When a police officer loses their life in Louisiana, fellow officers pay tribute, usually at an annual memorial. But, one Jefferson Parish deputy decided to take it a step further, putting a photo of the fallen officer on the side windows of an old patrol unit car.
If you want to hear authentic Cajun music and see how the south Louisiana music is being passed down from one generation to the next, just head on over to the Vermilionville weekly jam sessions in Lafayette.
Before her tragic and untimely death, Nancy Parker won five Emmy’s over the course of her career -- the first for a 2001 piece that told the story of a plantation on River Road, where many lived in servitude long after slavery ended.
Kathleen Babineaux Blanco, the first woman to be elected governor of Louisiana, died Sunday (Aug. 18), at the age of 76. Blanco, a Democrat, served as Louisiana’s 54th Governor from January 2004 to January 2008.
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.
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.
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.
With the 2020 quadrennial assessments, homes are seeing double and triple their previous value, a local realtor fears those higher property taxes may keep potential homeowners from buying in New Orleans.
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.
She doesn't go to LSU anymore and she doesn't even live in Louisiana anymore, but Ginger Burk is tired of seeing how bad the LSU library looks. She's started a GoFundMe campaign page on her own, hoping to raise money for a new library.
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.
With more sightings of a pack of coyotes roaming the Irish Channel, one resident said the animals are not afraid of humans. And, she said the neighborhood is being told they'll have to pay out of pocket for their removal -- possibly costing $8,000.
Ochsner Health System awarded recent Xavier University of Louisiana graduate Sarah Bertrand its inaugural Ochsner Health System Medical School Scholarship for LSU Health Shreveport – School of Medicine - which will cover cost of tuition and fees for her to attend the four-year medical school program