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Mr. Move owner sentenced to 6 months in federal prisonMr. Move owner sentenced to 6 months in federal prisonNEW ORLEANS- The owner of a Metairie moving company, which was the subject of an extortion investigation, and a series of Eyewitness News reports, has been sentenced to six months in federal prison.
- 4 days, 16 hours ago
Parents arrested for child desertion on NorthshoreParents arrested for child desertion on NorthshoreSt. Tammany Parish deputies arrested the father and mother of an abandoned 2-year-old boy on desertion charges
- 4 days, 18 hours ago
Hammond considers expanded smoking banHammond considers expanded smoking banA battle over the quality of air is brewing in Hammond.
- 5 days, 15 hours ago
"Lemonade for Life" inspiration dies at 42"Lemonade for Life" inspiration dies at 42PEARL RIVER- We have a sad update for you on a story we've covered for almost two years.
- 6 days, 14 hours ago
Both sides of St. Tammany fracking debate react to rulingBoth sides of St. Tammany fracking debate react to rulingYear-long efforts to stop a planned fracking project off of Highway 1088 in Mandeville, and any to follow, were deflated Monday, when a state judge ruled the state's right to issue drilling permits overpowers a local government's right to stop them with its own...
- 6 days, 15 hours ago
Deputies say father abandoned baby on stranger's drivewayDeputies say father abandoned baby on stranger's drivewayA man abandoned his infant boy and dropped him off in the driveway of a home on Hwy. 435 on the Northshore, according to the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office.
- 6 days, 17 hours ago
Judge rules against St. Tammany in fracking lawsuitJudge rules against St. Tammany in fracking lawsuitA judge has ruled against St. Tammany Parish in a major fracking lawsuit.
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Tangipahoa council, sheriff at odds over jail costsTangipahoa council, sheriff at odds over jail costsAMITE- Lunch time at the Tangipahoa Parish Jail is a busy time.
- 1 week, 2 days ago
Flooding reignites frustrations in Lacombe neighborhoodFlooding reignites frustrations in Lacombe neighborhoodAlmost 24 hours after downpours soaked St. Tammany Parish, the ditches throughout the Erindale subdivision remain full to the brim with water.
- 1 week, 4 days ago
Heavy rain moves through NorthshoreHeavy rain moves through NorthshoreThe morning commute for St. Tammany drivers heading away from the majority of rainfall was snagged when the Causeway Bridge was closed for around an hour.
- 1 week, 5 days ago
Search for gunman near hospital continues into nightSearch for gunman near hospital continues into nightAround 11:30 Monday morning, St. Tammany Sheriff's deputies and State Police swarmed the area around Lakeview Regional Medical Center.
- 1 week, 6 days ago
Man fires shots near Lakeview Hospital in CovingtonMan fires shots near Lakeview Hospital in CovingtonDeputies from the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office are searching for a man who reportedly fired some shots near Lakeview Hospital.
- 1 week, 6 days ago
Brother of former St. Tammany DA pleads not guilty to chargesBrother of former St. Tammany DA pleads not guilty to chargesRichard Reed, the brother of the former district attorney in Washington and St. Tammany parishes, pleaded not guilty in his felony case Monday.
- 1 week, 6 days ago
Man crashes St. Tammany police boat on alleged drunken joyrideMan crashes St. Tammany police boat on alleged drunken joyrideA volunteer member of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office boarded one of the office's boats and drove into a bar's piling while drunk, according to officials.
- 2 weeks ago
Strawberry Festival aiming to be successful through stormsStrawberry Festival aiming to be successful through stormsPONCHATOULA- The Town of Ponchatoula is seeing red this weekend.
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Community hands-on with Mandeville lakefront developmentCommunity hands-on with Mandeville lakefront developmentMANDEVILLE- Architects spent Thursday afternoon re-drawing renderings in a crunch.
- 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Victim's family faces murder suspect for the first timeVictim's family faces murder suspect for the first timeTears, hugs and tissues were spread amongst a group of friends and family members leaving the Tangipahoa Parish courthouse Wednesday.
