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Saturday, January 18, 2020

WATCH LIVE: LSU National Championship Parade [ Local Stories]

The parade honors the national championship win for the LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge.



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A cloudy and warm day, cold front tonight [ Local Stories]

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Sources: New developments in Beckham criminal investigation [ Local Stories]

Sources: New developments in Beckham criminal investigation



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Arrest made in St. Charles bank robbery [ Local Stories]

Authorities locate suspect in Luling shortly after incident in St. Rose Friday night



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Friday, January 17, 2020

Scattered showers Saturday [ Local Stories]

Mild Saturday for the big LSU Championship parade. There will be rain in the morning, but it looks to move out in time for the big parade! The parade begins near the School of Music at 11 AM. it will be in the low 70s with cloudy skies and a few showers around the area. The parade ends at Noon with a temp of 73 and isolated showers possible.

The cold front moves through early Saturday evening with a few showers. The wind begins to blow. Lows will be in the mid 40s to near 50. Skies begin to clear with highs in the mid 50s.

The weather looks beautiful for Martin Luther King Day. It will be sunny and breezy, but chilly! Cold and breezy Monday morning. Lows near 30 Northshore and lows upper 30s South Shore. Highs will be in the mid 50s. The breeze will make it feel colder.

Colder Tuesday. Lows will be in the upper 20s Tuesday morning. Lows South Shore will be in the low to mid 30s. Highs will only be in the upper 40s to near 50.



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Cyber attack on Morial Convention Center [ Local Stories]

Cyber attack on Morial Convention Center



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Municipal and Traffic Court to reopen Wednesday following cyber attacks [ Local Stories]

The city of New Orleans has announced Municipal and traffic court will fully re-open to visitors Wednesday.



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Some freezing temps Monday morning [ Local Stories]

Mild Saturday for the big LSU Championship parade. The parade begins near the School of Music at 11 AM. it will be in the low 70s with cloudy skies and a few showers around the area. The parade ends at Noon with a temp of 74 and isolated showers possible.

The cold front moves through early Saturday evening with a few showers. The wind begins to blow. Lows will be in the mid 40s to near 50. Skies begin to clear in the afternoon with highs in the mid 50s. Cold and breezy Monday morning. Lows near 30 Northshore and lows upper 30s South Shore. Colder Tuesday. Lows will be in the upper 20s Tuesday morning. Lows South Shore will be in the low to mid 30s. Highs will only be in the upper 40s.

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Christ the King school will close at the end of school year [ Local Stories]

The Archdiocese of New Orleans says Christ the King School will close at the end of the school year.



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City leaders give update on Hard Rock Hotel collapse site [ Local Stories]

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell and New Orleans Fire Department Superintendent Tim McConnell are providing an update regarding the Hard Rock Hotel collapse site.



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LSU Tigers honored at White House [ Local Stories]

President Donald Trump has paid tribute to the LSU football team, college football's national champions.



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NOPD initially wanted to charge Odell Beckham Jr. under different law, sources say [ Local Stories]


The NOPD initially sought to charge the Cleveland Browns player with misdemeanor sexual battery



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LSU Championship celebration to be held Saturday [ Local Stories]

Fans are encouraged to cheer on the National Champion LSU Tiger football team at a parade Saturday, Jan. 18.



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Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana receives grant [ Local Stories]

Representatives for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana talk about the grant they received from Verizon.



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WDSU in the Kitchen: Pork loin and country greens roulade [ Local Stories]

This week's "In the Kitchen" by Chef Marc features a pork loin and country greens roulade recipe.



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LSU: Football championship make-up days on 2 Saturdays [ Local Stories]

The university canceled classes in Baton Rouge the day of the game and the next day.



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Where Y'at magazine's entertainment picks for the weekend of January 17, 2020 [ Local Stories]

Where Y'at magazine's entertainment picks for the weekend of January 17, 2020



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The Blood Center to host MLK Day of Service blood drive [ Local Stories]

Did you know that every three seconds, someone needs blood? This Monday, WDSU is teaming up with The Blood Center for a Day of Service blood drive.



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Let’s get crazy! 2020 NFL quarterback predictions [ Local Stories]

Teddy Bridgewater to the Bucs? Taysom Hill to the Patriots? Tom Brady to the Rams?!?!



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Thursday, January 16, 2020

Big chill in sight [ Local Stories]

High today was 77 at the Airport, so it was not as warm as yesterday with a high of 81, or the day before with a record high of 82. A little cooler Friday with highs near 70, but back into the mid to upper 70s Saturday ahead of the cold front early in the evening.

That cold front is going to change things big time! Highs Sunday will be in the low 50s. Lows Monday will be near 30 Northshore to mid to upper 30s South. Highs near 50. It's going to be breezy too. Going out to Martin Luther King, Junior Day be aware of the cold weather. It will be sunny though!

