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KSLA-TV Shreveport
NOPD releases unsettling surveillance video of armed robbery suspecta hooded sweatshirt lurking behind a car just minutes before the robbery. The v
NOPD releases unsettling surveillance video of armed robbery suspect
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 21 minutes ago
a hooded sweatshirt lurking behind a car just minutes before the robbery. The video didn't capture the crime, but New Orleans police believe the man in the video is responsible. We talked with a Tulane student who was walking in the area... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Flanigan announces Cole as Assistant Coachcoaches come together to exchange ideas on basketball, leadership and holistic
Flanigan announces Cole as Assistant Coach
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 24 minutes ago
coaches come together to exchange ideas on basketball, leadership and holistic development of players and programs. A New Orleans, La., native, Cole graduated from Holy Cross High School in 1988. He played collegiately at Montana State... Read more
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The Advocate
Federal judge rules that Danziger Bridge documents will remain sealed for now, and maybe foreverconnection to the Danziger case, Engelhardt ruled it was grounds to toss out th
Federal judge rules that Danziger Bridge documents will remain sealed for now, and maybe forever
The Advocate / Posted 32 minutes ago
connection to the Danziger case, Engelhardt ruled it was grounds to toss out the guilty verdicts against five former New Orleans police officers who were tried in 2011. That set the stage for the five to plead guilty two weeks ago in deals that... Read more
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The Advocate
Former Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office colonel pleads guilty in off-duty details scandalA high-ranking deputy who coordinated off-duty security details at the Orleans
Former Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office colonel pleads guilty in off-duty details scandal
The Advocate / Posted 32 minutes ago
A high-ranking deputy who coordinated off-duty security details at the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office pleaded guilty Wednesday to billing local businesses for “ghost employees” at special events and pocketing the payments for himself. Roy Austin, a... Read more
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The Advocate
'Ban the Box' bill to ease job searches for felons advances to full Louisiana Senateworried that someone convicted of abusing children might be unwittingly hired t
'Ban the Box' bill to ease job searches for felons advances to full Louisiana Senate
The Advocate / Posted 32 minutes ago
worried that someone convicted of abusing children might be unwittingly hired to work with children. But Democratic New Orleans Sen. JP Morrell said state law already requires criminal background checks for everyone applying to work near... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
NOPD releases unsettling surveillance video of armed robbery suspecta hooded sweatshirt lurking behind a car just minutes before the robbery. The v
NOPD releases unsettling surveillance video of armed robbery suspect
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 43 minutes ago
a hooded sweatshirt lurking behind a car just minutes before the robbery. The video didn't capture the crime, but New Orleans police believe the man in the video is responsible. We talked with a Tulane student who was walking in the area... Read more
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MLive.com
While no Leicester City, Detroit Lions an increasing long shot to win Super Bowl 51favor, at least compared to last season, is the schedule. It is filled with oth
While no Leicester City, Detroit Lions an increasing long shot to win Super Bowl 51
MLive.com / Posted 52 minutes ago
favor, at least compared to last season, is the schedule. It is filled with other Super Bowl long shots, including New Orleans, Chicago (twice), Tennessee, Jacksonville, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. Only division rival Green Bay, at 10-to-1,... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
Business Briefsreceived the best presenter award for his presentation, “Exmar OPTI FPS - Exmar
Business Briefs
Offshore Magazine / Posted an hour ago
received the best presenter award for his presentation, “Exmar OPTI FPS - Exmar’s Experience with Optimized FPS Development Projects.” The annual event will be held on Feb. 21-23, 2017, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in N... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Tuning in for Thursday, May 5MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 7 p.m. — New Orleans at Oklahoma City — KGHM-AM 1340 MA
Tuning in for Thursday, May 5
The Oklahoman / Posted an hour ago
MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 7 p.m. — New Orleans at Oklahoma City — KGHM-AM 1340 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 12:30 p.m.;Philadelphia at St. Louis — FSPLUS (Cox 68)/Cox 703 6 p.m. — Texas at Toronto — FSOK (Cox 37)/KEBC-AM 1560 6 p.m. — New York Yankees at... Read more
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examiner.com
Winners of the James Beard Foundation 2016 Awardschef and TV personality Ming Tsai. Highlights from this year’s list of winners
Winners of the James Beard Foundation 2016 Awards
examiner.com / Posted an hour ago
chef and TV personality Ming Tsai. Highlights from this year’s list of winners include: Best New Restaurant: Shaya,New Orleans Celebrity chefs, culinary talent, and industry leaders from across the country were in attendance at Lyric Opera of... Read more
