NOPD video shows aftermath of rollover crash involving NOPD officer arrested for impaired driving

Around 2 a.m. on November 15, NOPD Eighth District Sgt. Daniel McMullen struck the back on another vehicle on I-10 near the City Park Avenue exit while driving his marked NOPD SUV.

Doctor simulates COVID-19 patient’s last moments to encourage virus precautions

The doctor encourages everyone to take precautions to reduce the transmission of COVID-19, including mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing.

Brandon Ingram achieves major payday from the Pelicans

Ingram averaged 23 points a game this season for the Pels

TOP STORIES

NOPD arrests suspect in fatal Garden District double stabbing

  Local small businesses make adjustments due to pandemic; embrace online merchandising

  Most Louisiana bars to be forced to close

7-year-old and 15-year-old injured in St. Roch shooting

  Food outlets adjust to new Covid-Thanksgiving realities

Local restaurants and grocery stores are enjoying brisk business as customers prepare for Thanksgiving. They say some orders are up while others have dropped in the age of Covid.
  • National

November’s full beaver moon rises at month’s end

The November full moon was traditionally called the beaver moon by both colonial and Native Americans.

With rise in COVID-19 cases, Louisiana moves to ‘modified’ Phase 2

  Armstrong International seeing an increase in travel this holiday week

La. COVID-19 cases surge past national average; Jefferson Parish hit hard

665 new COVID-19 cases, 53 new deaths reported Tuesday in Mississippi

  Cars crash causing New Orleans commuters problems headed in from the Twin Spans

Court: Texas, Louisiana can end Planned Parenthood funding

  Shelby: Sunny & dry Tuesday, rain chances return Wednesday

  Local criminologist and local actor team up to provide sensitivity training for local law enforcement

  • National

  Millions stick to Thanksgiving travel plans despite warnings

Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urged Americans not to travel or spend the holiday with people outside their household.

WE INVESTIGATE

  Zurik: Newly hired RTA CEO has trail of ‘retaliation’ complaints, including a six-figure settlement to keep complaint quiet

On the job for just over a year, Regional Transit Authority CEO Alex Wiggins already has allegations of retaliation, like those at his previous public transit jobs, uncovered by FOX 8 Investigates.

  Crimetracker: Brazen attempted armed robbery in New Orleans East

Citywide, carjacking incidents spiked 118 percent, according to city-data.

Second battery case against OLOL doctor being investigated

The East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney’s office is now investigating a second case involving Our Lady of the Lake Dr. Shane McKinney, the 9News Investigators have learned.

  Zurik: Councilmember asks state board to deny Folgers request for retroactive tax exemptions

  CRIMETRACKER: Carjackings spike in New Orleans 106 percent

  Crimetracker: Rise in violence across New Orleans

SPORTS

Brandon Ingram achieves major payday from the Pelicans

Report: Pelicans Extending Steven Adams Contract

Saints DE Trey Hendrickson racking up sacks in 2020

SEC reschedules some Nov. 28 games after COVID-19 forces postponements

The Arkansas at Missouri football game of November 28 has been postponed, resulting in the rescheduling of games that include Vanderbilt playing at Missouri on November 28 and the postponement of the Tennessee at Vanderbilt game originally scheduled for November 28.

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  Air of Uncertainty: Judge’s ruling reinvigorates St. John citizens’ lawsuit against Denka-Dupont

Gulfport-Biloxi International prepares for holiday travel during pandemic

  Already struggling businesses miss out on more business with loss of Bayou Classic weekend

Krewe of Bacchus announces virtual 2021 Mardi Gras plans

  Dedicated group of people provide critical lifeline for seniors amid pandemic

When the pandemic began, it threatened a critical lifeline for so many seniors in our area. But thanks to a special group of people, the elderly didn't go hungry.
  • National Coronavirus

  3rd major COVID-19 vaccine shown to be effective and cheaper

AstraZeneca is the third major drug company to report late-stage results for a potential COVID-19 vaccine as the world anxiously waits for scientific breakthroughs that will bring an end to a pandemic that has wrought economic devastation and resulted in nearly 1.4 million confirmed deaths.

Coast Mardi Gras parade first to be canceled due to COVID risks

  Louisiana knows what percentage of COVID-19 vaccines to expect; has vaccination playbook

  Flu activity low in Louisiana during the ongoing pandemic

  Rain chances increase as holiday nears

COAST IN CRISIS

  Coast in Crisis: Rising seas and sinking land challenge Louisiana coastal effort

Louisiana has talked about its coastal land loss for years but finally it’s doing something about the problem.

  A camp owner’s “island paradise” stands up to the 2020 hurricane season

Late season repairs may have come just in time

CRIMETRACKER

  Crimetracker: Brazen attempted armed robbery in New Orleans East

  CRIMETRACKER: Carjackings spike in New Orleans 106 percent

  Crimetracker: Rise in violence across New Orleans