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Friday, July 31, 2020

Tropics are heating up [ Local Stories]

Isaias is now 135 miles SSE of Nassau. Max winds 80 mph. Forecast to get a little stronger up to 85 mph. Isaias is over warm water with water temps in the mid 80s. It is dealing with wind shear out of the southwest, which should prevent from getting much stronger. Hurricane force winds extend out 35 mph. Most of the weather is on the East side. Isaias is forecast to move toward the East Coast of Florida with impacts Saturday afternoon through Sunday. Then it is forecast to move close to or onshore along the Mid Atlantic Coast all the way to the Northeast. Land interaction will cause it to diminish in intensity.

Depression 10 is off the Coast of Africa. it may briefly become a tropical storm, but it is forecast to become a remnant low within 24 hours.

30% chance tropical development for a tropical wave 700 miles East of the Lesser Antilles.

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As unemployment benefits expire, CPA Kemberley Washington has tips for those seeking employment [ Local Stories]

CPA Kemberley Washington gives tips for those seeking employment or trying to budget.



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Motorcyclist shot, killed in Bridge City, JPSO says [ Local Stories]

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office is investigating a homicide in Bridge City.



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Church continuing food distribution in New Orleans [ Local Stories]

The end of the month marks the end of a number of programs laid out to help families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.



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'Foot traffic in the arts district is almost nonexistent': more disappointment after COVID-19 cancels White Linen [ Local Stories]

'Foot traffic in the arts district is almost nonexistent': more disappointment after COVID-19 cancels White Linen



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12 board games to kill a lot of quarantine time at home [ Local Stories]

They don't call em "bored" games for nothin'!



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NOLA-based artists, stores for social distancing retail therapy [ Local Stories]

If online shopping is your quarantine solution, consider supporting some of these local makers virtually!



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Several New Orleans library locations closed after staff member tests positive for COVID-19 [ Local Stories]

Several New Orleans Public Library locations are closed for cleaning after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.



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SNAP calls for Archdiocese of New Orleans to release archives [ Local Stories]

Victims of abuse at the hands of Catholic priests want to see records the Archdiocese of New Orleans shared with the Vatican.



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Officials to sign commitment to deepen Mississippi River [ Local Stories]

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the State of Louisiana is meeting Friday to sign a partnering commitment to begin the construction effort to deepen the Mississippi River.



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Margaret's Weather Picture for July 31, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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WDSU Baby of the Day for July 31, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Where Y'at magazine's 6 picks for the weekend of July 31, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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NOPD investigating shooting, two overnight murders [ Local Stories]

Two people died from gunshot wounds, and the NOPD is working to determine if the two homicides are related.



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Storms in the mix this weekend, the latest on Isaias [ Local Stories]

A cold front will bring showers and storms back to the mix this weekend.



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Thursday, July 30, 2020

Check the back seat [ Local Stories]

Isaias has 60 mph winds. Moving NW 18 mph. The storm is pulling away from Hispaniola and will be over the Southeast Bahamas tonight, Central Bahamas Friday night and near South Florida Saturday. Isaias is forecast to be a hurricane Saturday. Right now Isaias is over warm water in the mid 80s, but is dealing with some wind shear and very dry air on the west side. The Bermuda high will weaken some and allow for a more northward movement in time. A cold front is pushing east towards the East Coast and will help turn Isaias Northward as well. It is possible the cyclone may parallel the coast, but it may also move onshore in North Carolina and in the NE.

There is an area of low pressure off the Coast of Africa that has a 40% chance for tropical development. Right now it is dealing with dry air and Saharan Dust.

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Jefferson Parish businesses pivot during coronavirus pandemic [ Local Stories]

JEDCO reports a nearly 20% drop in sales tax revenue in second quarter



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Gobert lifts Jazz past Pelicans 106-104 in NBA restart [ Local Stories]

Zion Williamson scored 13 points, but only played 15 minutes



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Judge rules Orleans District Attorney’s Office must pay more than $50,000 in penalties in fake subpoena case [ Local Stories]

A judge ruled that Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro and his office must pay more than $50,000 in penalties for failure to produce public records related to fake subpoenas.



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Habitat for Humanity releases DIY series for everyday fixes during COVID-19 pandemic [ Local Stories]

Habitat for Humanity has released tutorial videos showing how to fix everyday problems so residents do not have to risk exposure by bringing a handyman into their home.