Colder Tuesday morning with lows mid to upper 20s Northshore to low to mid 30s South. Highs will be in the low 50s again. Some freezing temps possible again Wednesday morning on the Northshore, but a warm up begins. Northshore will likely need to protect tender vegetation Monday and Tuesday, and maybe Wednesday. South Shore may have some freezing temps away from the lakes Tuesday morning. This is something to monitor.

Remember 2 years ago on the 16th and 17th? We had an arctic outbreak with freezing rain, sleet and snow. The causeway closed due to icing. We had ice chunks on the steps at the lakefront. Record lows happened on the 17th. 14 at Hammond, 15 Slidell, 17 Gulfport, 20 Airport, 20 Lakefront. Highs were only in the mid 30s.

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ACLU hosts "Just Mercy" screening at Broad Theater [ Local Stories]

New film focuses on wrongful convictions in America



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Strong cold front Saturday evening [ Local Stories]

High today was 77 at the Airport, so it was not as warm as yesterday with a high of 81, or the day before with a record high of 82. A little cooler Friday with highs near 70, but back into the upper 70s Saturday ahead of the cold front early in the evening. That cold front is going to change things big time! Highs Sunday will be in the low 50s. Lows Monday will be near 30 Northshore to mid to upper 30s South. Highs near 50. Colder Tuesday morning with lows mid to upper 20s Northshore to low to mid 30s South. Highs will be in the low 50s again. Some freezing temps possible again Wednesday morning on the Northshore, but a warm up begins.

Remember 2 years ago on the 16th and 17th? We had an arctic outbreak with freezing rain, sleet and snow. The causeway closed due to icing. We had ice chunks on the steps at the lakefront. Record lows happened on the 17th. 14 at Hammond, 15 Slidell, 17 Gulfport, 20 Airport, 20 Lakefront. Highs were only in the mid 50s.

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Solution to nasty problem in Metairie surprises residents [ Local Stories]

Work to stop sewage from flooding streets done mostly underground



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Two plead guilty in St. Bernard jail inmate death [ Local Stories]

Two defendants pleaded guilty Thursday in the case of a St. Bernard jail inmate's death.



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Report: LSU Defensive Coordinator Dave Aranda emerges as top candidate for Baylor head coach [ Local Stories]

Tigers defensive coordinator Dave Aranda is reportedly the leading candidate for the head coaching position at Baylor University, according to reports from ESPN and Sports Illustrated.



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Statins could have another benefit [ Local Stories]

WDSU Medical Editor Dr. Corey Hebert talks about how statins can do more than just lower cholesterol.



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NOPD: Two shot in New Orleans East [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating two related shootings in New Orleans East.



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Folk Alliance Conference may be as powerful as Jazz Fest in helping musicians’ careers. - [OffBeat Magazine]


Many a musician has acquired a much larger new audience by being selected to perform at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

By gigging at the Fest, thousands of musicians have been heard by festival promoters, talent bookers, management company representatives, record labels, publicity people and club owners from literally around the world—to say nothing of the hundreds of thousands of Fest-goers who perhaps never had the opportunity to see or hear some of our great local music. It can truthfully be said that the Jazz Fest has been responsible for many a band’s career in music. (An aside: The Jazz Fest 2020 schedule will be available tomorrow at an undisclosed time; we’ll post it as soon as they give it to OffBeat).

The same holds true for the musicians who are lucky enough to have been selected to play at the Folk Alliance International (FAI) Convention.

I was pretty familiar with FAI through my old friend Louis Jay Meyers. Meyers was a smart, cool cookie, musician and concert promoter, and one of the co-founders of South By Southwest in Austin. He left SXSW in 1994, selling his share of the business, came to New Orleans and attempted to start a similar event in New Orleans: LMNOP (Louisiana Music, New Orleans Proud). It lasted three years. Meyers then went on to head up the Folk Alliance, back then based in Memphis. Sadly, Meyers passed away suddenly of a heart attack in early 2016; a great loss for FAI and for music folk, in general.

Another friend, Reid Wick, who’s now with the Recording Academy, attended a Folk Alliance Convention, and came back raving to me about how fantastic and different it was. That was probably 10 to 12 years ago (forgive me, Reid, if I don’t have the timing right), and right away the idea was hatched to ask FAI to have the event in New Orleans. Lucky for all of us music freaks, Wick is now on the board of FAI, and persuaded the powers-that-be (now headquarterd in Kansas City) to have the conference in New Orleans this year.

