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NOPD looking for suspects in carjacking, kidnappingNOPD looking for suspects in carjacking, kidnappingUnknown male and female wanted in connection with Franklin Avenue auto theft
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Black Friday crowds hit Lakeside MallBlack Friday crowds hit Lakeside MallEyewitness News reporter Antwan Harris checks in live from Black Friday at Lakeside.
- Black Friday
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Teen escapes Boko Haram, starts new life in Canyonville, ORTeen escapes Boko Haram, starts new life in Canyonville, OR18-year-old Mercy Paul smiles brightly — showing no sign of her ordeal in northern Nigeria. She's started a new life at a boarding school in Canyonville, Oregon.
- Southern Oregon
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Skip Black Friday lines, here are the best dealsSkip Black Friday lines, here are the best dealsSkip the Black Friday lines, here are the best deals
- 19 hours, 31 minutes ago
Trailer: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'Trailer: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'Episode VII in the Star Wars Saga, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, opens in theaters December 18, 2015.
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Slain Austin shooter likely had anti-government motiveSlain Austin shooter likely had anti-government motivePolice chief says attack on police HQ, Mexican consulate suggests link to immigration issue.
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Keenan Lewis, Saints D 'steamed' fans blame Rob Ryan for strugglesKeenan Lewis, Saints D 'steamed' fans blame Rob Ryan for strugglesIncensed New Orleans Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis has a message for anyone who dare criticize or blame defensive coordinator Rob Ryan for his unit's struggles this season.
- 22 hours, 16 minutes ago
Black Friday sales come early to metro areaBlack Friday sales come early to metro areaBelieve it or not, Black Friday sale markdowns started on Nov. 1. On Thanksgiving Day major retailers jumped on board in opening their stores even earlier than normal.
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5 things you need to know Friday5 things you need to know FridayThe biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your morning.
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Miles sticks with same QB, switches kickersMiles sticks with same QB, switches kickersBackup quarterback Brandon Harris saw no action in the first half, but Coach Les Miles did bench his struggling starting field goal kicker.
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Fair Grounds tradition continues amid uncertain futureFair Grounds tradition continues amid uncertain futureTurkey Day is race day for many New Orleanians at the historic Fair Grounds. The Thanksgiving tradition dates back to when the horse track opened in 1852.
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Saints TE surprised by response to his Ferguson thoughtsSaints TE surprised by response to his Ferguson thoughtsSaints tight end Benjamin Watson was "very surprised" to learn his thoughts on the Ferguson protests has had such an overwhelming response.
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YouTube kid critics driving up toy salesYouTube kid critics driving up toy salesEvery year there's one must-have toy that every kid wants, the one toy that flies off the shelf, fueling the holiday frenzy.
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NOPD releases video of French Quarter robbery, beatingNOPD releases video of French Quarter robbery, beatingNew Orleans police have released surveillance video of a French Quarter beating and robbery over the weekend, and they're asking the public's help in identifying the suspect.
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Child in carjacked vehicle recovered safelyChild in carjacked vehicle recovered safelyNew Orleans say a vehicle that was carjacked at a gas station with a 1-year-old inside has been recovered blocks from the scene and that the child is safe..
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Thousands run in annual Turkey Day raceThousands run in annual Turkey Day raceBundled up and ready to go, droves of families came out on Thanksgiving Day to City Park to take on a tradition that's over a century old.
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How and where to get the best deals on Black FridayHow and where to get the best deals on Black FridayMatt Granite has everything you need to know to get the best deals and deal with the crowds on Black Friday.
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Orleans sheriff hosts annual Thanksgiving dinnerOrleans sheriff hosts annual Thanksgiving dinnerHundreds of people came to the Ernest N. Memorial Convention Center for a Thanksgiving Day meal.
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Father's texts never read by son killed in Co. crashFather's texts never read by son killed in Co. crashCareless and Reckless - that's how state troopers describe the way 16-year-old Jordan Deal was driving the day two of his friends were killed, and another seriously injured.
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Man killed after hitting wife's daughter in headMan killed after hitting wife's daughter in headA Slidell man was shot dead Wednesday morning after allegedly hitting his estranged wife's daughter in the head with a baton.
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Kenny Vaccaro thankful despite Saints' current strugglesKenny Vaccaro thankful despite Saints' current strugglesThe good times, the bad; the wins, losses, New Orleans Saints second-year safety Kenny Vaccaro is thankful for it all.
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Woman killed by hit-and-run driver in St. Charles ParishWoman killed by hit-and-run driver in St. Charles ParishA pedestrian was killed when she walked across a Louisiana highway and into the path of a moving car early Thanksgiving morning, according to the Louisiana State Police.
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Time for a tablet: Here's how they stack upTime for a tablet: Here's how they stack upHere are some tablet buying tips organized by system: Apple, Android, Windows.
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Local ForecastLocal ForecastClear and not as cold tonight
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When your holiday favorites are coming on TVWhen your holiday favorites are coming on TVNeed to get into the holiday spirit? Here is a selection of seasonal television specials on the networks' lineups:
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Judge shuns BP cleanup workers with later diagnosesJudge shuns BP cleanup workers with later diagnosesBarbier reconsidered ruling for two months, but sides with BP on 2012 cutoff for diagnosis of chronic illnesses
- Gulf Oil Spill
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Online shopping safety tipsOnline shopping safety tipsIt's that time of year again— when glowing candles, sparkling snowflakes, jingle bells and singing snowmen take center stage. But for many, the holiday season is the busiest and most stressful time of the year.
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In Your Area
Former presidential candidate Howard Dean talks about the state of the Democratic Party, the 2016 election and much more with USA TODAY’s Susan Page.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade brings holiday spirit to NYC.
The St. Louis County NAACP made a special delivery to business owners in Ferguson whose buildings were burned down by protesters.
Owner of a Ferguson antiques shop Jenice Andrews pleaded with looters not to destroy her business in Ferguson, unsuccessfully. She said her dream was shattered, but not broken."
Tyron Woodley a two-time All American wrestler at University of Missouri, who's also from Ferguson, Missouri, says he is outraged by what happened in his hometown.
This Thanksgiving, Ferguson residents say they are still looking at the good side of things and feeling "thankful" despite the violence and negativity.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday pardoned a turkey named Cheese in an annual Thanksgiving tradition at the White House. The President even petted the turkey. His daughters however, declined the invitation.
They may not have been able to go home for the holidays, but young soldiers at Fort Story were treated to an early Thanksgiving feast with all the fixings, with their new Army family.
This cross country team won the state championship in old, donated shoes. But someone who saw their story thought they deserved some brand new gear and decided to make it happen.