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A Denham Springs woman accused of using her bookkeeping business to steal over $500,000 from one of her clients was arrested in New Orleans on Friday.
A man was shot to death Monday on Second Street in Central City, bringing the number of people killed in New Orleans over Labor Day weekend to five and surpassing the total number of homicides recorded by this time last year, authorities said.
"We're starting to turn a corner as it relates to New Orleans becoming a summer destination," said New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation President Mark Romig.
Police are investigating the second fatal shooting of the day. A man died after being shot in Central City Monday.
As George Clooney and Sandra Bullock prepare this fall to shoot the political comedy "Our Brand Is Crisis," in New Orleans, producers are looking for locals interested in appearing as extras in the film.
Meschiya Lake & the Little Big Horns will perform at the Spotted Cat on Frenchmen Street from 6 to 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept.
Former challenger Paul Hollis has sued Democratic U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, contending that she cannot represent Louisiana because she lives full-time in Washington.
A New Orleans man was killed in an early morning, single-vehicle crash on Sunday in West Baton Rouge Parish.
New Orleans police are asking the public's help in identifying two women wanted for stabbing a man in the French Quarter early Thursday morning.
Dancing Grounds will host the first Dance for Social Change Festival that will bring artists, activists and community members together to inspire dialogue and action about key issues confronting New Orleans.
New Orleans police said two men were injured and were being held in connection with a shooting Friday afternoon in the Central Business District.
When Derrius Quarles was looking for a new headquarters for his Chicago-based startup, New Orleans wasn't the only city on his list.
In the past year -- from the eighth anniversary of Katrina to the ninth -- New Orleans and the surrounding area has seen steady improvement.
New Orleans saxophonist Tim Green - an omnipresent player and WWOZ-FM champion - has died.
Surveillance video released by the New Orleans Police Department shows the robbery of the Magnolia Discount Market on Airline Highway, and police are hoping the public can help them identify a suspect, authorities said.
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 04:33 am
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