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5 shot in New Orleans East

New Orleans Police say someone shot five people in New Orleans East tonight. "Just before 8:00pm, five males were shot in the 6700 block of Chef Menteur HWY," Officer Frank Robertson said in a news release.  Read more...
Third Suspect

Third suspect arrested in NOPD shooting

New Orleans Police say they have in custody a third suspect in the shooting of one of their officers early Sunday morning. One alleged shooter is dead, another man is in jail. Read more...
Deer Collisions

Deer crashes in Louisiana cost big bucks!

The chances of hitting a deer in Louisiana have gone up. So has the expense of repairing the damage.   State Farm Insurance is out with a new report on the growing problem and the risk is a lot higher than you might think. Read more...
Oh No 0-2!

Saints fans sound off on 0-2

Can the Saints right the ship? Citizens of the Who Dat Nation hope the team can figure out its problems soon, after falling to 0-2 in a loss at Cleveland. Read more...
Limb Kills

Tree limb falls on motorcyclists, killing 1

State police said one motorcyclist was killed and another was injured when a tree limb fell and struck them while they were riding near French Settlement in Livingston Parish.  Read more...
Beatles Back?

'The Beatles' return to City Park for 50th anniversary concert

Get ready for a magical mystery tour. WYES-TV is turning the clock back 50 years, with a very special event. Beatlemania returns to New Orleans Tuesday night in City Park, as The Fab Four recreates the concert of September 16,1964.  Read more...
Cop Shot

Hunt for 3rd suspect in cop's shooting

Cops are looking for a third suspect in the shooting of an NOPD officer.  One alleged shooter is dead, another man is in jail. "The NOPD has arrested 34-year-old Cornelius Barthelemy in connection with the early morning shooting involving NOPD Officer Jonathan Smith... Read more

Report: Churchill Downs seeks to sell Fair Grounds

Churchill Downs Inc. is reportedly trying to sell New Orleans' Fair Grounds racing track. Churchill Downs is said to have hired JPMorgan Chase to seek bids with a deadline of Wednesday.  Read more...

St. Tammany deputies searching for man in Lake Ponchartrain

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's office was searching Lake Ponchartrain Sunday morning for a man who reportedly jumped off the eastbound twin span.  Read more...

One dead in St. John Parish shooting

The St. John Parish Sheriff's Office is investigating a Sunday morning shooting death.  Read more...

Suspects wanted for attempted murder of NOPD officer

New Orleans Police are requesting the public's help in locating and identifying three male suspects wanted in connection with the Attempted Murder of an NOPD officer who was shot multiple times Sunday morning.  Read more...

1 dead in gas accident on offshore Louisiana platform

Chevron says a contractor has been killed during maintenance on a natural gas line off the Louisiana coast.  Read more...

Jefferson schools: $4.6M tab to educate immigrants

Louisiana Education Superintendent John White says Jefferson Parish expects to pay $4.6 million this school year to educate 533 immigrant children who entered the U.S. without an adult.  Read more...

Shrimpers back on the job without higher prices

Louisiana shrimpers are back on the water, and most of them returned after three days of what had been planned as a one-week strike for higher prices.  Read more...

Cops take on hogs in Jefferson Parish

With an estimated half-million wild pigs roaming Louisiana, there are few predators to curtail their numbers.Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office sharpshooters will be enlisted to reduce the size of the hog population on the parish's west bank.  Read more...

System falling apart in Gulf, weak front bringing some rain

Forecasters say an area of disturbed weather in the Gulf is falling apart and is not likely to develop. "The area of low pressure over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico is becoming less defined and the associated shower activity is decreasing... Read more

Slidell Police arrest high school student for online threat

Slidell Police have arrested a 16-year-old boy who was responsible for making the social media threats toward Salmen High School.  Read more...

