Slidell PD arrests suspect accused of robbing 92-year-old WWII veteran

The Slidell Police Department says they have arrested a man accused of robbing a 92-year-old World War II veteran.

Remains of Louisiana sailor killed in Pearl Harbor attack identified

Interior secretary Zinke to leave administration by end of year, Trump says

22 arrested in Livingston Parish as part ‘Operation Naughty List’ drug sting

Witness recalls moments after a high-speed chase ended in tragedy

Texas judge dismantles Obamacare, ruling individual mandate unconstitutional

Alton Sterling’s son accused of raping child; bond set

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City officials worry about new reported Trump policy regarding Vietnamese

9-year-old collecting toys for Children’s Hospital patients

State doesn’t supervise bus drivers in Orleans Parish

Brees receives the most fan votes for the NFL Pro Bowl

Cassidy: Sweeping health care reform troubled, but tweaks are coming

  Slidell PD searching for suspect who robbed 92-year-old WWII veteran

The Slidell Police Department is asking for the public's help identifying and locating a man accused of robbing a 92-year-old World War II veteran inside of his home Thursday.

83-year-old Vietnam War veteran receives Ph. D. from LSU despite setbacks

After pursuing the academic degree for most of his life, a Vietnam War veteran received his Ph. D. from Louisiana State University Friday.

Johnson & Johnson knew its baby powder was often tainted with asbestos for years, report says

A Reuters investigation found that for decades, Johnson & Johnson sought to hide the fact that in many cases cancer-causing asbestos contaminated the talc that was used to produce its talcum powder products.

David: Nice winter days ahead

Little changes over the next week

JPSO: Passenger in stolen car dies after driver flees from officers

Sorry, Lululemon is not recruiting brand ambassadors through Instagram

Man sentenced to life in prison for murder in Pines Village double-shooting

Sheriff: 2 wanted for fraudulent withdrawals at ATMS in South Lafourche

‘Let this Lamborghini light your fire,’ pastor says while giving wife $200k luxury SUV - he’s now defending the purchase

Facebook bug gave third parties access to photos for 6.8 million accounts

Saints name Jermon Bushrod Ed Block Courage Award winner

Bushrod and his wife, Jessica, had their newborn daughter, Jordyn, die in October

JPSO deputy shot in line of duty returns home

A Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy who was shot in Metairie Sunday night has returned home from the hospital.

Armored truck deposits cash on highway in NJ

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Rich family offering a photographer $100k to travel the world and take photos of them

You get sick pay and 30 days of vacation time, but you have to be ready to go at a moment's notice.

Friday is National Free Shipping Day

The website has a comprehensive list of stores with online deals. Deals also include guaranteed delivery by Christmas Day, in many cases.

Man in cocaine shirt accused of spray painting the word cocaine all over Bourbon Street, report says

According to a report by our partners at | The Times-Picayune, crime cameras caught Sean Harrington spray painting the graffiti early on Dec. 3.

  Michael Cohen claims Trump knew hush money payments wrong

Michael Cohen — who for more than a decade was a key power player in the Trump Organization and a fixture in Trump's political life — said he "gave loyalty to someone who, truthfully, does not deserve loyalty." Cohen spoke in an interview with ABC that aired Friday on "Good Morning America."

Toyota recalls address possible restraint, braking issues

Thursday, the auto maker recalled nearly 90,000 Land Cruisers and Lexus LX-570 vehicles from the past decade over a safety issue that involves the front passenger seat belt.

NASA moves largest piece of test hardware for new space rocket to barge

The equipment was for America’s new deep space rocket.

Woman seriously injured in bear attack in PA

Melinda Lebarron was outside of her home with her dog when she was attacked by a bear Wednesday evening.

Arrest made in connection with fatal shooting near Dillard University

The New Orleans Police Department said 18-year-old Abdul Madison was arrested Thursday for the shooting that left Melvin Carter dead.

