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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Tropical Depression Eleven forms in Gulf near Texas coast [ Local Stories]

The system will bring a flood threat to southeast Texas.



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New Orleans' Storyland reopening date set after renovation [ Local Stories]

New Orleans' Storyland will reopen Sept. 28, with an $800,000 renovation nearly complete. It's the first makeover in 35 years for the 60-year-old playground in City Park.



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Hunters bagged 918 alligators on Mississippi public waters [ Local Stories]

Mississippi's alligator program coordinator says great weather, high water and increasing expertise made for a good alligator season in public waters.



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4 new West Nile virus cases reported in Mississippi [ Local Stories]

The Mississippi State Department of Health is reporting four new human cases of West Nile virus.



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Tropical Depression Ten forms in Atlantic, forecast to become a hurricane [ Local Stories]

Tropical Depression Ten has formed in the Central Atlantic and could become the next named storm later Tuesday.



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Videocast: tropics update, not as hot this weekend [ Local Stories]

A very slow-moving disturbance from the western Gulf of Mexico has a low chance of tropical development. Heat will back down a little this weekend.



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Monday, September 16, 2019

Hotter weather Tuesday through Thursday [ Local Stories]

Morning lows drop into the low 70s to the low 80s. Hot day ahead Tuesday. Highs will be in the upper 80s along the coast, low 90s Metro and low to mid 90s Northshore. 20-40% rain chance Tuesday. The better chance is along the coast and South Central Louisiana. Record highs for the next few days are in the upper 90s all set in 2018. We will likely not have any new record highs then.

Humberto has 90 mph winds. Moving ENE 8 mph. Now located 625 miles West of Bermuda. Humberto is forecast to become a major hurricane by Wednesday. Tropical storm watch is posted for Bermuda.

A small low pressure located about 1200 miles East of the Lesser Antilles has a 90% chance tropical development in 3-5 days. Tropical depression is forecast to develop within the next couple of days.

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NOPD investigating masked person pulling on Uptown home door [ Local Stories]

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Hotter Tuesday [ Local Stories]

Morning lows drop into the low 70s to low 80s. Some patchy fog is possible in the morning. Mostly Cloudy Tuesday with highs ranging from the mid 80s closer to the Coast, low 90s Metro, and low to mid 90s Northshore. 20 to 30% rain chance mainly on the South Shore. Lower rain chances Wednesday, so a little hotter. Fall finally arrives Monday, September 23, but it's still going to be hot.

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City holds Criminal Justice Feedback forum [ Local Stories]

The city holds a forum to get input on a plan to improve the criminal justice system.



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Protests spark over concussion protocol for youth football at Gretna park [ Local Stories]

Concerned parents and kids protested outside the Jefferson Parish Parks and Recreation building Monday morning over concerns for the safety of their children.



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Local doctors: New procedure could cut down Drew Brees' recovery time [ Local Stories]

Local doctors are weighing in on a possible procedure that could get Brees back on the field sooner.



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2019 Beach Sweep [ Local Stories]

Organizers with the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation are hosting the Beach Sweep to help clean up the area.



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Hot Seat: Race for St. Tammany Parish President [ Local Stories]

We continue our Commitment 2019 coverage with the race for St. Tammany Parish President.



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Videocast: Locally heavy rain possible, tropics update [ Local Stories]

Scattered showers and storms may lead to locally heavy rain and street flooding south of the lake.



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Sunday, September 15, 2019

RAW VIDEO: Drew Brees on injury: "I'm concerned" [ Local Stories]

Saints quarterback Drew Brees discussed his thumb injury following the Saints 27-9 loss to the Rams.



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Baleada Festival [ Local Stories]

Dozens in Kenner are celebrating the Hispanic heritage with the Honduran meal, the Baleada.



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Drew Brees leaves game vs. L.A. Rams with injury [ Local Stories]

Brees has missed only one game due to injury in 19 NFL seasons



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Saints beat Texans in nail biter season opener [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans Saints have dome-field advantage against the Houston Texans.



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Report: Sean Payton, Saints agree on 5-year contract extension [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans Saints and head coach Sean Payton has agreed to a 5-year contract extension.

The deal was first reported by Jay Glazer with Fox Sports.

Payton has been with New Orleans since 2006 and is the winningest head coach in franchise history.

His new deal will keep him in New Orleans through the 2023 season.