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The Advocate
Federal judge rules that Danziger Bridge documents will remain unsealed for now, and maybe foreverconnection to the Danziger case, Engelhardt ruled it was grounds to toss out th
Federal judge rules that Danziger Bridge documents will remain unsealed for now, and maybe forever
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
connection to the Danziger case, Engelhardt ruled it was grounds to toss out the guilty verdicts against five former New Orleans police officers who were tried in 2011. That set the stage for the five to plead guilty two weeks ago in deals that... Read more
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The Advocate
Donald Trump’s supporters are what’s wrong with Americavoters who supported David Duke in the 1991 Louisiana gubernatorial runoff elec
Donald Trump’s supporters are what’s wrong with America
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
voters who supported David Duke in the 1991 Louisiana gubernatorial runoff election. Trump cannot help himself. What’s wrong with America? In a nutshell, Donald Trump’s supporters! Robert E. Treuting retired Jefferson Parish coroner New Or... Read more
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The Advocate
Give seniors the TOPS awards they were promisedthe same, TOPS stays the same, but fees go up and their names get more inventiv
Give seniors the TOPS awards they were promised
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
the same, TOPS stays the same, but fees go up and their names get more inventive. In fact, TOPS has yet to pay for spring 2016. We don’t know whether we can get enough federal loans to pay LSU next year. Pamela Rieth teaching assistant New Orle... Read more
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The Advocate
Student speaks out on sex education billthat they may be too scared to learn about. It is not a valid argument to procl
Student speaks out on sex education bill
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
that they may be too scared to learn about. It is not a valid argument to proclaim that “gay sex is immoral” because, just like everyone else, gay people are humans and have the right to learn about sex education. Suzy Ascuitto student New Orl... Read more
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The Advocate
Sanitation issues out of control at Jazz Festare overflowing. Didn’t see anyone dealing with trash. I find it hard to belie
Sanitation issues out of control at Jazz Fest
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
are overflowing. Didn’t see anyone dealing with trash. I find it hard to believe that Homeland Security or the state fire marshal isn’t mandating capping the number of people out there every day. Shelley Pigeon event/meeting planner New O... Read more
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The Advocate
Guest column: Louisiana is contributing in the mission to Marssmall rocket. Eight short years after the 15-minute flight, a rocket built at t
Guest column: Louisiana is contributing in the mission to Mars
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
small rocket. Eight short years after the 15-minute flight, a rocket built at the 832-acre Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans took Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins on an eight-day voyage to the moon and back. For three decades,... Read more
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The Advocate
A new commuter line makes sense for Baton Rouge to Crescent Citymaking-sense part. That’s because cobbling together funding for the passenger
A new commuter line makes sense for Baton Rouge to Crescent City
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
making-sense part. That’s because cobbling together funding for the passenger train service between Baton Rouge and New Orleans is dependent on the rules of various federal programs. Intercity rail is a different category, apparently, than... Read more
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The Advocate
It’s the perfect time of year to put focus on family wellnesscareful and respectful of them. Remember while big changes seem impossible, sm
It’s the perfect time of year to put focus on family wellness
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
careful and respectful of them. Remember while big changes seem impossible, small efforts and changes go a long way. Happy Mother’s Day and family wellness to all. Julie Fortenberry wellness and lifestyle nutritionist, Touro Infirmary New Orl... Read more
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The Advocate
Beausoleil's Nathan Gresham on his journey as chef -- and a fall event that'll 'open people's eyes' about Baton Rouge cuisinechefs in October for the event. “It’s just going to open people’s eyes,” Gresh
Beausoleil's Nathan Gresham on his journey as chef -- and a fall event that'll 'open people's eyes' about Baton Rouge cuisine
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
chefs in October for the event. “It’s just going to open people’s eyes,” Gresham said. “We’re always in the shadow of New Orleans food. That’s not a bad thing. That’s the reason I stayed in Baton Rouge. There’s opportunity here. Right now, you’ve... Read more
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The Advocate
Deadline extended to Friday for Farm to Table Challengein conjunction with the Farm to Table Experience taking place Aug. 18-20 at the
Deadline extended to Friday for Farm to Table Challenge
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
