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Spray Painted

Graffiti spray painted on Beauregard Statue

Someone spray painted the message "Black Lives Matter" on the P.G.T. Beauregard monument in City Park.  The monument, located at the Esplanade and City Park avenues intersection, is dedicated to the Confederate general who served during the Civil War.  Read more...

Shooting Death

NOPD investigating shootin death on General Ogden

The NOPD is investigating the shooting death of a 37-year-old male.  The name of the victim is being withheld pending notification of family members.  The incident took place Monday, on the front porch of a home located at 1622 General Ogden Street.  Read more...            


NOPD changes arrest procedures after officer's murder

New Orleans Police Superintendent Michael Harrison today announced changes in how officers will handle running suspects in for booking. The changes come in the wake of the murder of Officer Daryle Holloway earlier this month. Read more...
Married In La.

Same-sex couple marries in New Orleans, seemingly 1st in La.

Two men who have been together for nearly 14 years are apparently the first same-sex couple to get married in Louisiana.  Orleans Parish Civil District Judge Paula Brown told 41-year-old Michael Robinson ...Read more

Louisiana near the top for lightning strikes

Louisiana has more lightning strikes every year than any other state with the exception of  Florida. Read more...
Gay Marriage

Jefferson Parish issuing marriage licenses to all couples

The Jefferson Parish Clerk of Court office is issuing marriage licenses to all couples. Read more...
Gay Marriage

LA marriage equality advocates ready to sue parish clerks

The Forum for Equality Louisiana has sent a letter to the Louisiana Clerks of Court Association informing the group that its members are at risk of being sued if they continue to deny marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Read more...
Appeal Denied

Justices won't hear appeal from BP, Anadarko over Gulf spill

The U.S. Supreme Court won't hear appeals from BP and Anadarko Petroleum Corp. over Clean Water Act fines for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Read more...

LSU professor fired for profanity, plans court fight

An LSU associate professor has been fired for using curse words and telling sexually-themed jokes to undergraduate students. Read more...
On the Move

Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville New Orleans closing this week

Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville on Deactur Street is set close its doors this week. The New Orleans club is not leaving town, however...just changing latitude. Read more...

Prosecutor: Is Uber operating illegally in Jefferson Parish?

Jefferson Parish Attorney Deborah Foshee says she's looking into whether the ride-hailing service Uber is operating illegally in the New Orleans suburb. Read more...
Car Chase

Jefferson Parish truck theft leads to chase, crashes, gunfire; 2 teens booked

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office reports the arrest of two teenagers after a report of a stolen pickup truck led to a chase, car collisions and gunfire. Read more...
3 shot, 1 dead

One dead in New Orleans triple-shooting

An overnight shooting incident in eastern New Orleans left a 25-year-old man dead and two other people hurt. Read more...
Will Comply

Jindal: Louisiana Will 'Comply' With Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

While Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, a GOP Presidential candidate was on NBC's "Meet the Press," he said that although he disagrees with the Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states, his state will abide by the Court's decision.  Read more...

$3 Million Paid

Report: 76ers to pay $3 million to Pels over Holiday injury

The Philadelphia 76ers paid the Pelicans $3 million for failing to tell the team about a leg injury to Jrue Holiday before trading him to New Orleans, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer citing sources saying the point guard played with stress fractures in his right leg ...Read more
Body Found

Body found in river by Audubon Zoo

New Orleans police recovered a body from the Mississippi River Sunday afternoon. Police say the body was found shortly before 1 p.m. by the Henry Clay Wharf.  Read more...

