By Fritz Esker Contributing Writer On January 3, Gary D. Maynard, compliance director of the Orleans Parish jail, submitted a plan to improve the facility
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Despite efforts to curb violent crime, homicides rose in both Orleans and Jefferson parishes in 2016.
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To become a Rhodes Scholar, a student must be of “high academic achievement, have an integrity of character, a spirit of unselfishness, respect for others, potential for leadership and physical ... Community at odds over proposed power plant
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By Susan Buchanan Contributing Writer Earlier this month, the United Nations warned that the world’s climate refugees will swell if more isn’t done to reduce greenhouse gas emissions soon. As the earth ... Bayou Classic a hot ticket but has its challenges
Widely known as the premier Black college sporting event, the Bayou Classic is a highly anticipated rivalry between the Grambling State University Tigers and Southern University Jaguars, encompassing a weeklong ... Anti-Trump demonstrations held in N.O. and across the U.S.
A day after GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump shocked the nation and the world by defeating Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to capture the White House, a series of demonstrations ... Last ex-cop in Danziger Bridge case pleads guilty to lesser charge
Gerard Dugue, a former New Orleans Police Department sergeant convicted in 2011 in the high-profile, post-Katrina Danziger Bridge shooting case, appeared in federal court Friday, Nov. 4, to change his ...
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