Payton, 55, currently has a reported annual salary of $8.5 million making him the NFL’s fourth highest paid head coach behind New England’s Bill Belichick, Seattle’s Pete Carroll and Oakland’s Jon Gruden.

Financial terms of Payton’s new deal have not been released.



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WDSU in the Kitchen: Tiger Kebabs and Jasmine Rice [ Local Stories]

In this week's WDSU in the kitchen, Chef Marc make a tasty tailgate recipe that is quick and easy.



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Northshore 1-year-old to be featured in Times Square [ Local Stories]

Coldon Pittman's family fights for Down Syndrome rights



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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Tulane routs Missouri State 58-6 [ Local Stories]

Tyjae Spears, Amare Jones and Justin McMillan each accounted for a pair of touchdowns



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Burrow clinical, No. 4 LSU downs Northwestern State, 65-14 [ Local Stories]

Joe Burrow completed 21 of 24 passes for 373 yards and two touchdowns



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Training day: Teen Court in session [ Local Stories]

Teen volunteers learn ropes for program that helps juvenile offenders



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Group helps immigrants on path to citizenship [ Local Stories]

The American Immigration Lawyers puts on its annual Citizenship Day event.



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Each One Save One Reunion [ Local Stories]

Dozens of people got the chance to thank their mentors for helping change their life during the Each One Save One reunion.



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Hot with some rain chances Sunday [ Local Stories]

It will be a hot end to the weekend, but some may get some cool relief in the form of rain.



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Mississippi, Louisiana rank in top 4 among worst adult obesity rates [ Local Stories]

Mississippi tied with West Virginia in 2018 for highest level of adult obesity in the nation, 39.5%. Louisiana ranked fourth with 36.8% of adults obese.



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2 city ex-workers in Mississippi say they were fired because they are white [ Local Stories]

Two former employees of a southwest Mississippi city are pursuing legal action, claiming black officials fired them because they were white.



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Another hot day and active tropics [ Local Stories]

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Friday, September 13, 2019

Humberto forecast to become a hurricane [ Local Stories]

Tropical Storm Humberto forms 225 miles ESE of Freeport, Grand Bahama. Max sustained winds are 40 mph. Moving NW 6 mph. Tropical storm warnings posted for the NW Bahamas including Andros Island. Humberto will be close to the NW Bahamas Saturday, and offshore from the East Coast of Florida Saturday into early next week. Humberto is forecast to make a hard east turn as the Bermuda High weakens and a trough of low pressure moves towards the East Coast.

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12 people directed to wrong location for assessment review [ Local Stories]

City Council says it got unprecedented number of appeals from the reassessments this year, nearly 6,000




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Local nurse recognized for saving a toddler's life [ Local Stories]

Local nurse is honored with the Daisy Award



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Dismissed NFL suit cited in sexual abuse suit against church [ Local Stories]

A Louisiana court's dismissal of a lawsuit against the NFL over officiating at the Saints playoff game in January now figures in a lawsuit against Catholic Church officials over alleged sexual abuse.



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Chevron makes large donation to Kenner Discovery School [ Local Stories]

The money will be used to help teachers enhance the learning experience.



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Portions of I-12 closed near Springfield exit after fatal fiery crash [ Local Stories]

Drivers are advised to use I-55 North to US 190 West as an alternate route.



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Nyx gets ready for a murder mystery fundraiser [ Local Stories]

The Mystic Krewe of Nyx is putting on the Murder Mystery Fundraiser to help NORD playgrounds.



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Master P opens new restaurant in Harvey [ Local Stories]

Rapper and entrepreneur Master P has opened a new restaurant in New Orleans.



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Edwards holds fundraising lead in Louisiana governor's race [ Local Stories]

Republicans challenging Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards couldn't match the Democrat's fundraising pace as they ready for final advertising blitzes ahead of the Oct. 12 election.



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Woman charged after leading police to child's remains in bag [ Local Stories]

A Mississippi woman is charged with capital murder after police say she led them to a basement where they found what could be the remains of a 5-year-old child who had been missing for months.



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Mississippi 12-year-old scores 27 on ACT [ Local Stories]

A 12-year-old girl from Canton is going viral on the internet for her outstanding academic achievement.



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12 things you need to know about renting in New Orleans - [Curbed New Orleans - All]


Tall skyscrapers loom behind smaller, older buildings and the sky is a sunset A luxury penthouse apartment or former slave quarters can all be had in New Orleans. | Via Shutterstock

Editor’s note: This story was published in 2015. It has been updated to reflect the latest information.