Hollywood South

Official: Louisiana movie credit cap may spread Hollywood South

A Mississippi Film Office official says Louisiana's new cap on film tax credits could send more movie business to Georgia and Mississippi.  Read more...
Meets the Press

Jindal: Views on marriage aren't evolving with polls

Governor Bobby Jindal joined NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday morning to talk about the Supreme Court's rulings this week, business in Louisiana and the launch of his presidential campaign.  Read more... 
Miss Louisiana

Miss Crescent City takes the crown in Miss Louisiana pageant

Miss Crescent City New Orleans April Nelson was crowned Miss Louisiana 2015 to wild applause in the Monroe Civic Center Saturday night. Nelson, of Mandeville, is an Oklahoma City University student.  Read more... 
License Delay

Clerks of Court delay issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples

On the heels of the Supreme Court's landmark decision legalizing same-sex marriage, Clerks of Court offices in Louisiana are initially holding off issuing marriage licenses to gay couples.  Read more...
Marriage Fight

Louisiana fights Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage

Despite a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, Louisiana is still not recognizing same-sex marriages. The Jindal Administration has said they are waiting on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to rule on a case involving Louisiana's same-sex marriage ban.  Read more...
River Flooding

Bossier braces for more flooding

Bossier Parish officials are urging residents in some areas that went under water in mid-June to be prepared to deal again with high water levels along the Red River.  Read more...

Police looking for answers in quadruple shooting

New Orleans Police are looking for two men for questioning in a quadruple shooting. Read more...
Funeral Service

New Orleans says goodbye to slain officer

Scores of uniformed police officers were among hundreds filing into a New Orleans church to say goodbye to Daryle Holloway, an officer who was shot to death while on duty last weekend. Read more...
Revenge Porn

Governor Jindal signs 'revenge porn' bill into law

It is now illegal in Louisiana to post or share nude images of people on the internet without their consent. Governor Bobby Jindal signed Kenner Representative Julie Stokes' "revenge porn" bill into law.  Read more...
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LSU defensive tackle dismissed from team

LSU today announced that  head football coach Les Miles has dismissed defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao after an off-campus incident two weeks ago. Read more...

Pelicans make no additions to the nest in NBA Draft

The Pelicans did not possess a 1st round selection in last night's NBA Draft, and wound up trading away their 2nd round pick. New Orleans drafted Michigan State forward Branden Dawson with the 56th overall pick, but shipped his draft rights off to the LA Clippers for cash considerations. Read More

Delhomme, Faulk highlight Louisiana Sports HOF class

Former NFL stars headline the 2015 Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame class that will be inducted this weekend in Natchitoches. Former Saints and Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme is part of the eight member class.  Read more...

LSU's Martin goes to Grizzlies in first round of NBA Draft

Jarell Martin is the first LSU Tiger off the board in the 2015 NBA Draft. Martin was selected by Memphis with the No. 25 pick.  Read more...

Pooping birds targeted at LSU's Alex Box Stadium

The days of bird droppings raining down on LSU baseball fans are over. Crews are attaching netting to the bottom side of the Alex Box Stadium grandstands overhang, a four monthlong project that's expected to keep the birds away.  Read more...

LSU's Alex Bregman strikes a deal with the Houston Astros

Former LSU shortstop and No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 MLB Draft Alex Bregman has agreed to a deal with the Astros, MLB.com and other media outlets are reporting. According to the Houston Chronicle, Bregman will sign Thursday for $6 million... Read more

Benson's heirs file appeal in mental competency case

Tom Benson's ousted heirs have filed an appeal in the interdiction for control of their father's and grandfather's estate.  Read more...

Baseball America names Lange All-American

LSU says the pitcher Alex Lange has been named to the Baseball America magazine first-team Freshman All-America squad.  The release says that Lange posted a 12-0 record in the 2015 season with a 1.97 ERA in 114 innings for the Tigers. Read more...

Steve: Pelicans introduce new head coach

With change comes excitement about the unknown - and also hope. For the Pelicans, their new head coach brings a fresh new perspective, coming off an NBA Championship victory with the Warriors.Read More

Kristian: Saints are in a tough spot with Junior Galette

If it is Galette in that video hitting a woman with a belt, the Saints can’t keep him around no matter what the NFL deems as appropriate punishment.  The cap hit would be painful, but not having him around would be worth any price. Read More
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