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Vaccinations at Louisiana nursing homes are not complete. [Read More]
The family is begging for more answers, saying the woman spent her life caring for others. [Read More]
Attorneys for alleged church sex abuse victims are fighting to get the deposition of an accused pedophile priest unsealed. [Read More]
Livestream to VOD... [Read More]
Report: Glenn to joins Lions staff as defensive coordinator... [Read More]
The Louisiana State Capitol will be closed to the public on Wednesday, Inauguration Day, out of an abundance of caution to help facilitate security. [Read More]
lakeview water bill problem... [Read More]
A New Orleans woman has been receiving bills nearly five times higher than normal since October of 2019. [Read More]
A warming trend is underway this week as most days high temperatures will be above average... [Read More]
The suspects in the stolen vehicle shattered windows and stole several firearms from other vehicles... [Read More]
The city is currently in a Modified Phase One with reduced capacity limits and gathering restrictions... [Read More]
President-election Joe Biden has announced Dr. Rachel Levine to serve as Assistant Secretary for Health. [Read More]
New Orleans officials Tuesday will honor and remember the lives of nearly 700 people lost due to Coronavirus. [Read More]
The shooting happened near the intersection of Gov. Nicholls Street... [Read More]
High temperatures will climb into the low 70s under full sunshine. [Read More]
The greatest era in Saints history ended on Sunday.Drew Brees played his final game in New Orleans and his three-interception performance proved to be a... [Read More]
Neighbors and business owners around the Fairgrounds are trying to get in front of the spike in violent crime after a shooting victim recently crawled... [Read More]
All civil and criminal jury trials in federal court have been suspended until May due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the court said Monday. [Read More]
New Orleans police are investigating a double homicide and shooting in the 3000 blk. of Bienville Ave. [Read More]
People who live in New Orleans East are tired of being scared. They say the violence that unfolds around them every day is too much. [Read More]
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