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Chris McCrory


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Recent articles by Chris:

State trooper killed during pursuit will be laid to rest Thursday

While his memorial service is private, the public will be able to view the procession as it passes. → Read More

Report: Chalmette woman rescued, 2 New Orleans men still missing off Alabama coast

Monday morning, a search began for two more missing swimmers: Ryan Guy and Darius Robinson. Both are 28 and from New Orleans. → Read More

12 coronavirus deaths reported, the smallest increase since March

At least 22,608 of the state's coronavirus patients are presumed to have recovered. → Read More

Report: Baton Rouge deputy shot during traffic stop, suspect flees into woods

The unidentified gunman crashed while firing at the deputy and fled into the woods near Kendalwood Road. According to WBRZ, he continued to fire shots as he ran. → Read More

Elementary school burglary suspect IDed as Mississippi man, warrant issued in Lafourche Parish

The burglar stole computers and various other school supplies while the school was vacant because of the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

123 patients on ventilators, new coronavirus numbers show

In total, 34,117 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Louisiana -- a relatively small jump of 280 from Friday. → Read More

St. Charles Parish declares state of emergency for heavy rain, flooding

On the Northshore, some residents had to be rescued from their homes and washed-away vehicles because of high water. → Read More

Number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients drops to lowest point since March, new numbers show

In the past several weeks, confirmed case increases of a few hundred per day have been the norm. → Read More

Police arrest 2nd suspect in triple-shooting that killed man, 3-year-old in Algiers, 3rd wanted

All three suspects face charges of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. Two face an additional kidnapping charge. → Read More

Man killed, juvenile victim injured in Algiers shooting

An adult male victim and a juvenile victim were both shot. The adult died from his injuries. The child's status was not released by the NOPD Monday night. → Read More

One arrested for shooting 80-year-old man with pellet gun, other suspect still at large

Charles Keon Fix, 20, was arrested Monday. Investigators are still looking for 22-year-old Austin Landry. → Read More

Will Louisiana start reopening next weekend? Gov. Edwards expected to make a decision Monday

The governor's stay at home order expires on May 15 unless he extends it. → Read More

Small coronavirus update Sunday has good news: fewer deaths, hospitalized patients

Edwards said he would announce Monday whether he would allow his statewide stay at home order to expire on May 15 or extend it again. → Read More

Man dies after being shot in abdomen in Algiers

The victim was transported to the hospital, where he died from his injuries. → Read More

40 new coronavirus deaths as hospitalizations, patients on ventilators stay the same

The week has been a good one for Louisiana's coronavirus outlook, with Friday bringing the second-largest improvement in hospital capacity since April 18. → Read More

Registered Alabama sex offender escapes second Louisiana pursuit in New Orleans after St. John Parish crime spree

Aaron Dun is still at large, according to the St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office. → Read More

House gutted by flames in Harvey after reports of lightning strike

Because the fire had already consumed so much of the building, fire crews were forced to spray water from the outside for 90 minutes before being able to enter. → Read More

Here's how Louisiana contact tracing would work under Edwards' plan

Contact tracing is especially important in Louisiana, which is expected to begin a slow reopening after initially being one of the hardest-hit states in the country → Read More

Edwards: a child under 10 has died from COVID-19

This is the second death of somebody under 18 in the state. → Read More

New Orleans sanitation workers demand better protection, hazard pay

It's unclear as of Tuesday night how many were involved in the protest or how many homes' waste services were affected. → Read More