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An Ewok scout, Teebo led the hunting party that captured Han Solo, Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, C-3PO and R2-D2 in a net. Celebrate... [Read More]
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The New Orleans-area real estate portfolio is a dazzling mix of dwellings of all types, drawing on the city's rich heritage of influences, from the... [Read More]
Hearst Television participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer... [Read More]
This comes just hours after the school's fourth bomb threat of the year was made on Tuesday. [Read More]
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There's a new Indian restaurant in Kenner with an ambitious menu pairing traditional regional dishes, a chef's eye to presentation, a hint of fusion and,... [Read More]
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Chef Negi (left) joins Punjabi Dhaba partners Goli Singh, Paul Jammu and Gurjeet Singh at the new Kenner restaurant. (Staff photo by Ian McNulty, NOLA.com... [Read More]
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A Kenner woman sent two people to the hospital and injured three others when she used her sport utility vehicle as a battering ram while... [Read More]
A Kenner woman sent two people to the hospital and injured three others when she allegedly used her sport utility vehicle as a battering ram... [Read More]
The Kenner Police Department reports that Kenner Discovery received another bomb threat on Tuesday. [Read More]
The city of Kenner is at odds with its garbage hauler, IV Waste, over roughly $1.7 million in invoices covering work performed over the last... [Read More]
First responders in Kenner, Louisiana, made an incredible rescue Friday when several people desperately needed help. [Read More]
Crews waded through a sludge pit... [Read More]
Kenner is buying 55 more license plate readers for $294,250, to help police track vehicles in the city. [Read More]
Kenner is buying 55 more license plate readers for $294,250, to help police track vehicles traveling through the city.Police Chief Keith Conley said the cameras... [Read More]
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