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Metairie, Louisiana is a suburb of New Orleans. Located in Jefferson Parish, the city is located along the edge of Lake Pontchartrain. The city's name was derived from the French word for a tenant farm that paid the landlord with a share of the crop's harvest. This type of farming, known as sharecropping, was the major type of farming in the area from the 1760s up through the 1930s.

Population: 146136
Local Newspapers: City Business Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Zephyrs New Orleans Saints & Pelicans
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Zip Codes associated with metairie, louisiana: 70001 70002 70003 70005 70006
Towns/Cities near metairie, louisiana : Jefferson New Orleans Kenner River Ridge Harahan Bridge City

Metairie News
The Track: How sex trafficking has taken hold of Bourbon Street

Tulane Avenue and Chef Menteur Highway in New Orleans, and Airline Drive in Metairie, have all been at one time or another popular meeting places for prostitutes and their customers. But these days, with its swirl of tipsy tourists alongside scantily clad dancers standing in dingy strip club entrances, Bourbon Street has become an epicenter of the New Orleans sex trade, according to a yearlong investigation by NOLA.com Law enforcement records some made public for the first time and interviews with dozens of officials, club representatives, human trafficking experts and trafficking victims reveal how a patchwork of strip clubs featuring private rooms have continued to be plagued by prostitution and drug use.

Mrs. Louisiana State: 5 questions with Kelli Hutchinson Chappuis

The new Mrs. Louisiana State Kelli Hutchinson Chappuis, of Walker, shows off her title and talent sashes in a gown from Blush Formal and Bridal Salon in Baton Rouge. The new Mrs. Louisiana State Kelli Hutchinson Chappuis, of Walker, shows off her title and talent sashes in a gown from Blush Formal and Bridal Salon in Baton Rouge.

Camellia Grill owner plans Metairie diner: report

Omelets smothered in chili, pies warmed on the griddle and freezes are headed to Metairie. Hicham Khodr , who owns the classic Camellia Grill on Carrollton Avenue, plans to open a new diner on Veterans Memorial Boulevard called The Grille, report the Advocate .

Bonnabel Boat Launch closed Tuesday for Night Out Against Crime

The Bonnabel boat launch is closed Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017 for the annual Night Out Against Crime party. In this photo taken at last year's event, first responders and neighbors mingle for a good time during the National Night Out Against Crime, held at the Bonnabel boat launch in Metairie, Tuesday, October 18, 2016.

After Lake Pontchartrain oil rig blast, officials brace to search through night for missing worker, mop up possible spill

Jefferson Parish authorities and others from other parishes respond to an oil platform explosion in Lake Pontchartrain where 7 were rushed to hospital and some in critical condition in Kenner, La. Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017.

2 workers in critical condition in Baton Rouge burn unit after oil rig explosion

Three of the seven workers injured in a rig explosion in Lake Pontchartrain last night are currently in critical condition, and two of those critical patients have been transferred to a burn center in Baton Rouge. Crews are continuing the search for a missing worker this morning, but have been hampered by four to five foot seas, according to Jefferson Parish Sheriff Joe Lopinto.

A civilized affair: Tea at the center of jazzy new festival

Pick up a picnic box of tea sandwiches, scones and sweets. Next, select a cup of tea.

What's on the ballot in Jefferson Parish on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017?

The ballot in Jefferson Parish for Saturday's election includes the Louisiana treasurer's race and three proposed amendments to the state Constitution. Local matters up for a vote are two parishwide tax renewals, a new sewerage tax in Harahan and the hard-fought race in parts of Kenner and Metairie for the 4th District seat on the Parish Council.

Dorignac's makes 70 years of making groceries! What can you get NOW for just 70 cents?

WGNO News with a Twist features reporter Wild Bill Wood takes a look at Dorignac's back when the store got a little bit of a facelift, the reason the place looks a lot younger than seventy. Even back then, Dorignac's was all about outstanding customer service.

WGNO Big Teasy Photo Contest - starts Friday at 9 AM

The Big Teasy Festival is New Orleans' first Caffeine Fest! Taste tea/coffee samples & sweet/savory bites. Shop the Artists' Village.

'Baby, I don't know if I'm going to make it...

A trained banquet bartender who's worked at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas for nearly a dozen years, Orkoulas, 37, was in his third night at the festival working a special VIP area overlooking the main stage and its crowd. He didn't hear music -- he was only listening for drink orders -- until the gunfire started.

Deutsches Haus Oktoberfest: Food, beer, chicken dancing continue Oct. 13-14, Oct. 20- 21

Deutsches Haus kicked off its first Oktoberfest in New Orleans in seven years last weekend, even as Hurricane Nate loomed off the Gulf Coast. The festival opened Friday , but was canceled on Saturday due to the pending storm.

Who will flinch first in Louisiana $1 billion budget showdown?

Louisiana state Rep. Cameron Henry, R-Metairie, who chairs the Appropriations Committee, doesn't seem to be on the same page about what a billion dollars worth of cuts would affect if the state implemented it next year. Members of the Louisiana House of Representatives are gearing up for a bipartisan retreat in Baton Rouge on Thursday to familiarize those who don't sit on the Appropriations Committee with what a billion-dollar-plus budget gap would really mean for the state if it isn't filled by July 1. There appears to be an effort for lawmakers to work together and put a positive spin on budget negotiations.

2 families of 2 murder victims pray for justice in Jefferson Parish trial

As the murder trial of Bobby James got underway in a Jefferson Parish courtroom Wednesday morning , relatives of a New Orleans homicide victim also sat in the gallery hoping that they, too, might get some sort of justice from the proceedings. James, 25, is charged in Jefferson Parish with gunning down Dwayne "Zoe" Batiste, 25, during an attempted armed robbery at a Metairie apartment building on May 3, 2016.

After 21 years, Vega Tapas Cafe in Old Metairie has closed

The 2017 gold medal for 'Seafood' went to Vega Tapas Cafe chef William Sampson's gambas barbacoas at the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience culinary awards competition. Surprisingly, July and August were typically the best months at Vega Tapas Cafe in Old Metairie, said owner Greg Francis.

Four firms seek to design U.S. 61 to Halls Ferry bypass road

Four engineering firms, three from Jackson and one from Louisiana, have submitted proposals to the city for engineering and designing a proposed bypass road from U.S. 61 South to Halls Ferry Road. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen Monday referred the proposals by EJEF Inc., Waggoner Engineering and Stantec, all of Jackson, and Linfield, Hunter & Junius Inc. of Metairie, La., to the committee appointed by Mayor George Flaggs Jr. for review and a recommendation.

East Jefferson General Hospital finds lease partner, same one it always preferred

East Jefferson General Hospital, shown here in 2015, has finally found a corporate lease partner five years after starting to seek one. It's the same company that the Metairie hospital's leaders favored during the early phases of the tortuous political process of putting East Jefferson General under control of a private company.

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