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Saturday's day parades will start rolling at 12:30 p.m. — a half hour earlier than scheduled — and the evening parades will immediately follow because of the threat of rain this evening, New Orleans officials said. (image via National Weather Service). The Krewe of Pontchartrain will begin at 12:30 p.m., ...
Boil advisory to last at least another 24 hours in New Orleans, officials say. Updated January 19, 2018 at 10:19 PM ; Posted January 19, 2018 at 3:17 PM. Water-sample testing has begun as part of the first step to determine whether the city's boild advisory can be lifted. ((File photo by Ted Jackson, NOLA.com | The ...

I know it's more ice than snow but Mid-City is turning into a winter wonderland! #SNOLA pic.twitter.com/Z8VaieIcbs. — Carolyn “Carnival Time” Scofield (@NewsCarolyn) January 17, 2018. The freezing weather that covered much of New Orleans in a thin layer of crunchy ice overnight continued ...
A low-barrier shelter in the former VA hospital on Perdido Street is expected to open in April. As New Orleans prepares to implement a freeze plan that demands the city's four homeless shelters open their doors to anyone on the streets, officials announced construction of a low-barrier shelter at the former ...
With temperatures expected to dip below freezing at several points over the long holiday weekend, New Orleans officials on Friday activated the city's freeze plan while urging residents to take caution. While Friday's announcement came with familiar warnings, such as bringing pets and plants inside and ...
With Carnival season around the corner, New Orleans officials have green-lit the installation of 250 surveillance cameras across the city — part of a $40 million security plan announced by Mayor Mitch Landrieu last year. Related Stories. Warrant Clinic May Have Saved City of New Orleans $1 Million-Plus ...

In New Orleans officials didn't seem too bent out of shape by the billboards. Mark Romig, who heads the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation, said Mobile has a “great history of Mardi Gras” and the two cities have “probably learned from each other over the years.” He did note that the New Orleans' ...
One of the big discussions involved early setups for parades. People in Uptown neighborhoods spotted Mardi Gras ladders set up and chained on St. Charles Avenue. Advertisement. In Tuesday's press conference, a Parks and Parkways spokesperson said all ladders and set ups placed on routes will be ...
New Orleans' Department of Parks and Parkways will begin “constant sweeps” rounding up and throwing away tarps, tents and other personal effects left on neutral grounds and green spaces more than 24 hours before parades begin. City workers will not be cataloging what they collect, only trashing them.
New Orleans officials are trying to work a land swap between the city-owned Public Belt Railroad and the Port of New Orleans to create ...
New Orleans officials are urging residents and businesses to clear any debris that could clog the openings of storm drains this weekend, when ...
Superintendent of Police Michael Harrison, center, during a press conference at police headquarters in New Orleans on Sunday, June 4, 2017.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and other city officials held a press conference Saturday afternoon (Oct. 7) to provide an update on the ...
New Orleans officials say they have the funding needed to move forward with a plan to connect the Canal Street Ferry Terminal to the ferry ...
Mayor Mitch Landrieu held a news conference Thursday to discuss preparations for the tropical system moving toward the Gulf of Mexico.
New Orleans officials reported the second detection of the West Nile virus within the city this year. So far, there have been no reports of the virus ...
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, joined by other officials, provides an update on the preparedness activities for the city before the arrival of ...