Whether it’s a crazy landlord, multiple flooding incidents, or a traumatic encounter with the incongruously named palmetto bug, almost every New Orleans renter has a nightmare to share. While it's hard to say how horrors like those could have been prevented (crazy landlords, especially, always seem cool at first) there are some things you should know before renting that can help protect you in the long-run. Below are 12 things you should know about renting in New Orleans, from Louisiana laws to good ol' common sense.

  1. Word of mouth is often your best bet when it comes to finding an apartment. The best deals tend not to surface on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace. So if you’re moving here from across the country, mobilize what network you have—coworkers, friends and family, that friendly bartender at Molly’s—to snag a sweet place. If that doesn’t work, there’s always the time-tested method of beating the pavement. Plenty of old-school New Orleans landlords stick a “For Rent” sign in the window and call it a day.

2. URLTA Protections (or Lack Thereof). Louisiana has not adopted the Uniform Residential Landlord-Tennant Act, which was created as model legislation by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws in 1972. This means that tenants have less leverage in Louisiana when it comes to landlord dealings. A bill aimed at strengthening the rights of tenants was proposed in 2014, but nothing came of it.

3. Evictions. In Louisiana, if you are a month-to-month tenant your landlord can evict you for no reason, but he or she has to give you 10 days notice. If you break your lease terms, like by not paying rent, your landlord only has to give you a five-day notice to move out.

4. What happens if my apartment is damaged in a flood, storm or fire? This is especially pertinent in New Orleans, which is susceptible to hurricanes and flooding. If your property is damaged because of any of those things you are not responsible, and you have the right to terminate your lease (if you're responsible for the flood or fire then you're on your own). However, you are responsible for any of your stuff that's damaged. Which brings us to our next point ...

5. Get renters insurance! Seriously. New Orleans is a high-crime city that's also prone to natural disasters. And because many rentals are in very old buildings, there can be electrical fires. If you have valuable possessions, protect them.

6. Bugs and pests. Another common problem in our tropical city is the ubiquity of bugs and other critters. When you move in, inspect your property thoroughly and, besides taking note of any flaws in the property that could be problematic, take note if there's a cockroach or any other kind of infestation. At that point your landlord might be able to take care of it, but once you're in there for awhile, a bug problem might be due to lack of cleanliness and therefore your fault. If you have termites, that's definitely the property owner's responsibility.

7. Lead-based paint. Per the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992, your landlord must provide you with the EPA-approved "Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home" pamphlet, provide any records and reports on lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards which are available, and provide an attachment to the lease (or language inserted in the lease itself) which includes a Lead Warning Statement and confirms that landlord has complied with all notification requirements.

8. Repairs. Louisiana law says landlords are required to make necessary repairs (structural repairs, heating, plumbing, etc.). If your landlord neglects to make these necessary repairs, you may be able to cancel the lease (but talk to a lawyer before withholding rent). You can do the repairs yourself and get reimbursed, as long as you can prove the repair was necessary, your landlord failed to act in a reasonable amount of time, and the cost of the repair was not exorbitant.

9. Bad neighbors? If your neighbor is not one of your landlord's tenants, it's not their problem. If he or she is, and they are doing something that interferes with your "peaceful possession" of the property (like having a dog that barks all night, all-night ragers, selling drugs or operating an illegal short-term rental), then your landlord has a duty to do something about it. (Does having a batshit landlady count as violation your peaceful occupation?)

10. Speaking of short-term rentals (STRs), it’s legal for you to Airbnb a spare bedroom provided that your neighborhood is zoned for STRs (check here—STRs are outlawed in the Garden District and most of the French Quarter) and that you procure written permission from your landlord. This note must be attached to your STR license application. Alternately, if you suspect people in your building of operating an illegal STR, you can report them here.

11. Security deposits. In Louisiana, your landlord must return your security deposit within a month of you moving out unless you damaged the property beyond "normal wear and tear." Some examples of normal wear and tear include a worn carpet, flooring, walls that have small dings in them, or small holes in screens. Not normal wear and tear? Broken windows, holes in walls, leaving trash in your apartment and in general, leaving the place super gross.

12. One final fact. If either you or your landlord dies, that does not dissolve the lease agreement. You or your landlord's heirs are still bound by the agreement.

