NEW ORLEANS — Residents say they are hearing mysterious "booms" in Jefferson Parish. A Man with ALS who was given tickets to the Super Bowl from Team Gleason died in a car fire on his way to the game. And the Super Bowl reached 100.7 million people, the fewest in a decade.
Here are the top stories you Need to Know to start your Tuesday morning:
Something mysterious is going on in Harahan and River Ridge. People there say they've heard strange cannon-like sounds, and they have no idea what's causing them. (Read more)
It was going to be a trip of a life time for Ed Cushman, 39.
The Shelby, North Carolina man living with ALS received two tickets to the Super Bowl from Team Gleason in New Orleans, former Saint Steve Gleason's organization created to raise aware about the disease
Cushman never made it to the big game. (Read more)
A boycott by disgruntled New Orleans Saints fans, a campaign by fans of quarterback Colin Kaepernick and a game many labeled as 'boring' contributed. (Read more)
High pressure remains east of Louisiana, so the southerly winds will persist for the next few days. This means more unseasonably warm, Spring-like, weather for us. A weak upper-level wave will move through today and it will bring us some scattered showers and a few thunderstorms. High temperatures will be in the mid 70s. (Read more)