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  1. Northshore school teacher accused of molesting six children

    Northshore school teacher accused of molesting six children

    A Mt. Hermon special education teacher is behind bars on aggravated incest and pornography charges.

  2. Work release co-owner sends racially-charged letter to parish president

    Work release co-owner sends racially-charged letter to parish president

    One of the owners of a now-closed work release program in St. Tammany Parish fired back at the parish president after she asked him to step down from the board of Recreation District No. 4.

  3. Deputies: Man kills wife, son; car found on bridge

    Deputies: Man kills wife, son; car found on bridge

    GONZALES, La. (AP) — Ascension Parish deputies say they are searching for a man who may have jumped off a Mississippi River bridge after shooting and killing his estranged wife and 12-year-old son.

  4. Michaels confirms breach of as many as 2.6M cards

    Michaels Stores said Thursday that about 2.6 million cards, or about 7% of all debit and credit cards used at its namesake stores, may have been affected in a security breach.

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    Man "not ready for another baby" punches pregnant girlfriend in stomach

    A 25-year-old Baton Rouge man was arrested and charged with attempted first degree feticide after he allegedly punched his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach.

  6. Children's Hospital admits mistake after fungal outbreak claims lives

    Children's Hospital admits mistake after fungal outbreak claims lives

    Old wounds are now reopened for the families of nearly a half-dozen patients who died at Children's Hospital. The medical facility confirming those patients contracted a deadly fungus from bed linens.

  7. Pete Fountain announces his retirement

    Pete Fountain announces his retirement

    One of the American Songbook’s greatest clarinetists and a musical icon, Pete Fountain, has retired from performing.

  8. Judge: Proof evident that Sharper raped woman in Arizona

    Judge: Proof evident that Sharper raped woman in Arizona

    A Phoenix judge ruled Thursday that former NFL star Darren Sharper is not entitled to bail in Arizona, finding "proof evident and presumption great" that he raped a woman in Tempe on Nov. 21.

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    Epic Easter Eggs

  10. Apple's iPad in trouble?

    Apple's iPad in trouble?

    Less than two years ago, Apple's (ticker: AAPL) iPad absolutely dominated the tablet space. As of mid-2012, Apple still claimed nearly 70% of the tablet market, while Android tablet manufacturers were struggling to make any headway.

  11. Why $1M may not fill your retirement nest egg

    Why $1M may not fill your retirement nest egg

    You've been saving like a miser to get ready for retirement. You've pinched pennies, kept that last car for what seems like an eternity. You've banked a cool $1 million for your retirement.

  12. Large package of marijuana washes ashore in Grand Isle

    Large package of marijuana washes ashore in Grand Isle

    The Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office and the Grand Isle police are trying to figure out where 18 pounds of marijuana that washed ashore Tuesday came from.

  13. Crescent City Classic route, parking information

    Crescent City Classic route, parking information

    he Crescent City Classic 10K road race is scheduled to take place Saturday, April 19, and the city of New Orleans has some important route and parking information for those involved in the race and for residents who will want to avoid the route.

  14. Sheriff: 10-year-old brought loaded gun to elementary school

    Sheriff: 10-year-old brought loaded gun to elementary school

    A 10-year-old boy was in custody Wednesday after the sheriff said he brought a loaded handgun to school in his backpack.

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  16. Metairie apartment fire displaces four young families

    Metairie apartment fire displaces four young families

    A three-alarm fire has left four young families with children homeless.

  17. Saints re-sign Meachem to one-year deal

    Saints re-sign Meachem to one-year deal

    The Saints have re-signed wide receiver Robert Meachem to a one-year deal, the club announced Friday.

  18. Top Frank recipes for Lent

    Top Frank recipes for Lent

    Going meatless doesn't have to mean going tasteless. Some of Frank's best recipes don't have meat, though they do have a lot of seafood.

  19. Children's Hospital admits mistake after fungal outbreak claims lives

    Children's Hospital admits mistake after fungal outbreak claims lives

    Children's Hospital says a fungus did not kill five "gravely ill" children who were patients at the hospital from 2008 to 2009.

  20. Decades-old Lakeshore Drive weekend motorist ban lifted

    Decades-old Lakeshore Drive weekend motorist ban lifted

    After nearly three decades, the Lakefront will once again be open to traffic in both directions on weekends.