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Saints' Cam Jordan and Terron Armstead didn't think about opting out of this season [ Local Stories]

Saints' Cam Jordan and Terron Armstead didn't think about opting out of this season



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New Orleans city officials announce winners of Mask Up poster contest [ Local Stories]

The winning posters will be featured in a citywide campaign promoting mask wearing.



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Cold front in sight [ Local Stories]

7pm update for Isaias has the storm with 60 mph winds. Moving NW 20 mph. Located 45 miles WNW of Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. Forecast to intensify as it moves into the Bahamas. Friday 1pm winds forecast to be 70 mph. Early Saturday in the Bahamas the winds will be 75 mph, so a hurricane. Forecast to move parallel to the Coast of Florida as a hurricane, then move towards the Coast of NC and parallel the East Coast into the Northeast.

Now 40% chance tropical development for a low pressure off the coast of Africa.

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New Orleans teen indicted in botched armed robbery that killed 2 in Mid-City [ Local Stories]

A New Orleans teen has been indicted in a botched armed robbery that killed two people five months ago in Mid-City.



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Haunted NOLA: Mona Lisa, the Heartbroken Ghost of City Park [ Local Stories]

When you think of Mona Lisa, hopefully Leonardo DaVinci’s famous painting of a smiling woman leaps to mind -- not the terrifying image of a ghostly young woman emerging from the dark to claw at your car window. At least I hope that is the case.



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Gov. Edwards addressing latest on COVID-19 across the state [ Local Stories]

Gov. John Bel Edwards is holding his biweekly coronavirus news conference Thursday where he is expected to address the latest COVID-19 data.



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Pearl River woman arrested after 6-month-old puppy dies after being left in hot car [ Local Stories]

The Slidell Police Department arrested a Pearl River woman they say left a 6-month-old puppy in a hot car in the Walmart parking lot.



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New Orleans Saints team captain: "It's gotta be Super Bowl or bust." [ Local Stories]

"It's gotta be Super Bowl or bust. If we don't get to the big dance, it's a failed season."



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Pick up FREE school supplies while supply lasts during WDSU's back-to-school drive [ Local Stories]

WDSU-TV announced that it is partnering with Cox and Walmart to donate 3,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to those in need in New Orleans.



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Repair to water main that services most of Lakeview underway, road closures announced [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board says it is about to conduct a challenging repair to a major water main on Marconi Drive.



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LSU Athletics going cashless for Fall season [ Local Stories]

LSU Athletics announced Thursday that all athletics facilities will accept only credit card and mobile payments for merchandise and concessions beginning in the fall of 2020.



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Bar owners sue Louisiana governor over virus restrictions [ Local Stories]

Eleven Louisiana bar owners have filed a lawsuit against Gov. John Bel Edwards.



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Louisiana rallies planned in effort to keep $600 benefit [ Local Stories]

More than a dozen unions and other groups say unemployed workers will demonstrate at U.S. senators’ offices in nine Louisiana cities to demand continued $600 federal unemployment benefits.



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Man facing attempted murder charges in Louisiana may be in Mississippi, police say [ Local Stories]

A man who is facing eight counts of attempted murder in Louisiana might be in Mississippi, according to police.



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Louisiana Children's Museum closing in August [ Local Stories]

The Louisiana Children's Museum has announced because of the coronavirus pandemic it will be closing in August.



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Jefferson Parish residents can apply for rent and mortgage assistance starting Saturday [ Local Stories]

The applications can be filled out starting August 1 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. or until funds have been expended.



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Margaret's Weather Picture for July 30, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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WDSU Baby of the Day for July 30, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Drier days, the latest on Isaias [ Local Stories]

Today and tomorrow will be much drier.



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Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Hot and humid here [ Local Stories]

Patchy fog is possible in the morning, but will burn off quickly. Morning lows drop into the mid 70s Northshore to mid 70s to low 80s South. A hot day is ahead. Highs will be near 90 to even a few mid 90s. There is a slight rain chance. Ditto Friday. Hot and humid with highs near 90 to the low to mid 90s. Isolated rain.

Look up early in the morning for The Delta Aquariid Meteor Shower. Best time to look is around 3:30 AM. You should get out early to allow your eyes time to adjust to the dark. There are about 10-20 meteors an hour.

