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Chris Miller


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Chris:

NOLA council committee today discusses new AirBnB rules

A New Orleans City Council committee meeting today takes up new rules for Air BnBs. The city is trying to strengthen regulations after previous rules were gutted by a federal appeals court. → Read More

Potatoes, lemons, limes out as Metairie St. Patrick's Day throws

The Metairie Road St. Patrick’s Day Parade is making changes this year to what can be thrown from its floats. Out are potatoes, lemons, and limes, amid fears that the produce could be hurled hard enough to hurt someone. → Read More

Cantrell recall organizer's suit to reduce active voter count to resume Tuesday

Today the organizers of the campaign to recall New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell went to court for a hearing on their case against the registrar of voters. → Read More

More than 6K customers without power in St. Bernard, Entergy reports

A power failure has cut electricity for more than 6,000 Entergy customers in St. Bernard Parish. The outages are in Meraux, Violet, Poydras, and areas outside the hurricane protection levee. → Read More

Rex, Zulu, & Argus appear at events along river today

There may only be two parades on the schedule tonight, but there is plenty to do during the day for Lundi Gras. Rez, Zulu, and Argus all have appearances from Kenner to the Aquarium. → Read More

St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper running for reelection

St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper has announced his run for reelection. Slidell Mayor Greg Cromer has also announced his candidacy for St. Tammany Parish President. → Read More

The Saints are back in the 1st round of the draft. Now what?

The New Orleans Saints are back in the first round of the upcoming 2023 NFL draft, after agreeing to let Sean Payton out of his contract to coach the Denver Broncos. → Read More

Mayor Cantrell announces carnival krewes' return to pre-pandemic routes

New Orleans’ Mardi Gras parades will return to their pre-pandemic starting points, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced Monday. → Read More

Too soon to tell if new crimefighting tactics are working, but there's hope

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell says crime appears to be trending down, based on data collected over the first few weeks of the year. But experts point out that is a really small sample size. → Read More

Cantrell recall petition due 4 weeks from today

The petition drive to put a recall of New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell on the ballot is in its final weeks. Political analyst Clancy DuBos has seen plenty of recall attempts but this may be the best-organized → Read More

NOW you can have your king cakes

Just in time to wreck any New Year’s resolutions about dieting, sweets, or weight loss, it’s King’s Day! It is now permissible to eat king cake and not catch a lot of sideways glances. → Read More

2023 starts with higher gas prices, but that should change soon says expert

The cold snap a few days before Christmas caused the increase, with some refineries shutting down right as people were hitting the road for their holiday vacations. AAA spokesman Don Redman says things should quickly get back to normal. → Read More

'Tis the season for job cuts

Happy New Year – we’re going to have to let you go. A lot of workers may be hearing this as 2023 begins. “It’s going to be tough going in 2023,” predicts UNO professor Mark Rosa → Read More

Watch tornado hit JPSO firing range

Among the many buildings in the area damaged by yesterday’s tornadoes was the firing range for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office. The storm Wednesday afternoon peeled the roof from the building in Harvey. → Read More

Councilmember Morrell repeats call to replace NOPD Chief Ferguson

New Orleans City Council Vice President J.P. Morrell on Thursday repeated his desire to see NOPD Superintendent Shaun Ferguson replaced. → Read More

Louisiana gas price lower than a year ago

Gas prices in the New Orleans area have fallen below last year’s prices. AAA’s daily survey of area gas stations shows average prices a few pennies a gallon less than this time a year ago. → Read More

Thanksgiving travel forecast to increase, despite higher gas prices

Even though gasoline is more expensive this Thanksgiving, more people are taking road trips. According to, road travel will increase 20 percent over last year. → Read More

Artemis I bringing New Orleans back to the moon

After a few false starts, the Artemis I mission lifted off this morning, sending an uncrewed Orion capsule around the moon and back. The massive rocket at the core of the Space Launch System was built here in New Orleans, as was the crew capsule. → Read More

House GOP selects Scalise for majority leader, McCarthy up for speaker

The House Republican Caucus today nominated Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California for Speaker of the House, and Whip Steve Scalise for Majority Leader. → Read More

Darius Rucker, Foreigner headline Endymion 2023

The Krewe of Endymion today announced its lineup for its 2023 event. Multi-platinum recording artist and Grammy award winner Darius Rucker will headline the Extravaganza, along with British-American rock band Foreigner. → Read More