Grand Jury indicts man in rape of 12-year-old

According to a report issued by the office of Leon Cannizzaro, Ira Toney Jr, 24, is charged with two counts of sexual battery of a juvenile and one count of indecent behavior with a juvenile for the assaults in late 2015 and early 2016.

Mueller rejects Flynn’s argument that FBI interview was deceptive

Mueller’s office submitted a response on Friday to Flynn’s sentencing memo, which itself was submitted earlier this week.

Senate rebukes Trump, Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi, Yemen war

Although the resolutions are largely symbolic — because it's unclear if they will be considered by the House — passage Thursday showed senators seeking to assert oversight of Trump administration foreign policy and the relationship with Saudi Arabia.

Clouds And Sprinkles Give Way To A Nice Weekend Ahead

Clouds And Light Rain Ends Later Today-A Nice weekend Is Ahead

Containment, clean-up continues in Port Sulphur oil spill

Dozens of boats and more than 100 workers are trying to clean up and contain an oil spill in Plaquemines Parish. We know nearly 5,000 gallons of oil and water has been collected, but there’s still plenty more work to be done.

App Development Certification approved for Louisiana public schools

App Development Certification approved for Louisiana public schools

Company offers $100k to live without smartphone for a year

The experiment is meant to challenge monotony and encourage the contestant to do something unique with their time.

Graves threatens sanctions against HUD for 2016 flood aid delays

U.S. Representative Garret Graves threatened to essentially sue the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) over delays in delivering aid to 2016 flood victims who could not get their money because of the duplication of benefits problem.

Outrage after video captures bus driver hitting student

A cell phone video of a bus ride home shows an apparent attack on a child by the bus driver.Now, one parent tells us his son was terrified to ride the bus after the incident.

City Councilman Jay Banks tapped to represent the council on the S&WB’s board of directors

New Orleans City Councilman Jay Banks has been chosen to represent the full city council on the board of directors of the troubled Sewerage and Water Board.

Alvin Kamara on his relationship with Mark Ingram: ’It’s like a brotherhood’

Ingram is in his 8th year with the Saints

La. one step closer to funding interstate expansion project

The state is one step closer to funding the interstate expansion project that would add lanes from the Mississippi River Bridge to the 10/12 split in Baton Rouge.

CCST says it re-directed complainants against Strain to feds

North Shore watchdog group weighs in on new allegations against former Sheriff Jack Strain.

Terron Armstead limited in practice on Thursday

Armstead has missed the last four games

Brees on getting the 1-seed in the NFC: ’It’s great to be in a position where you control your own destiny’

Saints at Panthers, Monday 7:15 p.m.

Police: SC mother facing four felonies after the remains of two newborns were found

A woman has been charged with four felonies after giving birth to two babies and then allegedly killing them, according to the North Myrtle Beach Police Department.

NOPD arrests suspect in connection with Gentilly murder

The New Orleans Police Department has arrested a suspect in connection with a homicide in Gentilly.

Metairie man arrested in connection with Veterans Boulevard bar robbery

A Metairie man was arrested Wednesday in connection with the robbery of a bar on Veterans Boulevard, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Officers seize 8.6 lbs. of heroin during traffic stop on North Shore

Deputies in St. Tammany Parish seized approximately 8.6 pounds of black tar heroin during a traffic stop Wednesday, according to the sheriff’s office.

Drier weather ahead

Low rain chances into next week

N.O. Councilman Jay Banks chosen to serve on Sewerage and Water Board

New Orleans City Councilman Jay Banks has been selected to the Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans following a special meeting on Thursday.

Bomb threats sent to businesses, universities and media nationwide

Threats are being sent in to create mass disruption.

Miss. Supreme Court denies appeal for former Hancock Co. coach convicted of touching a child

Leslie Danielle DeWitt, an ex-teacher and former high school basketball coach convicted of having sex with a student, will not get a new trial according to a decision by the Mississippi Supreme Court.

NOPD: Man robbed by kids armed with shotgun

Two juveniles armed with a shotgun tried to rob a man in the Gert Town neighborhood on Wednesday morning.