Rain chances with some storms go up Saturday night into Sunday morning as a weak cold front approaches, but the cold front does not move through.

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It's official: Tropical Storm Isaias forms in the Caribbean Sea [ Local Stories]

Tropical Storm Isaias formed Wednesday evening in the Caribbean.



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Zion Williamson practicing, could play in Pelicans’ opener [ Local Stories]

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Saints’ Payton: More ‘live’ football planned this preseason [ Local Stories]

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Mandina's reopening this week after temporary 'summer break' [ Local Stories]

One of New Orleans' oldest restaurants will reopen this week after closing briefly for a "summer break."



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Six Exciting Restaurant Openings in New Orleans - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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Despite the pandemic, these brand new restaurants have recently made their debut in New Orleans

Despite the loss of some significant New Orleans restaurants, bars, and music venues throughout the pandemic-related shutdown, June and July also brought the opening of a number of new restaurants in the area. A few are among those most anticipated for this season, and all were years in the making. Here, Eater tracks the noteworthy restaurant openings in the New Orleans area; for the latest restaurant closures diners need to know about, see here.

Did we miss a brand new restaurant? Let us know.


July

Union Ramen — Union Ramen is a long-anticipated restaurant from Nhat “Nate” Nguyen, the opening chef at Gert Town ramen gem Kin who left the restaurant in 2016 to start his own pop-up. The casual, counter service restaurant by the same name just debuted on Magazine Street, serving a menu of chicken broth-based ramen, poke, and Vietnamese small plates. Order online for pickup 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. or for delivery via Waitr or D’livery Nola.

Saj Mediterranean — Now open in the renovated space of the former Magazine Street location of Mona’s, Saj serves a menu of dips like hummus, baba ghanoush, and muhammara; falafel, kebabs, Lebanese sausage, chicken shawarma, along with plenty of wraps, salads, and vegetable dishes. Takeout, dine-in, and outdoor seating available daily, 4 to 9 p.m.

Plume Algiers — After a year of restaurant pop-ups serving regional Indian cuisine, Tyler Stuart and Merritt Coscia have opened their restaurant Plume Algiers at 1113 Teche Street for takeout. The opening menu includes Kozhi, a spicy fried chicken stew with coconut dumplings, Recheado shrimp salad, chow mein, and aloo chaat. Open for takeout 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

Yo Nashi — Yo Nashi is an inviting new CBD restaurant serving eight-to-ten course tasting menus in the Japanese dining style of omakase, meaning the meal is in the hands of the chef. One or two plated appetizers (like Kombu-cured scallop with beet vinaigrette, black sesame tōgarashi cracker, purple radish, and crab roe bottarga) is followed by a round of five nigiri, like a lightly-torched chūtoro nigiri with seared foie gras; then one or two savory courses with proteins like New York strip or pork belly; then dessert. The menu will change slightly every day, with big changes happening weekly. Open for dinner Thursday through Sunday.

June

Cho Thai — First announced early this year, Cho Thai is the latest from BRG Hospitality (formerly Besh Restaurant Group). It opened at the end of last month for takeout and delivery, taking over the former Magazine Street space of Warbucks, the restaurant group’s now-closed attempt at modern comfort food. BRG partnered with Jimmy Cho of Banana Blossom Thai Cafe, a family-run restaurant that’s been serving contemporary Thai food on the West Bank for a decade. Small plates include spicy clams, pork rolls, and crab claws with chili basil broth and roti; entrees include Louisiana crab fried rice, ka pao gai, and green curry soft shell crab. Open 4 to 9 p.m. daily.

Vals — From the CureCo team, including Matthew Kohnke, Neal Bodenheimer, Turk Dietrich, and Cane & Table chef Fredo Nogueira, Vals opened in late June in a former service station at the corner of Valence and Freret. It’s described as a casual, laid-back restaurant and bar serving regional Mexican dishes, tacos, and agave-based drinks. The to-go window is currently open Tuesday through Sunday from 4 to 10 p.m., serving an abbreviated food menu.

February

Double Dealer — Located under the Orpheum Theater, The Double Dealer is intended to be a “one-of-a-kind speakeasy” celebrating Dixie Bohemia, a term describing the writers, artists, and hangers-on in the New Orleans art scene of the 1920s. With designers Farouki Farouki behind the interior (they also did worked with Saffron and Justine), it should feel vibey indeed, and the cocktail menu seems refreshingly unpretentious — they’re even all under $12.

