3 hrs ago
Arrest made in River Ridge hit-and-run that seriously injured female pedestrian
Jeanette McFarland, 52, was arrested and booked with DWI, hit-and-run involving serious injury or fatality, first-degree vehicular negligent injury and several other charges stemming from a hit-and-run crash on Tuesday that seriously injured an unidentified female pedestrian.
7 hrs ago
Convicted sex offender, former Kenner Police officer arrested, accused of logging onto social networking website
Robert Longo, 54, was arrested and booked with violating a state law that bars sex offenders convicted of possession of juvenile pornography from using social networking websites.
7 hrs ago
Kenner close to building new food bank, but Councilman Greg Carroll questions funding
For the past three years, Kenner has run its food bank for low-income residents out of a former firehouse built in 1961.
8 hrs ago
A fire doesn't stop Kenner recycling services
A little fire can't hurt Kenner 's recycling program. A fire started overnight at the recycling drop-off location at 38th street between Williams Boulevard and Martinique Avenue, according to a Kenner news release.
9 hrs ago
Kenner middle school to get new principal
Theodore Roosevelt Middle School is getting a new principal. John Olson, former principal of Mildred S. Harris Elementary in Bridge City, will manage the Kenner school in the 2014-15 academic year that starts next month.
14 hrs ago
Lagniappe Classic Dog Show returns to Pontchartrain Center in Kenner
The dog days of summer are here, so stay cool with the dogs at the Lagniappe Classic Dog Show on July 31 through Aug. 3 at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner.
15 hrs ago
Muslim celebration in Kenner to focus on gratitude
Darul Aman , 2113 38th St., Kenner, will host a celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr, Islam's second largest holiday, marking the end of the month of fasting, on July 29, with a program at 10 a.m. and lunch at noon.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
'Hercules' trying to muscle its way to the top of weekend box office
Dwayne Johnson gets what he has called his dream role in "Hercules," director Brett Ratner's take on the iconic legend.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
WDSU-TV New Orleans
Upper Low Caused Storms To Pop Today
A stationary front, upper low and daytime heating caused storms to pop today. We'll have some more storms tomorrow with highs near to the low 90s.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Alternative school keeps students on track, even in summer months
Koran Blackman, 17, was in the popular crowd at his old school, Bonnabel Magnet Academy High in Kenner.
Naim offers support and socializing for widows and widowers
For many years, Linda Caiazzo of Kenner and Bess Theriot of Metairie rode together to participate in the New Orleans Naim chapter.
Lawsuits charge discrimination by ATC commissioner
A federal racial discrimination lawsuit against Alcohol and Tobacco Control Commissioner Troy Hebert and the ATC office alleges he made working conditions so bad that employees had to take medical leave and had to quit.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
WWL-TV New Orleans
Large protests planned against abortion clinics in Louisiana
And while the group promises the gatherings will be calm, both police and pro-abortion groups say plans are in place to insure safety for patients.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Kenner Police Chief Concerned About Illegal Border Crossings
Kenner's new police chief, Michael Glaser, says he's concerned about illegal border crossings, especially in light of the news that a suspect in a murder in Metairie last Sunday crossed the U.S.-Mexican border with children illegally last June.
Kenner Rotary Club honors member of the year
Paul Prokop was named the Rotarian of the Year by the Kenner Rotary Club for his leadership and service to the club.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
One year later: Memories of Ahlittia North haunt relatives;...
A photo of Ahlittia North, 6, greets mourners in the foyer of the Christian Assembly Church, Monday, July 22, 2013 where her funeral was held.
Harahan Council to consider $13,700 increase of property taxes
The Harahan City Council, pictured here, will vote on an increase to city property taxes on August 21. (Adriane Quinlan, NOLA.com On Thursday, the Harahan City Council will review a proposal to roll-forward property taxes in 2015, to generate an additional $13,700 dollars citywide.
Metairie man pleads guilty to negligent injury in car wreck that led to victim's death
Robert Soileau, 50, has pleaded guilty causing Jack Nichols' injuries in a Metairie car wreck two years ago.
32 Years After Plane Crash, 'Miracle Baby' Missy Trahan Is a Mom
Melissa "Missy" Trahan was just 16 months old when she was rescued from the rubble of Pan Am Flight 759 in Kenner, Louisiana, on July 9, 1982.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
NOPD preparing for anti-abortion protests planned in Uptown this weekend, website reports
The New Orleans Police Department's 2nd District is gearing up for a series of anti-abortion protests planned throughout the Uptown area this weekend, the Uptown Messenger reported Monday .