- 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Police search for hit and run driver who slammed into homePolice search for hit and run driver who slammed into homeA pickup truck slammed into a home, doing substantial damage, before taking off in an unusual case of hit and run.
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Pearl River named one of 10 most endangered U.S. riversPearl River named one of 10 most endangered U.S. riversDr. Wagner's Honey Island Swamp Tour has been using the Pearl River and its tributaries to show off what Louisiana's made of for more than 30 years.
- 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Community praises Slidell officers after shootoutCommunity praises Slidell officers after shootoutThree police officers involved in a public shoot-out in Olde Towne over the weekend made their official statements about the incident Monday.
- 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Suspect posted disturbing web comments before police shootingSuspect posted disturbing web comments before police shooting"The perpetrator started shooting, hit the Tahoe 4 times, I don't know where the other Bullets went there was a lot of shooting going on," said Soda Shop's Frank Jackson.
- 3 weeks ago
Suspect in Slidell officer shooting 28-year-old MarineSuspect in Slidell officer shooting 28-year-old MarineA Marine and a firefighter, the 28-year-old suspect opened fire on Slidell Police Officers near Older Town Tavern.
- 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Child's family "speechless" over death ruled murder, arrest madeChild's family "speechless" over death ruled murder, arrest madeWAGGAMAN- Two bouquets of faded flowers sat in front of a home on Oleander Lane Friday.
- 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Agreement reached in Tangipahoa schools desegregation caseAgreement reached in Tangipahoa schools desegregation caseA federal court filing from this week reflects the first official compromise in a long time over a decades-old desegregation effort in Tangipahoa Parish.
- 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Jonie Morgan's body recovered in Bogue Chitto RiverJonie Morgan's body recovered in Bogue Chitto RiverSt. Tammany Parish deputies have recovered a body in the Bogue Chitto river Wednesday night that's believed to be Jonie Morgan.
- 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Public meeting over bacteria release leaves some unsettledPublic meeting over bacteria release leaves some unsettledA number of federal, state and local agencies are in Q&A mode as the public in St. Tammany Parish asks the latest on the investigation into an escaped bacteria at a Covington research facility.
- 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Underwater dams blamed for Pearl River boating accidentUnderwater dams blamed for Pearl River boating accidentThe underwater dams along the Pearl River Navigational Canal in St. Tammany Parish were created to maintain a safe water level between the three locks along the waterway.
- 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Survivors of Nepal's massive earthquake and ensuing avalanche on Mount Everest continue to face difficulties amid the devastation.
A wake was held in Baltimore for Freddie Gray on Sunday. Protesters took a break from their marching, at the request of Gray's family, and many went to pay their respects.
A few clouds this morning, but lots of sun by the afternoon. Temperatures will reach the low 60s. Each day becomes a little warmer until we reach the upper 70s and even low 80s by the end of the week. It looks to be sunny and dry all week.
Protesters took to the streets of Baltimore on Saturday to express their outrage over the death of Freddie Gray. They marched one day after the Baltimore Police Department acknowledged that it failed to get Gray the necessary medical attention.
The death toll continues to rise after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday. The quake destroyed homes and centuries-old temples. Neighboring countries also felt shocks and reported casualties.
As powdered caffeine grows in popularity, so too does the concern over fatal overdoses. Hospitals all across the country are seeing a rise in people seeking emergency medical attention.
A beloved Minnesota school teacher has returned to the classroom to say goodbye to his students and give them one last lesson.
Reality TV star and former Olympian Bruce Jenner spoke about his male-to-female transition for the first time with ABC's Diane Sawyer and said he is a woman.
Expect light spotty rain showers this evening. Late tonight into early Saturday morning we have a chance of non-severe thunderstorms along and south of I-80. Saturday will stay rainy throughout the morning and afternoon.
As if skydiving, mountain climbing and writing a book weren't challenging enough, blind veteran Scotty Smiley is now taking on the impossible Ironman challenge.