Nagomi — The eagerly-anticipated Nagomi opened in the Bywater on February 12, but it’s going to be a tough to land a reservation anytime soon. Calling itself New Orleans’s first omakase sushi bar (a Japanese dining style where the order is left to the sushi chef), the 12-seat restaurant showcases the skills of local sushi chef Kazuyuki “Kaz” Ishikawa, a longtime Shogun sushi chef. Reservation-only, Nagomi has two seatings per night for meals starting at $65, Wednesday through Saturday.

Sorella5 Opened last month, Sorella5 is the newest addition to a buzzing area of the CBD, with a promising approach to “home cooking and New Orleans-style cuisine.” Owned and operated by five(!) sisters, the menu is based on family recipes like red beans and rice, po-boys, and other homestyle cooking. Sorella5 is open for lunch Monday; from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday; and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

January

Blue Giant — The long-awaited Blue Giant is now slinging reinvented Chinese takeout standards for lunch and dinner in the LGD. The extensive menu of “straightforward American-Chinese food with the best ingredients we can find” 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).

Seed — While not technically brand new, Seed’s reopening brings new life to a restaurant that has arguably been New Orleans’s top destination for vegan and vegetarian fare since its 2014 opening. The new owners (also the trio behind local favorite District Donuts) brought in a head chef who’s background skews fine dining, Dan Causgrove, most recently head chef at the Ace Hotel’s Seaworthy. The new menu is reflective of Causgrove’s experience, with small plats like carrot cavatelli and masa gnocchi and cauliflower katsu, a kelp po-boy, and eggplant schwarma.

Lotus Bistro — Lakeview has a new sushi restaurant, quietly opened a few weeks ago (a grand opening party is on February 4). The wide-ranging menu covers noodles, soups, fried rice, and lunch bentos in addition to a huge selection of sushi rolls and sashimi. The best part? The woman-owned Lotus Bistro named a few specialty rolls after notable women in Japanese history, like Tomoe Gozen and author Mineko Iwasaki. Yay for more sushi options in New Orleans proper.

Laurel Oak — A new CBD hotel brings with it a solid contemporary Southern restaurant, under the consultation of star Colorado chef Troy Guard. Guard brought in Houma native Wesley Rabalais for the head chef role, and Rabalais executes on refined versions of Louisiana classics like boudin, barbecue shrimp, and Gulf fish entrees. The excellent gumbo is made with poblano peppers instead of green, the twist on a shrimp cocktail is delightful, and the fried oyster dish hits all the right flavors.

Swamp Room — This longtime Metairie hangout is back, reopening just down the street on Vets Boulevard. It feels as close to it once did as is possible in a new location, with the same menu of juicy burgers topped with shredded, not sliced, cheese (among other options). Keep an eye out for a forthcoming attached venue intended for DJ nights and private events.

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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St. Charles Parish emergency officials are on the scene of a fire at the IMTT building.



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Jefferson Parish teachers send letter to district demanding delayed start because of COVID-19 [ Local Stories]

The letter listed 150 questions detailing concerns from hand-washing, bus transport, to how to deal with a child or teacher who contracts the virus.



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Former officer pursues, apprehends hit-and-run suspect in Washington Parish [ Local Stories]

A former law enforcement officer who witnessed a hit-and-run in Washington Parish pursued the suspect, later apprehending him after a chase.



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Fifteen years after Hurricane Katrina destroyed 200 senior apartments in New Orleans East, the complex is set to return.



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Jefferson Parish businesses off Metairie Road were vandalized Wednesday, causing thousands of dollars in repairs.



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A lawyer for 1031 Canal Development says rainy weather and issues with a remote-control demolition robot have delayed the process.



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Louisiana's revenue department says payments start going out this week to front-line workers who remained at grocery store checkouts, in health care facilities and on bus routes in the first months of the coronavirus outbreak.



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NOPD: 1 dead, 1 injured after car shot up in New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Police say two men with gunshot wounds arrived at an area hospital. One later died from his injuries, according to NOPD.



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Margaret's Weather Picture for July 29, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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WDSU Baby of the Day for July 29, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Heavy downpours possible, watching the tropics [ Local Stories]

Locally heavy rain will be possible today. A new tropical system will develop soon.