in conjunction with the Farm to Table Experience taking place Aug. 18-20 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. Ten chefs from across the U.S. will be selected to create the best dish that utilizes farm-fresh items from a... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Batavia man charged with rape of 5-oldsay the rape happened in the Town of Clarendon in 2011. McKague was arrested f
Batavia man charged with rape of 5-old
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted an hour ago
say the rape happened in the Town of Clarendon in 2011. McKague was arrested following a two-month investigation by the Orleans County Sheriff's Office. He is currently being held in jail on bail. He is scheduled to appear in court... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
The Vertical Podcast with Woj: Jeff Bowerelaborate scouting departments in Detroit, and how it dramatically differs from
The Vertical Podcast with Woj: Jeff Bower
Yahoo Sports / Posted an hour ago
elaborate scouting departments in Detroit, and how it dramatically differs from the mom-and-pop operation he ran in New Orleans. Bower also discusses his time as New Orleans general manager, when Hurricane Katrina forced the franchise to spend... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Man arrested for allegedly raping 5-oldORLEANS COUNTY, N.Y. – A Batavia man has been arrested after allegedly raping a
Man arrested for allegedly raping 5-old
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted an hour ago
ORLEANS COUNTY, N.Y. – A Batavia man has been arrested after allegedly raping a five-year-old child. The Orleans County Sheriff’s Office says 24-year-old Nicholas McKague allegedly raped a child in the Town of Clarendon in 2011. McKague now faces... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
24-year sentence for Tennessee man in human trafficking caseNEW ORLEANS (AP) - The U.S. Justice Department says a Tennessee man who pleaded
24-year sentence for Tennessee man in human trafficking case
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted an hour ago
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The U.S. Justice Department says a Tennessee man who pleaded guilty in a human trafficking case has been sentenced to 24½ years in prison by a federal judge in New Orleans. Court records show 27-year-old Granville Robinson of... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
Shooter Jennings; Palmetto Brewgrass; The Deslondes; John the Conquerormix of rock, gospel, and country. But it turns out that the band isn't some kin
Shooter Jennings; Palmetto Brewgrass; The Deslondes; John the Conqueror
Charleston City Paper / Posted an hour ago
mix of rock, gospel, and country. But it turns out that the band isn't some kind of throwback; they're just from New Orleans. "By definition, our social fabric is very musical," says singer/bassist Dan Cutler. "There's music everywhere. All... Read more
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Al.com
Twinning on Jimmy Fallon: Tiny trumpeters steal the showsiblings in the brass band Pelican212. Their parents are John and Linda Rees.
Twinning on Jimmy Fallon: Tiny trumpeters steal the show
Al.com / Posted an hour ago
siblings in the brass band Pelican212. Their parents are John and Linda Rees. Pelican212 recently performed at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, taking the stage on April 24. They often play at LuLu's in Destin. On the group's... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Former high-ranking OPSO deputy pleads guiltyNEW ORLEANS -- As expected, a former high-ranking deputy with the Orleans Paris
Former high-ranking OPSO deputy pleads guilty
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 2 hours ago
NEW ORLEANS -- As expected, a former high-ranking deputy with the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office pleaded guilty Wednesday to padding security detail invoices using “ghost” employees who never did the work. Roy Austin, a former colonel in the... Read more
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Times News
Redskins sign Richardsto support how proud he and his family are of Dominick. “Dom ranked seventh ou
Redskins sign Richards
Times News / Posted 2 hours ago
to support how proud he and his family are of Dominick. “Dom ranked seventh out of 300 at the regional NFL combine in New Orleans, “ he said. “Even more impressive is the fact that 40,000 college players buckle up their chin straps each year and... Read more
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Pitchfork
Flume Announces World Tour- House of Blues Orlando 09-10 Miami Beach, FL - Fillmore Miami Beach 09-11 S
Flume Announces World Tour
Pitchfork / Posted 2 hours ago
- House of Blues Orlando 09-10 Miami Beach, FL - Fillmore Miami Beach 09-11 St. Petersburg, FL - Janunus Live 09-14 New Orleans, LA - Orpheum Theater 09-16 St. Louis, MO - The Pageant 09-17 Kansas City, MO - Arvest Bank Theatre at the... Read more
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The Advocate
WWL-TV: Why NOPD's aggressive 2016 hiring goals will be nearly impossible to meetinducting the largest recruit class since the city resumed hiring police, a loo
WWL-TV: Why NOPD's aggressive 2016 hiring goals will be nearly impossible to meet
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
inducting the largest recruit class since the city resumed hiring police, a look at recruiting numbers within the New Orleans Police Department shows that the city faces a challenge to rebuild the force, according to a WWL-TV report. New... Read more
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The Advocate
What should be on the Sinkhole de Mayo playlist? 'I'm Going Down,' 'End of the Road,' otherswide. Advocate staff photo by SHERRI MILLER -- A large sinkhole has appeared on