I can’t recommend this event enough to anyone who is involved in music in New Orleans. There are multiple showcases of Louisiana-based or –borne musicians, mentoring sessions, workshops, networking with music biz professionals (including festival and talent bookers from all over) and so much more. It’s sort of what “South By” used to be in its earlier years: less tech and corporate, more musician-centric, smaller and more manageable, and very user-friendly. Keynote speakers are Rhiannon Giddens (see a conversation with her in our January issue) and Mavis Staples. How can you beat that?

I’m so happy that OffBeat is part of this event (we are co-sponsoring Louisiana showcases with WWOZ on January 22 and 25). I wish I could go to every event on every day including all the showcases. There are multiple showcases throughout the event, but what’s even more interesting is that there are small, private showcases that take place in hotel rooms at the Sheraton. So you can go from showcase to showcase to hear fabulous musicians you may not have been familiar with.

Take our poll, and you may get a chance to win a pair of passes to FAI New Orleans. You really have to take every chance you can to make it there. It’s that good.

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Mid City’s Buzzy Butcher Shop Piece of Meat Is Opening a New Steakhouse - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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Chefs Leighann Smith and Daniel Jackson have purchased the building next door to the shop on Bienville Street

The highly-lauded chefs of Mid City’s buzzy Piece of Meat Butcher Shop and Restaurant are making plans for a neighborhood expansion, reports Mid City Messenger. The pair has purchased the building next door to the shop on Bienville Street in hopes of building a full-service steakhouse.

Leighann Smith and Daniel Jackson, who share the 2018 Eater NOLA Chef of the Year award, opened Piece of Meat in late April 2018. According to Mid City Messenger, they recently purchased the building at 3305-07 Bienville from Milton Gautreaux. Gautreaux had the property rezoned as commercial while hoping to open a breakfast spot, but it still requires approval to open as a restaurant.

Piece of Meat held a neighborhood meeting in the shop last night (January 15) as part of the approval process, with an invitation that stated “the new space would operate as an extension of the existing shop, and full-service steak house, with a classy-but-casual atmosphere.” The plan is to connect the two buildings and add an entrance for the dining area in the newly-acquired space.

Proposed hours for the new restaurant are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Following the neighborhood meeting, the proposal will go before the City Planning Commission and then the City Council for a hearing and vote.

To learn more about Piece of Meat and its chefs, check out Eater NOLA’s 2018 chef of the year profile here.

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

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Just announced: 2020 Jazz Fest lineup [ Local Stories]

The countdown to the 2020 Jazz Fest begins now. Check out the music lineup just announced.



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NOPD issues simple battery warrant for Odell Beckham Jr., sources say [ Local Stories]

The warrant is in connection to alleged contact he made with a security guard in the locker room after Monday’s national championship game.



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WDSU Baby of the Day for January 16, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Margaret's Weather Picture for January 16, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Rescan replay for antenna televisions [ Local Stories]

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Carolina Panthers officially hire LSU's Joe Brady as offensive coordinator [ Local Stories]

At 30-years-old, Brady will be the NFL's youngest offensive coordinator.



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NOPD investigating 7th Ward shooting [ Local Stories]

Initial reports show a victim was found inside of a vehicle.



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Videocast: Weak front today, stronger front this weekend [ Local Stories]

Dense fog concerns will linger through the morning. Much colder air moves in next week.



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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Strong cold front Saturday [ Local Stories]

Visibility is already dropping, and it will easily be below 1/4 mile in the morning. Roadways will be slick with the moisture condensing on the roads.

Strong cold front moves through Saturday evening. Temperatures will drop going into Sunday. Highs will only be in the low 50s with partly cloudy skies and breezy conditions. It will finally feel like Winter! Much colder Monday morning. Lows will drop into the low 30s Northshore with freezing temps possible. Lows on the South Shore will be near 40. Colder Tuesday morning. Lows will drop into the upper 20s to mid 30s. Plants will need to be protected on the Northshore. Lows on the South Shore: Belle Chasse to Houma will drop to near 30. Plants will need to be protected there too. Stay weather aware with this cold weather.

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Line of defense: More women signing up for concealed carry permits [ Local Stories]

Local gun instructor teaches class, hears concerns about safety



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State case against former Sheriff Jack Strain expected to remain in St. Tammany [ Local Stories]

State case against former Sheriff Jack Strain expected to remain in St. Tammany



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Source: LSU invited to the White House after national championship win [ Local Stories]

The LSU Tigers are heading to the White House on Friday.



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Weak cold front Thursday [ Local Stories]

Weak cold front moves through Thursday. Keep umbrella handy. Some off and on showers during the day. It will be cooler Friday. Highs near 70. Warm front moves North Friday evening. Some fog potential. Strong cold front will move through Saturday. Turning colder Sunday through Wednesday. Highs Sunday and Monday in the low 50s. Lows Monday through Wednesday on the Northshore look to be near freezing.