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Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Virus uncertainty doesn’t alter Saints’ high goals [ Local Stories]

Saints have won 37 regular-season games over past three seasons


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Hotter weather Thursday and Friday [ Local Stories]

Recon flew into Potential Tropical Cyclone 9, and did not find a closed low level circulation. It is still forecast to become a tropical storm Wednesday. Located 235 miles SE of the Leeward Islands moving WNW 25 mph. It is a large system, and because it is moving so fast it is likely having a hard time getting organized. Because there is no closed low level circulation, there is a great deal of uncertainty as to its forecast track going out in time. The GFS Model takes it over Puerto Rico, parts of the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas and then turns it North near the East Coast of Florida and then along the Mid Atlantic Coast. The Euro Model takes it over the Leeward Islands, South to near Puerto Rico, South of the Dominican Republic, over Cuba, through the Straits of Florida, into the East Gulf, then into Florida. Obviously, there is a great deal of difference in the models. This is something to monitor, and will keep you posted.

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JPSO is investigating a shooting in Harvey [ Local Stories]

Man taken to the hospital after being shot



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Local woman shares her journey of being pregnant during a pandemic [ Local Stories]

Experts say being pregnant during a pandemic can be lonely and difficult



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Local farmers feel the impacts of covid-19 [ Local Stories]

Farmers say the pandemic is affecting their industry



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More rain Wednesday [ Local Stories]

Here is a look at some of the rain totals this afternoon. 3.50" Airport, 3.40" Luling, 2.77" Metairie, 2.48" Belle Chasse, 2.25" Kenner. That rain fell on saturated grounds, so the water ran off quickly. Streets filled up quickly.

90% chance tropical development for Potential Tropical Cyclone 9. It's named Potential, because it is not a storm yet. It is expected to become a tropical storm. The NHC wants to be able to issue warnings, that is why it is named. This evening the broad low is 340 miles SE of the Leeward Islands. Max winds 40 mph. Moving WNW 25 mph.

The name will be Isaias when it becomes a storm. It will be the earliest "I" storm ever. The previous was Irene August 8, 2005. So far this year there have been many firsts. We've had 8 tropical storms earlier than any other season. Christobal, Edouard, Fay, Gonzalo & Hanna have all been the earliest storms for their letter of the alphabet.

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Tracking the Tropics: Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine [ Local Stories]

The disturbance is currently being labeled Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine. The reason for this designation is the system is not yet organized to be called a tropical storm, however, it will likely become one before reaching the Leeward Islands.



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Gov. Edwards: Now more than ever residents must adhere to COVID-19 guidelines [ Local Stories]

Gov. John Bel Edwards is holding his biweekly coronavirus news conference Tuesday.



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Two arrested for damaging "welcome" sign in Venice with gunfire [ Local Stories]

Two people were arrested for damaging a welcome sign in Venice.



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D.A. declines to bring case against man accused of punching Andy Dick [ Local Stories]

The Orleans Parish District Attorney will not bring a case against a man accused of punching a celebrity on Bourbon Street.



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New Orleans mayor releases updated plan on making French Quarter pedestrian-focused [ Local Stories]

The City of New Orleans provided an update Tuesday on the work underway since May 2020 to explore pedestrian-centric approaches that will draw locals and tourists to the French Quarter.



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Mississippi community college renames Jefferson Davis campus [ Local Stories]

A Mississippi community college has announced that it renamed one of its campuses that previously honored Confederate President Jefferson Davis.



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Mississippi sees one of highest one-day death tolls and over 1,000 new COVID-19 cases [ Local Stories]

As people are getting tested, the number of positive cases of the coronavirus is increasing.



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$250 one-time payments to Louisiana workers begin this week [ Local Stories]

Louisiana is offering $250 one-time payments to as many as 200,000 people who meet eligibility requirements set by state lawmakers to front-line workers.



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Where to Eat Ice Cream and Gelato in New Orleans Right Now - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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The best places to get a scoop right now

New Orleans isn’t famous as an ice cream town — sno-balls and frozen daiquiris get us through the dog days of summer. And thanks to the city’s Sicilian heritage, gelato is part of the local vernacular. But ice cream still qualifies as a special treat, and there is some amazing ice cream (and gelato and sorbetto) to be found this summer in New Orleans. Here are the coolest ice cream spots in town.

