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NFL Preseason Power RankingsNFL Preseason Power Rankings1/Seattle - Back in the day the trend was to pick the previous year's Super Bowl loser because that team had a chip on its shoulder. This one will, especially because they are having trouble paying them all. Yes, Chancellor is uncertain, but most teams have far...
- 14 hours, 42 minutes ago
Miles lines up his offensive lineMiles lines up his offensive lineLSU will be starting two first-time starters, including one freshman, on its offensive line when it opens the season at 6:30 p.m. Saturday against McNeese State in Tiger Stadium on the SEC Network.
- 7 hours, 20 minutes ago
Saints trade receiver/returner Jalen Saunders to PatriotsSaints trade receiver/returner Jalen Saunders to PatriotsThe Saints have traded receiver / return man Jalen Saunders to the Pats for a conditional draft pick.
- 18 hours, 11 minutes ago
NOPD: 3 teens arrested for string of Uptown armed robberiesNOPD: 3 teens arrested for string of Uptown armed robberiesPolice have announced the arrests of three suspects, all juveniles, in connection with a series of armed robberies in Uptown.
- 13 hours, 49 minutes ago
NOPD solves 11 Uptown crimes, more unsolvedNOPD solves 11 Uptown crimes, more unsolvedNOPD made another arrest in an Uptown armed robbery crime spree, but the latest rash of armed robberies are still unsolved.
- 6 hours, 32 minutes ago
Mental health hub being developed in St. TammanyMental health hub being developed in St. TammanyThese incidents, and many more like them across the country, are part of the reason St. Tammany Parish is now full-steam ahead with a plan to bring more mental health help to the area.
- 8 hours, 54 minutes ago
Action Report: City sends quick help to collapsing houseAction Report: City sends quick help to collapsing houseIt was a stunning sight, the Lower Ninth Ward house half collapsed, the roof failing, the sides bulging out, but what frightened the neighbors was when the porch and carport that had caved in, falling toward their house.
- 9 hours, 6 minutes ago
Study ranks New Orleans in top of U.S. cities who hate touristsStudy ranks New Orleans in top of U.S. cities who hate touristsStudy ranks New Orleans at top of U.S. cities who hate tourists
- 15 hours, 53 minutes ago
Margie O'Dair, veteran actress & early radio star, diesMargie O'Dair, veteran actress & early radio star, diesMargie O'Dair, veteran actress & early WWL radio star, dies
- 9 hours, 24 minutes ago
Sheriff's deputy killed north of Chicago; massive manhunt underwaySheriff's deputy killed north of Chicago; massive manhunt underwayDeputy was killed while he was on a routine patrol near the suburb of Fox Lake.
- 12 hours, 59 minutes ago
- Clancy's Commentaries
DuBos: A thank you to the Katrina volunteersDuBos: A thank you to the Katrina volunteersFor all of us who lived through Katrina, ten years seems almost like the blink of an eye. Yet, for much of that time, it seemed things would never get better. Little by little, we picked ourselves up and got to work.
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- 8 hours, 37 minutes ago
Funeral honors WWL-TV patriarch J. Michael EarlyFuneral honors WWL-TV patriarch J. Michael EarlyFriends, loved ones and the Channel 4 family said their final goodbyes to the J. Michael Early, man who was the father of station.
- 9 hours, 59 minutes ago
Bicyclist struck and killed on U.S. 190Bicyclist struck and killed on U.S. 190A woman riding a bike on US 190 in Robert was hit by an SUV and killed Monday night, according to State Police.
- 11 hours, 8 minutes ago
Student robbed at gunpoint near Loyola campusStudent robbed at gunpoint near Loyola campusSunday night ended in terror for one Loyola student. Police say shortly after 9:30 pm, the female student was walking near Freret and Joseph streets...when a man approached her, put a gun to her head, and demanded her purse.
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Crane barge sinks in Mississippi RiverCrane barge sinks in Mississippi RiverCrane barge sinks in Mississippi River
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No injuries in brazen 7th Ward shootoutNo injuries in brazen 7th Ward shootoutGunfire in the St. Roch neighborhood sent residents and drivers ducking for cover Monday afternoon.
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Pope Francis to allow priests to forgive abortionPope Francis to allow priests to forgive abortionCatholic Church will grant priests the right to forgive women who have had abortions.
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Wall Street kicks off stormy Sept: Dow plunges 470 points on weak China dataWall Street kicks off stormy Sept: Dow plunges 470 points on weak China dataAfter posting its worst monthly loss in more than five years, the Dow has a steep drop.
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New offshore mega port to be built near mouth of riverNew offshore mega port to be built near mouth of riverOfficials toasted the $25 million first phase of the new offshore port to be built off the coast near the mouth of the Mississippi River.
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Suspects wanted for Papa John's burglarySuspects wanted for Papa John's burglaryPolice believe the men entered the restaurant through a back door that was left unlocked. Once inside, they took several items before taking off from the scene.
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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 ForecastStill feeling like summer
- 9 hours, 58 minutes ago
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.
- 1 day, 8 hours ago
Tropical Update: Fred pulls away from Cape VerdeTropical Update: Fred pulls away from Cape VerdeFred pulls away from Cape Verde
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SAVINGS 4 YOU: Tablets at Black Friday prices for back to schoolSAVINGS 4 YOU: Tablets at Black Friday prices for back to schoolSAVINGS 4 YOU: Tablets at Black Friday prices for back to school
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UNO President Fos to leave school in JanuaryUNO President Fos to leave school in JanuaryAmid rampant speculation that University of New Orleans President Peter Fos was leaving the lakefront campus, the university officially confirmed that Fos will retire from the university.
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In Your Area
Officer David Collins enjoys his 'beat'. During his traffic-control shifts he brings smiles to people on the way to church by dancing in the middle of the street.
Watch as baby green turtles race toward the Atlantic Ocean from Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge. Video by Chris Long, University of Central Florida, with permission from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as part of permitted research.
Hubert Tang spent a 20-dollar-bill he found on the street on lottery tickets, which ended up winning him a million. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) explains.
A 31-year-old mom endured unexplained headaches for months before going to the hospital. She never imagined doctors would find sacs of larvae from eight tapeworm eggs growing inside her brain.
This police officer probably does double dutch better than you. Alan Jones has been seen by millions on Facebook jumping rope at a community event in Prince George County, Maryland. Hear from the officer who said it was his very first time.
Seven daysa week Gigi and Pop Pop drive around delivering happiness in the form of donated flowers. Trader Joe's donates them after they're no longer sellable, giving the couple an opportunity to brighten strangers' days.
The 14-year-old Texas boy battling a rare brain-eating amoeba has died. Michael Riley Jr. contracted the disease after swimming in a Houston-area lake.
It turns out New York's not the city that has the most beef with annoying sightseers. Stratos Jets released a study looking at which U.S, destinations love and hate tourists the most, and these five cities have the most "hate."
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.