If you are being discriminated against when it comes to housing, call the Louisiana Attorney General's Fair Housing Hotline: 1-800-273-5718.

Sources:
· Landord-Tenant Laws [New Orleans Bar Association]
· Louisiana Landlord-Tenant Law [Loyola University Law School]
· A Guide to Louisiana Landlord & Tenant Laws [Louisiana Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General]


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Man found shot to death in New Orleans East, NOPD says [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a homicide that happened early Friday morning.



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Funeral arrangements released for Marrero brother, sister killed in shooting [ Local Stories]

Mekia Neleh Smith, 7 , and Ronald "Pookie" Eddington, III, 21, were killed in a shooting on Sept. 4 at their home in Marrero.



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Where Y'at magazine's picks for September 13, 2019 [ Local Stories]

Where Y'at magazine's entertainment picks for the weekend of September 13, 2019



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NHC: Tropical storm will likely form near the Bahamas this weekend [ Local Stories]

A tropical depression or storm may form later Friday or into Saturday near the Bahamas, the National Hurricane Center says.



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More record heat possible Friday [ Local Stories]

Record highs are in jeopardy once again Friday as we'll be heating up into the low to mid 90s.



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Precautionary boil water advisory in New Orleans East [ Local Stories]

The Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans (SWBNO) has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for a limited area of New Orleans East, bounded by I-10 to Hayne Boulevard and Read Boulevard to Paris Road.



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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Highs back in the mid 90s [ Local Stories]

It's still Summer, and it's feeling every bit of it! Fall arrives Monday, September 23. I can't wait. Our weather will depend on where Potential Tropical Cyclone 9 goes. Right now it's forecast to move over the NW Bahamas and then along or possibly onshore along the East Coast of Florida, then along the Coast of Georgia, SC and NC. A strong upper high would build across the Central United States, which means hot weather for us next week!

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Baton Rouge cops take sensitivity training after N-word emails exposed [ Local Stories]

Officers ordered to take two sessions; police chief sat in



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Record Heat again Friday [ Local Stories]

The heat goes on. Record high today at the Airport. The high was 96. The old record was 94 set in 2010. Record high Friday is 95, and we will likely hit it. Hot weather is forecast into next week. The weather will of course depend on the future track of Potential Tropical Cyclone 9. There is uncertainty in the forecast track. Should it move as is now forecast, we would stay on the west side of the system. That means hot dry weather. The potential for more record breaking high temps next week with a slight rain chance.

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Judge delays ruling in case to move Chelsea Thornton to group home [ Local Stories]

Woman accused of killing her two children will remain in secured mental health facility



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Ponchatoula gas station robbed at gunpoint [ Local Stories]

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Lopinto leads big over Fortunato in sheriff’s campaign fundraising [ Local Stories]

The race for Jefferson Parish Sheriff is a lopsided contest if you’re basing it on how much money the top candidates have raised.



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Boxes catch fire at Jefferson Parish Home Depot [ Local Stories]

According to the fire department, boxes behind the store caught fire around 1 p.m.



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Gunfire exchanged between suspect and Gretna officer during foot chase [ Local Stories]

According to police, officers were patrolling closed businesses at the 90 block of the Westbank Expressway when a man, identified as Herman Franklin, was seen looking into windows and parked cars.



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100 acres of City Park to get major face-lift [ Local Stories]

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LSP insurance fraud investigation results in several arrests [ Local Stories]

Troopers assigned to the Louisiana State Police Insurance Fraud / Auto Theft Unit brought two separate criminal cases to conclusion over the last week resulting in numerous arrests.



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WWL Radio host at center of homophobic slur controversy taking leave of absence [ Local Stories]

A WWL Radio host at the center of a controversy involving a homophobic slur has announced that he will be taking a leave of absence.



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South Louisiana Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness [ Local Stories]

The South Louisiana Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness is designed to address the growing opioid epidemic by reaching out to our youth to stop addiction before it starts.



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More naps could benefit your health [ Local Stories]

WDSU Medical Editor Dr. Corey Hebert talks about how napping once or twice a week can benefit your health.



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Tropical development chances increasing in the Gulf of Mexico [ Local Stories]

Conditions are becoming favorable for a tropical depression or a tropical storm to form within the next day or so as the system moves toward the northwest through the northwestern Bahamas and toward the Florida Peninsula at 5 to 10 mph.



