JPSO investigating a negligent homicide in Avondale

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating an apparent negligent homicide in Avondale early Sunday morning.

Nicondra: Wet and dreary thanks to Beta

  Karr WR Destyn Hill weighing offers from some big-time programs

  Tulane squanders 24-0 halftime lead, loses to Navy

State Fire Marshal mourns death of Lt. Christopher Burleigh

DOC investigating Elayn Hunt inmate who stabbed two corrections officers

  Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87

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‘No mo chemo’: Family celebrates end of chemo for 6-year-old boy with parade

  Next steps for empty SCOTUS seat ahead of election

Wells police, Texas Rangers investigate missing 5-week-old baby

655 new COVID-19 cases, 17 new deaths reported Saturday in Mississippi

  Zack: Beta brings an ugly weekend of weather

NOPD: One man injured after Central City shooting

NOPD: One man injured after Lower Ninth Ward shooting

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting in 1600 block of Egania Street.

  Nursing home residents, directors excited to allow family visitors again

He’s 70 years old, but a stroke forced Pershing Guillemet out of his home and into the Covenant Nursing Home, and he’s been there since the start of covid.

Remembering Remy: The gentle giant off the field who was full of love

While his stature was intimidating on the football field, it was the size of Remy’s heart that will be remembered by those who knew him.

  Business owner calls on the Mayor to open New Orleans’ economy

A well-known New Orleans business owner calls on Mayor Latoya Cantrell to completely open up the city's economy now.

NOPD: Man injured after New Orleans East shooting

Questions remain about 2021 carnival season

LPSO: Golden Meadow man sought in hit-and-run boat crash

  VIDEO: Audubon Coastal Wildlife Network rescues stranded dolphin in Cameron Parish

  NOPD releases video that shows bicyclist ran red light before fatal crash with officer

Walmart raising wages for about 165,000 workers

LSU Tiger fans can have their cutout in Tiger Stadium

Can’t physically be in Tiger Stadium for the 2020 season? For $50, fans can still be there in the stands, in the form of a cardboard cutout.

New Orleans expected to make announcement on prep sports Monday

New Orleans is expected to announce it will allow full-contact practice for prep teams.

Gov. Edwards announces new nursing home visitation guidelines

Louisiana will be implementing new guidelines on nursing home visitation Governor John Bel Edwards announced Friday, Sept. 18.

  Dual-threat RB Tyjae Spears standing out for the Wave

Spears played his prep ball at Ponchatoula

2 SC boys taken from foster care home, mother wanted for questioning

Officials are looking for 9-year-old Matthew and 7-year-old Jerry Kinman.

LDH: More than 900 new cases of COVID-19 reported Friday, 29 deaths

Louisiana has entered Phase 3, however New Orleans remains in Phase 2

2020 Hurricane Season officially runs out of names; Alpha forms

The formation of Tropical Storm Wilfred in the Atlantic Ocean on Friday marked the end of the 2020 hurricane season naming list.

Slidell-area mother arrested, cousin wanted after boy shoots himself in leg

A Slidell-area woman was arrested after her 16-year-old son accidently shot himself, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office said.

  Brees ready for ‘historic moment’ in Las Vegas

Saints (1-0) at Raiders (1-0)

St. James Parish moving into Phase 3, reopening bars

St. James Parish officials said the parish has met the criteria to move into the governor’s Phase 3, which includes reopening bars.

Police searching for driver of car that struck person walking dog

Surveillance video captured what police believe to be the vehicle responsible for striking a person walking their dog on Myrtle Drive.

‘This is not fair:’ Denham Springs football player dies following collapse at practice

Family and friends are mourning the loss of a beloved high schooler who collapsed at football practice on Tuesday.

  Zack: Cooler days ahead but clouds, showers stick around

Our first cool front of fall will arrive on Friday leading us into a cooler stretch of weather.

The Blood Center in BR, NOLA areas puts out call for blood for Denham football player who collapsed during practice

The Blood Center is putting out a call for blood donations for Remy Hidalgo, 16, a junior football player at Denham Springs High School who collapsed Tuesday, Sept. 15 during practice and was subsequently airlifted to a hospital in New Orleans for treatment.

  ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris arrested on child porn charges

Jerry Harris, the star of the Netflix documentary series “Cheer,” was arrested Thursday on felony charges of production of child pornography.

Gov. Edwards adjusts Phase 3 order to extend alcohol sales by one hour for eligible parishes

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Thursday, Sept. 17 he altered his Phase 3 order to allow the on-site sale and consumption of alcohol until 11 p.m. at restaurants, casinos, and bars in parishes that are eligible to opt in to reopen bars.

NOPD: Man injured in Florida Area neighborhood shooting dies

The New Orleans Police Department said a man who was injured in the Florida Area neighborhood has died.

  Governor’s Office says Jefferson Parish doesn’t yet meet gating criteria to open bars

The Governor's Office says Jefferson Parish does not meet the gating criteria right now to open bars there. Only parishes with a positivity rate of 5% or lower for two consecutive weeks are allowed to do that under the new phase 3 guidelines.

Gray Television’s Greta Van Susteren interviews President Trump

Gray Television’s primetime election special, “Full Court Press: Election Countdown” hosted by Chief National Political Analyst Greta Van Susteren, includes interviews with President Donald Trump and former Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a m

  Cool front brings breeze and showers

Cooler temperatures as well

Depression 22 forms in the Gulf of Mexico

Expected to become Tropical Storm Wilfred

  New Orleans 911 operators help out in hurricane-stricken Alabama

The New Orleans 911 call center staffers will remain in Alabama for a week.