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City of New Orleans holding week-long events to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. [ Local Stories]

The city of New Orleans is holding a week-long series of events to honor civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.



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What to keep in mind when filing your taxes [ Local Stories]

CPA Kemberley Washington explains what you need to know ahead of tax season and points out things that others may over look while filing their taxes.



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Zion Williamson expected to make highly-anticipated Pelicans debut next Wednesday [ Local Stories]

Zion Williamson is expected to finally make his highly-anticipated debut with the New Orleans Pelicans next week.



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New Orleans shelter cats to find new homes in Washington state [ Local Stories]

Wings of Rescue and the Jackson Galaxy Project flew more than 100 at-risk shelter cats from Louisiana and Mississippi to Washington State.



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Cochon Alums Bring Fresh Take On Chinese-American Takeout Fare to the LGD - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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The highly anticipated Blue Giant is now open for lunch and dinner on Magazine Street

Blue Giant, the (very) long-anticipated American-Chinese restaurant from Cochon alums Bill Jones and Richard Horner, is now serving lunch and dinner at 1300 Magazine Street in the Lower Garden District.

Calling it “straightforward American-Chinese food with the best ingredients we can find,” the pair’s extensive menu includes peking duck, fried rice, egg foo young, shrimp wontons, blue crab rangoon, dan dan noodles, and blanched bok choy with a sauce made from Louisiana oysters. Appetizers range from $3 to $10, with noodle and entree dishes between $14 and $18, (except for the whole peking duck for $65).

The idea to team up for a restaurant was created over drinks at neighboring watering hole Barrel Proof, and they’ve since made pop-up appearances at a few friends’ hotspots like Blue Oak BBQ and Turkey and the Wolf. Horner, who also previously cooked at Garden District favorite Coquette and the now-closed Olivia in Austin, will run the bar and dining room while Jones will run the kitchen.

Jones, who in addition to Cochon and Cochon Butcher has spent time working in Chicago, grew up on the North Shore eating at Chinese restaurant Trey Yuen. The pair acknowledges that the dishes on Blue Giant’s menu wouldn’t be found in China, but that rather they represent a big part of the comfort food they, and many Americans, grew up eating.

Blue Giant is open for lunch Wednesday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and for dinner 5:30 to 10 p.m., and closed on Tuesday.

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

Looking for restaurant recs or a place to chat about favorite restaurants? Join Eater NOLA’s Facebook group.


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Margaret's Weather Picture for January 15, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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WDSU Baby of the Day for January 15, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Steve Gleason to receive Congressional Gold Medal Wednesday [ Local Stories]

Gleason will be the first NFL player to receive the Congressional Gold Medal.



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Videocast: Dense fog, turning colder next week [ Local Stories]

Dense fog concerns will linger through late week. Much colder air moves in next week.



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Public meetings to be held to discuss future of Wisner Tract [ Local Stories]

Two meetings will take place to discuss Wisner Tract in City Park



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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

More Fog Wednesday Night [ Local Stories]

A light band of showers moved east across the area and added more moisture to the atmosphere. Fog developed quickly after the showers passed.

New record high Tuesday of 82 at the Airport. Previous record was 80 set in 1971.

Above average temperatures continue for Wednesday. A weak cold front Thursday will give us some showers with highs in the low 70s. That cold front stalls and then moves back North as a warm front Friday. Highs will be in the low 70s. A strong cold front moves through Saturday with 50% rain chances. Turns colder Sunday. Lows upper 40s to low 50s. Highs near 60. Lows Monday will be in the upper 30s to mid 40s. Highs mid 50s. Colder Tuesday.

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Local woman shares her experience with medical marijuana [ Local Stories]

Local woman says medical marijuana changed her life



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LSU victory party rolls on in New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Fans can’t get enough of Burrow, beignets and Bourbon Street



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Strong cold front Saturday [ Local Stories]

We had some sunshine today with a south wind, and temps popped. We have a new record high of 81. Old record was 80 set in 1971.

Rain chances increase Thursday as a cold front moves through. That front will stall offshore, and then move back to the north as a warm front Friday. A stronger cold front will move through Saturday with rain chances. It turns colder Sunday. There's a slight rain chance then. Highs near 60, but colder Monday. Lows upper 30s to mid 40s with highs in the mid 50s. Colder Tuesday. it's feeling like Winter! Lows mid 30s to low 40s. Highs near 50.

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Superdome preps for $450 million facelift [ Local Stories]

Superdome preps for $450 million facelift



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Report: LSU assistant Joe Brady plans to return to NFL with the Carolina Panthers [ Local Stories]

Less than 24 hours after winning a national championship, a key member of the LSU Tigers staff is reportedly leaving Baton Rouge.



