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Guess Who This Striped Sweetie Turned Into!Before this posin' pip-squeak was building an entire empire from his success, he was just another sweetie wearing stripes while growing up in New Orleans, Louisiana. This little lad paved his own way..
Saints owner Gayle Benson unharmed after attempted carjacking in New OrleansNew Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner Gayle Benson was stopped in her vehicle on Saturday when a man got into her vehicle, according to police.
Drew Brees Cops Baller Condo In New Orleans High-Rise, Golf Simulator Room!Drew Brees has channeled his inner George Jefferson ... TMZ Sports has learned the QB's moved on up to a deluxe condo in a sky-high New Orleans building -- and it's awesome! Sources close to the Saints..
Covid-19 vaccine-trial volunteers look to make a differenceVictoria Smith had lost three patients to Covid-19, while another patient had lost her husband and brother to the virus. So when the New Orleans-area family physician learned in July that her health..
American tourists trapped after Hurricane Delta strikes MexicoThe city of New Orleans is under a state of emergency as Hurricane Delta barrels across the Gulf of Mexico with Louisiana in its sights.
Some unemployed find new careers in health careLaid off service industry workers in New Orleans are launching new careers in disaster relief and community health. (Oct. 6)
On This Day: 30 September 1924Legendary writer Truman Capote was born in New Orleans. (Sept. 30)
Tropical Storm Beta slams Texas with heavy rains, floodingRemnants of Tropical Storm Beta are battering the Gulf Coast with torrential rains from Texas all the way to New Orleans. Janet Shamlian reports.
Tropical Storm Wilfred broke a record as soon as it formedSatellite imagery of the Atlantic Oceean | Image: NOAA The record-shattering 2020 Atlantic hurricane season just ran out of storm names. A storm that developed in the eastern Atlantic on September..
Still reeling from Hurricane Laura, Gulf Coast braces for new storm SallyHurricane Laura devastated Louisiana and forced thousands to New Orleans to evacuate. Now Sally has its eyes on southeastern Louisiana.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards warns Tropical Storm Sally represents a "significant threat"Tropical Storm Sally is headed toward Louisiana, where it is expected to make landfall as a hurricane and could produce "life-threatening" storm surge, according to the National Hurricane Center. Watch..
Endangered baby gorilla born in New OrleansA baby gorilla was born at the zoo in New Orleans. Audubon Zoo spokeswoman Katie Smith says keepers don't yet know the sex of the critically endangered western lowland gorilla yet. (Sept. 8)
Non-profit assists Hurricane Katrina victims, 15 years after the stormFifteen years ago this weekend, Hurricane Katrina made landfall, devastating New Orleans and the surrounding region. Michelle Miller reports on one non-profit group that got to work in New Orleans and..
Black business owners reflect on Katrina, COVIDBlack restaurant owners reflect on rebuilding their businesses and lives in New Orleans 15 years after Hurricane Katrina. (Aug. 28)
Flood and Sacrifice: How an Old Convent Could Help Save New OrleansA group of nuns in New Orleans is offering up their flooded former convent site to help protect the city during future such disasters.
Fifteen years and $15 billion since Katrina, New Orleans is more prepared for a major hurricane. For now.A $15 billion hurricane protection system guards New Orleans against flooding. Experts say it must be upgraded due to climate change and land loss.
Marco collapses, sets stage for Laura to hit US as hurricaneNEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tropical Storm Marco began falling apart Monday, easing one threat to the Gulf Coast but setting the stage for the arrival of Laura as a potentially supercharged Category 3..
Louisiana faces an unprecedented ‘one-two punch’ of tropical cyclonesWorkers board up windows in the French Quarter in anticipation of Hurricane Marco and Tropical storm Laura on August 23, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. | Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images The US..
Louisiana governor warns of powerful "one-two punch” as tropical storms barrel toward Gulf CoastTropical Storm Laura has already had a deadly impact as it barrels toward the U.S. mainland, killing at least 11 people in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. As that system and Tropical Storm Marco..
New Orleans residents prepare for tropical stormsNew Orleans residents and visitors prepared for a lot of rain and possible power outages as Marco, which became a hurricane over the Gulf of Mexico Sunday, approaches. Tropical Storm Laura is also..
Trailer: The Whole Gritty City"The Whole Gritty City", airing Saturday, Feb. 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS, follows three New Orleans marching bands. The bands' directors do more than prepare students to march in Mardi Gras parades:..
How a crime scene investigator keeps her sons safeOfficer Shelita Haynes with the New Orleans P.D. Crime Scene Unit responds to shootings nearly every night. Many of the victims are around the same age as her teenage sons, Jerome and Jamal. But..
NOLA marching band instructor: Never say "I can't"A young student struggles to play his horn in the Roots of Music Marching Band. Instructor Edward Lee has patience for every sour note, but there are consequences when the student says "I can't." For..
No drums? No problem! New Orleans kids play onFour months before The Roots of Music Marching Band started it's very first Mardi Gras parade season, students didn't even have all their instruments. But that didn't stop band founder Derrick Tabb..
