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Past articles by Kevin:

St. John the Baptist Parish sets curfew due to 'alarming' rise in COVID-19 cases

The sheriff said essential workers are exempt from the curfew and can travel to and from work during the curfew hours. → Read More

Bonnet Carré Spillway could be opened soon as river forecast spikes

Spokesperson Rickey Boyett said Tuesday that the National Weather Service's forecast for the river "changed significantly overnight." → Read More

Diabetes tops underlying conditions related to Louisiana COVID-19 deaths

The Louisiana Department of Health released new data Friday listing the underlying conditions among COVID-19 related deaths. → Read More

Surgeon General: New Orleans 'will have a worse week next week'

Adams again reiterated the importance of social distancing and avoiding unnecessary travel so the healthcare capacity is not overwhelmed. → Read More

17-year-old from New Orleans dies from coronavirus disease

The teen's death is the first death reported in Louisiana under the age of 36. → Read More

491 people now hospitalized in Louisiana for COVID-19

The Louisiana Department of Health says 163 of those patients require ventilation. → Read More

Louisiana averaged 1 death every 2 hours from coronavirus Monday

As of Tuesday, March 24, Louisiana reports that 46 people have died from the disease. → Read More

242 people hospitalized in Louisiana due to coronavirus

The report says there have been zero confirmed recoveries in Louisiana at this time. → Read More

226 new coronavirus cases reported in Louisiana Saturday

The spike in cases is not unexpected. Last week, Gov. John Bel Edwards said a surge of reported cases was likely as more test results return from labs. → Read More

26 parishes in Louisiana now have coronavirus cases

The Louisiana Department of Health says 26 of the state's 64 parishes have now reported at least one positive case of COVID-19, an increase from 17 Wednesday. → Read More

Governor: If we don't stop the spread, Louisiana on pace for worst case scenario

"If we are not going to look like Italy in 10 days or two weeks, it will only be because of these mitigation measures," Edwards said. → Read More

Coronavirus: Louisiana halts public gatherings with more than 250 people

No deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in Louisiana at this time. → Read More

How to tell if you have COVID-19, the Flu or just allergies

Older people and people with underlying health conditions including heart disease, lung disease or cancer seem to be at greater risk of serious illness. → Read More

Louisiana Coronavirus Outbreak Interactive Map

Louisiana residents living in four parishes have tested positive for the disease, and three of those parishes are in southeast Louisiana. → Read More

Louisiana expands testing for COVID-19 as outbreak grows

The health department said it is testing three groups of people, following guidelines from the Center for Disease Control: → Read More

Coronavirus: What is a presumptive positive case of COVID-19?

As more areas across the United States report new confirmed cases of the coronavirus, the phrase "presumptive positive" has caused confusion for some readers. → Read More

Bill would rename I-12 bridge after late St. Tammany President Pat Brister

Brister died in February from cancer. She was a longtime figure in St. Tammany Parish and the state’s Republican Party politics. → Read More

How to register to vote for the Louisiana 2020 Presidential Primary

The deadline to register to vote online for Louisiana's 2020 presidential primary is March 14, 2020. → Read More

Voter Guide: Louisiana 2020 Presidential Primary

Voters across Louisiana will go to the polls on April 4 to cast their ballot in either the Democratic or Republican presidential primaries. → Read More

NOPD chief defends tandem-float ban: 'It was the right decision'

Ferguson stressed that the new rule is temporary and will only last through the remainder of the Carnival season. → Read More