Covington Catholic student involved in incident at Washington, D.C. march releases statement

Videos of an incident involving Covington Catholic High School students, Native American marchers, and Black Hebrew Israelites have gone viral.

  Sec. 642: Saints fans launch petition, after Rams fans launched petition against ref

Shutdown goes on as Trump offer doesn’t budge Democrats

Saints fans sour after snuffed Super Bowl bid

Kamala Harris announces she will run for president

New video shows more of incident involving Kentucky high school students at Indigenous Peoples March

Irbesartan blood pressure tablets recalled due to unexpected impurity

Continued Coverage

HPD: Endangered/missing children located

A Sunny Monday-Cool Temps

Mother found passed out on top of 1-year-old charged after his death

Suspect accused of killing 4, including baby, shot dead by deputies to save young girl

NFL head referee didn’t see controversial no-call on Tommylee Lewis pass play

Juan’s World: The Ref Said What?

JPSO: Deputy injured in crash while escorting vehicle away from Superdome

The deputy was on a motorcycle escorting a vehicle away from the Superdome when another vehicle ran through an intersection.

Passed Out: Saints contact NFL about non-call on critical play

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton said he called the league office about a pass interference play that could have helped seal the win for New Orleans.

  Kicked Out: Rams end Saints playoff, win with overtime field goal

The Saints play the Rams in the final game before the Super Bowl.

At 30-day mark, shutdown impasse remains over border funding

The criticism of his "compromise" from both Republicans and Democrats underscored Trump's boxed in-position as he tries to win at least some Democratic buy-in without alienating his base.

  Saints fans watching in French Quarter dejected after stunning loss

Saints fan tosses TV after heartbreaking missed call

New Orleans gun buy-back cut short after large crowds turn out

Appeals from both sides in Bourbon St. shooting rejected by Supreme Court

Juan’s World: Top 5 Playoff Memories

PHOTOS: Saints fans cheer so loudly, parts of Superdome ceiling falls

  Nicondra: Frigid conditions to kick off Monday

Winds die down late with clear skies that will mean very cold temperatures overnight.

Section 642: Saints owner Gayle Benson leads Superdome in Who Dat chant

Saints owner Gayle Benson had the honor of leading the Superdome in the tradition pregame Who Dat chant.

Clemson’s White House fast food feast gets the ‘Saturday Night Live’ treatment

The show’s cold open shows the president playing Deal or No Deal with suitcases that include deals that could end the government shutdown.

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP: Saints inactive list

The New Orleans saints announced their final list of inactives for Sunday’s NFC Championship game.

Saints Fan Pics: Who Dat Nation shows off their black and gold spirit

One thing the New Orleans Saints can count on is the spirit and the pride of the Who Dat Nation.

Drew Brees to wear custom designed cleats for NFC Championship

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees will be sporting a pair of custom designed cleats for Sunday’s NFC Championship game.

Mother, her boyfriend arrested after toddler dies of ‘brutal blunt force trauma’

The suspects are both being held without bond on various charges related to the boy’s death, sexual abuse and child pornography.

Mexican pipeline explosion kills 73, leaves nightmare of ash

Video footage showed flames shooting high into the night sky and screaming people running from the explosion, some burning and waving their arms.

Accused child predator used ‘Fortnite’ to lure teen into sexual relationship, deputies say

Authorities say the suspect and a co-conspirator communicated with as many as 20 victims of child pornography through the popular online game “Fortnite.”

Tulane to receive $5 million endowment for interdisciplinary post

Tulane University says a board member has pledged $5 million to endow a professorship that covers multiple areas.

Businesses near the Superdome prepare for a big weekend

With the Saints hosting the NFC championship game Sunday (Jan. 19), bars and restaurants near the Superdome are expecting big business, and they’re planning accordingly.

Tornado devastates Downtown Wetumpka

There is significant damage in downtown Wetumpka from a tornado that hit the city Saturday afternoon.

Remembering Sgt. Carter: Family, friends speak at funeral of fallen B’ham officer

A funeral was held for fallen Birmingham Police Sgt. Wytasha Carter Saturday at Legacy Arena.

Saints fans flock from around the continent to New Orleans ahead of championship game

Die-hard Saints fans from Canada and Denver visit New Orleans for the Championship Game.

FOUND: Lafourche Parish teen found safe

The 14-year-old was reported missing from his Raceland home on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019. (Source: LPSO)

Shreveport celebrates the life and legacy of Police Officer Chatéri Payne

Shreveport mourns the loss of Officer Chatéri Payne, a mother, daughter and advocate for justice.

RTA: Canal St. streetcar line running normally after temporary closure

An electrical malfunction shut down a large portion of the Canal Street line Saturday afternoon (Jan. 19).

State Police: New Orleans man killed in motorcycle crash in St. Bernard

The 43-year-old man was not wearing a helmet when he lost control of his motorcycle early Saturday (Jan. 19).

Nicondra: Windy and cold weather to finish the weekend

Now that the rain has pushed east cold temperatures are taking over with very gusty winds as well.

NOPD searching for missing man traveling from California

The New Orleans Police Department is asking for the public’s help locating a man who was reported missing on his return to New Orleans.

Davis could be out two weeks with finger injury

Davis suffered the injury in a loss to Portland

NOPD investigating shooting in St. Roch neighborhood

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting in the St. Roch neighborhood Saturday morning.

Big League Chew to feature female on pouch for first time

For years, the shredded gum’s pouch has featured a big muscle-bound man, but the company says it’s excited to introduce their newest female character to the world.