Man charged with sexual assault in two cold cases

An Angola prison inmate has been charged with two sexual assaults in New Orleans that happened in the early 1990s.

‘Adulting Day’ teaches local high school seniors how to cook, change a tire, pay bills

Bullitt Central High School seniors had time to spend on topics other than math and English during an Adulting Day event Wednesday.

As protectors abandon Trump, investigation draws closer

Though Cohen broke down during his sentencing hearing Wednesday, Trump remained uncharacteristically quiet, his Twitter feed still while he ignored shouted questions about his former attorney at a White House event. But Trump has been far from silent during the monthslong Cohen saga.

NOPD officer injured during training exercise

According to NOPD, it has not been determined whether or not the accident happened because of the rain, or an issue with one of the tires on the bike.

Boy Scouts of America considers filing for bankruptcy, report says

The organization is one of the largest youth groups in the country.

Man pleads guilty to 4th DWI in Assumption Parish

A 28-year-old Assumption Parish man pleaded guilty to his fourth DWI last week, according to the district attorney’s office.

NOPD: Person-of-interest sought in multiple vehicle thefts

The New Orleans Police Department is searching for a person of interest wanted in connection with multiple auto thefts.

NOPD searching for suspects who burglarized unmarked unit

The vehicle targeted was an unmarked NOPD vehicle, according to the report.

Son has nowhere to hide when Mom embarrasses him on camera at basketball game

Mandy Remmell went for it when the 'fan cam' pointed at her during a Kelly Clarkson song. Her son may never forgive her.

Grand Jury indicts Slidell man in separate rapes of two juvenile girls

According to District Attorney Warren Montgomery said James Bishop, 67, was indicted on two counts of aggravated rape of a victim under 13, two counts of molestation of a juvenile, and production of pornography involving juveniles.

$50,000 Powerball ticket sold in Slidell

The ticket was sold at the Racetrac #380 on 1720 Gause Boulevard.

Coast Guard continues response to Rattle Snake Bayou oil spill

The Coast Guard is continuing to respond to a well discharging a mixture of crude oil, gas, and water near Port Sulphur.

Afternoon showers, heavy downpours likely across South Mississippi on Thursday

Rain with the possibility of severe weather will be moving into South Mississippi Thursday afternoon but at least it won’t be as cold as it’s been over the last week.

Bones found in family home ID’d as father missing for decades

One night back in 1961, Mike Carroll's father, George, disappeared. The explanations for his father's disappearance never sat well with the son.

Suspect identified in South Broad Street shooting

NOPD said the suspect, Tyrone Catchings, is wanted for aggravated battery by shooting and illegal discharge of a firearm.

Special meeting called to determine council representative for S&WB

The meeting comes after New Orleans voters decided Saturday to appoint someone to the Beleaguered Board.

Trump’s 10 terrorists: The evolution of a statistic

These 10 do not exist, except as a federal statistic that Trump and his vice president put through a rhetorical grinder in service of describing emigrants from Mexico as a menace.

Shelby: Rain expected today

Rain is likely today with a few storms after lunch time.

Rain & Storms Today

Rain is likely today with a few storms after lunch time. 1-2 inches of rain seems likely, and a few spots could see a bit more.

Vitaminwater bets $100,000 you can’t go a year without your smartphone

Vitaminwater is actually offering $100,000 to the person who can go without their smartphone for 365 days.

Toyota, Lexus vehicles recalled again due to possible Takata airbag explosions

Thousands of Toyota and Lexus vehicles in the US are being recalled due to a problem with Takata replacement airbags, according to a new report.

Boy, 11, changes last name from ‘Trump’ due to bullying

While his parents work on getting his name legally changed, the boy will be going by his father’s last name at school.

Would-be burglar rescued after getting stuck in restaurant grease vent for 2 days

The sheriff’s office says the man was physically exhausted and suffering from dehydration. He was taken to the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.