What should be on the Sinkhole de Mayo playlist? 'I'm Going Down,' 'End of the Road,' others
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
wide. Advocate staff photo by SHERRI MILLER -- A large sinkhole has appeared on Canal Street near Harrah's Casino in New Orleans, Friday, April 29, 2016. Advocate staff photo by SHERRI MILLER -- A large sinkhole has appeared on Canal Street near... Read more
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The Advocate
Former Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office colonel pleads guilty in off-duty details scandalA high-ranking deputy who coordinated off-duty security details at the Orleans
Former Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office colonel pleads guilty in off-duty details scandal
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
A high-ranking deputy who coordinated off-duty security details at the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office pleaded guilty Wednesday to billing local businesses for the work of “ghost employees” at special events and pocketing the payments for... Read more
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The Advocate
Mayor Mitch Landrieu pushing to authorize more short-term rentals than Planning Commission wantswith one aspect of the City Planning Commission’s position on how short-term re
Mayor Mitch Landrieu pushing to authorize more short-term rentals than Planning Commission wants
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
with one aspect of the City Planning Commission’s position on how short-term rentals should be regulated in New Orleans, Mayor Mitch Landrieu wants the City Council to tell the commission to stick to a plan that would legalize the... Read more
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The Advocate
'Ban the Box' bill to ease job searches for felons advances to full Louisiana Senateworried that someone convicted of abusing children might be unwittingly hired t
'Ban the Box' bill to ease job searches for felons advances to full Louisiana Senate
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
worried that someone convicted of abusing children might be unwittingly hired to work with children. But Democratic New Orleans Sen. JP Morrell said state law already requires criminal background checks for everyone applying to work near... Read more
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The Advocate
Eight Louisiana health centers get $6.8 million in federal funds to expand$488,990; St. Charles Community Health Center Inc. in Luling, $959,150; St. Tho
Eight Louisiana health centers get $6.8 million in federal funds to expand
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
$488,990; St. Charles Community Health Center Inc. in Luling, $959,150; St. Thomas Community Health Center Inc. in New Orleans, $1 million; and The Teche Action Board in Franklin, $1 million. Two centers in Shreveport and one in Winnfield... Read more
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The Advocate
Louisiana Senate panel advances “ban the box” legislationworried that someone convicted of abusing children might be unwittingly hired t
Louisiana Senate panel advances “ban the box” legislation
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
worried that someone convicted of abusing children might be unwittingly hired to work with children. But Democratic New Orleans Sen. JP Morrell said state law already requires criminal background checks for everyone applying to work near... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Will the mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus be in Rochester this summer?members of the public on the virus. Livingston: 243-7270 Ontario: 396-4343 W
Will the mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus be in Rochester this summer?
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted 2 hours ago
members of the public on the virus. Livingston: 243-7270 Ontario: 396-4343 Wayne: 315-946-5749 Genesee: 344-2580 Orleans: 589-3278 Yates: 315-536-5160 American Red Cross statement "Although surveys administered earlier this year... Read more
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Metro Silicon Valley
Keanuand P's long-time collaborator, director Peter Atencio, wreaks this film out of
Keanu
Metro Silicon Valley / Posted 3 hours ago
and P's long-time collaborator, director Peter Atencio, wreaks this film out of a Los Angeles flavored with bits of New Orleans. A thug team-building session is staged in a graffiti-covered park, where someone has spray-painted the phrase... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Trump is Republican bet; Sanders still aliveEnquirer, which has published previous stories deeply critical of Cruz, said an
Trump is Republican bet; Sanders still alive
Inquirier.net / Posted 3 hours ago
Enquirer, which has published previous stories deeply critical of Cruz, said an Aug. 16, 1963, photograph of Oswald in New Orleans handing out leaflets in support of Fidel Castro shows a young Rafael Cruz nearby. Oswald was killed Nov. 24, 1963,... Read more
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Salon.com
Hunger shouldn’t be a crime: This is what a humane response to food insecurity looks likewill, with the kind of warped sense of right and wrong so deeply entrenched it
Hunger shouldn’t be a crime: This is what a humane response to food insecurity looks like
Salon.com / Posted 3 hours ago
will, with the kind of warped sense of right and wrong so deeply entrenched it inspired “Les Miserables.” Last month in New Orleans, 34 year-old Jacobia Grimes found himself facing 20 years to life for shoplifting $31 worth of candy from a New... Read more
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The Advocate
