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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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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 ForecastTurning much colder tonight with patchy frost north
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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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Tried, true and safe way to fry a turkeyTried, true and safe way to fry a turkeyTried, true and safe way to fry a turkey
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What you can and can't feed your dog from the Thanksgiving tableWhat you can and can't feed your dog from the Thanksgiving tableAlicia Haefele of the SPCA talks about what is safe to feed your dog from the holiday table and which scraps you should make sure they don't ingest.
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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
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Oyster prices up for Thanksgiving with supply downOyster prices up for Thanksgiving with supply downAt Zuppardo's and other supermarkets, customers lined up to grab their last minute items for Thanksgiving dinner. They were thrilled.
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Saints can avoid 'noise' but it doesn't change situationSaints can avoid 'noise' but it doesn't change situationAvoid the noise" an expression the club has embraced over the years in an effort to tune out the naysayers, pundits, critics, doubters, haters, pessimists and cynics.
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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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Community shocked after body found stuffed in garbage canCommunity shocked after body found stuffed in garbage canNew Orleans police say a woman's body was found stabbed and stuffed in a garbage can on Danneel Street.
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Questions raised over court renovation costsQuestions raised over court renovation costsIt's been on the drawing board since 2009, but plans to renovate the building shared by New Orleans' Municipal and Traffic courts have not progressed beyond constantly changing – and increasingly costly – architectural blueprints.
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Man arrested for stealing pony, leaving it for deadMan arrested for stealing pony, leaving it for deadLast Christmas, a shetland pony named Maverick became the center of 6-year-old Roy Hayden's world.
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Orleans school tax measure on Dec. 6 ballotOrleans school tax measure on Dec. 6 ballotOn December 6, voters will decide whether to renew and re-direct an existing 4.97 mill property tax toward keeping school buildings shiny and new.
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Police release full video of shooting of Ohio boy, 12Police release full video of shooting of Ohio boy, 12Tamir Rice was brandishing a fake gun when he was shot by police.
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Passenger shoots two in car on I-610Passenger shoots two in car on I-610A passenger riding in a vehicle on I-610 East Sunday evening did not take kindly to being cut off by another car.
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NOPD seeking suspects in two Subway robberiesNOPD seeking suspects in two Subway robberiesThe New Orleans Police Department is looking for two unknown males wanted in connection with armed robberies at two different Subway sandwich shops in Algiers.
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Saints TE's passionate thoughts on Ferguson go viralSaints TE's passionate thoughts on Ferguson go viralSaints tight end Benjamin Watson's post on Facebook about the Ferguson decision and protests in Missouri has gone viral.
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New implant treats chronic acid refluxNew implant treats chronic acid refluxWhile most people will feel uncomfortable after overeating on Thanksgiving, for some people it happens every day.
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Darren Wilson: 'No way' Brown had his hands upDarren Wilson: 'No way' Brown had his hands upGeorge Stephanopoulos crows about first interview with cleared Ferguson cop Darren Wilson.
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LSU finds its offense in 23-17 victory at Texas A&MLSU finds its offense in 23-17 victory at Texas A&MLSU's inept offense took a holiday and gave Texas A&M shoppers a Black Thursday with a 23-17 victory in front of about 90,000 at Kyle Field on Thanksgiving night in both teams' regular season finale.
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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.