From the Governor’s office to the Sheriff’s office, change was the name of the game in 2015. Here’s my look back.
Have you seen these photos circulating on social media? Lisa Walley Staggs says she “works at an inner city hospital situated directly across from Charity Hospital.” Charity has been closed since Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, but Staggs says a couple of nights ago as she was leaving work, she glanced over at the building […]
I mentioned this last week on Facebook and Twitter, but forgot to mention it here. In case you missed it, my two stories with former Saint Steve Gleason that WDSU chief photographer Megan Mackel and I shot back in April were honored with an Emmy award in Ft. Lauderdale on December 5. In April, I spent time […]
According to a media release from the New Orleans City Council, the “Monuments Ordinance” will be heard on Thursday by the Committee of the Whole following the regular Council meeting. The Committee of the Whole will convene no earlier than 2:00 p.m. In addition, a Special City Council Meeting will be held at 10:00 a.m. […]
Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro says while he believes in the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment, it should not be a rock that violent criminals can hide behind. “Both locally and nationally we are seeing an increase in gun related violence,” Cannizzaro said. “In New Orleans, the street trade of firearms has become too prolific. […]
New Orleans to Host “Rock n Roll” All-Star Musical Fundraiser for New Orleans Police Department Officer John Passaro on April 17th at Generations Hall NOPD news release: (New Orleans) – Local community leaders are hosting a major fundraising event at Generations Hall on Wednesday, April 17 for NOPD Officer John Passaro who was severely injured […]