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Aubry Killion


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Recent articles by Aubry:

Covington burned bodies suspect criminal history

Antonio Tyson was recently released from Rayburn Correctional Facility prison after pleading guilty in 1993 to one count of forcible rape, one count of armed robbery and one count of burglary. → Read More

New Orleans Linda Frickey headstone placed

Following a WDSU Investigation, a Good Samaritan stepped up and paid for Linda Frickey's family to purchase a headstone. → Read More

New Orleans mayor Amsterdam travel

WDSU Investigates requested all travel documents for city employees who attended the trip. → Read More

Lafourche deadly intersection safety upgrades

Deadly Lafourche intersection will see change after WDSU investigation → Read More

Slidell teen Christian Tullis organ donation

Christian Tullis, 16, was a standout athlete at Pope John Paul II High School. His family said he loved volleyball the most and wanted to play in college. → Read More

Seacor Power rescue investigation

James "Tracy" Wallingsford knew the Seacor Power well and even helped other crewmembers get to safety. He died waiting to be rescued, and his family is now demanding change. → Read More

New Orleans OIG report former JJIC director Kyshun Webster

The OIG accused Kyshun Webster in its recent report published Tuesday morning of neglecting his duty at the Juvenile Justice Center by being absent from work and neglecting his responsibilities. → Read More

New Orleans McDonalds armed robbery mother daughter 911 call

When she went to call 911, a comforting voice was on the other line -- her mother. → Read More

JPSO investigating after expensive tool stolen from home of family fighting to rebuild

JPSO investigating after expensive tool stolen from home of family fighting to rebuild → Read More

Bridge City Center youths moved to Angola

Sources tell WDSU that 10 inmates were moved to the new facility at Angola youths deemed to be the most troubled. → Read More

SWB employee accused of threatening city employee

The New Orleans Office of Inspector General said this started after tickets were issued this year in the 600 block of Saint Joseph Street, which is near the SWB agency. → Read More

Livingston Parish inmate denied necessary medical device, family says

A Livingston Parish family says their loved one, who was in jail at the time of his death, died after not being permitted to use a necessary medical device for brain cancer. → Read More

Bridge City Youth Angola plan decision extension

Court records show that an extension was filed for the decision on that move for Oct. 4th. → Read More

Families of workers on board Seacor wait for justice

There were 19 people on the Seacor Power ship when it capsized after venturing out into stormy conditions on April 13, 2021. → Read More

Former JJIC director offered to resign in January, resigns in April after 8 paid weeks off

Webster said Cantrell allowed him to stay until April. He told WDSU he went on leave and took approximately eight paid weeks off before resigning. → Read More

Former Juvenile Justice Center Director consulting work questioned

Kyshun Webster, the former Juvenile Justice director for the city of New Orleans, did a few weeks of consulting work for Orleans Parish Sheriff Susan Hutson. → Read More

Louisiana boy who lost his toys in Ida has message one year later

Pennington Hebert stole Southeast Louisiana's hearts after he lost all his toys in Hurricane Ida. Hear his message to others one year later. → Read More

New Orleans LaToya Cantrell recall petition filed

Cantrell spokesperson defends mayor's commitment to New Orleans → Read More

Five stabbings reported at Orleans Justice Center

OJC confirmed four stabbing incidents happened at the jail over the course of eight days. → Read More

“The mayor is working 24 hours a day 7 days a week to solve the problems of the city,” Cantrell spokesperson

Cantrell spokesperson defends mayor's commitment to New Orleans → Read More