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Caresse Jackman

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New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Caresse:

School in mourning after teacher killed in Plaquemines Parish car crash

The accident happened shortly before 7 a.m. Monday morning on LA 39 near Marc's Lane. → Read More

The Forgotten East: The Future

Travel to New Orleans East and you hear a common theme: The city does not care. We feel forgotten. → Read More

The Forgotten East: The Youth

Travel to New Orleans East and you hear a common theme: The city does not care. We feel forgotten. → Read More

The Forgotten East: Crime

Travel to New Orleans East and you hear a common theme: The city does not care. We feel forgotten. → Read More

The Forgotten East: Blight

Travel to New Orleans East and you hear a common theme: The city does not care. We feel forgotten. → Read More

15 undocumented immigrants arrested in St. Charles Parish

Border Patrol officials called it "a beautiful example of... working together to ensure national security." Advocacy groups disagree, however. → Read More

Airport officials confident terminal will open mid-fall, call sewage repairs 'minor'

There have been more than 100 breaks in sewage pipes under the terminal → Read More

Father says daughter's walk to bus stop forces her to cross busy, unsafe streets

"I’ll take my daughter out of that school. I don’t care charter or whatever. I’m not gonna have her walk that far! And I’m fed up with it!” → Read More

How to apply for an 'Age Freeze' after New Orleans' property assessment

Right now, property owners who are 65 or older by December 31, 2019 can apply for an “Age Freeze,” a special assessment level for their homes, until Aug. 22. → Read More

Louisiana clergy abuse survivors demand more from state, AG

Survivors say they want not just Catholics, but Louisianans to demand the Attorney General’s office create a statewide hotline to report clergy sex crimes. → Read More

Mother with full-time job says she can't afford rent in New Orleans, now lives in hotel room

'I’m just tired of working so hard and I can’t get nowhere.' → Read More

Accused of domestic violence, Ex-Senator Troy Brown is running for his old seat

Brown, who served as a state senator for District 2, resigned in February 2017 after pleading no contest to two separate cases of domestic violence. → Read More

New Orleans barber setting Guinness World Record for 'Most Free Back-To-School Haircuts'

Brandus Mercadel, known as Fatt da Barber, has been giving free back-to-school cuts for years. Now, he's trying to start and set the world record for it. → Read More

Growing Royal Street pothole can't be fixed because of river height, officials say

“My car was hit and costs about $6,000 worth of damage. From someone who tried to go around it. Of course that person was not found," one resident said. → Read More

Transparency or Talk? St. Tammany creates open government portal for residents

Some residents in St. Tammany, however, remain skeptical → Read More

People fear they'll have to leave New Orleans after new property assessment skyrockets home values

Assessor Errol Williams says it’s important for property owners who feel their assessment increase is wrong to bring it to his office's attention. → Read More

Local leaders taking precautions following State Emergency Declaration following cyber attack

In the greater New Orleans area, no cases have been reported, but leaders are taking precautions. → Read More

Punishing parents for their child's crime doesn't help, advocate says

Improper supervision of a minor by a parent or guardian carries a fine of up to $250 per offense and up to 30 days in prison. → Read More

'I don't know how it got out of hand': St. John Volunteer FD stations need major repairs

“We still have a long way to go, but, we’re getting there." → Read More

Memorial for slain civil rights activist draws many; murder suspect in jail

“She let her work speak for her. When you look at this crowd, the number of people out here today, do you hear Sadie? Listen! Don't you hear her?" a pastor said. → Read More