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LSU fan starts GoFundMe for new Clemson mascot costume [ Local Stories]

An LSU fan created a GoFundMe to raise money for a new costume for Clemson's mascot.



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Steven Ensminger Jr. dedicates LSU win to Carley McCord [ Local Stories]

"I said, Carley, make this one happen, and we scored. I lost it."



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Louisiana Fair Housing Summit [ Local Stories]

The Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center is celebrating its new name and 25 years of service. We talk about what they're doing to help Louisiana homeowners.



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New Orleans Domestic Violence Summit [ Local Stories]

Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro talks to us about how city leaders are helping victims of domestic violence.



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What's next for Coach O and the LSU Tigers [ Local Stories]

The LSU Tigers beat the Clemson Tigers in the CFP National Championship Game in the Superdome 42-25 Monday.



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11 Epic Condiments to Find in New Orleans - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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A roundup of the city’s favorite meal accompaniments

Condiments aren’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think of New Orleans cuisine. But maybe they should be.

Despite the city’s lack of fame for it, there are plenty of delightful and surprising condiments to be found across New Orleans. From creative combinations to simply making a great condiment better at its root than anywhere else, you can always find a delicious partner for the variety of dippable foods New Orleans cuisine offers.

Did we miss one of your favorite local sauces, condiments, or dressings? Let us know.


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Coroner IDs man shot to death Friday in Holy Cross neighborhood [ Local Stories]

A person found dead on a porch early Friday in the Holy Cross neighborhood was fatally shot, according to the New Orleans Coroner's Office.



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Tate Reeves becomes Mississippi's 65th governor [ Local Stories]

Tate Reeves has been sworn in as Mississippi's 65th governor.



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Margaret's Weather Picture for January 14, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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WDSU Baby of the Day for January 14, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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College Football Playoff Committee holds "Champions Press Conference" [ Local Stories]

The College Football Playoff committee is holding what they call the "Champions Press Conference."



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Pedestrian hit on Pontchartrain Expressway [ Local Stories]

Louisiana State Police say the woman suffered a head injury.



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Videocast: More dense fog [ Local Stories]

Dense fog concerns will linger through midweek.



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LSU Championship celebration to be held Saturday [ Local Stories]

Fans are encouraged to cheer on the National Champion LSU Tiger football team at a parade Saturday, Jan. 18.



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Monday, January 13, 2020

Fog issues through Wednesday [ Local Stories]

Water temperatures offshore are in the low 70s. Near shore water temps are in the mid 50s. As warm moist air moves over the cooler near shore waters, moisture in the air cools and condenses and fog forms.

A weak cold front moves through Thursday, but stalls and moves back to the north Friday. Slight rain chance. Another cold front moves our way Saturday with cooler weather forecast Sunday.

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The Latest: Clemson scores first in title showdown with LSU [ Local Stories]

LSU is seeking its first national championship since 2007 and first in the CFP era.



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President Donald Trump arrives in New Orleans [ Local Stories]

President Donald Trump is heading to New Orleans to watch the CFP National Championship Game between the LSU Tigers and the Clemson Tigers.



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Fog is the big concern overnight [ Local Stories]

Morning lows will drop into the mid to upper 60s. Highs Tuesday will be in the low to upper 70s as a warm front continues north across the area. Visibility from fog will drop to 1/4 mile or less. Warm moist air will continue through Wednesday. A weak cold front moves through Thursday, but then stalls along the coast. A stronger cold front moves through late Saturday with cooler weather for Sunday.

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Teen reported missing found dead in Washington Parish, officials say [ Local Stories]

A teen who was reported missing to the Washington Parish Sheriff's Office was found dead in the Varnado area, officials said.



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WATCH LIVE: The inauguration of Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards [ Local Stories]

The 53-year-old Democrat is taking his oath of office Monday on the steps of the Louisiana Capitol.



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Ed Orgeron talks Cajun heritage, motivations for his career [ Local Stories]

He says people who made fun of his accent, he thanks them to be motivators of his career.



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Is everyone sleeping on Clemson? Analysis from Ishaq, Harper [ Local Stories]

WDSU Analyst Roman Harper said it's because LSU has won all of the awards and has been the best team in college football all year long.



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Margaret's Weather Picture for January 13, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Hot Seat: Inauguration for Governor John Bel Edwards [ Local Stories]

Travers Mackel sits down with two lawmakers to discuss how the Democratic governor will have to work with a Republican-controlled legislature.



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Videocast: Spotty showers, mild, fog [ Local Stories]

Spotty showers will be possible daily this week, along with fog. Highs will be well-above average.