At a glance: Saints’ second 2nd-round pick, Ohio State safety Vonn Bellcover slot receivers, and he’s got the football smarts to play a little out of
At a glance: Saints’ second 2nd-round pick, Ohio State safety Vonn Bell
The Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
cover slot receivers, and he’s got the football smarts to play a little out of position at strong safety if need be. In New Orleans’ defense, Bell can back up both Kenny Vaccaro and Jairus Byrd and make an instant impact in the nickel. PLAYER... Read more
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The Advocate
Film study: Good instincts, flexibility clearly why Saints coveted Vonn Bell, but one big question aheada bad decision, which was typically the case in the four games reviewed for thi
Film study: Good instincts, flexibility clearly why Saints coveted Vonn Bell, but one big question ahead
The Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
a bad decision, which was typically the case in the four games reviewed for this story. It will take time to know if New Orleans made the right decision by trading up to select Bell in the second round of last week’s draft. He’ll have to prove... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Robber is shortchanged after coming away with only 35 centsNEW ORLEANS (AP) - New Orleans police are investigating an armed robbery of two
Robber is shortchanged after coming away with only 35 cents
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 3 hours ago
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - New Orleans police are investigating an armed robbery of two men where the assailant walked away with only 35 cents. Police say the robbery happened Wednesday morning in the city's Carrollton area. Police said that a 33-year-old... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Frosh big man Quadree Smith leaving Providence Collegeis recruiting several big men who could fill that role, including 6-9 Canadian
Frosh big man Quadree Smith leaving Providence College
The Providence Journal / Posted 3 hours ago
is recruiting several big men who could fill that role, including 6-9 Canadian Kalif Young and 6-9 Khalea Turner of New Orleans. Young is reportedly down to PC or Marquette, while Turner is still considering Memphis and Baylor. PC has one open... Read more
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The Hill
Feds make it easier for students to use dronesto be a significant shot in the arm for innovation,” said FAA Administrator Mic
Feds make it easier for students to use drones
The Hill / Posted 3 hours ago
to be a significant shot in the arm for innovation,” said FAA Administrator Michael Huerta in a speech on Wednesday in New Orleans. A trade group for unmanned vehicle companies praised the announcement. "[Unmanned aerial systems] are an exciting... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Restoration of Pontchartrain Beach beginsNEW ORLEANS - The job of restoring Pontchartrain Beach began kicking in high ge
Restoration of Pontchartrain Beach begins
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 4 hours ago
NEW ORLEANS - The job of restoring Pontchartrain Beach began kicking in high gear Wednesday morning. Closed for more than 30 years, the beach began getting a giant shipment of new sand. Officials said they are getting site ready to be reopened,... Read more
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Pleasanton Express
Supreme Court sends Voter ID case back to Fifth Circuit | May 4, 2016allowed the Texas law to remain in effect. Justice Clarence Thomas, acting on
Supreme Court sends Voter ID case back to Fifth Circuit | May 4, 2016
Pleasanton Express / Posted 4 hours ago
allowed the Texas law to remain in effect. Justice Clarence Thomas, acting on behalf of the high court, ordered the New Orleans-based appellate court to decide Veasey v. Abbott by July 20, well in advance of the November 8 General Election. The... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
NextLevel Chattanooga Ramping Up For StreetWise ‘MBA' Class Of 2016in 2015. The first class of 16 area businesses included: Dr. Thomas Rumph, Asp
NextLevel Chattanooga Ramping Up For StreetWise ‘MBA' Class Of 2016
The Chattanoogan / Posted 4 hours ago
in 2015. The first class of 16 area businesses included: Dr. Thomas Rumph, Aspire Family Dentistry Cherita Adams, Blue Orleans Seafood Restaurant Melinda Bone, Chicken-w-Bones Charles Bass, CIB Enterprises James Rogers, Customer Healthcare,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Police investigate armed robbery in which assailant walked away with 35 centsNEW ORLEANS — New Orleans police are investigating an armed robbery of two men
Police investigate armed robbery in which assailant walked away with 35 cents
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans police are investigating an armed robbery of two men where the assailant walked away with only 35 cents. Police say the robbery happened Wednesday morning in the city's Carrollton area. Police said that a 33-year-old man... Read more
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Southwest Daily News
Searching for Jackson Serice: State chess champ to compete at nationalsothers online from around the world.“Jackson and his dad travel to tournaments
Searching for Jackson Serice: State chess champ to compete at nationals
Southwest Daily News / Posted 4 hours ago
others online from around the world.“Jackson and his dad travel to tournaments all over — Orlando, Nashville, Atlanta, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Dallas, Houston and more,” said Lisa. “He plays students and also plays adults in open tournaments. He... Read more
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