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In Dave Peralta malfeasance probe, no indictment to come Tuesday

Tuesday, 31 March 2015 12:47 Written by
No indictment will come Tuesday (March 31) in the grand jury probe of St. Bernard Parish President Dave Peralta, according to a source close to the case. The jury considering possible conspiracy, witness intimidation, malfeasance in office, and obstruction of
New Orleans' Tonya Boyd-Cannon advances to 'The Voice' live broadcast
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 12:35 Written by
Former Orleans Parish sheriff's deputy Tonya Boyd-Cannon won her "knockout round" on the NBC talent show "The Voice" on Monday (March 30). She is now among the season's top 20 singers who will advance to the show's live broadcasts, which
LSU baseball faces ULL with cleaning up to do | Talkin' Tigers
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:53 Written by
LSU was dangerously close to getting swept at the hands of Kentucky this past weekend, yet the Tigers could just as easily have won all three games themselves. On today's edition of Talkin' Tigers, sports reporter Rachel Whittaker and LSU
My Katrina Story: Chalmette teenager thought, 'I am going to die.'
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:53 Written by
Michael Catalano, now 22, works as the manager for Fat Harry's in Uptown New Orleans. He was 13 and living in Chalmette with his parents, his dog, and two cats when he found out Hurricane Katrina was headed towards Louisiana.
5-star Texas DT Ed Oliver tells site that LSU, Houston are top 2
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:44 Written by
Five-star Texas defensive tackle Ed Oliver made the trip to New Orleans this weekend for the Nike Opening Regional Qualifier on Saturday. The 6-2, 280-pound prospect was sensational once the day's activities started, but before that began he told Scout.com
Napoleon House sold to Ralph Brennan; Impastato family ends 101-year run
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:38 Written by
In 1920, Joseph Impastato paid $14,000 for 500 Chartres St., a building constructed in 1814 as a home for New Orleans Mayor Nicholas Girod. It was, he would later say, the smartest decision he ever made. Six years before, Impastato
List of financially risky colleges to be released, website reports
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:38 Written by
The U.S. Department of Education is preparing to release a list of colleges whose access to federal funds has been restricted because they pose a risk to students and taxpayers, according to Inside Higher Ed. In a message the
9 classic celebrity odes to New Orleans, from de Tocqueville to McConaughey,
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:03 Written by
Roughly a century later after Audubon endured his Crescent City headache, Times-Picayune writer and modern literature master, William Faulkner, who was no stranger to hangovers, wrote an absolutely dreamy description of Jackson Square. "Jackson Square was now a green and quiet
When Mike moves on: LSU student proposes public tomb for Mike the Tiger, newspaper reports
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:03 Written by
What happens when Mike the Tiger makes his last game day trek around Death Valley? An LSU graduate student and Student Government senator wants to ensure we have an answer to that question. According to LSU's student newspaper, The Daily
Section of Girod Street in Mandeville closed for road and drainage improvements
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 11:03 Written by
The intersection of Girod and Claiborne streets in Old Mandeville will remain closed for the next several days while drainage and resurfacing work is done in the area. The work is part of a $501,815 city project to resurface the

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