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Andy Cunningham


New Orleans, LA, United States

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Past articles by Andy:

Priced out of New Orleans? Life-long New Orleans residents struggle to return home

They were promised a better life after Hurricane Katrina. But for those who returned, they say the Big Easy has become a difficult place to call home. → Read More

Ian Carr discusses journey to running, cross finish line in Jazz Half Marathon

Ian Carr of Kenner discusses his journey to running the Jazz Half Marathon and 5K after he was first to cross the finish line. → Read More

Decoration returned to Uptown home after early morning theft

The incident was caught on security camera by neighbors near a house at Coliseum and Bellecastle → Read More

Study suggests Louisiana coastal communities may not exist in 50 to 100 years

New Orleans and the region is protected by one of the most advanced flood control systems on the planet. But not even that, according to some scientists, will be enough to keep the Gulf of Mexico at bay forever. → Read More

Many parishes move trick-or-treating to Friday due to weather

Several Louisiana parishes are moving trick-or-treating to Friday instead of Halloween due to inclement weather approaching. → Read More

Plaquemines Parish suffering from debt, 200 jobs on the line

Close to 200 jobs could be on the chipping block in Plaquemines Parish. The former parish president and current council member in District 2, Benny Rouselle, said the issue is because the parish is sinking deeper into debt and there are few options left. → Read More

5 French Quarter strip clubs charged with drugs, prostitution, lewd acts

Five French Quarter strip clubs on Bourbon Street were charged Tuesday on multiple counts of prostitution, drugs and lewd acts. → Read More

Measure to ease congestion on New Orleans' expressways moving forward

One recent study reveals New Orleans drivers spend almost two full days behind the wheel sitting in traffic, every year. → Read More

Measure to ease congestion on New Orleans' expressways moving forward

One recent study reveals New Orleans drivers spend almost two full days behind the wheel sitting in traffic, every year. → Read More

6 months later: Support grows for smoke-free NOLA

According to state health officials, the ban has largely been a success and support is growing. → Read More

Another legal battle brews between Eastover property owners, developer

Another legal battle is brewing between Eastover Property owners and a big-time developer. → Read More

Suspicious item grounds Southwest Airlines flight at Louis Armstrong Int'l Airport

A suspicious item was found on a Southwest Airlines plane at the Louis Armstrong International Airport, officials with the airline told WDSU. → Read More

Officer in Holloway case indicted

A spokesman for the New Orleans district attorney says a police officer arrested earlier this year as part of an investigation into the shooting death of another officer has been indicted. → Read More

Updates Coming Tomorrow in fatal Hammond plane crash

FAA and NTSB will be on the scene tomorrow morning → Read More

Two dead after small plane crashes at Hammond airport

Two people are dead after a small plane crashed at the Hammond Northshore Regional Airport on Wednesday. → Read More

Man sought in rape of 4-year-old child

Jefferson Parish deputies want to locate a 27-year-old rape suspect who may be attempting to leave the area. → Read More

Neighbors come out to fight crime at National Night Out

National Night Out Against Crime events held on both sides of the lake. → Read More

People gather across city, metro for night out against crime

As it has in years past, St. Roch Park hosted one of the largest events in the New Orleans area for National Night Out Against Crime. → Read More

Education leaders release preliminary Common Core results

Education leaders released preliminary Common Core results on Monday. → Read More

Prudhomme, Louisiana chef who popularized Cajun food, dies

Paul Prudhomme, the Cajun who popularized spicy Louisiana cuisine and became one of the first American restaurant chefs to achieve worldwide fame, died Thursday. He was 75. → Read More