According to Jefferson Parish Sheriff Lopinto, 13 students were arrested at John Ehret High School after multiple fights broke out on campus.
On Thursday (May 16), President Donald Trump unveiled a new plan to increase border security and reform the legal immigration process.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Wendy Vitter as a federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana by a vote of 52 to 45 on Thursday (May 16). Vitter is a Louisiana native and wife to former Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter. Vitter has been widely criticized by Democrats and the […]
An Orleans Parish Civil District Court judge granted a temporary injunction to allow students to walk at their graduation.
A major New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board (SWBNO) pump lost power early Sunday morning (May 12), as heavy rains drenched the city. According to a press release, the pump located at Drainage Pumping Station (DPS) 7 near City Park temporarily lost its Entergy-supplied power around 5 a.m. An SWBNO team activated a standup generator […]
The New Orleans Fire Department (NOFD) is on the scene of a 2-alarm fire at the intersection of Conti & Bourbon St.
The New Orleans Fire Department (NOFD) is on the scene of a building fire at the intersection of S. Claiborne and Orleans Ave.
On Tuesday (May 7), a judge ruled that New Orleans must release the locations of the 400 clearly visible crime cameras around the city.
The Times-Picayune and its website, nola.com, have been purchased by New Orleans Advocate owners John and Dathel Georges.
The New Orleans Fire Department is on the scene of a three-alarm fire at the Esplanade on City Park apartments. 05/02/2019. 3- Alarm Fire. Esplanade & Moss St. Fire on 2nd floor of 7 story apt. building. NOFD Photo Unit. pic.twitter.com/jkWKz2jOK8 — NOFD (@NOLAFireDept) May 2, 2019 According to the NOFD, the fire was found […]
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