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I-10 Closed

Truck fire closes all lanes of I-10 at I-510


A truck overturned and caught on fire on I-10 East near I-510. Police say traffic in both directions is being detoured off the interstate.  Read more...
Dreads

Pinned up dreadlocks?


The Superintendent of the Plaquemines Parish school system is hoping to reach a compromise today with the family of a student whose been suspended because of his dreadlock hairstyle. Read more...
Baby Brees

Brees tweets photo of newborn daughter


Congratulations are in order for New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, wife Brittany, and the Brees family. The player posted on his Twitter account today that he spent the early morning with his brand new baby girl. Click here and see the photo...
Dread Rights

ACLU: Rastafarians have right to wear dreads


Freedom of religion: does it include hairstyle? The ACLU of Louisiana is helping a Rastafarian family in Plaquemines Parish say "oh yes it does." Read more...
Baby Robber

Cops: Slidell man robs woman and infant of diaper bag


Slidell police say a man who needed money to pay his probation fees robbed a woman and her baby at gunpoint. "Around 9:30 a.m., Slidell Police responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Forestwood Apartments... Read more
Animal Shelter

SPCA continues to rebuild 9 years after Katrina


The Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says that by early next year, it will have a building as big as the one destroyed nine years ago by Hurricane Katrina.  Read more...
Levee Memorial

Design for Katrina garden to be unveiled


Plans for a new Katrina memorial garden at a now empty lot where a major levee breach occurred will be unveiled on Wednesday.  Read more...
Civilian Patrol

Civilian safety patrols in the French Quarter


The idea of civilians patrolling the French Quarter is still alive. This proposal comes from the office of Mayor Mitch Landrieu, and it would put unarmed individuals on the streets of the French Quarter. Read more...
Not Guilty Plea

Not guilty plea in dancer's death, dismemberment


A woman has entered a not guilty plea in connection with the death and dismemberment of a French Quarter strip club dancer whose body parts washed ashore in 2012 on the Mississippi coast. Read more...
Cristobal

Tropical Storm Cristobal to move away from Bahamas


Tropical Storm Cristobal is moving erratically north-northeastward away from the Bahamas but is forecast to stay away from the U.S. East Coast. Read more...
Election

Qualifying ends and eyes turn to November 4


With election qualifying behind us, all eyes are turned toward November 4.  Political analyst Bernie Pinsonat of Southern Media and Opinion Research sees several races destined for a runoff election in December. Read more...
LA at the Emmys

Hollywood South Emmys feature five nominees from Hollywood South


The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards air tonight on NBC. There are five Louisiana-made series and miniseries that are all in the running for some really nice honors. Read more...
Telemedicine

The doctor will see you now, please turn on your monitor


It's called telemedicine and it could be the next wave of medical care. It's the use of medical information exchanged from one site to another via electronic communications where as the patient would not have to be examined in the doctor's office. Read more...
Startups

New Orleans challenged to keep startup companies in the area


It has been well publicized the past few years that New Orleans is a magnet for startup companies and entrepreneurs. But some officials fear that not enough is being done to keep them and continue to attract more. Read more...

NFL puts a stop to Slap Ya Mama ads


The NFL pulls no punches when it comes to enforcing a league mandate that no virtual on-field advertisements or sponsorships will be allowed during NFL telecasts. That means no more 'Slap Ya Mama' ads as the Saints enter the red zone.  Read more...

New Orleans and Baton Rouge gain jobs


State labor officials say the New Orleans and Baton Rouge metro areas each gained 12,600 nonfarm jobs over the year ended July 31.  Read more...
 

Shark warnings go up in Eden Isles


A warning sign at the front of the Eden Isles neighborhood near Slidell offers an alert to what may be lurking in the canals that surround this community on Lake Pontchartrain.  Read more...
 

St. Bernard sets up department to enforce codes


St. Bernard Parish officials have created a department to police code violations. Staffing will include a hearing officer and an assistant. The department will be funded by fines assessed against violators.  Read more...
 

