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Will Smith Case

Prosecution rests on Day 5 of Will Smith death trial


A car crash expert told a jury in New Orleans on Friday that he believes a driver intentionally crashed his Hummer into the vehicle driven by ex-football star Will Smith on the night of April 9. Read more...
Indicted

Grand jury indicts Mandeville elderly-care rape suspect


A St. Tammany Parish Grand Jury has issued first degree rape charges against 58-year-old Jerry J. Kan. Read more...
Cold Night

Colder night on the way


The coldest weather we've had so far this season continues tonight when lows get into the 20s and 30s! Read more...
Edwards-Trump

Edwards meets with Trump, talks Louisiana flood recovery


Gov. John Bel Edwards met privately with Donald Trump while the president-elect was in Baton Rouge to rally for the Republican candidate in Louisiana's U.S. Senate race. The Democratic governor said he congratulated Trump on his victory and updated him on Louisiana's recovery.  Read more...
Child Sex Ring

New Orleans residents arrested for sex trafficking children


Three New Orleans area residents have been arrested and charged in connection with an alleged child sex-trafficking ring that was apparently operating in the New Orleans area. All three have been booked into the Orleans Parish Lock-Up.  Read more...
Trump In B.R.

Trump urges voters to elect Louisiana Republican


President-elect Donald Trump is implored Louisiana Republicans to turn out in Saturday's final U.S. Senate election, urging them to back John Kennedy.  Trump said at a rally in Baton Rouge, ``We need John in Washington.'' Kennedy is the state treasurer.  Read more...
Low Interest

Candidates rally support for La. runoff drawing low interest


Louisiana's candidates are trying to stir up enthusiasm for Saturday's election, seeking to persuade people to cast ballots in a runoff expected to draw less than a third of registered voters. Remaining to be decided are an open U.S. Senate seat and two open U.S. House seats.  Read more...
On the Ballot

Issues on ballots in metro New Orleans Saturday


The runoff for U.S. Senate in Louisiana between Democrat Foster Campbell and Republican John Kennedy is the top of the ballot in the December 10 runoff, but it isn't the only thing voters will have to consider. Read more...
Trump Campaign

Trump still campaigning, hopes to boost GOP in Louisiana


Tending to party politics, President-elect Donald Trump is rallying supporters in Louisiana on Friday ahead of the state's Senate runoff election, aiming to pad the Republican majority he will inherit. Trump was campaigning for Republican John Kennedy in Baton Rouge.  Read more...
Will Smith Case

Medical examiner: Will Smith had 3 times legal limit of alcohol


The pathologist who did the autopsy on the body of former New Orleans Saints player Will Smith testified today that Smith's blood-alcohol was three times over the legal limit. Read more...
FEMA-Floods

FEMA refuses to lessen Louisiana's cost for March flooding


The Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied Gov. John Bel Edwards' request to lessen Louisiana's share of disaster response costs after March flooding that inundated north and central Louisiana.  Read more...

 
Senate Runoff

Could the runoff for U.S. Senate be tighter?


From ho-hum to more interesting and maybe even exciting?  That's how one political analyst sees the runoff election for U.S. Senate between Republican John Kennedy and Democrat Foster Campbell. Read more...
Deputy Arrested

Deputy accused of smuggling cellphones into jail


A deputy with the Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office has been arrested on three counts of malfeasance and three counts of introduction of contraband to a penal institution.  Sheriff Jeff Wiley reported in a news release that the investigation began on Nov. 30  ...Read more
B.R. Visit

Trump visits BR to support Kennedy in Senate race


President-elect Donald Trump will be in Baton Rouge today to support Republican John Kennedy in the US Senate race. The visit comes after Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence endorsed the State Treasurer.  Read more...
Life Expectancy

Life expectancy decreases for first time since 1993


Life expectancy has decreased in the US for the first time in more than 20 years, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. The report found that overall life expectancy dropped by one month from 2014 to 2015.  Read more...
Will Smith Case

Timeline of events in the shooting death of Will Smith


New Orleans resident Cardell Hayes is on trial in the shooting death of former New Orleans Saints player Will Smith, whose death earlier this year shocked the country. Here's a look at the timeline of events related to the case:  Read more...