New Orleans officials detailed their preparations Thursday morning (Aug. 24) ahead of Tropical Storm Harvey's anticipated arrival on the ...
Flooded cars are cleared from Orleans Avenue at Broad Street in Mid City Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017, after a deluge in the New Orleans area on ...
Wednesday, City of New Orleans officials laid out an action plan to fight the opioid epidemic. NOPD will soon be able to administer Narcan to ...
NEW ORLEANS — Officials say a woman injured in a New Orleans house fire has died. New Orleans firefighters said in a statement the ...
New Orleans officials say tests from water samples across the city show there are no dangerous contaminants in the water. It comes after a ...
New Orleans officials hope the $1 billion expansion and new terminal project is completed next year. The project broke ground early last year.
New Orleans officials are moving forward with a proposal to have off-duty and reserve police officers working for a private company respond to ...
... rain from Tropical Storm Harvey continues, New Orleans officials say ... of rain to the city over the coming week, New Orleans officials said.
New Orleans officials remained on guard Saturday as Tropical Storm Harvey continued to wreak havoc over southeast Texas, claiming at least ...
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, joined by other officials, provides an update on the preparedness activities for the city before the arrival of ...
New Orleans officials detailed their preparations Thursday morning (Aug. 24) ahead of Tropical Storm Harvey's anticipated arrival on the ...
Officials with Mayor Mitch Landrieu's office disputed Wednesday (Aug. 23) the description of a plan that would prioritize evacuating flood-prone ...
The shocking order was reminiscent of one issued in 2005 by New Orleans officials in the days following Hurricane Katrina, confiscating private ...
New Orleans officials can begin the process of removing the statues of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee at Lee Circle, Confederate President Jefferson Davis in Mid-City and the Confederate Gen.
Two Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office deputies who fatally shot Eric Harris after a chase from the West Bank to New Orleans' Central City last year will not face criminal charges in connection with his death, law enforcement officials and the attorney ...
Looking at the effect that President Donald Trump's proposed budget would potentially have on New Orleans, where federal programs set for the chopping block support housing, social services, transportation and other needs, Deputy Mayor Ryan Berni had ...
PREVIOUS: New Orleans officials want Bourbon Street bars to close doors at 3 a.m. · According to WVUE-TV in New Orleans the ones breathing a sigh of relief this week are the business owners who depend on the party going on and on.
Pamela was at work when she got the frantic call from her husband. Someone had shattered the front-door glass at their Lower Garden District home.
New Orleans officials can begin the process of removing the statues of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee at Lee Circle, Confederate President Jefferson Davis in Mid-City and the Confederate Gen.
Tampa's move to act on the multi-tower, mixed-use development comes as similar developments come to life across the U.S. In late February, New Orleans officials announced plans for a $100 million 29-story residential tower for the city's South Market ...
On Monday, New Orleans officials were given the go-ahead to begin the removal of three Confederate-era monuments that have long been a source of controversy for the city.
NEW ORLEANS - Officials at the Audubon Zoo are investigating a freak incident involving a gorilla over the weekend. The animal reportedly launched an object into a crowd of spectators, hitting and injuring a pregnant woman, sending her to the hospital.
In this case, U.S. District Court Judge Carl Barbier has ruled that New Orleans officials were correct in interpreting the agreement reached under the Shubert lawsuit -- that while the agreement required the monument be removed from storage and placed ...
NEW ORLEANS - Officials at the Audubon Zoo are investigating a freak incident involving a gorilla over the weekend. The animal reportedly launched an object into a crowd of spectators, hitting and injuring a pregnant woman, sending her to the hospital.
In part, New Orleans officials looked at security strategies used in other cities. The mayor's office's 20-page security plan outline lists a handful of case studies tapped as reference points.
NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) -- While the high profile parades and parties grab most of the attention during carnival season, there's another tradition, at the stroke of midnight, that's quite a sight to see.
RV parks are amenities at other casino properties including one at Full House's Silver Slipper Casino & Hotel in Bay, located about an hour east of New Orleans. Officials have said the RV park concept is a masterstroke. The concept can't be easily ...
New Orleans officials have upgraded the bond amount for Neilson Rizzuto, the man accused of driving his truck into a crowd at the New Orleans Endymion parade Saturday night.
New Orleans officials have upgraded the bond amount for Neilson Rizzuto, the man accused of driving his truck into a crowd at the New Orleans Endymion parade Saturday night.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Louisiana State Police Col. Mike Edmonson and New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Michael Harrison will detail a plan that will be in place to keep revelers safe in the days leading up to Mardi Gras.
New Orleans officials, in concert with the FBI, don't want to see that sort of thing happen here, where tourists routinely throng the French Quarter's premier promenade.
Needless to say, the game which is set to be released this month, has already ruffled some feathers among New Orleans officials. WWL News reported last week that Gamelot's "Gangstar New Orleans" hopes to appeal to video-game enthusiasts by offering ...
New Orleans officials opened a permanent headquarters Thursday for its signature violence reduction program, NOLA For Life.


 

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