Woman carjacked while attempting to leave Gentilly business

The New Orleans Police Department says a woman was carjacked Friday night in the parking lot of a Gentilly business.

Turning Windy and Colder

As showers and storms move east with the cold front, we will be turning cooler and breezier through the afternoon hours. A Wind Advisory will be in effect for the south shore and coastal areas from 3 PM to 6 AM tomorrow.

Funeral underway for slain SPD Officer Chatéri Payne

Officer Chatéri Payne will be laid to rest today as her funeral services will be held.


A strong cold front is approaching the area sparking rain and a few strong storms.

Man found shot to death in Westwego

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a fatal shooting in unincorporated Westwego Friday night.

Gulf coast casinos look to capitalize on championship game

Mississippi’s gulf coast is gearing up for the big championship weekend. It’s the closest place you can put money on the game and that has casinos in the area banking on big crowds thanks to the boys in black and gold.

NOPD: Teen arrested after being caught attempting to put gas in stolen vehicle

The New Orleans Police Department says a teen was arrested after he was caught attempting to put gas into a stolen vehicle.

Saints fans start celebration ahead of Sunday’s game

Saints fans are definitely gearing up for a big weekend.

City’s new police chief takes the oath, reaches out to community

The city has a new top cop. Commander Shaun Ferguson was sworn in as New Orleans Police Superintendent during a ceremony outside Gallier Hall.

Saints Announcer Mark Romig says last Sunday’s game was the loudest he’s heard

Saints announcer Mark Romig says the dome was so loud last Sunday some of his calls couldn’t be heard. Romig believes the Who Dat Nation and a couple of angels in the Saints corner could send the team to the Super Bowl.

Surveillance video captures suspect swiping 95-year-old man’s wallet

A 95-year-old man says he was buying fish at a Chinatown market when a man suddenly snatched his wallet.

Saintsations and super fans ready for Championship Game

Saintsations and Saints super fans prepare for bittersweet last home game.

Who Dats says they’ll be even louder in the Dome this week

Saints fans say ‘challenge accepted’. They are already planning to be even louder this Sunday.

Report: Saints TE Ben Watson inactive for Sunday

Ben Watson is listed as inactive for Sunday's game.

Sony and RCA record labels sever ties with R. Kelly

The record labels have remained silent in light of mounting pressure following a documentary on the singer.

Storms Saturday-Windy And Colder behind It

Stormy Saturday-A Cold Sunday

  AP: Rams vs. Saints - Here’s what’s to look for

The Saints and Rams meet in an NFC Championship clash of two 14-3 teams

Sean Payton and Sean McVay share similarities as head coaches

Sean Fazende breaks down the similarities between Sean Payton and Sean McVay

Police make arrest in fatal Christmas Day double shooting

The New Orleans Police Department has made an arrest in connection with a fatal double shooting on Christmas Day in Algiers.

New NOPD police chief sworn in at Gallier Hall

The City of New Orleans has a new top officer.

Democrats said Russians tried to hack DNC after midterms

According to court documents, the Democratic National Committee said it was the subject of an attempted hack in the days after the 2018 midterm elections, probably by Russian intelligence.

Skier dies after avalanche in NM; 1 in critical condition

A skier has died and another is in critical condition after being buried by an avalanche in New Mexico.

LSU fraternity shut down; university investigation launched

The LSU chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon has been shut down, and the university is now conducting a full investigation on the chapter, according to LSU media relations on Friday.

Severe storm risk Saturday morning

Level 1 & 2 risk for severe storms Saturday

ICE detained Marine with PTSD after incident

A judge ordered him released on his own recognizance, but authorities in Kent County, MI, turned him over to ICE instead. ICE held him for three days.

Disabled woman raped, impregnated in care facility in Florida, lawsuit says

The family says she was in no position to give consent because of her profound intellectual disabilities, a neurological disorder called Rett syndrome and other physical ailments. A multi-agency investigation has been launched into Pensacola Cluster, an intermediate-care facility.

Rams player doesn’t think the Dome will be loud; Payton: Here’s when you should scream

Saints Head Coach Sean Payton said he knows the crowd will be loud, but he has a specific request for the Who Dat Nation.

Stormy Start to Saturday

Patchy fog is possible through around 10 AM, then mostly cloudy skies are expected. Highs will be about 10 degrees above average today in the low 70s.

Teen with replica gun shot, killed by police

Authorities say officers in the city of Tempe reported a suspect burglarizing a car Tuesday and that he ran away holding what appeared to be a handgun.

Recall: Chicken nuggets may contain wood pieces

The company became aware of the situation after three consumer complaints were filed. There are no reports of related illnesses from the apparent contamination.

Huntsville IHOP shooter kills employee, is killed by victim’s son

Huntsville police say gunfire exchange inside the IHOP on Drake Avenue turned deadly Wednesday night.

Protesters, supporters speak about controversial OPSB vice president- elect

Some people were furious with a decision by the Orleans Parish School Board and one of its board members after she made controversial comments about LGBT students.

Army Times retracts story about sergeant Saints fan who claimed he saved man’s life

The Army soldier who claimed he used his Saints sweatshirt and a ballpoint pen to save the life of a Texas man apparently made up the story.

Bill to regulate microchipping employees introduced

A Central Arkansas lawmaker said this week that his bill to regulate the microchipping of employees will protect the rights of employees, with his bill being the first in the United States to do so.

Local immigration courts impacted by government shutdown

President Donald Trump remains a harsh critic of U.S. laws that allow illegal immigrants to be released into society while their asylum petitions take years to wade through the courts.