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Sunday, January 12, 2020

Roundtable: Local experts talk LSU, Clemson matchup [ Local Stories]

In just hours, the LSU Tigers will take on the Clemson Tigers in the CFP National Championship Game 7 p.m. Monday at the Superdome.



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Rain returns ahead of LSU game [ Local Stories]

Keep the rain in mind if you plan on heading out to tailgate ahead of the LSU game!



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Church holds MLK memorial service [ Local Stories]

Union Bethel A.M.E. Church in Central City honored Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today.



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Kem Cents: Student loans and your credit score [ Local Stories]

Kem Cents: Student loans and your credit score



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Saturday, January 11, 2020

LSU & Clemson volunteer with Second Harvest [ Local Stories]

The LSU and Clemson Tigers come together to help others.



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Drier Sunday, some rain returns Monday [ Local Stories]

Some sunshine and drier conditions return for the first half of Sunday, with clouds and slight rain chances returning overnight into Monday.



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Local businesses prepare for LSU, Clemson fans [ Local Stories]

Bars and hotels are planning ahead of Monday's game



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Shots fired overnight at security officers near Superdome, NOPD says [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting near the Superdome Saturday morning where at least one individual opened fire at security officers.



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A stormy morning, a better afternoon [ Local Stories]

A stormy morning, a better afternoon



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WATCH: 'Road to Glory' LSU special coverage [ Local Stories]

The special airs at 10 a.m. Saturday.



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Tornado watch in effect until noon for southeast Louisiana [ Local Stories]

The best timing for severe weather looks to occur between 8 a.m. through noon.



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Friday, January 10, 2020

Damaging winds possible [ Local Stories]

We have already seen strong storms in Texas with numerous wind damage reports and hail reports. Winds in San Antonio gusted to 77 mph in the severe t-storm warning there. The squall line is marching to the East now at 40 mph. It will move into our area in the morning around 8 or 9 o'clock. Storms will develop ahead of the squall line. Those storms could become tornadoes. We will have very fast winds out of the south just off the surface, and very fast winds aloft from the west. This will help with the turning in the atmosphere, and also help cause damaging winds as the squall line moves through the area.

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Big concern is damaging winds [ Local Stories]

The timing looks to be 8 AM- 12 PM, and then the rain is moving out quickly. Rainfall amounts of about an inch are forecast. 70 mph winds possible in the squall line. Tornadoes may form along the squall line, but also in storms out ahead of the squall line. Pick up anything outside that could become a projectile. If you live in a mobile home, consider going to a strong structure in the morning ahead of the squall line. Be aware that if you are driving a high profile vehicle north/south, the squall line will impact you.

The weather improves in the afternoon and for Sunday. The front stalls offshore, and then moves back to the North as a warm front Monday with higher rain chances again.

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Brand New Restaurants to Check Out in New Orleans - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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A bakery and cafe expand downtown, Magazine gets Thai street food, and more

This bi-monthly roundup of noteworthy restaurant openings covers freshly-minted spots in the New Orleans area. Did we miss a brand new eatery? Let us know.


January 10

Long Chim — Taking over the now-closed Superfood Bar on Magazine Street, Long Chim is now serving up dumplings, soups tom yung and khao soi, and “unicorn noodles,” a glass noodle dish with a purple tint from being soaked in butterfly pea flower. For now it’s just open Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. 4113 Magazine St., Irish Channel.

Nola Caye — First announced last spring, NOLA Caye is a fast-casual Caribbean restaurant from the owners of the Westbank’s Restaurant des Familles, now open in the Warehouse District in a new mixed-use condo building. The menu offers ceviches and various ahi tuna dishes, tacos, burgers and sandwiches, and a fairly basic list of protein-based entrees. 898 Baronne St., Warehouse District.

Aqua S — Aqua S is an Australian ice cream shop known for whimsical soft-serve creations, rotating monthly flavors, and an Instagram-friendly, vibrant aesthetic. The specialty shop that originated in Sydney first announced the New Orleans location in March, part of its U.S. expansion that includes Houston and Virginia Beach. It finally opened over the holidays with apple cinnamon, signature sea salt, and toppings like lychee, popcorn, “fairy floss,” etc. 1000 Girod St. #4B, CBD.

Bearcat Cafe — A Jena Street city favorite for vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free dining, Bearcat Cafe recently expanded with a new downtown cafe. The menu is split into Good Cat and Bad Cat sections, and is open for breakfast and lunch with vegan rancheros, vegetarian portobello Philly, and vegan queso, to name a few. 845 Carondelet St., Warehouse District.

Breads on Oak — Another downtown expansion now open is Breads on Oak, an all-vegan bakery offering breads, pastries, king cake, biscuit sandwiches, salads and vegan versions of muffulettas, burgers, and more. Open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. 222 Carondelet St., CBD.

