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Murder-suicide reported in HoumaMurder-suicide reported in HoumaTwo people are dead in what Houma police describe as a murder-suicide at a house less than a mile from Mulberry Elementary School.
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Mother of child found wandering in street booked with child desertionMother of child found wandering in street booked with child desertionMother of child found wandering booked with child desertion
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It's back! Blue Bell returns to some Texas, Ala. storesIt's back! Blue Bell returns to some Texas, Ala. storesThe ice cream was recalled in April because of listeria concerns.
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Uncertainty shrouds Saints heading into preseason finaleUncertainty shrouds Saints heading into preseason finaleThe New Orleans Saints preseason has looked a lot like last season. Not very good. In fact, it's been downright brutal.
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Prosecutors: Killer fired 15 shots at Texas deputyProsecutors: Killer fired 15 shots at Texas deputyInvestigators continued to search for a motive behind the gunning down of a Houston area sheriff's deputy.
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Deflategate judge to rule on Tuesday or Wednesday as settlement talks failDeflategate judge to rule on Tuesday or Wednesday as settlement talks failLast-minute settlement talks fail, so judge says he will decide either Tuesday or Wednesday.
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Man found shot to death in Terrytown parking lotMan found shot to death in Terrytown parking lotA man was found shot and killed in a parking lot in Terrytown early Monday.
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Payton says Katrina tribute was spur of moment choicePayton says Katrina tribute was spur of moment choiceHead coach Sean Payton said his decision to draw Katrina x-codes on his shirt during Sunday's preseason game against the Houston Texans wasn't planned in advance.
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Marigny community outraged over riverfront zoning changeMarigny community outraged over riverfront zoning changeA civic court judge on Thursday denied an injunction that would have stopped the city from putting into motion a provision in a new zoning ordinance that will allow buildings to be constructed up to 80 feet tall in the Marigny, Bywater, Holy Cross and Algiers Point...
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Texans take preseason win over Saints 27-13Texans take preseason win over Saints 27-13Brian Hoyer led scoring drives on two of his first three series since being named Houston's starting quarterback, and the Texans went on to a 27-13 preseason victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
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Jindal, Landrieu appear on Face the NationJindal, Landrieu appear on Face the NationSunday on Face the Nation on CBS, Gov. Bobby Jindal delivered the same message he gave two weeks ago on Fox News of growing the state economy and reducing spending.
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Photos: Saints fall to TexansPhotos: Saints fall to TexansAug 30, 2015; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (9) against the Houston Texans during the first quarter of a preseason game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
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Payton: We should second line after finally getting sackPayton: We should second line after finally getting sackSaints head coach Sean Payton on his team finally getting their first sack of the preseason.
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New Orleans musicians spread across country post-KatrinaNew Orleans musicians spread across country post-KatrinaNew Orleans is one of America's great musical cities and after Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, one of the big fears was the city's musicians would scatter and the tradition of passing its musical legacy from generation to generation would die.
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Benefit raises money for former cop with Parkinson'sBenefit raises money for former cop with Parkinson'sA benefit for a former New Orleans cop suffering from Parkinson's Disease last year was so successful, supporters are trying to raise more money at another charity this year.
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Amid storms, titles and 8-5s, Miles hits 11th season at LSUAmid storms, titles and 8-5s, Miles hits 11th season at LSUFew football coaches anywhere have lived what Les Miles has over his first decade at LSU.
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Bicyclist killed in Mandeville crashBicyclist killed in Mandeville crashPolice are investigating an accident that claimed the life of a bicyclist Sunday afternoon in Mandeville.
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NOPD: Man shot in road rage incident on I-10NOPD: Man shot in road rage incident on I-10Police say a shooting Saturday on Interstate 10 in New Orleans East was the result of road rage.
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New math hurts case for old unlimited data plansNew math hurts case for old unlimited data plansCellphone owners on unlimited data plans might want to consider a change.