Funeral Tuesday for music great Cosimo Matassa

Funeral services are planned for Tuesday for Cosimo Matassa, the legendary recording engineer and studio owner who died Thursday at age 88.  Read more...
Gulf Wave

Tropical wave in the Gulf

An area of low pressure has entered the Gulf of Mexico, just off the coast of Florida. The tropical wave in the eastern Gulf is expected to shift west across the central Gulf, headed toward Texas or north Mexico.  Read more...

Two killed, one injured in Friday shootings

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a double shooting in Gentilly that left a 24-year-old man dead and injured  a 26-year-old man.  Read more...

12 new West Nile virus infections in Louisiana

Louisiana's health department says 12 new West Nile virus infections in the state bring the year's total to 92. Three of the cases diagnosed this week are dangerous infections of the nervous system, bringing that total to 41.  Read more...

Massive new construction tool ready for NASA at Michoud

A massive structure described by NASA as the world's largest spacecraft welding tool has been completed at the Michoud Assembly Center in New Orleans, which was chosen in 2011 to build components of a major new rocket system.  Read more...

Louisiana DEQ objects to proposed CO2 rules

Louisiana's Department of Environmental Quality has released a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency, raising objections to EPA's proposed rules to reduce carbon emissions from power plants.  Read more...

Dulac Pontoon Bridge closed for 2 weeks

Terrebonne Parish officials say the Dulac Pontoon Bridge may be closed for the next two weeks for emergency repairs.  Read more...

Initial Louisiana unemployment claims fall

First-time claims for unemployment insurance in Louisiana for the week ending Sept. 6 decreased from the previous week's total.  Read more...
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is expected to play in Sunday's Saints game. Should he be?
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Hokie: Saints 0-2 start "sucks, it really does"

The Saints are off to an 0-2 start to the season, and color analyst Hokie Gajan puts the blame at the feet of the players. “You can’t continue to have the breakdowns that you have seen,” Gajan said. Read More

Report: Ingram out with broken hand, Saints won't comment

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram could miss the next four games with a hand injury, according to published reports. Coach Sean Payton today refused to confirm reports that Ingram broke his hand in the loss at Cleveland.  Read more...

Vikings: Peterson expected to play Sunday against Saints

The Minnesota Vikings say running back Adrian Peterson is expected to play Sunday in New Orleans. Peterson is charged with child abuse in Texas. In the eyes of a Texas grand jury, Peterson crossed the line when he repeatedly struck his son with a tree branch, or switch... Read more

Deke: CFB Top Ten, week four

The first weekend in October could be the biggest regular season in the history of the SEC with monster games like Ole Miss hosting Alabama, Auburn entertaining LSU, and Mississippi State welcoming in Texas A&M.  Do they play football anywhere else in America? Read More

Monday Morning QB: Brees says "we have to stick together"

Where do the Saints go from here?  Brees says they’ll rely heavily on the leaders and high character players on the team to pull out of an 0 and 2 hole. Read More

Kristian: Reality check! Saints are 0-2

In July when the Saints started training camp, nobody thought they would start the season 0 and 2, but it’s reality after a pair of gut wrenching losses in the final second of regulation and overtime. Now the Saints face an uphill battle to get back to .500 let alone the play offs. Read More

Bobby: Not pleased with Saints opening drives, P-Rob

The Cajun Cannon Bobby Hebert wasn’t happy with the Saints performance from the get go: “I don’t know if I’ve seen us start a game with back-to-back three and outs.” Read More

Browns beat Saints 26-24 on last-second kick

Billy Cundiff kicked a 29-yard field goal with three seconds left, giving the Cleveland Browns a 26-24 win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Read More

T-Bob: Nice win, but LSU still needs to work on focus, execution

The 31-0 win over UL Monroe combined with the 56-0 blanking of Sam Houston State gives the Tigers back to back shutouts for the first time since 1941! Read More

Peterson case creates new crisis for NFL

Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson's booking on a child abuse charge Saturday has created another crisis for the embattled NFL, already derided for not responding strongly enough to acts of domestic violence by its players.  Read more...
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