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Construction begins on artificial reef at The Pickets
NEW ORLEANS — Most South Louisiana anglers couldn't care less about fishing structures in the Gulf and big bays this time of year. They don't hold a lot of fish in the autumn and winter, and you'd have to drive over a whole bunch of speckled trout and redfish to get to them anyway.
October 24 2014
Trial begins for mayor and police chief of Springfield
New Orleans, Louisiana
The mayor and police chief of Springfield, along with their attorneys, arrived at court Thursday morning for what is expected to be the start of their trial.
October 23 2014
Police: 'Career criminal' arrested in New Orleans East shooting, attempted robbery
Start, Louisiana
The victim answered the door to find 24-year-old Samantha Jones pointing a gun at him, police say. Police say they have arrested a "career criminal" following a shooting and attempted robbery in New Orleans East.
October 18 2014
Family of former Saints player sues NFL over his suicide
Atlanta, Louisiana
The suit was filed Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court against the league, the Chargers, the New Orleans Saints and the corporations that own several helmet manufacturers. It also alleges fraud and negligence.
October 17 2014
Tentative trial date set in dismemberment case
KENNER, La. - Both suspects in the 2012 stabbing death and dismemberment of a Bourbon Street strip club dancer are now in Louisiana. Terry Speaks, 41, arrived at the New Orleans airport Wednesday morning. He said nothing as he was ushered to a police car surrounded by police and media. He had been extradited from New York after completing a federal sentence following his 2012 guilty plea for ...
October 15 2014
One Lockhart murder suspect heads to court, another returns to Louisiana
One of the two suspects in the gruesome murder of Jaren Lockhart will be back in Louisiana this morning and the other suspect is due in court today. WLOX News has learned Terry Speaks is flying into New Orleans in the next few hours.
October 15 2014
West Jefferson Medical Center to Host 2014 Family Fest
West Jefferson Hospital Foundation will be hosting the 5th Annual West Jeff Family Fest, scheduled October 10-11. All proceeds will benefit the Cancer Center at West Jefferson Medical Center, the only facility among New Orleans hospitals and medical facilities on the West Bank to provide radiation therapy. (PRWeb September 30, 2014) Read the full story at ...
October 04 2014
Taj Mahal’s Delta Blues Cruise
New Orleans MoreWatch Live: Health Officials Discuss Texas Ebola Patient NBC NewsHong Kong Leader Won't Resign, Warns Protesters NBC NewsSteer Clear! Pilots Told to Avoid Massive Walrus Herd NBC NewsLouisiana Teachers Shelley Dufresne, Rachel Respess Charged In Student Sex Abuse Case Huffington PostMichael Dunn Found Guilty Of First-Degree Murder In Killing Of Jordan Davis Huffington…
October 02 2014
Suspect in Bobo case has mind of child, cousin says
New Orleans, Louisiana
The family of the latest man accused in the Holly Bobo murder said Wednesday there's no way he could have been involved because he has the mental capacity of a child.
October 02 2014
Rape victims pay for hospital care in Louisiana
Cameron, louisiana
Some rape victims pay out of pocket for emergency medical services in Louisiana because of recent changes in hospital ownership, according to advocates at the New Orleans Family Justice Center. Our partners at | The Times-Picayune report the bills can add up to thousands of dollars.
September 25 2014
NOPD grilled over body cameras
New Orleans, Louisiana
In the wake of several high-profile NOPD murder cases and ongoing efforts to completely overhaul the embattled New Orleans Police Department, body cameras were touted as a way to increase officer accountability, but new information in one officer-involved shooting raises questions about how often police are using body cameras and dash cameras, WWL-TV reported Tuesday.
September 22 2014
Greg Meffert sentenced after emotional plea to the court
New Orleans, Louisiana
"It is true that I lost everything I had," Meffert said. "I even lost my name. Now, I am nobody and I have no one to blame but myself."
September 19 2014
NOPD searches for man wanted for attempted murder
New Orleans, Louisiana
Police are searching for a man wanted for attempted first-degree murder on Saturday.
September 17 2014
Reserve couple goes on tirade during sentencing in death of son
New Orleans, Louisiana
A reserve couple screamed and hurled insults in court as they were being sentenced Monday in the death of their eight year old son.
September 17 2014
Teen will serve time for killing sister, trying to hide evidence
New Orleans, Louisiana
A teen who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the shooting death of his 10-year-old sister will serve several years in a Tennessee Department of Corrections Youth Facility.
