SBSO: Police seeking missing 67-year-old woman from Arabi

The St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office is searching for a missing 67-year-old woman who was last seen in Arabi.

NOPD: Man arrested for shoplifting alcoholic beverages and knife attack

New Orleans Saints take ‘Pro Bowl squad’ photo

JPSO: Man found fatally shot in an unincorporated area of Jefferson Parish

BEWARE: Text that appears to be from FedEx is likely a scam

Crews replace tarp concealing worker’s remains, find further collapse at Hard Rock site

Zion scores 22 in NBA debut; Spurs beat Pelicans 121-117

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  Mama dog found on side of road pulling crate filled with her puppies

  Bruce: Rain Returns Today But Not For Long

Waffle House accepting Valentine’s Day reservations

One dead after single-vehicle crash in Kenner

  Law enforcement in two parish search for suspects in exhaust-related thefts

  Dixie Brewing Company re-opens doors for the first time since Pre-Katrina

New tarp placed to conceal the exposed remains of Hard Rock victim

Social media is being flooded with images of a deceased Hard Rock victim’s legs. Now, the city asks people to not share them.

Coroner: Could take weeks to determine what killed boy in JPSO custody

An initial autopsy was conducted Wednesday morning to help determine the death of the 16-year-old special needs boy who died in the custody of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office on Sunday.

Two men injured in New Orleans East shooting

The New Orleans Police Department says two men were injured in a shooting in New Orleans East Wednesday afternoon.

  La. senators not ready to support the call for impeachment trial witnesses

Senators Bill Cassidy and John Kennedy of Louisiana are not ready to support Democrats' request for witnesses during the impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.

  Lakeview residents protest recent crime as city discusses solutions

  Municipal and traffic court reopens following cyber attack

Eli Manning announces retirement from NFL after 16 seasons

Suspect arrested after Thibodaux shooting leaves one injured

Multiple racehorse deaths reported at the Fair Grounds

  Pelicans Fans excited and ready for Williamson

Sheriff: Catalytic converter thefts on the rise in St. Tammany Parish

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a series of thefts involving catalytic converters, which have happened over the past month.

High school football player dies after attempted armed robbery in Lafayette

A high school football and soccer player for Comeaux High School in Lafayette has died after being shot during an armed robbery attempt.

Bacchus and Orpheus to parade down shorter routes this Mardi Gras

The Krewes of Bacchus and Orpheus made small changes to their parade routes this year.

  Zack: Clouds are back, rain not too far behind

Quickly things are changing out there as we are transitioning from this dry and cold weather to a wet and cool next 24 hours.

Arabi woman reported missing; last seen Jan. 19

Linda Diane Smith, 67, left her home in the 100 block of Llama Drive in Arabi between 5 and 7 p.m. Jan. 19,

74-year-old woman beaten with gun during home invasion

Police say a male wearing a ski mask forced his way into a home on Highway 424 in Washington Parish

TODAY: Zion Williamson to make long awaited debut against the Spurs

The number one overall draft pick will finally get to play after his rehab from knee surgery.

NOPD: Woman shot while sitting on her couch

The victim was shot in the thigh around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday

  Hundreds pack town hall meeting to voice concerns about crime in Lakeview

For months they’ve been dealing with car break-ins and their car windows being busted out.

  Heart of Louisiana: Poydras Street sculptures

The Poydras Street sculpture initiative began 7 years ago and has displayed nearly three dozen sculptures.

  Zion Williamson ready for NBA debut

Zion is ready to make his long-awaited NBA debut.

  Louisiana monitoring Chinese Coronavirus after confirmed US case

United States health officials are now cautioning travelers about a mysterious coronavirus. The respiratory virus first appeared in the Chinese province of Wuhan, but doctors confirmed a case of coronavirus in Washington state.

  New Orleans native rescues animals from Australian fires, says there’s a long road to recovery

New Orleans native specializing in wombat care works around the clock to rescue animals from fires in Australia.

  Rain on the way

Thunder is possible

  Three politicians from Louisiana to play critical roles in Trump’s impeachment trial

Two La. congressman are jurors for the impeachment trial and one is serving on President Donald Trump's legal team.

  70-year-old man becomes Gentilly murder victim

70-year-old Lloyd Vanderhorst Sr. died later in the hospital.

8 suspects wanted in counterfeit currency cases in East Baton Rouge Parish

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying eight individuals involved in counterfeit currency cases in East Baton Rouge Parish.

Hattiesburg council approves Project NOLA camera system

The city council approved the Project NOLA camera system with a 4-1 vote Tuesday night.

VIDEO: Audubon Zoo welcomes two new lion cubs

The Audubon Zoo welcomed two cute lion clubs this week. They were born on Saturday (Jan. 11).

NOPD: 70-year-old man fatally shot in Gentilly area

The victim suffered from a gunshot wound.

2 men arrested in deadly St. John Parish quadruple shooting

The St. John Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested two men connected to a 2019 drive-by shooting that left three people injured and someone dead.