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Remembering September 11: Stories shared on the 18th anniversary [ Local Stories]

WDSU speaks with people who witnessed the tragedy in New York, the Pentagon



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Coast Guard searching for person in water in St. Charles Parish [ Local Stories]

Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector New Orleans received a report Wednesday evening at 8:26 p.m. of a white female jumping from the Luling Bridge.



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Coast Guard responds to oily sheen near New Orleans [ Local Stories]

The source and quantity of the sheen is unknown, according to the Coast Guard.



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Flood-prone New Orleans to get porous paving in new lots [ Local Stories]

The City Council last week unanimously ruled in favor of the pavement ordinance, which allows rainwater to flow into the soil below.



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Videocast: Still hot, tropical development odds increasing near the Bahamas [ Local Stories]

There is a high chance of tropical development near the Bahamas by the weekend.



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NOPD to host Innovation Lab on Juvenile Crime [ Local Stories]

Focused on reducing car burglaries and thefts



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Hot and humid Thursday, following Invest 95L [ Local Stories]

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96% of city's linear drainage pipe lines not inspected this year [ Local Stories]

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Social media expert, human rights activist weigh in on homophobic slur tweeted from WWL Radio account [ Local Stories]

The tweet was sent from the station's account and directed at one of its employees, radio host Seth Dunlap.



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Toddler's death ruled homicide after coroner's report reveals several traumatic injuries [ Local Stories]

New Orleans police are investigating the May death of a toddler as a homicide following the New Orleans coroner’s finding that she died of “multiple blunt trauma injuries.”



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Battle of the Badges Blood Drive results are in [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans area police and firefighters came together Wednesday for the Battle of the Badges Blood Drive.



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Fewer Louisiana residents are going without health insurance [ Local Stories]

The number of Louisiana residents without health insurance is falling, even as the national uninsured rate grew last year.



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Medium chance for tropical development in Gulf of Mexico [ Local Stories]

A tropical depression could form near the northwest Bahamas or south Florida as early as Friday, with further development possible over the Gulf this weekend.



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Covington area mother arrested after daughter brings THC edibles to school [ Local Stories]

The resource officer at the school learned that an 11-year-old had brought the gummies to the school and passed them out to other students.



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How to incorporate better money habits [ Local Stories]

CPA Kemberley Washington stops by to tell us how to make better money habits.



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Marrero man dies at hospital after shooting, JPSO investigating [ Local Stories]

Sheriff Joseph Lopinto said the homicide happened in the 400 block of Robinson Avenue in Marrero.



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Taysom Does It: Can he master darts? [ Local Stories]

Over the next few weeks WDSU will put Taysom Hill to the test where he will face different challenges to see if he really can do it all.



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There is a medium chance of tropical development in the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. [ Local Stories]

There is a medium chance of tropical development in the Gulf of Mexico this weekend.



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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Heat returns, tropics are active [ Local Stories]

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WWL Radio investigating homophobic slur tweeted from the station's own account [ Local Stories]

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Vaping lands 11 Louisiana residents in hospital: Louisiana Dept. of Health [ Local Stories]

Vaping lands 11 Louisiana residents in hospital: Louisiana Dept. of Health



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WDSU Investigates: Car burglaries soar, but NOPD stats don’t show true extent [ Local Stories]

Property crime in New Orleans is on the rise in 2019, and a stark uptick in vehicle burglaries is largely responsible.



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Supporting kids who are battling cancer [ Local Stories]

September is pediatric cancer awareness month



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Victim said she received no notification of parolee's release [ Local Stories]

A woman robbed at gunpoint 23 years ago said she never received notification from the parole board that the offender was released from jail.



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Northshore 1-year-old to be featured in Times Square [ Local Stories]

Coldon Pittman's family fights for Down Syndrome rights



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Tulane officer who fired shots on campus put on administrative leave [ Local Stories]

A Tulane officer who fired shots on the university's campus last week after officers pursued a man fleeing arrest has been placed on administrative leave, according to university officials.



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Saints on 6: Roman the Secondary [ Local Stories]

Harper will highlight certain plays and players throughout the Saints' 2019 season.



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Former Sheriff Jack Strain pleads not guilty to federal bribery charges [ Local Stories]

Former St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain pleaded not guilty Tuesday in federal court to charges stemming from an alleged bribery and kickback scheme.