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Work continues at collapsed Hard Rock site [ Local Stories]

This comes as friction continues between the developer of the property and New Orleans city leaders.



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Disturbance in Atlantic will likely become a tropical storm, NHC says [ Local Stories]

A broad area of low pressure in the Atlantic Ocean is forecast to become a tropical storm later Tuesday or early Wednesday morning.



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St. Tammany Parish delaying start of school until after Labor Day [ Local Stories]

The St. Tammany Parish School district announced Tuesday it is delaying the start of school until after Labor Day.



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New high-capacity drive-thru COVID testing in New Orleans begins this week [ Local Stories]

A new COVID-19 testing option will begin in New Orleans on Wednesdayin partnership with U.S. Health and Human Services and the Louisiana National Guard.



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WDSU Baby of the Day for July 28, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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Margaret's Weather Picture for July 28, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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NOPD investigating three overnight shootings that killed 1 person, injured 3 [ Local Stories]

New Orleans police are investigating three shootings overnight that killed one person and injured three others.



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More heavy rain potential, Flash Flood Watch [ Local Stories]

Additional periods of locally heavy rainfall may lead to flash flooding today.



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Monday, July 27, 2020

Locally heavy rain possible [ Local Stories]

Looks like some of the rain will fire up early in the morning. Check in with Meteorologist Kweilyn Murphy in the morning before hitting the roads. Wednesday has a decent shot at some rain too. Rain chances go down Thursday and Friday, which means it will be hotter with highs near 90 to the mid 90s. It's about a 30% chance of afternoon rain and storms.

Invest 92-L is about 850 miles East of the Windward Islands, Moving WNW 15-20 mph. There is a 70-80% chance tropical development. Right now there is a broad low pressure, but no closed low level circulation. It is over warm water with water temperatures in the low 80s. There is dry air and Saharan Dust near the system, and some strong winds aloft on the NW side of the system. The NHC says it may become a depression or storm within the next couple of days. It is forecast to impact the Lesser Antilles Wednesday. The next storm name up is Isaias.

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Lawsuit filed againt JPSO Deputies [ Local Stories]

Two more JPSO deputies named in a lawsuit



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Shooting investigation underway in New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Police investigate a shooting at the intersection of St. Anthony and North Johnson Streets



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Several members of the US Attorney's Office tested positive for Covid-19 [ Local Stories]

Several members of the US Attorney's Office tested positive for Covid-19



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'Together Louisiana' asks council to take action on NOPD body camera release policy [ Local Stories]

'Together Louisiana' asks council to take action on NOPD body camera release policy



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Warren Easton Charter High School releases reopening plan [ Local Stories]

Warren Easton Charter High School released a 16-page plan outlining the charter school's reopening plan.



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City Shuts Down Willie’s Chicken Shack for Violating New COVID-19 Restrictions - [Eater New Orleans - All]


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All locations of the fried chicken and daiquiri chain are closed after violating the ban on to-go drinks

The city of New Orleans has shut down multiple locations of fried chicken and daiquiri chain Willie’s Chicken Shack, after a weekend of social media posts calling out the restaurants for violating the city’s new ban on the sale of to-go alcohol.

On Friday, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell prohibited restaurants from selling takeout alcohol effective Saturday, July 25, and closed bars entirely. When discussing the new restrictions on Monday, Mayor LaToya Cantrell said that “we did have a couple of bad actors” over the weekend, and that there was “a lot of attention” on multiple Willie’s Chicken Shacks. “My task force was on the ground, and as a result those locations are closed and will remain closed throughout this pandemic,” the Mayor said.

Willie’s owner Aaron Motwani said in a statement Monday that he has closed all locations because “we were unable to prevent our patrons from leaving our premises with drinks in hand after their meals” and “do not have the staff available to enforce our policy.” The chain of eight restaurants, seven of which are located in the French Quarter including two on Bourbon Street, is known to attract tourists.

Mayor Cantrell said that except for the few bad actors, “overall the response was compliance” to the new ban on takeout alcohol sales. The Mayor said last week that the new restriction will remain in place “until we move into a position of better health in the City of New Orleans.”

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New Orleans Saints sign 2020 draft class [ Local Stories]

2020 draft class consists of 4 player total


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Brees foundation donating $5 million to Ochsner Health [ Local Stories]

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and his wife Brittany made a commitment to a large donation to Ochsner Health on Monday.