Jrue Holiday scores 36, Pelicans snap Grizzlies’ win streak

Zion returns to the Pelicans lineup Wednesday

REPORT: Joe Burrow has signed with the same agency that represents Drew Brees

LSU’s Heisman Trophy-winning, national champion quarterback Joe Burrow has signed with Creative Arts Agency Sports, the same agency that represents Drew Brees, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Sulphur woman accused of rape of 5-year old boy and 3-year old girl

A Sulphur woman has been arrested on multiple rape charges

Suspects sought for pair of armed robberies

Police say the pair committed two armed robberies just 20 minutes apart

Video shows charter bus carrying University of Alabama students catching fire

Fire officials responded to the call of a charter bus fire on Sanford Road off of Interstate 59 around 2 p.m.

  Nicondra: Another frigid night ahead

Low temperatures managed to hit freezing as promised along the Mississippi Gulf Coast and northern parishes

Former State Senator Wesley Bishop pleads guilty to federal charge, resigns from SUNO

Bishop was in Federal Court Tuesday where he changed his plea

  Autopsy to be conducted on teen who died in police custody

A 16-year-old special needs patient died Sunday after Jefferson Parish deputies took him into custody. for allegedly attacking his father.

Zulu, Endymion change parade route for Mardi Gras due to Hard Rock collapse

The Krewe of Zulu announced its route change due to the Hard Rock construction site collapse on Sunday (Jan. 19).

  Cyber security expert says ransomware attacks are more common than you might think

We've been hearing a lot about cyber attacks lately. First the state got hit, then the City of New Orleans and now the Morial Convention Center.

  Endymion parade route change means some businesses will miss out

The Endymion parade route brought customers right to the Circle Bar's front door, until now.

  Early childhood education advocates say more investment by the state is critical

People advocating for the education of young children say more funding for programs is critical.

  Reasonable crawfish prices to start off this year’s season

After higher crawfish prices last year, some business owners say they’re off to a better start.

  16-year-old special needs patient dies in Jefferson Parish custody

A 16-year-old special needs patient died in the custody of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. It happened Sunday afternoon, after the teen and his family spent time inside Laser Tag at Veterans and Power Boulevards.

Nicondra: A freeze warning in effect for parts of the area

Low temperatures will dive into the upper 20s north with several locations particularly in the River Parishes, Terrebonne and Northern Lafourche also dipping below 32 degrees.

  Store owners want help after rash of shoplifting

The suspects walked into several stores in New Orleans and Metairie before running out with merchandise.

  Martin Luther King Day reminds people in New Orleans to dream

People in New Orleans honored civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday’s holiday.

As Super Bowl gets closer, sports books on the Coast stay busy

Sports books across the Coast saw plenty of action Sunday as the Chiefs and the 49ers soared to victory.

Freeze precautions in place as Winter makes a comeback

Expect some areas north and west to get down into the mid to upper 20s

  New timeline for Hard Rock demoliton worries business owners

More unease from French Quarter business owners just days after the City announced its plan to implode the Hard Rock collapse site.

  U.S. Senate prepares for impeachment trial of President Trump

U.S. Senators are expected to begin impeachment proceedings for President Donald Trump.

JPSO investigating death of 16-year-old while in custody

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a 16-year-old who died while in custody Sunday afternoon.

Barefootin’ singer Robert Parker passes away

Parker was inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2007.

Violet man arrested for fatal shooting of stepfather

Joel Lehmann was booked with first degree murder for the fatal shooting of his stepfather

  Family, friends remember ‘5th Ward Weebie’ at memorial service

A long line of friends, family members, and New Orleanians showed up to the Mahalia Jackson Theater to pay their respects.

Zack: Winter has returned to the area

January has certainly felt more like spring lately but winter is taking its month back over the next few days.

Boil water advisory lifted for Cross Gates Water System

The water is safe for consumption

US marks King holiday amid fears of deep racial divisions

As the nation marks the holiday honoring King, the mood surrounding it is overshadowed by deteriorating race relations in an election season that has seen one candidate of color after another quit the 2020 presidential race.

JPSO investigating Metairie homicide

One man is dead following a shooting in Metairie late Friday night, according to police

  Fans celebrate the LSU Tigers with a ceremony fit for champions

The awards celebration was more of a party than a ceremony.

Police: Two killed in I-12 crash; driver impairment suspected

The crash killed 77-year-old Grace Barthel of Mandeville and 55-year-old Ronald Destgermain of Mandeville.

Arrest warrant rescinded for Odell Beckham Jr. in rear-slapping incident

Beckham's attorney said the security officer involved does not wish to pursue charges

  Residents voice concerns and relief over city’s plan to implode Hard Rock

On Friday the city announced it would go ahead with a planned demolition of the Hard Rock site in mid-March

Arrest made in St. Charles Parish bank robbery

Police arrested Glenneil Isaac, 54, for the robbery of the First American Bank

LSU Tigers celebrate national championship win with parade, fanfare

The LSU football team celebrated with the Baton Rouge community with a parade and much fanfare after the team’s national championship game win.

  Prince Harry, Meghan to give up ‘royal highness’ titles

Meghan and Harry are no longer working members of the British royal family.

Zack: Record warmth today; windy and cold Sunday

Get ready for quite the swing in temperatures over the next 24 hours as an Arctic front moves through.