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Ask The Vet: What's In Your Dog's Food [ Local Stories]

Dr. Benbow returns to the couch to talk about what you're feeding your dog.



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School bus driver dies, several children injured in crash [ Local Stories]

School bus driver dies, several children injured in Mississippi crash



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Mayor Latoya Cantrell expected to make 'big announcement' in presser [ Local Stories]

Mayor LaToya Cantrell is holding a press conference and is expected to make a 'big announcement' Tuesday.



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5th New Orleans church is target of car burglaries [ Local Stories]

A fifth New Orleans church has been a target of recent car burglaries.



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Disturbance has 'low chance' for development as it moves toward Gulf [ Local Stories]



A disturbance is expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend, where the National Hurricane Center said it has a 30% chance for tropical development.



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Margaret's Weather Picture for September 10, 2019 [ Local Stories]

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NFL officials admit to incorrect call against Saints before halftime [ Local Stories]

The clock was reset to 26 seconds, instead of 41 seconds, which was critical time before the half.



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WDSU Baby of the Day for September 10, 2019 [ Local Stories]

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Videocast: spotty storms, statistical peak of hurricane season [ Local Stories]

Heat index values will be near 105 each afternoon, away from showers and storms.



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Monday, September 9, 2019

Better rain chance this weekend [ Local Stories]

This is the peak of Hurricane Season. Gabrielle should lose tropical characteristics Tuesday morning. Right now it has 50 mph winds and it's moving NE 24 mph in the North Atlantic. We are watching three other areas with a low chance of tropical development. One is North of Hispaniola and will move towards Florida into the Gulf. Conditions may become more favorable for development over time, but more likely will increase our rain chances for the weekend. Something to monitor. 30% chance tropical development for a tropical wave well east of the Lesser Antilles. More interested in a tropical wave off the coast of Africa. Low chance development in 5 days...20% chance. Going out in time this is the one that models pick up on, and develop near the Leeward Islands and possibly into the Bahamas. Next name up is Humberto.



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Lightning strike injures David Wade Correction Center inmates [ Local Stories]

Emergency crews transported 10 prisoners to area hospitals following the strike; one is listed in critical condition, according to the Louisiana Department of Corrections.



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This is the peak of Hurricane Season [ Local Stories]

This is the peak of Hurricane Season. Gabrielle should become an extratropical low Tuesday night. Right now it has 50 mph winds and it's moving NE 21 mph in the North Atlantic. We are watching three other areas with a low chance of tropical development. One is North of Hispaniola and will move towards Florida or even the Gulf. Conditions may become more favorable for development over time, but more likely will increase our rain chances for the weekend. Something to monitor. 30% chance tropical development for a tropical wave well east of the Lesser Antilles. More interested in a tropical wave off the coast of Africa. Low chance development in 5 days...20% chance. Going out in time this is the one that models pick up on, and develop near the Leeward Islands and possibly into the Bahamas. Next name up is Humberto.

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Saints take on the Houston Texans in first game of the season [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans Saints have dome-field advantage against the Houston Texans.



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Man shot to death in Metairie [ Local Stories]

Deputies found a 38-year-old man who had multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead on the scene, according to the sheriff.



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Countdown to Kickoff: Saints vs. Texans [ Local Stories]

The Black and Gold kick off the season Monday night against the Houston Texans.



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Mayor LaToya Cantrell helps clean up Bunker Hill [ Local Stories]

The mayor of New Orleans had boots on the ground this weekend, helping clean up Bunker Hill in New Orleans East.



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Eight arrested while protesting to free man detained by ICE in New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Protesters blocked an intersection of downtown New Orleans Friday, calling for a man detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement to be freed.



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Fans panic, stampede toward exits at Lil Wayne's music festival [ Local Stories]

Fan at New Orleans-native Lil Wayne's music festival this past weekend say it was chaos after a stampede broke out.



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Doctor devotes time outside of office to raise money for breast cancer patients [ Local Stories]

Dr. Jules Walters spends his entire day with patients battling breast cancer because it is important to him that they feel whole again.



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12 New Orleans museums grant free admission on Sept. 21 as part of Smithsonian’s Museum Day promotion - [Curbed New Orleans - All]


A stately Beaux Arts building of beige brick with 4 columns framed against a blue sky The New Orleans Museum of Art will participate in Museum Day.

Mark your calendar!

