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Classic rock blared, tourists swilled drinks and Martin Regan, attorney for suspected Bourbon Street shooter Trung Le, cased the French Quarter on a muggy Thursday afternoon in search of the second gunman in the high-profile June 29 shoot-out that injured nine people and killed 21-year-old Brittany Thomas.

That evening, in a phone interview, Regan said he thought he had found his man: a French Quarter kitchen worker with a record of gun violence and drug possession, who was arrested in April for aggravated assault after he fired at a neighbor during a dispute.

DHH: 9 new cases of West Nile virus
Friday, 29 August 2014 22:50

The Associated Press

Louisiana confirms nine new cases of West Nile virus, bringing this year’s total to 61.

The Department of Health and Hospitals on Friday, in its weekly Arbovirus Surveillance Report, says new infections include five neuroinvasive disease cases — all in East Baton Rouge Parish.

Numbers add up for Les Miles

Friday, 29 August 2014 22:50
Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU head coach Les Miles pumps his fist on the way to Tiger Stadium for LSU
Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- LSU head coach Les Miles pumps his fist on the way to Tiger Stadium for LSU's home opener in this September 2013 Advocate file photo.

BY SCOTT RABALAIS

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Cooper charges may be heard this week

Friday, 29 August 2014 22:50

LAFAYETTE — The Lafayette Parish School Board could meet as early as Wednesday to consider the formal charges against Superintendent Pat Cooper, board president Hunter Beasley said Friday.

The board met in a special meeting Thursday and asked its special counsel, Dennis Blunt to write up formal charges against Cooper based on the findings presented in the attorney’s investigative report of Cooper.

Rivalries in college football are commonly different than in the NFL. But not when the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons meet.

Much of that has

After back-to-back subpar seasons, Brother Martin enters 2014 with high expectations. On Friday, the team looked to justify that.

Jake Broggi engineered an up-tempo, precision-based passing

Helen Cox set the tone with an opening scoring drive as the Cougars knocked off Higgins 17-3 in the final game of the West Bank Optimist

Thomas Jefferson faced John Ehret, Archbishop Shaw battled West Jefferson, and L.W. Higgins lined up against Helen Cox during the Westbank Optimist Club Jamboree at Hoss

A Shinto priest leads Japan
A Shinto priest leads Japan's PM Shinzo Abe during a controversial visit to the Yasukuni war shrine in Tokyo in December 2013.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Japan's PM Shinzo Abe has drawn criticism for a message honoring war criminals
  • His spokesman says the comments were made in a private capacity
  • But Abe cannot call a timeout as leader whenever it suits him, says Jeff Kingston
  • Abe's comments have handed a strategic gift to China and South Korea, Kingston writes
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