 
McKnight Case

Sheriff Normand talks about McKnight case, public response


Although the authorities in Jefferson Parish have arrested Ronald Gasser in the death of Joe McKnight, the investigation into the fatal shooting continues. Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newel Normand says they're still hunting down pieces of information pertinent to... Read more
Weekend Events

Holiday events warm the cold weekend


The first bonfire of the season along the Mississippi River takes place tonight. You're invited to celebrate Christmas with a little Cajun flavor this weekend at the Festival of the Bonfires in Lutcher. "We start off this weekend at the festival with 77 pots of gumbo... Read more
Trump Visit

Trump mobilizing Louisiana Republicans in final Senate race


Tending to party politics, President-elect Donald Trump is rallying supporters in Louisiana on Friday ahead of the state's Senate runoff election, aiming to pad the Republican majority he will inherit.  Read more...
Coldest Yet

Coldest weather this season


Arctic air has blasted into Louisiana.  We started the day with morning temps in the 30s and 40s feeling like 20s and 30s.  It won't warm up much today. "The cold blast is here!" WWL-TV Meteorologist Dave Nussbaum said. "Get ready for a blustery day across... Read more
UNO Senate Poll

UNO Poll shows Kennedy with comfortable lead in Senate Race


The University of New Orleans Survey Research Center has released the results of a poll about the runoff for the open Louisiana seat in the U.S. Senate. The poll finds that Republican candidate John Kennedy has a comfortable lead.  Read more...
Election Change

Schedler would like to see December elections end in Louisiana


Secretary of State Tom Schedler says based on the likelihood of low turnout on Saturday's elections, he would like to have a conversations with the legislature about ending December elections.  Read more...
Housing Expo

Affordable Housing Expo for flood victims this weekend


An Affordable Housing Expo will be held in Baton Rouge this weekend for flood victims. Mike Steele with GOHSEP says there are people at different stages of recovery, so there will be a variety of housing options on display.  Read more...
Tax Rewrite

Gov. Edwards says tax rewrite should be fair and predictable


Gov. John Bel Edwards looked ahead Thursday to next year's legislative session, saying Louisiana needs to enact a tax structure that is fair, predictable and "sufficient" to pay for state services. Read more...
Will Smith Case

Defendant's pal: Will Smith attacked my friend after crash


Anger and anguish were evident in a New Orleans courtroom Thursday as a friend of the man on trial for killing retired Saints star Will Smith repeatedly insisted that Smith and his friends were the aggressors following an April 9 traffic crash that was followed by gunshots. Read more...
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NFL Podcast

"Go For Two" Episode 13: The Return of the King: January Joe Flacco prepares to


Sorry for being tardy to the party, but the boys are back with a brand new WWL Go For Two NFL Podcast.  On this week's show they discuss the continued rise of the Cowboys as Dallas appears to stand alone at the top of the NFC following the Seahawks loss of Earl The Pearl Thomas.  Plus, T-Bob gives Seth stock market tips and tricks when discussing how to treat the free falling stock

Kristian: Vaccaro suspended rest of regular season with the Saints


Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro will begin serving a four game suspension for violating the leagues performance enhancing drug policy. Read More 

 

Kiffin still in play for LSU? Cougars go after Applewhite


Everyone jumped on the Lane train to Houston yesterday, but the Cougars have named Major Applewhite their new head coach.  He was promoted after serving as offensive coordinator under Tom Herman who left for the Texas Longhorns gig. That means Lane Kiffin is... Read more

Geller: Saints look to steal Buccaneers booty


I’m still not really sure what the heck happened last week against the Lions, but it sure did prove to me that not a whole lot has changed around here. It’s S.O.S. - same ole Saints. They’re up and down play has resulted in a 5-7 record, but for some reason we want to... Read more 

Pels fall to Philly, 99-88


Ersan Ilyasova scored 23 points, Sergio Rodriguez added 16, and the Philadelphia 76ers snapped a franchise record-tying 23-game road losing streak, beating the reeling New Orleans Pelicans 99-88 on Thursday night.  Read more...
 

LSU releases details on new deal for defensive coordinator


LSU releases the details on defensive coordinator Dave Aranda’s new three-year contract extension that also makes him the associate head coach. Tiger Rag Editor Cody Worsham says he’s earned the distinction of being the highest paid assistant in college football. Read more...

LSU has sold nearly half of its alloted tickets for the Citrus Bowl


Some LSU fans are gearing up to head to Orlando for the Citrus Bowl later this month, but so far ticket sales are lagging a bit. That’s according to LSU ticket manager, Brian Broussard, who says so far only about 4,000 tickets have been sold ...Read more

Gasol, Grizzlies outlast Pelicans, 110-108 in double OT


Marc Gasol had 28 points, including a game-tying 3-pointer with seven seconds left in regulation, to go with 11 rebounds and 11 assists, and the Memphis Grizzlies outlasted the New Orleans Pelicans 110-108 in double overtime on Monday night. Read more...

LSU RB Leonard Fournette to enter the NFL draft


LSU star RB Leonard Fournette made it official by announcing he will enter the 2017 NFL draft after the Tigers’ bowl game on December 31st.  Fournette made the announcement on Twitter and said he plans to play in the Citrus Bowl, despite a nagging ankle injury.  Read more...

 

Fournette to forego his senior season at LSU


LSU running back Leonard Fournette announced he will skip his senior season at LSU and be eligible for the NFL Draft next spring.  Read more...

Fournette - Leonard scoring photo (credit by WWL's Joe Marino)
 
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