2019 has been a good year for museum lovers in New Orleans. First, the Audubon Nature Institute rolled out free admission for locals each Wednesday; the new Historic New Orleans Collection expansion opened; then, the new Louisiana Children’s Museum site opened.

Now, a perennial favorite is right around the corner: Museum Day. As part of Smithsonian magazine’s annual Museum Day event, 12 New Orleans museums offer free admission on Saturday, Sept. 21. Those locations are listed below.

More than 1,600 museums nationwide offer free admission on Museum Day. This year’s theme is “Year of Music” Participants must visit the Smithsonian website and download a pass to receive free entry. Passes are limited to one per person, and each pass admits two.


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Attorney on dismissal of 'Nola No-Call' lawsuit: 'Like swallowing glass' [ Local Stories]

The attorney for the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, Antonio Le Mon, issued a statement about the dismissal



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From the governor to the Saints, the Little League World Series champs still being honored [ Local Stories]

It's been a few weeks since the team from River Ridge won the Little League World Series, but they are still making the rounds of southeast Louisiana in their triumph.



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Hot Seat: Race for St. Tammany Parish Sheriff [ Local Stories]

Commitment 2019 coverage continues with the race for St. Tammany Parish Sheriff.



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WDSU Baby of the Day for September 9, 2019 [ Local Stories]

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Lafourche Parish gets $42 million for storm protection [ Local Stories]

Lafourche Parish in southeastern Louisiana is getting nearly $42 million for storm protection projects.



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Hundreds of Louisiana businesses permitted to sell products containing CBD [ Local Stories]

Louisiana's Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control has permitted 775 businesses to sell CBD products around the state.



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Monday Videocast: Just below record highs, spotty shower [ Local Stories]

High pressure and heat will be the story, again this week. Rain potential will be spotty through the week.



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Sunday, September 8, 2019

Saints fans pile into downtown despite the record heat [ Local Stories]

Saints fans party as record-breaking heat lingers



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Candlelight vigil held for SUNO student [ Local Stories]

Twayne Crooks died after being diagnosed with stomach cancer.



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Another hot summer week ahead [ Local Stories]

Temperatures will remain in the low to mid 90s over the next seven days.



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One man dead after shooting [ Local Stories]

The NOPD says one man was shot and killed Sunday afternoon.



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Saturday, September 7, 2019

Burrow's 4 TD passes lead LSU over Texas 45-38 [ Local Stories]

Burrow's 4 TD passes lead LSU over Texas 45-38



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No. 10 Auburn's offense sluggish in 24-6 win over Tulane [ Local Stories]

No. 10 Auburn's offense sluggish in 24-6 win over Tulane



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'We were out helping a friend:' Algiers homeowners return to house on fire [ Local Stories]

The homeowners tell WDSU they were away at the time of the fire, trying to help a friend rebuild their home.



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Record-breaking temps Sunday and a heat advisory [ Local Stories]

High temp records were broken on Saturday and more are in jeopardy on Sunday.



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$13.6M for cancer clinical trials in Louisiana, Mississippi [ Local Stories]

He says his long-term goal is to continue increasing the numbers of new cancer patients involved each year in some kind of study.



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Man shot, injured on North Rampart Street in the Marigny [ Local Stories]

One man was injured in the Marigny Saturday after a shooting, the New Orleans Police Department said.



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Tulane University cop shoots man fleeing in car [ Local Stories]

Neighbors question if child was in the car at the time



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United Cajun Navy is helping victims of Dorian [ Local Stories]

United Cajun Navy teams up with volunteers to ship supplies to Florida



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John Ehret principal sent to hospital after breaking up school fight [ Local Stories]

John Ehret principal sent to hospital after breaking up school fight



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A Beloved Jazz Fest Food Booth Is Set to Open Restaurant on Oak Street - [Eater New Orleans - All]


A fried soft shell crab on a roll of French bread with lettuce and tomato Soft shell crab po-boy from the Ajun Cajun booth at Bayou Boogaloo | Ajun Cajun/Facebook

Ajun Cajun will take over Ninja restaurant, closing after 26 years

Ajun Cajun, the ever-popular food booth found annually at the likes of Jazz Fest and French Quarter Fest (among others), is bringing its soft shell crab po-boys and seaweed salad to Oak Street this fall. Ajun Cajun will replace Ninja, the longtime New Orleans sushi restaurant that closed this week after 26 years.