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LSU cancels classes Monday, Tuesday for national championship [ Local Stories]

The LSU Board of Supervisors voted Friday to cancel classes to accommodate students traveling to New Orleans for the game



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The College Football Playoff Foundation puts on events ahead of the championship game [ Local Stories]

The director of events for the CFP Foundation stops by to tell us what's happening this weekend.



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Margaret's Weather Picture for January 10, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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WDSU Baby of the Day for January 10, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Where Y'at magazine's picks for the weekend of January 10, 2020 [ Local Stories]

Where Y'at magazine's picks for the weekend of January 10. 2020



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St. Tammany deputies investigate overnight killing near Covington [ Local Stories]

St. Tammany Parish deputies are investigating a deadly shooting overnight near Covington



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Severe storm threat Saturday, power outages possible [ Local Stories]

There is an enhanced risk (level 3 of 5) of severe storms Saturday for SE Louisiana and coastal Mississippi.



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Police investigate deadly shooting [ Local Stories]

Police investigate deadly shooting



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Thursday, January 9, 2020

Wind Advisory [ Local Stories]

Coastal flood advisory posted at Noon Friday through 3 PM Saturday. Tides will increase 1-2 feet along the coast thanks to strong onshore flow. Wind Advisory posted 6 PM through 3 PM Saturday. Winds 15-25-35 mph. Rainfall amounts look to be 1/2 inch to just over an inch. The squall line will move quickly through the area.

It's a good idea to pick up anything in your yard that could become a projectile, and also trim weak branches that could hit your home. Keep in mind strong west winds will develop as squall line moves through. This could be a problem for high profile vehicles traveling on elevated roadways. If you live in a mobile home, there is the potential for tornadoes and high winds. It's a good idea to go into a sturdy structure during around 8 AM- 1 PM, or until the squall line moves through your area.

Power outages are likely as this squall line moves through.

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NOPD Investigating a fatal hit and run crash in Mid-City [ Local Stories]

Fatal hit and run crash in Mid-City being investigated by NOPD



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LSU safety Grant Delpit will accomplish dream by playing in national championship game [ Local Stories]

LSU safety Grant Delpit will accomplish dream by playing in national championship game



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Family of Tangipahoa mother, son killed seeking justice while killer remains on loose [ Local Stories]

Family of Tangipahoa mother, son killed seeking justice while killer remains on loose



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FBI, NOPD arrest woman accused of robbing bank, threatening to have bomb [ Local Stories]

According to the FBI, Catholine Hammet was arrested in connection with the robbery at the Iberia Bank on St. Charles Avenue.



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Coastal Flood Advisory [ Local Stories]

An enhanced risk severe storms is posted for our area Saturday. The risk level may be raised. The concern time period is 7 AM-2 PM for a squall line moving from the west to the east across the area. There is the potential for high winds in the squall line and isolated tornadoes. Rainfall amounts look to be about one inch or a little more.

High west winds may cause problems If traveling in a North/South direction on an elevated roadway Saturday morning. High profile vehicles will likely have issues. You may want to reconsider your travel plans to avoid that situation. If you live in a mobile home, you may want to go to a sturdy building during that time period.

The weather improves going into the afternoon. If you have morning outdoor plans, why not move them to the afternoon? The weather Sunday cooperates. Warm front moves north late Sunday and Monday with rain chances increasing.

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New Orleans man heartbroken after NOPD officer shoots, kills service dog [ Local Stories]

A New Orleans man says he is heartbroken after a New Orleans Police Department officer shot and killed his service dog.



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New Orleans rapper 5th Ward Weebie has died [ Local Stories]

Tributes are flooding social media Thursday remember New Orleans rapper 5th Ward Weebie.



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2 teens indicted for attempted murder at New Orleans East church fair [ Local Stories]

Two teenagers have been indicted for attempted murder in connection with a shooting at a New Orleans East church fair.



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NOLA Public Schools requiring proof of bus permits for all school buses by next month [ Local Stories]

The Superintendent of New Orleans Public Schools is asking all district schools to provide proof that its contracted buses have permits.



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Fletcher Mackel: The Curious Case of Taysom Hill's Free Agency [ Local Stories]

Could the Las Vegas Raiders gamble on Taysom Hill?



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WDSU in the Kitchen: Ham and pepper jack cheese sliders [ Local Stories]

Chef Marc has prepared a quick slider to serve during the NFC playoff game weekend.



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Traffic, vehicle restrictions ahead of CFP National Championship game [ Local Stories]

The City of New Orleans has released restrictions and limitations for traffic and vehicles this weekend ahead of the College Football Playoff National Championship.



