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On Veterans Day, remember New Orleans' homeless vets

A hot meal and a place to sleep: It's the very least America can offer to men and women who've given so much to the country. → Read More

Attack ads are getting personal in the La. Governor's race

Now, the ads are less about policy and more about personality. → Read More

Black and white: Supporters inject race into Louisiana governor runoff

The campaign for Democratic incumbent John Bel Edwards made it clear it's not responsible for the ad by BOLD. → Read More

A sham or the hard truth? We need the facts on impeachment inquiry

Hearing facts for ourselves would be refreshing, because up until this point we've gotten mostly political talking points. → Read More

Screen use among teens has doubled to 7.5 per day, new study says

"When you think about the amount of time you would spend at work or at school, the amount of time you need sleeping, and then add the amount of time you're spending. → Read More

Louisiana Republicans vocal against Trump impeachment inquiry

Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise has been very public about criticizing how Democrats are proceeding with the inquiry. → Read More

Long before the new terminal, MSY was Moisant Field

If opening stays on schedule, the next step for the airport comes Nov. 6 → Read More

Businesses struggle after Hard Rock Hotel collapse

"I think a lot of people are confused right now what's open, what's not open, tourists don't know where actually they can go or where they can't go,” one said. → Read More

Before the collapse, Hard Rock Hotel site housed Civil Rights history

For all the talk of the history, there's now a big question about what's going to happen at that corner at Canal and North Rampart streets. → Read More

There's never been a rescue operation like the Hard Rock Hotel collapse

"They've done a lot of stuff. They haven't done one in the French Quarter in New Orleans." → Read More

Local politics turn national for Louisiana's governor runoff

Now, the outside pressure on the race will only get more intense as Edwards and Rispone head into a runoff. → Read More

Trump rallies Louisiana voters without a favored candidate

Like other GOP members who've visited the state recently, Congressman Scalise won't say if he endorses Eddie Rispone or Ralph Abraham. → Read More

GOP pulls out the big guns for Louisiana governor's race, but won't pick a candidate

Right now, the GOP doesn't seem to care which Republican wins the race → Read More

Police, nonprofits agree: We all need to work together to end juvenile crime

"It's going to take community members, churches, young people and their families, law enforcement and nonprofits like us," → Read More

Verify: The truth about Jefferson Parish's cyanide plant

We verify the claims made in Monday night's Jefferson Parish presidential debate between John Young and Cynthia Lee-Sheng. → Read More

114 Louisiana congress seats up for election on Oct. 12

With most of the focus on the governor's race, many forget just how important state representatives are to voters' day-to-day lives. → Read More

Louisiana's job problem is bigger than just the Governor's office

Real change won't fit conveniently in political ads. → Read More

Old-school and new collide in JP At-Large council race

The outcome of this race could challenge the ideas of traditional campaigning. → Read More

Do you feel safe in your neighborhood? A growing number of New Orleanians say no

The survey found that a lack of manpower is one of the biggest hurdles for the NOPD. → Read More

As vaping-related deaths rise, cause remains a mystery

These deaths have been concentrated in a short period this year, causing local, state and federal leaders to take notice. → Read More