Those who knew her and many who did not gathered in Treme to celebrate the life of Nancy Parker, as well as long-time radio host CJ Morgan, who died earlier this week, for a traditional New Orleans sendoff.
A longtime air show pilot with decades of experience was at the controls of an stunt plane when it tragically crashed in New Orleans East Friday afternoon (Aug. 18), fatally injuring him and his passenger -- FOX 8′s Nancy Parker.
With a new set of short term rental rules and regulations, many are eager to see them enforced. But first, some city council members want to make sure the money set aside for enforcement is actually being spent on it.
Almost one year after Pennsylvania’s attorney general called for statute of limitations reform for sexual abuse, survivors and activists are asking for those same changes here in Louisiana, so victims can pursue justice.
City Council must make a decision on two ordinances that would change New Orleans’ zoning laws Thursday (Aug. 8), bringing in new rules for short-term rentals. But, there might be some last minute proposals that could complicate the vote.
People across the country feel the heartache in El Paso, Dayton and Gilroy, including those here in the New Orleans metro area. But, they’re not just mourning the loss of over two dozen lives, they’re asking questions and looking for answers.
After months of testing, medical marijuana is expected to be available to Louisiana patients on Tuesday (Aug. 6), according to the state’s Department of Agriculture and Forestry. But, getting it might not be easy.
The former Warwick Hotel has been sitting abandoned in the heart of the Central Business District since Hurricane Katrina. But now, after more than a decade of falling into blight, the 12-story building is finally up for renovation.
Some Entergy customers are concerned a new piece of equipment could be causing their power bills to skyrocket. Since the company installed smart meters in parts of Jefferson and Orleans parishes, they say they've seen their bills double.
NOPD Chief Ferguson said the officers did not have permission to initiate a chase and they turned their body cameras off before doing so -- violating department protocol. That chase ended in a fiery crash that killed three people.
The Orleans Parish School Board’s Superintendent touts changes and releases a formal apology to John F. Kennedy seniors. This, after a number of students who thought they’d earned their diploma learned they had more credits to earn.