassidy calls George Floyd's death tragic. [Read More]
Senator Bill Cassidy calls the death of George Floyd "totally preventable". He, along with other lawmakers, reacted to the president's threat of using the military... [Read More]
New Orleans Police Chief Shaun Ferguson expects upcoming scheduled protests to continue to be peaceful. But he is also making it clear that violence and... [Read More]
City receives $18 million from FEMA to feed those in need during pandemic, partnering with local restaurants. [Read More]
Your Tuesday afternoon weather authority forecast. [Read More]
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While plans for a levee system are still in the works there won't be any additional protection this season. [Read More]
The city's health director says it could be as soon as another week before Orleans Parish moves into phase two of reopening. Meanwhile business owners... [Read More]
New Orleans Police Chief Shaun Ferguson wants to encourage protesters to continue exercising their constitutional rights. [Read More]
On a July night in Jonesboro in 1964, the rumble of engines encroached on a quiet, black neighborhood then known as "The Quarters." As residents... [Read More]
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