Ajun Cajun is the brainchild of chef Momo Young. Young has been a sushi chef in New Orleans for decades, getting her start on the West Bank at Tokyo Sushi. She went on to own Ninja restaurant, where she received high praise for creativity and experimentation, and to build her family-run mobile kitchen Ajun Cajun.

The food booth, which just celebrated its 25th year at Jazz Fest, quickly become a top destination at music festivals around town for its tempura-battered soft shell crab po-boy, garlic beef rib-eye po-boy, shrimp yakisoba, and seaweed and cucumber salad.

Ajun Cajun is expected to open next month at 8433 Oak Street in Leonidas. Eater has reached out to Ninja’s general manager Ricky Toy for information on plans for the restaurant and will update this post if we hear back.

Do you have a hot restaurant tip? Noticed a spot in your neighborhood opening or closing? Send an email.

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Caernarvon Freshwater Diversion Project works to rebuild wetlands [ Local Stories]

You have heard the scary data: Louisiana loses a football field of wetlands on average every hour and a half or so.



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Louisiana high court rejects 'Nola No-Call' suit against NFL [ Local Stories]

Louisiana's Supreme Court has dismissed a New Orleans Saints fan's lawsuit against the NFL and game officials over the failure to call a crucial penalty against the Los Angeles Rams in a January playoff game.



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City ordered to refund more than $25M in fines for traffic camera tickets issued from 2008-2010 [ Local Stories]

A Louisiana appeals court agrees the City of New Orleans should refund $25.6 million in fines paid to the city for traffic camera ticket violations issued from 2008 through most of 2010.



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Shots fired by police on Tulane's campus after man attempts to flee arrest [ Local Stories]

Police fired shots on Tulane University's campus Friday afternoon after officers pursued a man fleeing arrest, authorities said.



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Travers Mackel, Gina Swanson interview NBC's Lester Holt on two-night stay at Angola [ Local Stories]

Holt spent two nights locked up and embedded inside the Louisiana State Penitentiary for his one-hour special "Dateline NBC," special "Life Inside."



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5 French Quarter homes for sale with amazing courtyards - [Curbed New Orleans - All]


A French Quarter courtyard with potted plants, a tiered fountain, stone floors and arched doorways. Courtyards are secret sanctuaries for residents of an often-hectic historic neighborhood. | Photo via Lisa Shedlock of French Quarter Realty

Secret gardens are essential when it comes to living in a 24/7 party neighborhood

Known for its Spanish architecture, Creole cuisine, and year-round street parties, the French Quarter is a bucket-list destination for many. And even though its celebratory spirit is notoriously exhibitionist, the historic neighborhood conceals one of its oldest assets behind closed doors: courtyards.

Originally used as carriage loading sites, outdoor kitchens, and chicken coops, courtyards have shed their utilitarian past to become private oases in a very public, tourist-centric neighborhood. Here are five French Quarter homes for sale with beautiful courtyards, which strike the perfect balance between indoor and outdoor living, private and public space.


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Family shares photo of 7-year-old killed in Marrero shooting [ Local Stories]

The family of a 7-year-old killed in Marrero Thursday has shared a photo of the child.



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Building evacuated in Uptown after gas leak [ Local Stories]

The leak was reported near Lyons Street and Tchoupitoulas Street.



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New Orleans prepare for Stake Out for Justice [ Local Stories]

Stake Out for Justice is a luncheon put on by the New Orleans Police Justice Foundation.



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Fake Jefferson Parish Facebook account circulating online asking for money [ Local Stories]

On Thursday Jefferson Parish discovered that a fake Messenger account was created posing as “Jefferson Parish” and sending a request for funds.



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NOPD searching for woman last seen early August [ Local Stories]

She is described as 6 foot 1 inch tall, approximately 200 pounds and speaks with an Ethiopian accent.



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Baby orangutan may venture out with mama at New Orleans zoo [ Local Stories]

Visitors can now see the baby orangutan born less than two months ago at the New Orleans zoo, but only when her mother decides to come outdoors.



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WDSU Baby of the Day for September 6, 2019 [ Local Stories]

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Where Y'at magazine's entertainment picks for the weekend of September 6, 2019 [ Local Stories]

Where Y'at magazine's entertainment picks for the weekend of September 6, 2019



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Twin Span closed eastbound due to overturned 18-wheeler [ Local Stories]

The Twin Span Bridge is closed eastbound due to an overturned 18-wheeler



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