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10 Katrina quotes that cannot be evacuated10 Katrina quotes that cannot be evacuatedOn the night of Friday, Aug. 26, 2005, I smoked a postgame cigar in the Smith & Wollensky restaurant bar across Poydras Street from the Louisiana Superdome.
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Action Report: Fort Pike Fire Department needs more helpAction Report: Fort Pike Fire Department needs more helpA new Lake Catherine community has been rising since Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans East, with more residents now than before the storm. Protecting them is the Fort Pike Volunteer Fire Department.
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Fatal bike crash spawns call for more traffic law educationFatal bike crash spawns call for more traffic law educationThe accident has spawned an effort to educate bikers and drivers about the shared rules of the road.
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Pinpoint Weather ForecastPinpoint Weather ForecastA hot and more humid start the week
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Chat LSU football with Tigers beat writer Glenn Guilbeau at 10 a.m.Chat LSU football with Tigers beat writer Glenn Guilbeau at 10 a.m.Chat LSU football with Tigers beat writer Glenn Guilbeau at 10 am
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Tropical Update: Fred now a hurricane in AtlanticTropical Update: Fred now a hurricane in AtlanticFred is now a hurricane in the Atlantic
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Police search for suspect in Denham Springs shootingPolice search for suspect in Denham Springs shootingPolice search for suspect in Denham Springs shooting
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New Jersey wildlife officials say a doe has roamed around Marlboro for nine months with an arrow lodged in her face. Attempts to help her have not succeeded.
Lanes on I-490 near Rochester, New York were littered with thousands of heads of cabbage after a truck rolled over.
When construction workers outside of a hospital noticed they had little admirers waving at them from windows, they got together to send a special message. But one little girl in particular caught their attention.
Police are investigating a Minnesota man who was photographed walking his dog from a truck. A woman snapped the photo after confronting the driver over claims of animal abuse.
Braves season ticket holder Gregory Murrey fatally fell from the upper deck of Turner Field during Saturday's game against the New York Yankees. His family said he loved the Braves and had the same seats for 23 years.
Demolition experts brought down a building at the old University Hospital site in Denver. Large crowds gathered to watch 170 small detonations rock the building.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump isn't a stranger to the limelight, but he might not have expected this hashtag to start trending after he refused to list his favorite Bible verse during an interview with Bloomberg Television.
When a little boy learned the sex of the new panda at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, he had the cutest reaction.
This isn't just a job for Keith Eakman. He's being honored for working at the same McDonald's in Great Falls, Montana for 30 years.
Zion Harvery made the world's heart smile when he made history by being the youngest person to get a double hand transplant. Those fingers are moving and Zion is working hard to get full use of his new hands.
Monkies have a soft spot in Jim Hammonds heart. Nicknamed 'The Monkey Whisperer' he helps families find their own furry primate friend.
Infinity Village is the first of its kind in Nashville, joining a national trend of homeless housing solutions through micro-home villages.
A wall of dust enveloped parts of the Phoenix metropolitan area in another storm from the annual monsoon season. (Aug. 26)
After a reporter and photographer were gunned down on air, the WDBJ news team took time in their broadcast to remember what made Alison Parker and Adam Ward so special.
A new FDA-approved fat-burning machine called Vanquish emits radio frequency waves that go through the skin and burn away the fat cells underneath. Each treatment costs between $650 and $900.
The 15-year-old rural Iowa boy behind the faux candidate 'Deez Nuts' talks about his campaign and the upcoming presidential election.
Eight-year-old Luke Dennison was born without fingers on his left hand after developing symbrachydactyly, a congenital abnormality of the hand. He's the envy of his friends now that he has six specialty hands.
After her blog post about Anna Dugger went viral, Jessica Kirkland explains why Anna's situation made her so angry.
Instead of a traditional bar, these newlyweds opted for a weed tent at their wedding reception. The move follows Oregon's decision to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
Christina Lang of Dunedin, Florida is so good at her sport, competitors and judges forget she only has one leg. The award-winning swimmer is crushing the competition one stroke at a time.