Nicole Mumphrey

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NOPD: Toddler shot in N.O. East

New Orleans Police locate 33-year-old

  French Quarter Fest set for Fall 2021

NOPD seeks 57-year-old woman reported as missing

NOPD searching for 14-year-old girl who ran away after argument

LDH: 2,900 new cases of COVID-19 reported Wednesday; deaths surpass 8,000

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Police seeking dirt bike thief

  VIDEO: New partnership with LaSPCA for animal control dispatching services

  VIDEO: Completion of ‘Moving New Orleans Bikes’ project on Elysian Fields

  Jefferson Parish Council discusses moving forward with Carnival celebrations

New Orleans Public School nurses receive COVID-19 vaccine

Three arrested, one sought for St. Bernard Parish homicide

  VIDEO: City of New Orleans seek volunteers to assist at COVID vaccine sites

  JPSO investigating officer-involved shooting in Metairie after attempting to serve warrant

NOPD investigating domestic homicide in St. Claude neighborhood

Extensive damage to water main break in Kenner; repairs underway

New Orleans Fire Dept. battles early morning fire at abandoned building

Federal judge won’t dismiss tax fraud charges against Orleans DA-Elect Jason Williams

At least 8 people shot, including 2 juveniles, since Friday

State Fire Marshal’s Office investigating LaPlace church fire

Fireplace inside Lakeview home causes 2-alarm fire; second fire reported at Algiers apartment complex

  Modified Phase 1 restrictions go into effect Friday

La alcaldesa Cantrell anuncia que Nueva Orleans volverá a la Fase 1 modificada

Archdiocese of New Orleans, SNAP, often at odds, meet to discuss path forward amid church sex abuse

  Mayor Cantrell kicks off Carnival season with scaled-down Kings’ Day event

5 things to know as NOLA Public Schools shift to distance learning

12 people displaced from 3-alarm fire in Central City

Three arrested in connection with drowning of 18-month-old inside Harrah’s hotel room

New Orleans Saints selling tickets for 12 new field level suites

Study: Reopening K-12 schools did not increase hospitalizations when COVID-19 cases were low