Girl missing from New Orleans East

The NOPD is seeking information to assist in locating a juvenile female reported as a runaway in the Seventh District.

Algiers shooting leaves man injured

New Orleans police are investigating a shooting in Algiers that left one person injured.

Bruce: Another Hot One As We May Break Another Record High

Another Record Hot Day On Tap

NOPD: 4 shot in Algiers Tuesday night

One victim is in critical condition.

Former St. Bernard correctional officer pleads guilty to denying medical help to inmate who later died

A former St. Bernard Parish correctional officer pleaded guilty Tuesday to violating the civil rights of an inmate who died in the St. Bernard Parish Prison in 2014, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.

  New Orleans man accused of trying to sell girl for sex

A New Orleans man is accused of trying to sell a 14-year-old girl for sex. Adolph Scott was arrested and has been ordered by the court to stay away from the victim and her family.

Rice University to offer full tuition for students with family incomes under $130,000

Rice University has announced a new program to expand scholarships for middle-class students.

2 teens arrested in Hollygrove park shooting

Police say the investigation is active and ongoing.

Michael Jordan donates $2M for hurricane relief in NC

The basketball legend's hometown was devastated by Hurricane Florence.

Report: Man fatally stabbed girlfriend after she did not defend him

The 52-year-old woman was found dead on the sidewalk in St. Claude.

  Heart of Louisiana: Ancient Native American dugout canoe

The oldest Native American dugout canoe ever found in Louisiana is on its way to being preserved for the future.

  Local home builders, the port concerned about fallout from escalating trade war

Escalating trade war between the U.S. and China worries the local home building industry and the port.

  Nicondra: Hot stretch continues with 4th consecutive record high

Look for at least one more hot day before we see a full shift to the winds moving inland off the Gulf of Mexico.

IRS warns of scams related to natural disasters

The Internal Revenue Service is warning the public about scammers trying to take advantage of those who want to help victims of major disasters.

General Motors recalls pickups, SUVs over brakes

General Motors is recalling about 41,000 pickup trucks and police sports utility vehicles because of loose brake pedals.

  Police look for suspects after two shootings in New Orleans East, one of them fatal

New Orleans police look for suspects in the fatal shooting of a convenience store clerk on Hayne Boulevard. Also looking for a suspect in the shooting of a Family Dollar manager on Crowder Blvd.

Mayor considering municipal auditorium as site for City Hall, report says

Residents of New Orleans might the municipal autditorium transformed into the new City Hall

  Jury hears chilling 911 tape of Des Allemands woman’s call before being murdered

A jury in Orleans Parish Criminal Court listened to the chilling 911 tape of a woman just moments before she was brutally murdered in New Orleans East.

  Someone actually threw out a casket with the garbage in Akron and we know the story behind who picked it up

A simple trip through an Akron neighborhood on Saturday morning began a viral mystery into a casket left in front of a house for trash pick up.

Late Summer Weather Continues

Rain Chances Stay Low

Terrebonne man killed in accident involving garbage truck

The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a two-vehicle crash that left one man dead.

  Attorneys: BRPD email says former officer accused of killing Alton Sterling was ‘borderline nuts’

A trial date has been set for a civil lawsuit case involving the death of Alton Sterling.

Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office corners homicide suspect

Residents near the Kenner city line woke up to find a large police presence and blocked streets.

  Wrath of Florence: Residents return to heartbreak in NC neighborhood

The Stoney Creek Plantation Subdivision near Wilmington, NC is underwater after flooding caused by Hurricane Florence.

JPSO: Accident causes traffic jam for Causeway commuters

A crash caused a traffic jam for Causeway commuters on Tuesday morning.

VIDEO: Man arrested after pummeling pelican off pedestal

Slidell Police have made an arrest on the person responsible for damaging a fiberglass pelican.

  Man shot to death in eastern New Orleans; persons of interest wanted for questioning

New Orleans police are investigating a homicide that claimed the life of a man in the Seventh District.

Bruce: Record Heat Continues

Bruce: More record Heat On The Way

  Body of baby swept away in floodwaters recovered

The rescue operation began around 8:30 p.m. on the 7700 block of NC 218 East in New Salem.

  Group hopes $10,000 donation encourages action nationwide after Nike ban

Several groups hope their donation makes a difference after a Nike ban was lifted in Kenner.

  Victim says he wants former church deacon charged and prosecuted

There's growing frustration for a victim who says former church deacon George Brignac raped him. That victim and his attorney want to know why the NOPD has not yet made an arrest.

Teenage girl missing from Bossier Parish

She was last seen leaving her high school in Haughton.

NOPD: Shooting reported in Fairgrounds area

The shooting was reported just before 7:15 p.m.

Tigers turn their focus to Louisiana Tech

LSU can't let their top 10 ranking get to their head.

  Council regulators want Entergy resiliency after large outage

Cat blamed for Entergy Power Outage affecting 7,500 customers.

  Louisiana Board of Medical Examiners votes in favor of lifting certain medical marijuana restrictions

State Board eliminates medical marijuana patient restrictions and 90-day return policy for doctor recommendations.

Lacombe man sentenced to life for raping woman in Mandeville

A 26-year-old man was handed a mandatory life-sentence after a jury found him guilty of first-degree rape last month, according to the District Attorney’s office.

  Study critiques efficiency of Criminal Court judges

Despite having a bigger workload, Orleans Criminal District Court judges manage to decrease the backlog of cases at Tulane and Broad. Still, a recent report shows not all judges are performing with the same efficiency.

Final Fifteen rankings: #13 E.D. White QB Lance Legendre

Legendre is committed to the Ragin' Cajuns

Sheriff: 2-year-old Livingston Parish boy fatally shoots himself

A two-year-old boy Livingston Parish shot himself in the face, according to the sheriff’s office.

  Heat to subside later this week

Near record heat continues

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  Heart of Louisiana: Ancient Native American dugout canoe
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