NOPD: Man has bike stolen while walking on Lafitte Greenway

New Orleans Police say a biker was robbed early Saturday morning while walking on the Lafitte Greenway.

LSU moves up to the No. 1 recruiting class in the country for 2020 after landing 4-star TE Kole Taylor

  Colonels heavy favorites to win Southland Conference in 2019

  FOX 8 INVESTIGATION: New document that says Radium-226 still in Gert Town

Dogs evacuated due to Hurricane Barry now housed in a barn until homes can be found

Under Max Gruver Act, hazing now considered a felony

  NOPD releases video of brass band confrontation

Continued Coverage

  State investigates big fish kill at Myrtle Grove

St. Tammany Parish man convicted of killing 6-week-old son

  More rain expected next week

JPSO: Man posing as ride-sharing driver commits sexual battery

  Ohio judge forces busted graffiti artist to use toothbrush for painting punishment

Coroner identifies shooting suspect killed by JPSO deputies

NOPD: Woman struck with metal pipe, robbed outside of French Quarter

New Orleans Police say a woman was beaten and robbed outside of the French Quarter Thursday night.

NFL won’t suspend Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill in case involving son

The league said Friday it has not been given access to information in the court proceedings, and a district attorney in June said an investigation was dropped because officials couldn't prove who injured the boy.

NOPD: Two men shot near City Park Ave. and I-10

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting on City Park Avenue overnight that left two people injured.

  Marine faces charges after breaking into home, family terrified by horrific scene

A Bryan County mom and her kid are terrified after a man broke through the front window of their home in the middle of the night.

Man injured in New Orleans East shooting after attempted carjacking

  Shelby: Storms Increase Through Next Week

Louisiana 'weeks’ away from medical marijuana rollout

  Some residents blame smart meters for high energy bills, Entergy responds

  La. Fishermen ‘Put a little pressure’ on feds for funds

New Beginnings gives up 2 charter schools in New Orleans

  Cracking the Code: Senator’s bill looks to stop surprise medical bills

A bill in the U.S. Senate could help stop the surprise medical bills that cost Americans thousands each year.Senator Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, helped write the Stop Surprise Bills Act of 2019. A bill that has 27 co-sponsors, more than a quarter of the U.S. Senate.

  Stormy cold front expected next week

Rainy pattern likely

Businesses, students say better lighting needed where LSU student was struck by SUV

LSU students are weighing in on the intersection where a sophomore was hit and killed overnight Tuesday, July 16.

Endangered/Missing Child Alert issued for 16-year-old out of Greenville

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has issued an Endangered/Missing Child Alert for 16-year-old Kamrone Lee of Greenville.

Lake algae causes problems for North Shore sailing camp

Northshore youth sailing program launches boats in a pool rather than lake, due to algae

Barry cools off the Gulf - and that’s good

It’s never a good thing when a hurricane strikes Louisiana but there is a bit of good news coming from this early season storm. The Gulf water is now much cooler.

Jefferson Parish sheriff releases images, names of 2 men involved in deputy shooting

Jefferson Parish Sheriff Joseph Lopinto released new information about a deputy involved shooting at an apartment complex in Metairie.

Saints make two roster moves on the day rookies report to training camp

Undrafted rookie defensive end Carl Granderson was designated as reserved/did not report while he sits in jail

Missing teen with autism found

He is safe and unharmed.

Mother’s Day parade killer gets 35 years in prison

The man who shot a romantic rival and wounded a teenaged bystander near a Mother’s Day second-line parade in May 2018 has been sentenced to 35 years in prison, District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro’s office announced.

  VIDEO: Waterspout reported in New Orleans East

A waterspout was reported in New Orleans East on Thursday afternoon (July 18).

Driver crashes into State Trooper patrolling construction site

Louisiana State Police arrested a woman accused of crashing into a State Trooper’s patrol vehicle in Marrero early Thursday morning.

  Toys R Us plans a small comeback with 2 stores this year

The first two new Toys R Us stores will open in Texas and the other in New Jersey.

  ‘Explosive’ WR Jarmone Sutherland primed for big senior season at Newman

Sutherland currently holds offers from five Division I schools, including the Tulane Green Wave

  Entergy, NOFD working gas leak near Lafreniere St. and Paris Ave.

Entergy and The New Orleans Fire Department are on the scene of a gas leak in Gentilly.

Westwego shooting leaves man critically injured

Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating a shooting in Westwego that has left a man injured.

Hubig’s Pies is returning to New Orleans!

Hubig's Pies will return to production in 2020 with traditional recipes, online ordering, and delivery.

Police searching for three suspects in connection with shooting near Houma Police Station

Houma Police are searching for three suspects accused of shooting at a crowd in front of a home Monday afternoon.

  Bruce: More Dry And Hot Temps To End The week

More Hot And Dry Weather Through Friday

Shelby: Mostly Hot & Dry to Finish Work Week

To finish out the work week, plan on hot days with just a few stray storms. Highs will reach the mid 90s, and feels-like temperatures could reach the triple digits during the afternoon. Over the weekend, a few more storms will keep high temperatures closer to the 90 degree mark.

  JPSO: Elderly man and woman found dead inside Asher St. home

Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating a suspected murder-suicide involving an elderly couple in Metairie.

JPSO: Man dies after vehicle crashes into W. Esplanade Ave. canal

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office says a man has died following a single-vehicle crash Wednesday night in Metairie.