Gov. Edwards alters Phase 3 order to extend alcohol sales by one hour

Governor John Bel Edwards altered his Phase 3 order allowing establishments one extra hour of on-premise sales and consumption of alcohol.

  LWC says overpayment notices sent to nearly 7,600 unemployed residents was a ‘technical issue’

The overpayment notices claiming residents owed thousands of dollars to the LWC was a “technical issue" and officials say they are working to resolve the issue.

EBRSO searching for man wanted for murder

The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office is currently searching for a 22-year-old man wanted in a homicide that happened Aug. 21.

Restaurant layoffs one of economic impacts of pandemic in New Orleans

Business owners that we talked to say it’s been tough and in some cases, they’re barely hanging on.

Gulf Shores, Orange Beach closed to visitors for at least 10 days

Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and the area of Fort Morgan are closed to visitors for at least 10 days.

NOPD: Police seeking help identifying armed robbery suspects

The New Orleans Police Department is seeking help identifying and locating multiple suspects connected to an armed robbery on August 20, in the 1200 block of St. Phillip Street.

NOPD: Mother, friend report woman missing after argument

New Orleans police are looking for a woman who was reported missing by her mother, friend and boyfriend.

Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas & two other Saints miss practice

Saints injury report: Three miss practice, Ruiz and Williams return

NOPD: Woman hospitalized after shooting

She arrived at the hospital with a gunshot wound to the ankle.

3 brothers suspected of alleged child rape in Kenner; 2 arrested, 1 wanted

Two brothers and one other sibling are accused for raping a girl younger than 13.

  After Sally: New video shows Orange Beach and Gulf Shores devastation

Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism said the area sustained significant damage and the beaches will be closed for at least 10 days.

Man accused of attacking Kenner hotel manager now wanted for murder

A manager at a Kenner hotel died almost three months after an alleged attack by a Texas man who is now wanted for second-degree murder.

701 new COVID-19 cases, 24 new deaths reported Thursday in Mississippi

70 new cases and 2 new deaths were reported in South Mississippi on Thursday

  Orleans Parish students begin return to school after delays

Starting Thursday, some schools in New Orleans will resume in-person learning after the initial start was delayed due to Hurricane Sally.

NOPD: Woman injured in Algiers shooting

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting in the 1300 block of Flanders Street in Algiers.

  Jefferson Parish councilmember pushes to allow bars to reopen

Parishes that have a positivity rate of five percent or lower for two weeks in a row can reopen bars with limited capacity.

Court issues ruling on upcoming elections in La. amid pandemic

The United States District Court Middle District of Louisiana has issued a ruling pertaining to upcoming elections in the state.

  Hurricane Sally victims around the Gulf Coast recount riding the storm out

From Orange Beach to Dauphin Island, storm victims describe just how terrifying it was to ride Sally out.

  Cool front arrives for the weekend

A gusty breeze into next week

Three arrested after video of 3-year-old smoking marijuana goes viral

The child was given the drug by an adult.

  Judge orders expanded mail-in voting in Louisiana for presidential election

If the judge's ruling is appealed the case could wind up at the 5th Circuit Court of Appeal in New Orleans.

NOPD: Man dead after shooting on North Claiborne Avenue

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting that occurred near the intersection of North Claiborne Avenue and Desire Street.

NOPD: Man injured in Central City shooting

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting in the 2000 block of Seventh Street in Central City.

PHOTOS: Coast Guard rescues 9 people, one dog near Navarre Beach

The Coast Guard rescued six adults, three children and one dog who were impacted by Hurricane Sally near Navarre Beach.

NOPD: 15-year-old arrested in connection to Gentilly shooting that left three dead, one injured

Three people were killed and one person was left injured after the shooting.

  VIDEO: Virginia bus passenger robbed while having heart attack; suspect in custody

Video footage shows a man robbing an unresponsive GRTC bus passenger who was having a heart attack.

NOPD: Police searching for missing 13-year-old girl

The New Orleans Police Department is searching for missing 13-year-old Angel Darensbourg, who is reported as a runaway.

  LSU officials lay out game day procedures

LSU’s athletic director says Coach Ed Ogeron may have been a little too transparent in saying most of his players have had coronavirus.

St. John Parish meets criteria to move into Phase 3

St. John Parish President Jaclyn Hotard said the parish now reaches the state’s criteria to move into Phase 3 of COVID-19 recovery.

NOPD searching for man accused of sexual battery with a child

New Orleans police are seeking the public’s help in the search for a man accused of sexual battery on a child.

Flora-Bama suffers damage from Hurricane Sally, but still standing

The popular Flora-Bama bar is still standing after Hurricane Sally pushed sand, water and high winds into the complex, the owners said.

  West Bank woman rides out Hurricane Sally on the Alabama-Florida state line

"The whole building was shaking"

  VIDEO: Hurricane Sally inflicts significant damage to Dauphin Island

Hurricane Sally made landfall as a category 2 storm pounding much of the Alabama coast and portions of Florida

IMAGES: Coast Guard shows Sally damage during search and rescue missions

The U.S. Coast Guard conducted search and rescue flights on Wednesday morning along the Eastern Gulf Coast region as Hurricane Sally crashed ashore.

‘True Patriots’: Scholarship awarded to football players who carried police, fire flags on field

Holiday for Heroes offered the scholarship to Brady Williams and Jarad Bentley.

Governor Ivey issues statement on Hurricane Sally

My team and I are closely monitoring the situation and evaluating the effects of this unpredictable storm.