NOFD attempts to rescue kitten from under Crescent City Connection

The New Orleans Fire Department is currently working to rescue a cat stuck under the Crescent City Connection Bridge.

Drew Brees ‘passes the torch’ to Zion Williamson with a note

The New Orleans Pelicans gave the city of New Orleans something to get excited about when they drafted Zion Williamson with the first overall pick of the 2019 NBA Draft.

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Orleans DA asks La. Attorney General’s Office to investigate unlicensed public defender

  North Shore teen anglers win National High School fishing tournament

NOPD: 2 teenagers injured, 1 in critical condition after Desire shooting

  TODAY: City leaders to discuss ways to combat juvenile crime

Drew Brees ‘passes the torch’ to Zion Williamson with a note

The New Orleans Pelicans gave the city of New Orleans something to get excited about when they drafted Zion Williamson with the first overall pick of the 2019 NBA Draft.
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R. Kelly back in court Wednesday on sex-related charges

R. Kelly is charged with 21 sex-related charges, including four counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault.

Two shot on I-10 Wednesday morning

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Missing 22-year-old boater’s body found in Lake Salvador

  NOPD shootout at CVS justified but avoidable, expert says

  Wildlife control expert: Irish Channel coyotes ‘terribly dangerous,' should be euthanized

St. Bernard at risk of losing flood management systems

  Tensions between U.S. and Iran could impact gas prices, La. oil industry

  Higgens Park property remains an eyesore years after it was torn down

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  Parents fight back as woman allegedly tries to kidnap children at Atlanta airport

The 26-year-old suspect is charged with kidnapping and obstructing an officer.

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  Cost of Choice: State Department of Education possibly breaking rules set up for voucher schools

The Louisiana Department of Education has allowed at least seven 'for-profit' schools into the state's scholarship program despite a rule saying that state and federal money cannot go to 'for-profit' schools.

  Ballistic evidence crucial in accused shooter case

Ballistic evidence from the June 18 scene of a double murder in Metairie became crucial in the investigation against accused shooter Sean Barrette.

Suspect in Metairie murders named person of interest in two New Orleans shootings

The New Orleans Police Department says a man who has been arrested in connection with three murders in Metaire is now considered a person of interest in two shootings in New Orleans East.

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Drew Brees ‘passes the torch’ to Zion Williamson with a note

US defeats Spain 2-1 to advance to World Cup quarterfinals

The women's team eked out a win over a tough team from Spain to advance in the tournament.

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  High Mississippi River brings unexpected crawfish population explosion

  Unlicensed public defender failed the ethics section of bar exam

  New Orleans leans on new methods to stop juvenile crime

  Videos show chaotic NOPD shootout at Prytania Street CVS

BR teen accused of killing father gets free legal help

Two Baton Rouge defense attorneys, Franz Borghardt and Jarrett Ambeau, say they will work at no charge to represent 17-year-old Anthony Templet.
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  13-year-old school bully punches N.J. mother, knocks her unconscious, family says

Prosecutors charged the suspect with one count each of aggravated assault and simple assault, and he was released to his parents.

LSU AgCenter recruiting people to taste king cake for study

  New Orleans police release explosive video of shootout at Uptown drug store

  MSY K-9 Krewe celebrates one year of relieving travel stress

Dusty skies will continue

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  High Mississippi River brings unexpected crawfish population explosion

Fishermen are trapping mudbugs by the thousands in Mardi Gras Pass thanks to the high waters of the Mississippi River.

  Fishermen pull up dead and dying oysters in areas affected by the Bonnet Carre Spillway opening

Fishermen in St. Bernard and Plaquemines Parishes had already complained about various cuts, both man-made and natural, that have made Breton Sound more fresh.