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Coronavirus in Louisiana: The latest numbers and how to keep your family safe [ Local Stories]

Here you can get the latest information on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Louisiana and resources to be prepared and keep your family safe.



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Applications for $15,000 small business grants opens Tuesday [ Local Stories]

Louisiana Main Street Recovery Program funded through CARES Act



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Flatten the curve: Graphs, map shows coronavirus cases, deaths in Louisiana [ Local Stories]

We're tracking the curve of coronavirus cases and coronavirus-related deaths that have occurred in Louisana.



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We're tracking the curve of coronavirus cases and coronavirus-related deaths that have occurred in Louisana.



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Man found shot to death in car in Thibodaux [ Local Stories]

The Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office announced that a man died Sunday in a shooting in Thibodaux.



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Cantrell: All Willie's Chicken Shacks closed through pandemic after violating COVID-19 restrictions [ Local Stories]

According to mayor LaToya Cantrell, Willie's Chicken Shack violated the noncompliance coronavirus restrictions set in place Saturday morning.



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Heavy rain, flooding possible as storms move across southeast Louisiana [ Local Stories]

Heavy rain is currently moving across southeast Louisiana and south Mississippi, with street flooding likely in some areas Monday.



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Jefferson Parish officials providing more mobile COVID testing, hours for seniors [ Local Stories]

Jefferson Parish officials announced Monday that in partnership with Ochsner Health, additional COVID-19 mobile testing has been added across the parish.



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Margaret's Weather Picture for July 27, 2020 [ Local Stories]

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JPSO: Inmate found unresponsive, dies at correctional center [ Local Stories]

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office is investigating an in-custody death Sunday at the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center.



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NOPD investigating fatal shooting at Dumaine St, South Claiborne [ Local Stories]

A man was shot and killed Monday morning, the New Orleans Police Department said.



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Mississippi man injured during encounter with alligator at reservoir [ Local Stories]

A man was injured during an encounter with an alligator at the reservoir near an area where several other alligators have been removed this month, according to wildlife officials.



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Happening now: Severe weather coverage from WDSU [ Local Stories]

WDSU is monitoring severe weather in the area.



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Locally heavy rain possible through Tuesday [ Local Stories]

Localized flash flooding will be possible today and Tuesday.



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Sunday, July 26, 2020

Faith leaders pray for Mayor, and other city officials at City Hall [ Local Stories]

Faith leaders held a 30 minute 'Kneel Down' for politicians



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Woman experiences issues with unemployment benefits [ Local Stories]

A local gym employee is worried about her livelihood after not being able to obtain jobless benefits.



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Dance teams honor city leaders, first responders [ Local Stories]

New Orleans dance teams partnered for a unity dance in honor of city leaders and first responders.



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Firefighters respond to fire at hotel in Harvey [ Local Stories]

Upon arrival, firefighters found a fire in the kitchen of a second floor room of the three-story InTown Suites hotel, fire officials said.



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Heavy rain, street flooding concerns Monday [ Local Stories]

More heavy rain is likely throughout the day Monday, and could cause some street flooding where heavy rain sets up.



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30-year NOPD officer dies from COVID-19 complications [ Local Stories]

The New Orleans Police Department announced the passing Sunday of Officer Sharon Williams from COVID-19 complications.



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NOPD investigating homicide after man shot and killed [ Local Stories]

A man was shot and killed near Fourth Street and South Claiborne Avenue, according to the NOPD.



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JPSO: Man shot in doorway of Metairie apartment, dies at hospital [ Local Stories]

Deputies said they found a man in the doorway of an apartment suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.



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Bourbon Street still packed despite no to-go alcohol mandate [ Local Stories]

The people gathering had drinks in hand and were not wearing masks.



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LIST: Flooded streets across New Orleans [ Local Stories]

Street flooding has been reported across New Orleans Sunday morning.



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Parking restrictions lifted in New Orleans as heavy rain moves through the area [ Local Stories]

Parking restrictions were lifted Sunday morning in New Orleans after heavy rain moved through the area.



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'King of Crawfish' Al Scramuzza in ICU after contracting COVID-19, family says [ Local Stories]

A New Orleans icon know as the "King of Crawfish" has been hospitalized and is in the Intensive Care Unit after contracting the coronavirus.



