By Allana Barefield Contributing Writer The stadium was crowded. Fans were screaming at the top of their lungs rooting for the players on the field.
By Darcie Ortique Contributing Writer Halloween, homecoming, and winter formals are staples of the holiday season and the desire to dress up is one that
[caption id="attachment_20232" align="alignright" width="660"] The Emerging Voices group includes from left: Allendra Freeman, Jason Foster, Eritria Pitts, Opeyemi Olukemi, Chloe Walters-Wallace, program director; Stephanie Allain, Yvonne Welbon, Kenna J. Moore, ... NOPD takes heat for slow response times
The undermanned New Orleans Police Department is again being criticized for slow response times to calls for assistance. Not only are NOPD response times long, but records show that those ... RSD scraps plans to move Cohen to Booker T. Washington site
By Della Hasselle Contributing Writer It was once called an “ulcer” in the middle of New Orleans. Until the 1930s, the Silver City Dump operated as the second-largest landfill in New Orleans, collecting ... Ex-cop pleads guilty to discarding evidence in killing of fellow officer
A former NOPD officer pleaded guilty Oct. 16 to charges that he attempted to cover up shoddy police work during the investigation into the murder of fellow officer Daryle Holloway ... NOPD tries walk-in testing for recruits
Becoming a law enforcement officer is a long and arduous process. Here in New Orleans, police recruits undergo a lengthy series of rigorous training activities and testing in the hope ... Group calls DOJ ‘impotent’ for failing to protect Black churches
The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI), a faith-based coalition of 34,000 churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7 million African Americans said last week that it is saddened to see ... Area ministers blast city administration for ‘lack of racial sensitivity, inclusion’
By Ryan Whirty Contributing Writer As Pastor Tom Watson continued to speak in front of the historic Algiers Courthouse Tuesday morning, his voice gradually rose in gravitas and passion, and the minister ... Mayor’s budget restores staffing citywide, anticipates council will roll taxes forward
By Charles Maldonado The Lens Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s 2016 budget proposal unveiled Thursday includes more than 200 additional full-time city jobs, the most significant proposed increase during his administration, which has largely ...
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