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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
Harahan landlord admits coercing teen into oral sex with eviction threat

Kenneth Bryant, 47, pleaded guilty to three juvenile molestation charges in Jefferson Parish court on Thursday, December 14, 2017. A 47-year-old Harahan man has pleaded guilty to juvenile molestation charges stemming from allegations that he threatened to evict a 16-year-old girl's family if she refused to perform oral sex on him, according to Jefferson Parish court records.

Jefferson Parish Finance Authority scorched in new inspector general report

The Jefferson Parish Finance Authority is the subject of a blistering new inspector general's office report blaming 'a breakdown at the highest levels of local government' for an agency that might have squandered as much as $2.7 million last year. A blistering new report from the Jefferson Parish inspector general's office blames "a breakdown at the highest levels of local government" for widespread failures in an obscure agency that pays each board member $150 to attend weekly meetings averaging 36 minutes in length.

Filming for NCIS to close Williams Boulevard Boat Launch

The Williams Boulevard Boat Launch in Kenner will be closed starting at midnight Wednesday through Thursday evening for filming of an upcoming episode of the television series NCIS: New Orleans. Yes, there will be simulated gunfire and a boat explosion on Lake Pontchartrain.

AGU Fall Meeting: Accumulating sediment in Mississippi River threatens course change

Please visit the 2017 Fall Meeting Media Center to view previous media advisories and press releases that include important information about press registration, badge pickup, press conferences, quiet rooms, searching the scientific program, and AGU On-Demand. NEW ORLEANS -- Accumulating sediment within the lower Mississippi River could, when coupled with a major flood, cause the river to abandon its current course, potentially ruining the drinking water source for roughly 1.5 million people, according to new research presented here today.

Looking for a cookbook gift? Why the best are dog-eared, sauce stained and already on your shelf

After time, cookbooks have a way of acquiring our own stories from the way we use them. Those stories can help make them meaningful gifts.

Woman accused of stabbing husband: Kenner police

Kenner police arrested a woman accused of stabbing her husband over the weekend. Rochelle Brown, 42, was booked Sunday with aggravated battery and being a fugitive from another jurisdiction, according to a Kenner arrest report.

One Month Later: Status update on Louisiana's criminal justice reform efforts

Just a month after 1,900 inmates were released early as part of a prison overhaul in Louisiana, the corrections secretary says, "everything has worked out okay so far." Sec. Jimmy LeBlanc made the remark at a graduation ceremony for 23 new probation and parole officers, individuals he says are "vital" to the work done by his department.

New treasurer, Medicaid and LSU's pay gap: Louisiana today

Louisiana's new state treasurer John Schroder was sworn into office Tuesday evening. The Republican former lawmaker from St. Tammany Parish took the oath at a ceremony in Kenner, becoming Louisiana's latest chief money manager.

Principal at Roosevelt Middle School placed on leave after sexual harassment allegation

The principal at Theodore Roosevelt Middle School in Kenner has been placed on leave after an allegation of sexual harassment, officials said Tuesday. Dr. Eric Greely was placed on leave Monday, said Sandy Denapolis-Bosarge, a Jefferson Parish School Board member whose district includes Theodore Roosevelt.

New Louisiana treasurer John Schroder sworn into office

John Schroder, a Republican former lawmaker from St. Tammany Parish, was sworn in Tuesday evening at a ceremony in Kenner, to become Louisiana's chief money manager and investment officer. Schroder, who resigned his state House seat to focus on the treasurer's race, won the Nov. 18 special election with 56 percent of the vote, defeating Democratic lawyer Derrick Edwards.

Three men accused of placing skimmers on gas pumps in Kenner

A complaint about two credit-card skimmers having been placed on gas pumps in Kenner led to the arrest of three Miami men, The Advocate reports. Alfredo Gouirrie-Blanco, 45; Sandy Alvarez, 34; and Yunior Rodriguez, 35, are suspected of working together to place the skimmers at the Discount Zone in the 4000 block of Williams Boulevard on Friday.

Kenner police investigating Tuesday shooting on Richland Street

Kenner police are investigating a shooting that happened early Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017 in the 2800 block of Richland Street. Two teens escaped the gunfire, but the vehicle they were sitting in was hit.

5-year-old boy in Kenner attacked by family's recently adopted pet dog

A Kenner mother says a dog adopted at the Jefferson SPCA Pet Fest on Nov. 26 attacked her 5-year-old son shortly after they brought him to their home in Kenner. The attack sent the child to the hospital with multiple bites on his face and chest that required stitches.

5 things Louisiana SPCA wants you to know before adopting a shelter pet

Mimi finds a comfy spot to snuggle -- on her sister Rose, as she gets sleepy after playing on National Puppy Day, March 23, 2017 at the Louisiana SPCA in Algiers. (Photo by Ann Maloney, A Kenner mother says a recently adopted pet dog attacked her 5-year-old son, sending him to the hospital for treatment of multiple bites and bruises that required stitches.

As Smoothie King ponders move, Jefferson officials prepare to roll out red carpet again

Born in Kenner in 1973 and headquartered in Metairie since 2013, the beverage franchiser Smoothie King is once again considering a move to the Dallas area. Its current five-year commitment to Louisiana, which included a $2.4 million sweetener from the state, expires at the end of 2017, and the Dallas Business Journal reports the company is looking to put its international headquarters in Irving, Texas .

'LaPolitics': Maginnis books optioned; Election returns to be finalized next week

The landmark books written by late author and journalist John Maginnis have been optioned by a Maryland-based media firm hoping to produce documentaries based on the works. recounts Edwards' race against David Duke.

Brave donors give to charity, rappel down side of building

Donors who give $1,000 or more to Special Olympics Louisiana are rappelling 25 stories down the side of a downtown New Orleans building Friday. The day-long event, called "Over the Edge NOLA: S.W.A.T. Edition," is being co-hosted by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office and the Kenner Police Department, which are providing helicopters and safety and security personnel for the event.

Six places to see 'snow' in New Orleans in December

If you've never chiseled your windshield free of an ice sheet while wind howls furiously about you, stinging your face and freezing your tears to your cheeks, you may still have some romantic ideas about winter weather. If so, great news! There are several places to experience "snow" in New Orleans this holiday season.

Man reports being shot in arm at Lafreniere Park in Metairie: JPSO

A man told authorities Thursday that he was shot in the arm somewhere in the vicinity of Lafreniere Park in Metairie, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office. Officers learned of the shooting Thursday evening, after the wounded man arrived at a Kenner hospital for treatment, said JPSO spokesman Glen T. Boyd.

Lee "Big Lee" Martin, 53

On Nov. 19 about 6:15 p.m., the Kenner Police Department investigated a disturbance at 176 W. Airline Drive involving Martin and a 44-year-old female, who claimed that Martin intentionally struck her with his tow truck. Martin claimed he was visiting a friend at a trailer park, when he heard a disturbance outside.

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