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Past articles by Jaclyn:

Handicapped fan says Superdome's renovations causes safety issues, inconvenience

Saints fan and family say new renovations are a safety issue for them. → Read More

Jindal launches investigation into Planned Parenthood

NEW ORLEANS - Governor Bobby Jindal is launching a state investigation into allegations against Planned Parenthood, adding to the investigations → Read More

Locals lobbying for Pope Francis visit for Katrina anniversary

As the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, some are hoping to make the commemoration even more special with a visit from the pope. → Read More

Possible malnourished horses raise concerns of animal cruelty

Emaciated horses are raising big concerns about possible animal cruelty in one Lower Algiers community. → Read More

Renewed concerns after deadly French Quarter shooting

NEW ORLEANS - A fatal, overnight shooting has renewed concerns about violence in the French Quarter. New Orleans police say one man is dead and → Read More

New questions raised about N.O. East teen's death

NEW ORLEANS -- It's been one month since police found 16-year-old Kaylan Ward's dismembered body on Interstate 10 in New Orleans East. There have → Read More

NOPD investigates 2 incidents where intruder snuck into bedroom

NEW ORLEANS - For the second time in less than a month, an Uptown woman has woken up to find an intruder in her bedroom. The latest incident → Read More

Family wants answers in young woman's murder

Firefighters discovered a loving mother shot inside the trunk of her car after someone set fire to it in New Orleans East on Sunday morning. → Read More

Local church honors slain church victims

NEW ORLEANS- St. Luke's Episcopal Church in New Orleans is tackling the issue of race relations head on. In the wake of the shooting that claimed → Read More

Pastor wants Jefferson Davis memorial taken down

NEW ORLEANS - Is it time for New Orleans to reconsider its confederate monuments and symbols? It is a question Mayor Mitch Landrieu and other city → Read More

Family wants to know how suspect got gun into cruiser

Officer Daryle Holloway's family is left with mixed emotions as answers about his death lead to more questions. → Read More

City steps up parking enforcement even as construction limits spaces

NEW ORLEANS – With any major construction project, there are bound to be some parking issues, but people living along St. Claude Avenue say when work → Read More

JPAS finally opens new performing arts building

Jefferson Performing Arts Society officials opened the doors to a brand new Jefferson Performing Arts Center on Friday. It certainly → Read More

Lawmakers lessen pot possession penalties

NEW ORLEANS - The state's penalties for marijuana possession are among the harshest in the nation, but last week lawmakers passed a bill that will → Read More

Despite similarities, police say no evidence death of young women related

Police say that so far there is no evidence connecting the deaths of two young women found dead on I-10 this week. → Read More

Dozens of New Orleans school board employees to be let go

Dozens of Orleans Parish School Board employees could soon be out of work. The entire administrative staff received letters this week. → Read More

Family wants answers in teen's mysterious death

NEW ORLEANS – Hundreds gather in New Orleans East for a candlelight vigil for 16-year-old Kaylan Ward on Tuesday. Last Thursday, police found the → Read More

Some restaurants close as industry booms

NEW ORELANS - Zea's Rotissorie and Grill is the latest well-known local eatery to announce its closing one of its locations. After 10 years on St. → Read More

Taxi industry concerned about city's new cab fare increase

NEW ORLEANS - If you hail a cab, be prepared for a little sticker shock! On Thursday, city council members voted unanimously to increase taxi fares → Read More

Paralyzed JPSO deputy gifted wheelchair-accessible van

An on-duty crash left Jefferson Parish Deputy Jaron Fountain almost totally paralyzed, and since then his brothers in uniform have rallied around him, raising funds to get Fountain a wheelchair accessible van he so desperately needed. → Read More