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Past articles by Katie:

Two deputies hurt, five teens arrested after chase, shootout in Jefferson Parish

JPSO reports that the deputy shot at the suspects and was struck by their vehicle. He was taken to the hospital and is listed in stable condition and is expected to recover. → Read More

Drago's hosts World Cup final watch party

Most Sundays, Drago's is closed, but not when Croatia was playing in the World Cup final. → Read More

Volunteers 'Feed the Multitudes' at 29th annual event in Metairie

The event starts at 10 a.m. and will last until 3 p.m at Victory Fellowship Church in Metairie. → Read More

Tips for staying safe when using fireworks this Fourth of July

Firefighters say the best way to stay safe during the Fourth of July is to leave the fireworks to the experts and watch professional displays. → Read More

Streets flood as heavy rain stalls over Westbank

The heavy rain caused street flooding near the intersection of General Degualle and Kable drives. → Read More

30 new citizens to be sworn in at National World War II Museum

The ceremony starts at 10 a.m. at the Boeing Center at the National World War II Museum. → Read More

U.S. Veterans gather for March of the Dead

"I wear the mask because to me, it helps represent the fact that the costs of war are so deep." → Read More

Where's the streetcar? RTA launches new tracking app

New app will also let riders buy fares and find best routes → Read More

S&WB to give first quarterly report since August Flooding

The meeting begins at 10 a.m. and is open to the public. → Read More

Ways to beat the heat when you're outdoors

"Definitely stay hydrated, stay in the shade. If you dance, take a break 'cause it is really hot. Bring a hand fan, stand by the misters." → Read More

Breast and prostate cancer workshop held in Gentilly

This is the first of three seminars put on by the Benjamin and Yancy Foundation to help teach people about cancer. → Read More

Lawmakers head to third Special Session Monday

Will the House get together and fund the budget? → Read More

Annual festival benefits St. Michael Special School

The festival runs until 10 p.m. at the Harbor Bar and Grill on 17th Street in Metairie. → Read More

Deputies hold active shooter drill at Lakeshore High in Mandeville

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office will be conducting an active shooter drill at 9 a.m. Thursday at Lakeshore High School in Mandeville. → Read More

'I know Justice will be served': Mother of son, 4-year-old granddaughter killed

LAPLACE, La. -- No parent ever wants to be in Angela Walker’s shoes. Tuesday night, someone killed her son, Cameron Mack, and her 4-year-old granddaughter, Cali. “I miss them already,” Walker said. “The most important thing in this world to him was his wife and his children. His girls was his everything.” Cameron and his wife had two children, a 5-year-old and 4-year-old Cali.“They loved their… → Read More

Suspect in fatal causeway crash will go to trial in September

Matte's trial date is set for Sept. 4, 2018. → Read More

Parishes prep for start of hurricane season, Invest 90

"Don't wait until you hear a bad storm is approaching before you think about being prepared," → Read More

Hagar's House offers safe place for homeless mothers on Mother's Day

"They need to be in a safe place, they've got to have safe places like this." → Read More

NOFD, Red Cross team up to install free smoke alarms

If you would like free smoke alarms installed in your home call the NOFD at (504) 658-4714. → Read More

Carnival cruise ship back in N.O. after water main break

"I thought it was very admirable on how they handled it. They didn't try to sweep it under the carpet." → Read More