Funeral plans for fallen Slidell Police officer Jason Seals announced

Jason Seals passed away from injuries he sustained in September during an on-duty motorcycle accident in September.
 Who Dats revel in Philly blowout
JPSO investigating body found in Waggaman ditch
JPSO: Man killed in Metairie shooting

After Further Review: 2018 Saints are so New Orleans

Sean Fazende says the Saints are embodying New Orleans

TODAY'S HEADLINES

NOPD: Officer injured by shoplifting suspect attempting to escape
The officer was knocked to the ground and injured while trying to stop the suspect from escaping.
Saints win streak extends to nine games after blowout win over the Eagles
Saints host Falcons Thursday night
Coast Guard: Cleanup planned for more than 1,500 gallons of oil spilled in La. marsh
The spill was reported near Dulac Thursday afternoon (Nov. 15), according to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Lanard Fournette shines in his first significant action for LSU

Leonard Fournette's brother also starred at St. Augustine

Man injured in Sunday morning shooting

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating an early morning shooting in New Orleans East.
LDWF recovers bodies of father and son after boating accident on Lake Pontchartrain
Pelicans improve to 7-1 at home after beating the Nuggets, 125-115
  Boil water advisory creates headache for residents, restaurants

NATIONAL HEADLINES

Death of young Thai kickboxer brings focus on dangers
Trump says 'no reason' for him to hear Khashoggi death tape
Will Kelly stay or won't he? Trump praises, criticizes aide

In smoldering wildfire ruins, life goes on for a hardy few

A small group of residents who survived the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century are staying put and trying to live amid the ashen ruins

Harry Reid's political machine keeps humming in Nevada

Harry Reid may no longer lead Senate Democrats in Washington, but the political machine he built in Nevada has Republicans on the run

WE INVESTIGATE

  Zurik: State senator’s sick time use is ‘criminal,’ law expert says

A statement from from La. Sen. Wesley Bishop's public relations representative raises serious questions about use of sick leave.

Zurik: Councilman hands out dozens of contracts to businessman in inner-circle

Since Mark Spears took office in 2012, a company called Exceptional Inspections has been hired 43 times in Jefferson Parish, almost all of which was for work in Spear's district.

New lawsuit filed against Catholic Church in N.O. details alleged sexual abuse at orphanage

Four men have come forward claiming they endured sexual and physical abuse at the orphanage and youth home, Madonna Manor and Hope Haven, when they were boys in the late 1970s and 80s.

SPORTS

After Further Review: 2018 Saints are so New Orleans

Newly signed receiver Brandon Marshall inactive for Saints-Eagles

Eagles (4-5) at Saints (8-1), 3:25 p.m. on FOX 8

COAST IN CRISIS

Report: Grant to plan wetlands restoration between Bucktown and Bonnabel in Jefferson Parish

According to our partners NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune, the $400,000 grant will restore wetlands from the Bonnabel Boat Launch to Bucktown.

La. governor speaks at summit on state’s coastal future

Governor John Bel Edwards joined a summit Wednesday to discuss the future of Louisiana’s coastlines.