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NOPD releases video of Bourbon St. shooting suspects

New Orleans Police on Monday released security camera footage of two men they believe to be involved in the fatal shooting of a 26-year-old man, Brandon Robinson, early Saturday in the 300-block of Bourbon Street. Read more...
SWAT Standoff

Reported suicide threat prompts SWAT standoff

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office is trying to resolve an armed standoff with a man holed up in a Harvey residence with his mother. Read more...

New Orleans drive-thru coffee house planned on Canal Street

An entrepreneur is hoping to build a drive-thru coffee shop in New Orleans' Mid-City neighborhood. Read more...
SWAT Standoff

Man reportedly takes mother hostage in Harvey

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office SWAT team has set up in front of a house in the 2000-block of Sugarloaf Drive in Harvey. Read more...
End Of Season

2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season comes to a close

Today marks the end of the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane season and it was quite favorable for Louisiana as no storms threatened the state.  State Climatologist Barry Keim says forecasters were were pretty accurate with their predictions this season.  Read more...

State Senator

State Senator Troy Brown faces domestic abuse charge

New Orleans police say state Sen. Troy Brown punched woman in the eye during hotel argument over the weekend.  Police say the 44-year-old Brown was booked early Sunday morning with domestic abuse battery. Read more...
Miles Confusion

The bizarre events surrounding Les Miles

Les Miles keeps his job as head coach of LSU football, after weeks of speculation and confusion that some say bordered on the bizarre. What happened and what lies ahead?  Those close to the program think they have a pretty good idea.   Read more...

$1.7M Bond

Records: $1.7M bond set for man in gunfight

Bond has been set at $1.7 million for a man police accuse of participating in a gunfight that wounded 17 people at a New Orleans playground after a neighborhood parade.  Online records show 32-year-old Joseph ``Moe'' Allen's bond was set Sunday ...Read more
Living Longer

Study links daily coffee habit to longevity

If you have a daily coffee habit, here's something to buzz about: A new study finds those cups of joe may help boost longevity.  The study, by the Harvard School of Public Health, examined results from three separate studies of more than 200,000 people.  Read more...

Oil's Effects

Tulane researchers to study oil's effects on Gulf of Mexico

Tulane University researchers have been awarded $4 million to study oil's effects on the Gulf of Mexico.  Reports are that proposals from three Tulane researchers are among 22 being funded by the latest Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative program.  Read more...
Suicide Rate

Study to examine rising suicide rates in New Orleans

A coroner has teamed up with a nonprofit research organization to study suicide rates in New Orleans. Orleans Parish coroner Dr. Jeffrey Rouse and RAND Corp. will use the study to understand common causes of suicide and create prevention efforts.  Read more...
What's Next

What could be next for Governor Jindal professionally?

There are six weeks remaining in Bobby Jindal's final term as Governor of Louisiana.  Jindal has said that he and his family will remain in Baton Rouge after his term ends, but what's ahead for him professionally.  Read more...

Family Id'd

Sheriff: Couple, 2 young sons dead; apparent murder-suicide

Authorities in a New Orleans suburb say a couple and their sons, aged 2 and 4, have been found fatally stabbed in an apparent murder-suicide at a home.  Sheriff Newell Normand has identified them in a news release as 46-year-old David Mata, ...Read more
Canal Shooting

NOPD investigating shooting on Canal Street

New Orleans Police are now investigating the weekend's third downtown shooting. The latest occurred early Sunday morning in the 700 block of Canal Street.  Read more...

Shooting Death

Coroner IDs man killed on Bourbon Street

The Orleans Parish coroner has identified a man shot and killed outside a Bourbon Street bar Saturday morning. Dr. Jeffrey Rouse says 26-year-old Brandon Robinson died of a bullet wound.   Read more...

Cigarette Death

Gulfport waitress killed over patron's cigarette

Authorities and witnesses say a Mississippi Waffle House server who was shot and killed after asking a customer not to smoke was a 52-year-old longtime waitress who spent some of her final moments asking patrons how they enjoyed their Thanksgiving.  Read more...
Unruly Stepmom

JPSO: Lindsay Lohan's stepmother removed from plane in New Orleans

Authorities say a coast-to-coast flight was diverted to New Orleans this past week to remove singer Lindsay Lohan's stepmother.  Read more...
Christmas Trees

Healthy supply of Christmas trees despite dry summer

Even with the dry summer, Louisiana has a plentiful supply of real Christmas trees. Christmas Tree Farmer Clark Gernon, owner of Shady Pond Tree Farm in Pearl River, says the trees are fine, just not as tall as they typically would be.  Read more...
Man Shot

