NEW ORLEANS — A new interactive map lets people know if pollution has made a Louisiana waterway unsafe for swimming for fishing. A motorcyclist is dead after falling from an elevated portion of I-10. Three Louisiana artists took home Grammys last night.
Here are the top stories you Need to Know to start your Monday morning:
A new interactive map of Louisiana shows 58 lakes, bayous and other waterways where contaminated fish have been caught, the bottom is too polluted for safe swimming, or both. (Read more)
Police say a man is dead after falling from an elevated portion of Interstate 10 after his motorcycle crashed into a guardrail Sunday night. (Read more)
Watch out for some patchy dense fog and scattered showers across SE Louisiana this morning. This will likely slow down the morning commute!
It will be unseasonably mild again today as breezy southerly winds pump in Gulf Moisture and scattered showers. (Read more)
Three Louisiana artists earned Grammys at the 61st annual gathering for the award ceremony at the Staple Center in Los Angeles.
Several more were nominated for honors across the board but lost out to other acts. (Read more)
Nearly 50 tons of frozen chicken meals are being recalled because they contain eggs -- a known allergen -- which is not listed on the product labels. (Read more)