  Millions of dump trucks worth of river sand build new land along Louisiana coast

Beneficial use of dredge material from the Mississippi River is creating new land in Louisiana's delta

  World War II veterans arrive in New Orleans for a special trip

Gary Sinise Foundation is sponsoring a trip to National World War II museum

  JPSO: Suspect killed by deputy was wanted in shooting of Grambling football player

Sheriff Lopinto said the suspect was being investigated in connection with a triple shooting that left Darrell Clark, a senior wide-receiver at Grambling University injured and Keyon Clark, his 19-year-old brother, dead.

NOPD: Double shooting reported in Florida Area

Two people were shot near the intersection of Independence and North Rocheblave streets.

  La. education superintendent discusses teacher preparation on Capitol Hill

Members of Congress said some teachers are not well prepared for the classroom while others said the pay is too low to attract qualified educators.

6 parishes added to emergency declaration for La. after Barry

Governor John Bel Edwards’ request for a federal emergency disaster declaration has now been expanded to include six more parishes.

  Short-term rental presents proposals to New Orleans council

During a council meeting, several residents spoke about their concerns with the additional fees.

  EXCLUSIVE: Gert Town residents possibly exposed to dangerous levels of radium, EPA memo shows

Gert Town residents faced exposure to high levels of radiation due to material lying underneath their street, according to an EPA memo uncovered by FOX 8.

  NOPD: 4 officers fired over chase that sparked deadly, fiery crash at Broadmoor salon

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.

Hummus sold at stores nationwide being recalled due to possible bacteria contamination

The products have been distributed nationwide and to United Arab Emirates.

LSU sophomore struck, killed by SUV on Nicholson Drive; vigil planned

A teenager was fatally struck by an SUV Tuesday night.

  Jury finds Matthew Naquin guilty in Max Gruver hazing trial

A jury has decided ex-LSU student, Matthew Naquin, is guilty of negligent homicide in the 2017 hazing death of fraternity pledge, Max Gruver. The six-person jury reached a verdict Wednesday, July 17, 2019.

Next week could turn stormy

Rain likely next week

  Rick Springfield and Starship to headline Gretna Fest’s 25th Anniversary

The Gretna Heritage Festival celebrates it’s 25th Anniversary this year and Wednesday city leaders announced the headliners.

  NOPD and OPSB hold active shooter drill at McDonogh 35

Orleans Parish spent the day preparing for a worse case scenario.

  Zack: Stifling July Heat Returns

It certainly didn’t take long for the July heat to surge in behind the departing Barry.

Celebration of life to be held Monday for Sadie Roberts-Joseph

A vigil has been scheduled for Sadie Roberts-Joseph, who was found dead in the trunk of her car.

SNAP recipients must apply for replacement benefits for food lost due to Hurricane Barry

Recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits may be eligible for replacement benefits for food lost due to Hurricane Barry. Recipients must report their loss to the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) by Friday, July 26.

  Va. man survives crashing into ocean near Md. beach

The pilot started having engine trouble and glided the plane into the ocean around 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Abducted Bladen County, N.C. baby found alive at bus stop; mother in custody

A woman at the center of a nationwide Amber Alert after allegedly kidnapping her 4-month-old daughter from a Bladen County daycare has been arrested, according to the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office.

Man injured in Metairie shooting

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting in Metairie that has left a man injured.

  City hopes ‘Baby Shark’ song will drive homeless away

Officials in West Palm Beach are hoping a continuous loop of children's songs played throughout the night will keep homeless people from sleeping on the patio of a city-owned rental banquet facility

  Public to voice their opinions on new short term rental laws

Changes to the short term rental laws in New Orleans are on the table Wednesday and the public will be allowed to voice their opinions at City Hall.

  Shelby: Heating Up!

The heat is on for the rest of the work week with just a spotty storm or two. Some tropical moisture will move into the area over the weekend bringing a few more showers and storms.Highs will reach the low to mid 90s through Friday.

Amber Alert from Arizona canceled after children found in Louisiana

A man and woman at the center of an Amber Alert were found approximately 1,000 miles from where the alert was issued. Now they are in police custody and their children are safe.

Dozens of Pilot whales come ashore on Ga. beach

Rare mass whale beaching in Glynn County

Former New Orleans Mayor Nagin loses another appeal

Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has lost the latest appeal of his 2014 corruption conviction.

  Heart of Louisiana: Saturn V Rockets

It is still the most powerful rocket ever built -- the Saturn V 1C Booster -- and it was build right here in Louisiana.

  Fishermen discouraged by algae bloom levels post-Barry, still hoping for federal assistance

As fishermen took to the water Tuesday (July 16), they didn’t' see the swirling blue green algae as they did before Barry. But, their spirits aren't lifted just yet.

  FOX 8 Defenders: Tips to remember when booking travel

With summer in full swing, you may be looking for a good travel deal. The Better Business Bureau suggests you do a little homework first before booking with a third party online agent.

DA: Woman at center of Essence scam ordered to pay more than $94K in restitution

Nekeshia Washington will also need to pay over $1,300 in court fees.

  Pelicans introduce Ball, Ingram, Favors, and Hart

Ingram, Hart, and Ball played last season for the Lakers

FOX 8 Defenders: Plaquemines Parish crews fill two longtime nuisance pools

After years of creating hazardous and unsightly burdens, two nuisance pools in Braithwaite Park were finally filled.

Family of Sadie Roberts-Joseph mourns activist’s death

The family of Sadie Roberts-Joseph continues to work through her death.

  Barry delays Bonnet Carre Spillway closing again

The Corps originally expected to begin closing bays this week, but rains from Barry in the north will delay the closure.

  THE INVESTIGATORS: Man accused of killing Sadie Roberts-Joseph previously convicted in other heinous crime

Bell is off the streets as of Tuesday, July 16, but it’s not his first run-in with law enforcement.