Man shot in French Quarter home

A man was shot at a home in the French Quarter Saturday night.  NOPD Officer Hilal Williams says it happened inside the residence at 624 Dumaine Street.  "An adult male sustained a gunshot wound to the chest and was... Read more
Suspect Caught

Suspect arrested in Bunny Friend playground shooting

The NOPD announced Saturday that Joseph "Moe" Allen, one of the suspects in the shooting that injured 17 people at Bunny Friend playground last Sunday is in custody.  Read more...
Fatal Crash

Baton Rouge crash leaves 2-month old in critical condition, parents dead

Louisiana State Police say an early morning crash left a 2-month-old boy in critical condition and killed his parents. The accident happened about 3 a.m. Saturday on I-10 near Bluebonnet Blvd.  Read more...
Chopper Crash

Destrehan soldier among those killed in Ft. Hood chopper crash

A 35-year-old soldier from Destrehan was among four crew members killed when a helicopter crashed during a routine training exercise at Fort Hood in Texas, according to the Army, which released the identities of the soldiers Friday.  Read more...
SWAT Roll Ends

New Orleans East SWAT roll ends peacefully

A SWAT roll that began after a man shot his neighbor through his apartment door in New Orleans East ended peacefully Friday. After a standoff that lasted several hours, a 34-year-old mentally ill man surrendered to police.  Read more...

One dead in Saturday morning shooting on Bourbon Street

New Orleans Police say a man was shot to death early Saturday morning on Bourbon Street. According to police spokesman Officer Garry Flot, the shooting took place just after 1:30 a.m., in the 300 block of Bourbon Street.  Read more... 
EWE Released

Former Louisiana governor, Edwards, out of hospital

Former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards is back home after spending Thanksgiving in the hospital. Edwards' wife, Trina, said in a text message Friday that her 88-year-old husband is home and doing well.  Read more...
October was full of promise and hope for LSU, Saints, Pels and Tulane; November has been the reality check. Which team holds the most promise now?
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Big Chief's NFL Top 10 week 12

The GB Packers are ICE Cold, NE lost finally, Denver got a huge "ManningFULL" win, the Red Birds keep rolling, the Orange Cats bounced back and those Mountain Panthers from the Tar Heel State are the best in the land right now.  Here is this week's top 10!  Read more...

Crazy weekend for LSU ends improved season on high note

What an insane weekend for LSU football.  While it started with most people around the state believing Les Miles’ was coaching his final game as the head coach of the Tigers, Athletic Director Joe Alleva firmly stated that Les Miles will remain the LSU coach for... Read more

Miles again puts LSU 1st, while Alleva gets it wrong AGAIN!

I may be dismissed by those higher educated persons.  My voice will be talked about. Of course those who disagree will say, “Man he don’t know what the hell he’s talking about.”   But what I will tell you is factual, it’s the truth and nothing hurts and hits close to home like... Read more

Texans top Saints 24-6

The Houston Texans got off to a fast start for a change and it helped them cruise to a 24-6 win over the New Orleans Saints. Brian Hoyer threw for 205 yards and two touchdowns and Houston's defense stifled Drew Brees in the victory.  Read more...

Bobby: The Saints are done!

The Saints lost their third in a row, falling to the Houston Texans 24-6. It was the first time since 2005 (the first time in the Payton/Brees era) that the Black and Gold failed to score a touchdown.  Read more...

LSU returns to the AP Top 25

LSU is no longer among the "others receiving votes." Saturday's 19-7 victory against Texas A&M was enough to move the Tigers up to the #23 slot this week in the AP college football poll.  Read more...

Miles survives, but knows he has work to do

Les Miles looked to his right, beyond a crowd of reporters to where his wife, Kathy, and their four children had been waiting anxiously for the 62-year-old coach to emerge from LSU's locker room. He smiled and gave them a reassuring wink.  Read more...

LSU athletic director: Miles will return as coach

LSU athletic director Joe Alleva says Les Miles will remain the coach of the Tigers. The announcement came Saturday night after LSU beat Texas A&M 19-7 and capped a week full of speculation and ominous reports about whether Miles would be back.  Read more...

Saints-Texans Preview

J.J. Watt's ability to get to the quarterback and a vastly improved defense have turned the season around for the Houston Texans.  And now they're getting Brian Hoyer back at quarterback.  Read more...

AD says Miles to stay, LSU beats Texas A&M 19-7

Les Miles rode across the Tiger Stadium field on the shoulders of his players while fans chanted his name.  It would have been quite a send-off, except LSU's administration doesn't want him going anywhere after all.  Read more...
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