Less than a week after New Orleans firefighters and their supporters held a memorial for their comrades who died without receiving back pay owed to
New Orleans got a reminder last week about how far the New Orleans Police Department is from being compliant with federal standards for constitutional policing.
By Ryan Whirty Contributing Writer For New Orleans resident Alfred Marshall, the proposed changes to Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 are certainly about providing more construction ... Despite city’s efforts, most school lights are still broken
By Marta Jewson The Lens Four months after The Lens reported that school-zone lights were malfunctioning across the city, more than half are still broken. “That’s unacceptable,” Council-woman LaToya Cantrell said when told ... City-run initiative designed to increase workforce
By Mason Harrison Contributing Writer “If someone knocks you off your chair, that’s on them. But if we come back a week later and you’re still on the ground, then that’s ... NOPD struggling to get a handle on violent crime
With the police force continuing to lose NOPD officers faster than it can replace them and an anticipated spike in the city’s murder rate as temperatures continue to rise, the ... Southern University System awards diplomas to 1,673 graduates in May
The Southern University System graduated 1,673 students from four of its campuses during recently held spring commencement exercises across the state. Graduates came from a number of cities and towns in ... Police shot and killed 83 people in May of 2015
By Frederick H. Lowe Contributing Writer (Special from NorthStar News Today) — Police shot and killed 83 people in May, including shooting to death a 36-year-old man in front of parents, their ... Who held the first Memorial Day celebration?
By Michael W. Twitty Contributing Writer History books credit a Union officer with the idea of a holiday to remember the war dead. But the first people to honor those who died ... U.S. Colored Troop reenactors honor Black Civil War soldiers
Trice-Edney News Wire — Commemorating 150 years since the end of the Civil War, reenactors marched in a Grand Review Parade May 16, to honor the United States Colored Troops. After ...
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