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Thursday, 26 November 2015 18:33 Written by
Casey Mark Wiltz, 38 of St. Martinville, is behind bars today, accused of shooting and injuring two brothers last night at a St. Martinville intersection, according to the St. Martin Parish Sheriff Office.
Prison system expected to be top priority
Thursday, 26 November 2015 18:28 Written by
The red-meat rhetoric about John Bel Edwards unleashing thousands of “dangerous thugs” upon Louisiana neighborhoods has settled into the campaign dustbin. Now, as the governor-elect moves into transition mode, advocates for criminal justice reform in the state with the nation’s biggest per-capita prison population are hoping he’ll breathe life into their ambitious agenda. Just how aggressive a governor Edwards may be on an issue fraught with political hazards is uncertain. Despite U.S. Sen.
Let there be lights
Thursday, 26 November 2015 18:28 Written by
It started almost 30 years ago with some Christmas trees and some cocktails. Now the annual Celebration in the Oaks in City Park draws more than 165,000 visitors each year for food and libations among a constellation of a half-million dazzling LED lights strung across 25 acres, including the park’s Botanical Garden, Storyland and Carousel Gardens amusement park. “It just kind of grew,” said Amanda Frentz, the park’s media manager. “And every year we add…
Man accused of stabbing parents
Thursday, 26 November 2015 18:28 Written by
From what Reginald McCue can tell, Renita Pritchett is a churchgoing woman. Her husband, Percival Pritchett, did not always go with her, but he always had a smile for his neighbor, McCue. He also would frequently laugh and joke with another neighbor, Arthur. The couple, really, were nice people. That’s why, when McCue heard that the Pritchetts’ son, Ronald Pritchett, was accused of stabbing the pair during a Thanksgiving Eve altercation that led to Percival…
Commission: NOPD officer to get job back
Thursday, 26 November 2015 18:06 Written by
Not all lies by New Orleans police officers are capital offenses, it turns out. A veteran officer who was fired in 2013 after he called in sick so he could sell funnel cakes at a Lundi Gras celebration must be reinstated to the force with back pay because the Police Department failed to prove he violated the department’s “you lie, you die” policy, the city’s Civil Service Commission has ruled. The commission found that department…
White House locked down after man jumps fence, is apprehended Featured
Thursday, 26 November 2015 18:00 Written by
WASHINGTON (AP) — A man draped in an American flag climbed over the fence at the White House on Thursday, prompting a lockdown as the first family celebrated Thanksgiving. The man was immediately apprehended and taken into custody pending criminal charges, the Secret Service said in a statement.
Harahan tries to tackle sewer issues
Thursday, 26 November 2015 17:48 Written by
For years, Harahan’s overburdened sewer system benefited from an illegal fix buried near the intersection of 9th Street and Oak Avenue. At some point, someone — it’s not clear who or when — noticed that the sewer line there passed within a few feet of a storm-drain collection box and connected the two systems, allowing sewage and water to flow into the Mazoue ditch during periods of heavy overflow. In 2014, the state discovered the…
Peat could get shot at left guard soon
Thursday, 26 November 2015 17:40 Written by
Andrus Peat’s future is at tackle. But the top pick of the Saints’ 2015 draft might see some time on the inside soon. Peat, who has played 120 snaps this season at tackle or as a sixth offensive lineman, is in the mix to take over a left guard spot that’s been uncertain of late. “We worked Andrus at guard and tackle last week,” Saints offensive line coach Bret Ingalls said. “He went in late…
5 die in 2 overnight accidents on state roads Featured
Thursday, 26 November 2015 16:39 Written by
Five people died in separate accidents on state roadways in an eight-hour span Wednesday night (Nov. 25) and early Thursday morning. Two motorcyclists collided with an 18-wheeler on State Route 14 shortly after 6 p.m. as the eastbound truck turned left into the lane of the oncoming motorcyclists, according to a Louisiana State Police news release.
Hats and horses on Opening Day at the Fair Grounds: photo gallery Featured
Thursday, 26 November 2015 16:18 Written by
Photos of the fabulous hats and fast horses on the traditional Thanksgiving Opening Day at the Fair Grounds on Thursday, November 26, 2015.
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