A pretrial hearing is set Tuesday for the woman accused in the killing of a Metairie father and son.
Haraquon DeGruy, 18, is expected in the Gretna Courthouse Tuesday afternoon. She's accused in the "execution" of David and Nicholas Pence on April 22 at the family's Metairie home.
A vigil is scheduled Tuesday for Milan Arriola, the slain niece of musician Kermit Ruffins and the daughter of a NOPD officer and NOFD captain.
Arriola, 20, was shot and killed Friday night in Gentilly while she was riding in a car. She was not the intended target of the shooting, police say.
A bicyclist is dead following a Monday night hit-and-run in the Marigny.
The incident happened around 10:30 p.m. Monday in the 600 block of Elysian Fields Avenue.
Officers say that the bicyclist was traveling lake-bound in the far right lane near the shoulder when he was struck by an unknown vehicle.
Over 100 abandoned vehicles are up for auction, all of which have been discarded on neighborhood streets or left unclaimed by residents with excessive parking fines and fees.
On Tuesday, New Orleans' Department of Public Works (DPW) will hold its third abandoned vehicle auction of 2015.
High pressure looks as though it will keep us mostly dry for the next seven days.
The high will limit the amount of vertical development of clouds, but also heat us up.
Highs by the weekend and early next week could approach the mid and upper 90s. Find some shade and stay hydrated!
The tropics remain quiet.