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Release ordered for suspect in Domino’s deliveryman killing

Friday, 31 July 2015 19:57 Written by
When police arrested Michael Portis on April Fool’s Day in the March 24 killing of a Domino’s pizza delivery driver and father of three, New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Michael Harrison credited detectives working “around the clock” to solve Michael Price’s murder. But another clock — the 120 day window for Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro to secure an indictment — just came and went, meaning Portis may soon be a free
State looks to revoke license of care center
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:57 Written by
The state has launched action to revoke the license of a Baton Rouge child center after a complaint that its employees left a child at a restaurant during a field trip, officials said Friday morning. The facility is the Our Blessings Christian Daycare Learning Center, 9835 Old Hammond Highway. Officials of the state Department of Education issued a revocation letter on Wednesday citing 20 deficiencies, and operators have 15 days to appeal. “We
Catholic churches won't oust Boy Scout troops with gay leaders
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:57 Written by
Roman Catholic churches may continue sponsoring Boy Scout troops despite a recent policy change that permits gay troop leaders, Archbishop of New Orleans Gregory Aymond says. His statement echoes one issued Monday by the National Catholic Committee on Scouting. The
Tropical update: Less chance of development of system moving across Atlantic
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:57 Written by
Hurricane forecasters are continuing to monitor a weak area of low pressure several hundred miles west-southwest of the Cape Verde islands, according to the National Hurricane Center's Friday evening tropical weather outlook. Although the system continues to produce showers and
‘Mr. West Bank’ relishes leading the way in his hometown
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:50 Written by
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Keenan Lewis is running for defensive captain of the Saints. Can running for mayor of West Bank be far behind? Actually, that’s not possible. Algiers, Gretna, Marrero, Terrytown, Westwego, Avondale, Bridge City and everything else on that side of the Mississippi all fall under different municipal entities. But you get the idea. Lewis is the lone member of the Saints who is actually a native of New Orleans.
New U.S. judge sought
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:50 Written by
Attention all lawyers with at least five years of experience who are looking for a demanding full-time job that pays $185,012 annually for eight years. The Baton Rouge-based U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana is looking for a new magistrate judge to replace the retiring Stephen Riedlinger. The application deadline is 5 p.m. Aug. 20. Michael McConnell, clerk of court for U.S. District Court, confirmed Friday that Riedlinger is retiring
Lange reels in Corbett Award
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:45 Written by
Alex Lange hasn’t thrown a baseball in six weeks. He’s resting over the summer. And fishing. “Caught a couple of 4 pound bass,” he said. He reeled in another big fish Friday. Lange, LSU’s All-American freshman ace, was named the winner of the James J. Corbett Award, given annually to the state’s amateur male and female athletes. Louisiana-Lafayette softball catcher Lexie Elkins was named the female recipient on Thursday. LSU coach Paul Mainieri
BP oil spill money should stay on the Coast, in AL.com opinion hotsheet
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:40 Written by
About $1 billion of the estimated $2.3 billion BP oil spill settlement is set to go to the state to spend as it sees fit. AL.com cartoonist J.D. Crowe, who lives in Mobile, said that money needs to be spent on the Gulf Coast, not thrown down the General Fund budget black hole. "The Gulf of Mexico oil spill didn't flow up I-65 North to Montgomery, and neither should the BP settlement money," Crowe says.
Family sets up scholarship in honor of late St. Augustine alum
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:40 Written by
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A virtual solution
Friday, 31 July 2015 19:40 Written by
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Garrett Grayson has become the victim of a numbers game during the Saints’ first two practices of training camp. There simply aren’t enough snaps to go around. The New Orleans Saints need to get Drew Brees ready for the start of the season, get a good enough look at Ryan Griffin and Luke McCown to settle the backup battle and somehow find a way to get Grayson enough
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