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Kenner, a suburb of New Orleans, is located in Jefferson Parish in Louisiana between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. It is home to Rivertown and Laketown. Rivertown is a historic district that features numerous museums, shops and cultural resources. The area features Rivertown Repertory Theatre, Kenner's Heritage Park, Kenner's Planetarium & Science Museum, and fine dining restaurants. Laketown is a park that is located where Williams Boulevard hits Lake Pontchartrain that highlights a boat launch, pier, pavilions, a jogging/biking path, a bait house, and a concession stand.

Population: 70517
Local Newspapers: City Business Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints (NFL) New Orleans Pelicans (NBA) New Orleans Zephyrs (PCBL)
Local Colleges: Herzing University New Orleans

Zip Codes associated with kenner, louisiana: 70062 70065 70087 70094 70123
Towns/Cities near kenner, louisiana : Metairie River Ridge Norco Luling Boutte New Orleans

Kenner News
New Orleans-based GLO Airlines ordered to halt flights by Thursday following bankruptcy filing

Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON--Travelers pass by the new GLO Airlines ticket booth in Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport in Kenner, La. Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015.

Man shot outside Kenner barroom early Sunday morning

A 40-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound to the leg outside of the Lucky Cue, 2711 Roosevelt Blvd., Kenner, early Sunday morning . Kenner police are investigating a shooting outside of a Kenner bar early Sunday morning that left one man wounded.

Arrested mom left children with Facebook babysitter for 6 days: JPSO

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office arrested a woman accused of abandoning her two children with a babysitter she met on Facebook for six days. Mariah Lebouef, 20, of Kenner, was booked with child desertion, said Glen T. Boyd, spokesman for the department after the babysitter contacted authorities on Sunday .

Trial begins Monday in Destrehan teacher sex case

Shelley Dufresne, the former Destrehan High School teacher accused of having sex with a 16-year-old student , will stand trial Monday . Dufresne, 34, of Montz, is charged with two counts of carnal knowledge of a juvenile.

Traffic delays around Williams and Vets this weekend

Expect weekend traffic delays on Williams Blvd. and Veterans Blvd. as crews repair damage from a sink hole in Kenner. Northbound LA-49 at the Veterans Blvd intersection, alternating lane closures with one lane to remain open from 8:00pm Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 through 5:00am Monday, April 24th, 2017 and from Monday 9:00pm Monday, April 24th, 2017 through 5:00am Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 for crews to replace asphalt pavement.

Kenner pulls proposed Uber rules, waits on Legislature

File photo - The Kenner City Council has postponed indefinitely its proposed ordinance that would have regulated how ride-booking services like Uber operated in the city. that exempt them from any local requirements.

Weekend traffic hotspots include Veterans Memorial Boulevard, South Claiborne Avenue

The city of New Orleans is working on streets in the St. Bernard area, including Harrison Avenue, Cadillac Street and Davey Street. . Visitors are being asked to access the base at Barriere Road and Louisiana Highway 23, so keep in mind that traffic will be an issue on the highway.

When New Orleans' airport was the biggest in the country

The Times-Picayune is marking the tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing 300 for 300 project, running through 2018 and highlighting the moments and people that connect and inspire us. Today, the series continues with the dedication of what would become Louis Armstrong International Airport.

A new chapter of 'who done it' authors form New Orleans sisterhood

There's a new crime fighter in town, I mean crime writer. In fact, a whole bunch of them and Belle Chasse's Jaimie Bergeron is one of them.

Hundreds gather at capitol to support prison reform

Around 600 people from across Louisiana showed up at the State Capitol Thursday to show their support for prison reform. Lawmakers and former inmates spoke at the rally, saying Louisiana needs to reduce its incarceration rate and the amount of money spent on prisons.

Kenner activist Felice McMiller blows candles out on 100th birthday celebration

Felice McMiller has lived a life according her favorite scripture verse from Psalm 27, "The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear." In her 100 years, she has been a courageous activist, musician and mentor in her south Kenner community.

Life in prison plus 15 years for Kenner killing

A Jefferson Parish jury found Albert Cox, 38, guilty of second-degree murder in the Oct. 7, 2015, shooting death of Cornell Woods. A Jefferson Parish judge on Wednesday handed down a life sentence plus 15 years to a defendant convicted of killing a Kenner father of three following a dispute over a woman.

Steep Uber airport fees leave Kenner proposal in limbo

File photo - The Kenner City Council will discuss imposing new passenger pickup fees for Uber, shuttle buses, and others at the Louis Armstrong International Airport on Thursday. The fees are included in the city's amended vehicles for hire ordinance.

Couple arrested in Kenner 'pigeon drop' scam, police say

Vanessa Favors, left, and Milous Brown are accused of theft while trying to run a "pigeon drop" scam on a woman in Kenner. Police arrested a couple accused of trying to run a "pigeon drop scam" on a 65-year-old woman at a Kenner store.

Man arrested in N.O. for alleged 9 pounds of marijuana in luggage released due to jail overcrowding

The California man jailed on accusations that he had 9 pounds of marijuana on him at Louis Armstrong International Airport in Kenner over the weekend was released Tuesday due to overcrowding, records show. The $100,500 bond that had been set for King G. Baker, 51, is much higher than typically seen for defendants let out of jail because of overcrowding at the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna.

Where did Jefferson Parish shoppers spend $37 million in February?

File photo - New restaurants and trendy shopping at the Elmwood Center in Elmwood on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. (Photo by Chris Granger, Shoppers in Jefferson Parish pumped nearly $37 million dollars into parish coffers in February, according to the most recent sales tax collection report from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office .

Relatives remember dancing tugboat captain slain in Metairie bar fight

Braun Schneider Sr. liked to bust a move, and he didn't care where he was when the beat dropped. Schneider, 53, bopped around so much, the Kentwood tugboat captain earned the nickname "Hammer," as in M.C. Hammer, from his crew on the river.

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