September 17 2014
NOPD officer still hospitalized; 1 suspect dead, 2 in custody for shooting
New Orleans, Louisiana
One suspect is dead and two others are in custody following a shootout with an NOPD officer.
September 17 2014
How America's Murder Capital Is Using Innovation Strategy To Reduce Violent Deaths
New Orleans is no longer the top murder city, and that achievement is partly thanks to a deep data dive taken by an innovation team that knew nothing about crime or policing. City governments all over the country like to talk about how they're innovating or how they can better innovate. But many examples of this are relatively low-stakes. Few people will live or die by whether a bureaucracy can ...
September 13 2014
Monitor says OPP is far from reformed
The monitor overseeing court-ordered reform efforts at the violent and unsanitary New Orleans jail says progress is slow, while inmates and staff at the lockup "continue to face grave harm."
September 10 2014
Person of interest sought in I-10 double murder
New Orleans Police are asking for the public's help in locating 34-year-old Gerald Arnold, who may have information about an Aug. 9 double homicide on Interstate 10.
September 10 2014
N.O. mayor on hand for grand opening of N.O. East hospital renovated by Lafayette company
The former Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital, which had sat dormant since Hurricane Katrina and had left nearly 126,000 eastern New Orleans residents without an accessible community hospital, now has been completely renovated by a Lafayette company into a brand new state-of-the-art health facility. The Lemoine Company, based in Lafayette, served as the project's general contractor. New ...
September 09 2014
After 41 Years in Solitary, 'Angola Three' Prisoner Renews Fight for Justice
New Orleans, Louisiana
After serving more than 41 years in solitary confinement, the longest sentence in isolation ever served by a U.S. inmate, Angola Three prisoner Albert Woodfox had a new day in court on Thursday to seek damages against Louisiana prison authorities for constitutional rights violations.
September 04 2014
LSU health nursing awarded grant to improve access to education & advanced nursing care
( Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center ) The LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing was awarded a $700,000 Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship grant to increase access to advanced nursing education and patient care for disadvantaged, underserved and under-represented groups, as well as veterans. The Health Resources and Services Administration of the US Department of Health and ...
September 02 2014
New hospital touted as catalyst for economic boom for New Orleans East
The highly anticipated New Orleans East hospital is complete and ready to serve the people of New Orleans East, Gentilly and the Lower 9th Ward.
September 02 2014
LSU considers expanding med school to Lafayette
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - Officials say LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans is considering offering a three-year medical school program in Lafayette to produce more new doctors for the state. The Advocate reports ( ) the school's chancellor, Dr. Larry Hollier, was in Lafayette on Wednesday at the ...
August 31 2014
New hospital expected to be an economic engine for N.O. East
New Orleans East struggled for nine years without a full-service hospital. Today the community celebrated its return.
August 29 2014
LSUHSC forms cancer drug network in LA, MS
Cancer patients in Louisiana and south Mississippi will find it easier to join tests of treatments and promising new drugs under a new network organized by the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Centers in New Orleans and Shreveport.
August 28 2014
Judge sentences man to 25 years in prison for sexual battery
New Orleans, Louisiana
Court officials reported a man was sentenced to 25 years in prison without the benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence after pleading no contest to sexual battery.
August 28 2014
LSUHSC awarded $5.6 million NCI grant to save lives and boost economy
( Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center ) LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans has been awarded a $5.6 million grant over five years to build a regional cancer clinical trials network. Open to all patients, the focus of the Gulf South Minority/Underserved NCI Community Oncology Research Program is minority and underserved patients who die from cancer at higher rates. This ...
August 22 2014
Guest Post: Why New Orleanians should care about coastal restoration, by Lynda Woolard
Guest post by Lynda Woolard (New Orleans) This post is the first in a two-part guest series. "The simple truth is, if we fail to restore our coast, we fail to protect our city from future storms." I was recently blessed with an opportunity to go along for a boat trip to see the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet (MRGO) and the Central Wetlands of southeast Louisiana with a delegation from the ...
August 18 2014
La, Miss hospitals form cancer drug test network
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Cancer patients in Louisiana and south Mississippi will find it easier to join tests of treatments and promising new drugs under a network organized by the Louisiana State University cancer centers in New Orleans and Shreveport.
August 10 2014
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