A year after she died in a plane crash, New Orleans reporter Nancy Parker's husband sues FAA for $23MNancy Parker's husband Glen Boyd has filed a $23 million lawsuit against the FAA, saying it knew plane in crash had a substandard maintenance record.
One Good Thing: Handicapped therapist saves livesA respiratory therapist in New Orleans overcomes handicap to save lives during coronavirus pandemic. (Aug. 10)
Sharon Williams, a Nurturer on the Police Force, Dies at 54When Ms. Williams came across troubled young women while on the job in New Orleans, she saw them as potential “angels.” She died of Covid-19.
Coronavirus vaccine study begins in New OrleansOchsner Health in New Orleans is one of two sites in Louisiana and among 120 across the globe participating in a COVID-19 vaccine study conducted by Pfzer Inc. and BioNTech SE. (July 31)
Blaine Kern, Architect of Lavish Mardi Gras Floats, Dies at 93The work of Mr. Kern, known as “Mr. Mardi Gras,” has delighted visitors to Carnival in New Orleans for decades.
As world nears 10 million COVID-19 cases, doctors see hope in new treatments and lessons learnedNearly 30 doctors around the world, from New Orleans to London to Dubai, said in interviews that they feel more prepared should cases surge again ... ......
March for equality in New Orleans on JuneteenthDozens of demonstrators marched to the gates of Armstrong Park in New Orleans in honor of Juneteenth, the traditional commemoration date of the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the U.S...
New Orleans man gives stranded neighbor much needed lift in canoe through flooded streetsA man came to his stranded neighbor's aid after more than five inches of rain fell in the area, the National Weather Service reported.
New Orleans among leading cities in police reformPolice Superintendent Shaun Ferguson says New Orleans is among the nation's leading cities in police reform efforts and he's urging no more funds be cut from his department. (June 10)
New Orleans police explain crowd control munitionsNew Orleans police held a demonstration on Tuesday to explain why officers fired rubber balls and tear gas at demonstrators on a bridge last week during largely peaceful protests over the death of..
Hundreds rally for black lives in New OrleansAbout 500 people gathered peacefully Tuesday evening in a New Orleans park, marking the eighth straight day of protests across the U.S. after a Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee against..
New Orleans stirs to life ahead of holiday weekendNew Orleans restaurants and businesses are starting to reopen their doors as the holiday weekend kicks off. (May 22)
Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened TodayQuicker lockdowns would have headed off the worst exponential growth in cities like New York and New Orleans, researchers say.
Lockdown Delays Cost at Least 36,000 Lives, Data ShowEven small differences in timing would have prevented the worst exponential growth, which by April had subsumed New York City, New Orleans and other major cities, researchers found.
Jazz band serenades hospital workersA New York woman has collaborated with the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra to put on what she calls a "Stimulus Serenade" to give moral support to front-line hospital workers and COVID-19 patients in New..
'The reason that I am the man I am': Coronavirus takes legendary New Orleans football coach Wayne Reese Sr.New Orleans is mourning football coach Wayne Reese Sr., who died of coronavirus. Players including NFL's Marshall Faulk were shaped by his advice.
Coronavirus live updates: Eric Trump says Democrats 'trying to milk' pandemic; New Orleans restaurants reopenEast Coast beaches and New Orleans' restaurants were reawakening – despite the efforts of Joe Biden and Democrats, Eric Trump says. Sunday's news.
Little Richard: What did 'A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop' actually mean?"A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop, A-lop-bam-boom!" Sixty-five years ago, "Little" Richard Penniman walked into J&M Studios in New Orleans...
Dallas, New Orleans flyovers honor COVID workersThe U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, also known as The Blue Angels, flew over Dallas, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana on Wednesday to honor frontline COVID-19 first responders and essential..
Louisiana health care workers honored by flyoverBarksdale Air Force Base and Louisiana Air National Guard pilots honor health care professionals in flyover of medical facilities in New Orleans. (May 1)
New Orleans music scene moves to porches, InternetWith New Orleans music venues shuttered, musicians and fans are finding new places to connect – porches, living rooms, studios and lawns – reaching their largest audiences online. (April 30)
Jazz funerals, normally a 'celebration of life,' are silenced: New Orleans grieves differently nowFamed New Orleans jazz figure Ellis Marsalis Jr. was buried this month, but there wasn't a traditional procession, nor a proper "celebration of life."
In New Orleans, roving violinist brings joy to isolated residentsWhen pedicab operator Sarah Grant and French Quarter street violinist Anna Roznowska realized in March their livelihoods and lifestyles were threatened by New Orleans' stay-at-home order to stop the..
1,500th coronavirus patient recovers, goes homeA 1,500th patient was discharged from Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans on Monday after recovering from the new coronavirus amid cheers and applause. (April 22)
U.S. Supreme Court rules that jury verdicts must be unanimousThe Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the U.S. Constitution's guarantee of trial by jury requires a unanimous verdict in serious crimes, handing a victory to a Louisiana man convicted of a 2014 murder..