Tropical Storm Cristobal develops in the Caribbean


Tropical Storm Cristobal formed early Sunday morning in the Caribbean. The fourth tropical depression of the Atlantic hurricane season became the season's third named storm as it heads toward the Bahamas.  Read more...
 

Mandeville getting new water tower


Construction has begun on a new water tower in Mandeville that is expected to improve water pressure in parts of the St. Tammany Parish city.  Read more...
 

Tropical depression or storm could form Saturday


Invest 96-L is getting a little better organized. It could become a tropical depression or tropical storm sometime Saturday or Sunday.  Read more...
 

State Police to remain in New Orleans past Labor Day


Governor Bobby Jindal this summer approved 50 extra Louisiana State Troopers to help patrol the streets of New Orleans through Labor Day weekend. Now, state and city officials say the troopers stay in town well past September 1.  Read more...
 

Two women fatally shot in New Orleans East


New Orleans police were investigating a double homicide early Saturday morning in eastern New Orleans.  Read more...
 

Essence, New Orleans OK 5-year contract extension


Essence Festival organizers say the event will remain in New Orleans, at least for the next five years.  Read more...
 

Plea deal linked to 2013 Mother's Day parade violence


Court papers show that a man charged as a member of the street gang authorities have linked to a shooting spree at a 2013 Mother's Day parade in New Orleans has made a deal with prosecutors.  Read more...
 
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Steve: NFL wants Super Bowl halftime acts to pay to play


According to the Wall Street Journal, the NFL has asked some of the musical acts under consideration to play at this coming Super Bowl to pay them to take the stage. Read More

Steve: Payton will be smart with Jairus Byrd at Colts


Yes, Who Dat Nation, ballhawking safety Jarius Byrd is a full go for the Black & Gold after missing all of organized team activities, all of mini-camp and all of training camp in West Virginia. Read More

Deke: 2014 Saints camp is in the books!


The 2014 New Orleans Saints training camp is in the books. “Overall I think the Saints got in a lot of good work, and they accomplished some of the things they wanted to improve on,” said Saints Color Analyst Hokie Gajan. Read More

PHOTOS: Final day of Saints training camp


Two days before the final preseason contest against Baltimore, the Saints worked out at their facility on Airline Drive in front of a packed house. Photos via Chris Bennett. Click here to see the full gallery

Steve: Brees back at practice after helping deliver baby girl


Drew Brees and his wife Brittany welcomed a 7-pound 7-ounce, 20-inch long baby girl to the family last night at 7:43pm.  They have the name picked out, but it’s not on the birth certificate yet so Drew didn’t want to share it just yet. Read More

Deke: A few quick notes on LSU vs Wisconsin


As we inch closer to one of the most anticipated games to start the 2014 college football season, I am still reading, taking notes and trying to make a decision on which team has the edge in the LSU versus Wisconsin game. Here's some of what we know so far. Read More

Brees tweets photo of newborn daughter


Congratulations are in order for New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, wife Brittany, and the Brees family. The player posted on his Twitter account today that he spent the early morning with his brand new baby girl. Click here and see the photo...

Miles mum on LSU QB battle


The 13th ranked LSU Tiger football team is just days away from the season opener against 14th Wisconsin on August 30th in Houston. It remains a mystery to the public who will be the starting quarterback for the Tigers. Coach Les Miles is staying tight lipped, but... Read more

"Breaking Bad," "Modern Family" win Emmy awards


"Modern Family" and "Breaking Bad" triumphed at Monday's Emmy Awards, proving that established broadcast and cable series retain the power to fend off challenges from upstart online series like "Orange Is the New Black." Read More

Kristian: Saints release LB Victor Butler


According to a league source, the Saints will release LB Victor Butler tomorrow when they trim the roster to 75 players. The Saints will save $1.5 million in the move. Read More
 
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