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Former Louisiana gubernatorial candidate and state Rep. David Duke was kicked out of Italy this year for holding racist and anti-semitic views.
The fatal shot from a New Orleans police officer's rifle that preceded the burning of a body and allegations of a cover-up, making the name Henry Glover a symbol for heinous NOPD misconduct in Hurricane Katrina's wake, was legally justifiable, a jury found on Wednesday.
The Cenacle Retreat House in Metairie sits on 19-acres of green space, whose subdivision was approved at the Dec. 11 Jefferson Parish Council meeting, toward a potential sale to a developer.
The Bell Choir and Adult Choir of Parkway Presbyterian Church will present its annual Christmas Concert at the church.
Three students at Mount Carmel Academy in New Orleans were chosen for Junior Achievement's new entrepreneur program, The Junior Idea.
An employee of a Metairie department store was arrested Monday after he allegedly stole an iPad by putting it in his pants.
Former New Orleans Police officer Jason Cross, 35, pleaded guilty in federal court on Tuesday to possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute.
The online farmers market Good Eggs began service in New Orleans in summer during what director Tess Monaghan described as a pilot phase, but without any official announcements, it is up and running and recently expanded in a number of ways.
Valerie Norment, 26, was arrested and booked with felony theft. The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office said she stole $25,500 from her employer.
During World War II, the Intracoastal Waterway was dug along the area's southern tier, essentially rendering Eastern New Orleans an island.
A five part series about choosing deliverance by Dr. Kathy Baker and Dr. Theresa Harris, based on Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyers.
A memorial service for former Orleans Parish School Superintendent Anthony Amato will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday at St. Lawrence the Martyr Catholic Church, 2525 Maine Ave., Metairie.
METAIRIE -- The New Orleans Pelicans say guard Tyreke Evans is expected to miss up to two weeks because of his left ankle injury.
A group of Metairie residents gathered in the cold, rainy weather Sunday to protest the selling of the green space at the Metairie Cenacle Retreat House.