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Candlelight vigil held for slain young woman [ Local Stories]

A candlelight vigil was held Saturday evening for Dereial Manning, who was shot and killed in front of her home.



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Heavy rain potential again Sunday [ Local Stories]

Deep tropical moisture continues to sit over southeast Louisiana, providing the chance for heavy rainfall over the next several days.



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Group of bikers come together to promote early voting [ Local Stories]

A group of bikers in New Orleans known as Bike N Vote, road around the city today to encourage people of all ages to vote in the August 15 election.



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Church hosts school supply giveaway to help families [ Local Stories]

Impact Ministries hosted a school supply giveaway in New Orleans to help out families with students.



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Friday, July 24, 2020

Off and on Rain [ Local Stories]

Rain increases early morning moving into South Mississippi and the Northshore, then scattered activity on the South Shore. With off and on rain across the area, temperatures will not be as hot. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s. Onshore winds at 10-20 mph with higher gusts, will prevent water that has already flowed into area lakes from being able to exit easily. Water will continue to run above average. Rain chances stay high into Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. There is lots of tropical moisture in place, and rain chances will be high for Sunday as well. Highs will be in the low to mid 80s.

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Several New Orleans-area judges unopposed for November election [ Local Stories]

Seven Criminal Court seats will be determined in the fall.



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Former president of failed First NBC bank, 2 bank officers plead not guilty to federal fraud charges [ Local Stories]

If found guilty of any of the counts they could face 30 years in jail and a 1 million dollar fine.



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Weather, equipment issues delay body recovery effort at Hard Rock hotel collapse site [ Local Stories]

More delays have been announced in the recovery effort for two bodies trapped inside the Hard Rock hotel collapse site.



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Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro will not seek reelection [ Local Stories]

The Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro will not seek reelection.



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Bars in New Orleans ordered to close, no take-out alcohol allowed in parish [ Local Stories]

New Orleans city leaders are holding a news conference Friday morning to provide an update on demolition plans at the collapsed Hard Rock Hotel site.



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NOPD searching for missing man last seen in April [ Local Stories]

Albert Monaco has not been heard from since April 2020.



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6 people arrested in connection with Big Branch double homicide [ Local Stories]

Three more people have been arrested and been booked in connection with a double homicide in the Big Branch area that killed a man, a pregnant woman, and her unborn child on Saturday.



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Mississippi deputy dies after saving son at Florida beach [ Local Stories]

William K. Nichols, 33, was director of the Search and Rescue Unit for the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department in northern Mississippi.



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RTA protest calls for fair treatment after 50 employees test positive for COVID-19 [ Local Stories]

New Orleans Regional Transit Authority operators will be holding a protest Friday calling for fair treatment after 50 employees who tested positive for the coronavirus.



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Broad Theater closing, future unknown during coronavirus pandemic [ Local Stories]

The Broad Theater is closing, and its future is unknown as the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on small businesses in New Orleans.



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New Orleans EMS mask giveaway runs out of masks in 15 minutes [ Local Stories]

The giveaway was scheduled to end at 10:30, but supplies ran out too quickly.



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Embattled St. John judge indicted for sexual misconduct with minors qualifies for judge position [ Local Stories]

St. John the Baptist Parish Judge Jeff Perilloux qualified Friday for the judge seat he currently holds but is benched from.



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HousingLOUISIANA addressing ongoing need for rental assistance in the state [ Local Stories]

HousingLOUISIANA is addressing the need for rental assistance in Louisiana after a program offering help with rental payments was shut down due to an overwhelming response.



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Tropical Storm Hanna will bring rain impacts to Louisiana [ Local Stories]

Tropical Depression Eight is crossing the central Gulf and is forecast to become a tropical storm before making landfall over Texas between Harlingen and Fulton.



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Vessel severs water line for Lafitte, Grand Isle; water will be restored Saturday or Sunday [ Local Stories]

As a result, Jefferson Parish anticipates a period of approximately 6 ½ to 7 ½ hours for which Grand Isle will have no water pressure available.



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Pearl River officer who died of COVID-19 laid to rest Friday [ Local Stories]

A Pearl River police officer who died of complications from coronavirus last week will be laid to rest Friday.



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Early voting begins Saturday for municipal general election [ Local Stories]

Early voting begins this weekend for the municipal general election in August.



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