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KIPP Central City Academy gets new technology thanks to CFP Foundation [ Local Stories]

The students and teachers were given a new media center complete with the virtual reality equipment, computer stations, tables and chairs and much more.



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Simpsonville man makes his back billboard for Clemson University [ Local Stories]

Tim Thome, a Clemson superfan, has images of Clemson University tattooed on his back from the neck to his beltline.



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Father of Saints super fan who pleaded guilty to drug charges faces sentencing [ Local Stories]

The father of New Orleans Saints superfan Jarius "Little JJ" Robertson will be sentenced Thursday on federal drug charges.



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'I don't think any of us are going to feel any real measure of security until we get out of this thing,' councilman says about cyberattack [ Local Stories]

'I don't think any of us are going to feel any real measure of security until we get out of this thing,' councilman says about cyberattack



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WDSU Baby of the Day for January 9, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Margaret's Weather Picture for January 9, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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NOPD: Baby found dead at Central City home [ Local Stories]

New Orleans police say the infant was found unresponsive by his big sister.



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Jefferson Parish Schools approves 2020-21 academic calendar [ Local Stories]

The first day of school is August 6, students will have three four-day weekends, and the school year ends for students on May 21.



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Videocast: Severe storms likely Saturday, power outages possible [ Local Stories]

A dynamic storm system will bring the threat of severe storms into early Saturday morning and early afternoon.



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NOPD: Man shot in neck early Thursday morning [ Local Stories]

New Orleans police are investigating an early morning shooting in the East



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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Warmer Thursday and Friday [ Local Stories]

A strong cold front moves our way Saturday morning. Expect a squall line to develop. Along that boundary there will likely be bow echoes with strong gusty winds and the potential for a tornado. Isolated storms may develop ahead of the squall line with the potential for an isolated tornado. Winds will gust along that boundary easily around 40-55 mph. The weather moves our early in the afternoon. The cold front will move offshore and stall. The weather cooperates Sunday with highs in the low to mid 60s and partly to mostly cloudy skies. The front begins to move back to the North as a warm front Monday with rain chances increasing again and the potential for locally heavy rain.

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Sewerage & Water Board found liable for Uptown drainage project damage [ Local Stories]

There’s been a major ruling in favor of 350 Uptown business and homeowners suing the Sewerage & Water Board. Orleans Parish Judge Keisha Ervin-Knott signed a partial summary judgment Monday that finds the utility liable for damage caused to their homes during construction of a massive drainage project.



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Public packs controversial Fontainebleau hotel proposal meeting [ Local Stories]

Dozens of people are being turned away at the doors of the Spitzfaden Community Center in Mandeville for the Fontainebleau State Park meeting.



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Crocker College prep parents call for termination of teacher seen waking child with foot on video [ Local Stories]

Parents of students at Crocker College Prep in New Orleans are calling for the termination of a preschool teacher seen on video waking a child with her foot.



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Strong cold front Saturday morning [ Local Stories]

The time period for severe weather Saturday is early morning through about Noon Time. The potential for isolated tornadoes and strong winds in storms. The risk level may go up higher. There is also the potential for strong sustained winds that could cause power outages. Right now it looks like rainfall of about 1-2 inches Saturday. The weather will improve in the afternoon.

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Police say officers are handcuffed by rule that could mean life or death in certain situations [ Local Stories]

Police say officers are handcuffed by rule that could mean life or death in certain situations.



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FBI investigating bank robbery at Iberia Bank in Uptown [ Local Stories]

The robbery happened at the Iberia Bank on St. Charles Avenue, according to the FBI.



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Bricolage parents press school leaders for special-ed changes [ Local Stories]

Almost 40 parents of current and former special education students at Bricolage Academy in New Orleans have submitted a petitionto the charter school’s leadership demanding policy changes.



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In Town for LSU-Clemson? Where To Eat and Drink Near the Superdome - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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Banh mi tacos, double burgers, and roast beef debris-topped mac and cheese

No one’s saying that the ‘Dome dog and an order of chili cheese fries don’t make for a filling snack during a game, but sometimes a fan needs more. For those times, here are some places within a mile or less of the Superdome. A few stay open late for celebrating (or drinking to forget) after the game. Some offer hearty pub grub, while others jump a step above the usual burgers and wings. Every spot is a winner.


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White stepping down as Louisiana education chief [ Local Stories]

Louisiana Superintendent of Education John White is stepping down after eight years on the job.



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Jefferson Parish officials investigating homicide in Marrero [ Local Stories]

The homicide happened in a parking lot at Ames Boulevard and Laplaco Boulevard, according to an alert issued by the JPSO.



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Retirement Assets; the Secure Act [ Local Stories]

CPA Kemberley Washington joins us to talk about different retirement accounts options so that you can decide what's best for you.



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