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McCray: How to stop the killings

Thursday, 03 September 2015 08:04 Written by
Moviegoers in Lafayette, Louisiana. Two young journalists doing a live television report. A sheriff's deputy with a wife and two children. Related Opinion: Toddler's image shocks usLincoln: Solving the mystery of...Police: Woman falsifies story in manhuntPolice pursue new leads in slaying of...Cupp: Count out Scott Walker?The list of senseless shootings goes on and on, making one fact crystal clear: Guns are too easy to obtain in this country.
The Best of Brees: No. 5 -- Drew breaks Unitas' record with dart to Devery Featured
Thursday, 03 September 2015 08:01 Written by
(The fifth in a series: The Best of Brees: The 9 Greatest Plays in Drew Brees' 9-Year Saints' Tenure, as voted by readers, Saints historians and experts.) The game: vs. San Diego, Week 5, 2012. The play: 40-yard TD pass to Devery Henderson.
GOP candidates weigh in on Kentucky clerk who refuses to issue same-sex marriage licenses Featured
Thursday, 03 September 2015 08:01 Written by
ATLANTA -- The Kentucky clerk who is defying a federal court order to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples is putting Republican presidential contenders on the spot as they try to mollify social conservatives without alienating the majority of Americans who support gay marriage.
Red, blue lights to flash in support of law enforcement
Thursday, 03 September 2015 07:58 Written by
(KSLA) - Bowie County, Texas, and Miller County, Arkansas, authorities will be among members of law enforcement agencies who will turn on their red and blue flashing lights Friday morning in response to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's call for a show of support for law enforcement. "We will line up on the shoulder along I-30 at State Line," Senior Trooper Sylvia Jennings, of the Texas Highway Patrol in Texarkana, Texas, says in a statement. "And…
Remembering Dean Jones and a memorable career -- which all started in New Orleans Featured
Thursday, 03 September 2015 07:55 Written by
For most people, actor Dean Jones, who died Tuesday (Sept. 1) at the age of 84, will most be remembered as the human star of Disney's "Love Bug" movies, and that's entirely fitting. But what many people don't know is that it was decades earlier -- while making a living in New Orleans as a nightclub singer -- that Jones would first get bitten by the showbiz bug.
Que Pasa Fest in New Orleans announces artist for poster Featured
Thursday, 03 September 2015 07:55 Written by
Cervantes Fundación Hispanoamericana de Arte (Cervantes Hispanic-American Arts Foundation) has commissioned Mexican artist Belinda Flores Shinshillas of New Orleans to create this year's official poster for Que Pasa Fest 2015 in October, a festival that celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month in New Orleans.
New Orleans 'clarinet artist' finishing mural in Gretna Featured
Thursday, 03 September 2015 07:55 Written by
If you live or ride around Old Gretna, you've probably been making extra trips lately to follow the progress of the huge mural being painted on the 5th Street wall of the two-story German-American Cultural Center at 517 Huey P.
Expectations for LSU's defensive line, linebackers, including Davon Godchaux, Arden Key : Podcast
Thursday, 03 September 2015 07:45 Written by
The offseason departures of expected returning players such as Maquedius Bain, Clifton Garrett and Trey Lealaimatafao left LSU depth question marks in its defensive front seven. But there's reason to believe the Tigers' optimism in each situation. Davon Godchaux could be poised to take a big step forward after a surprising freshman campaign alongside Christian LaCouture at defensive tackle, where one-time starter Quentin Thomas and former highly touted prospects Greg Gilmore and Frank Herron will…
Deepwater Horizon settlements mean millions for politically connected law firms, website reports
Thursday, 03 September 2015 07:39 Written by
Law firms with political players on their staff stand to take in millions in fees from cities and towns that collected damages from BP to settle claims from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, reports the law industry news site The Louisiana Record.
N.O. Firefighter's battle for back wages heads to City Council Thursday
Thursday, 03 September 2015 07:37 Written by
The New Orleans firefighters union will continue to fight the city for millions of dollars that is owed to firemen during a city council executive session on Thursday. Battle over back wages between city and firefighters... Attorneys for the city and the firefighters union were back in court Tuesday to discuss millions of dollars in back pay that the city still owes hundreds of New Orleans firefighters.
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