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Located in southeastern Louisiana, it straddles the Mississippi River. The city is named after Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans, Regent of France, and is well known for its distinct Spanish architecture, as well as its cross cultural and multilingual heritage. New Orleans is famous for its cuisine, music (particularly as the birthplace of jazz), and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras.

Population: 336644
Local Newspapers: The Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints (NFL) New Orleans Pelicans (NBA)
Local Colleges: Tulane University Loyola University New Orleans

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The fight to open Gabrielle after Hurricane Katrina - from the archive

Gabrielle, the locally beloved, critically lauded New Orleans restaurant run by chefs Greg and Mary Sonnier, flooded during Hurricane Katrina. The Sonniers' plan to make lemonade out of lemons: They purchased a much larger property near their Uptown home to open what they hoped would be a new and improved version of Gabrielle.

Suspect in Metairie quadruple murder pleads not guilty

Armande Tart, the defendant accused of fatally stabbing a man before gunning down three other people at a Metairie apartment complex, pleaded not guilty in the case Wednesday , Jefferson Parish court records said. A grand jury charged Tart, 21, of New Orleans, with four counts of first-degree murder in the March 15 deaths of Harold Frisard, 56, Rosemary Charles, 61, John Edward Henry, 56, and Kyle Turner, 40. The grand jury also charged Tart with obstruction of justice and the attempted first-degree murder of a 33-year-old woman who survived after being shot in the face.

Benson to brew Dixie Beer in New Orleans again

"We look forward to bringing Dixie Beer back to where it was born. It's everything a New Orleans beer should be: It is iconic and it is truly New Orleans," New Orleans Saints Owner Tom Benson said in a news release.

Man shot in Algiers Thursday morning, New Orleans police say

A man was shot Thursday morning in Algiers, according to the New Orleans Police Department. Authorities said the man was shot in the 100 block of Westpark Court.

Federal IG says New Orleans should be forced to return $2 billion in...

The City of New Orleans began installing metal sheet barricades on doors and windows to secure the Municipal Auditorium from homeless people and other trespassers on March 28, 2017. The building has been vacant since Hurricane Katrina and the city is still in negotiations with FEMA for money to restore the building.

Burger Fest joins busy New Orleans food festival schedule

Advocate staff photo by ELIOT KAMENITZ--Nadia Solovava from Russia dances with Wendell Carter of the Sudan Social Aid and Pleasure Club to the music of the All for One Brass Band at the entrance to Armstrong Park in New Orleans on Sept. 18, 2014.

Man accused of attempted homicide in Central City shooting

Johnnie Bailey, 38, was booked Thursday with attempted homicide in the July 9 shooting, which was reported just before 5 p.m. in the 2700 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Johnnie Bailey, 38, was booked Thursday with attempted homicide in the July 9 shooting, which was reported just before 5 p.m. in the 2700 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Murder trial underway in death of teen run over on I-10 in Metairie

Two years after 19-year-old mother of one Jasilas Wright died on a darkened stretch of Interstate 10 in Metairie, run over by several vehicles, a Jefferson Parish jury will determine whether her boyfriend, Adam Littleton, was responsible for her death. Littleton's second-degree murder trial was in its third day Wednesday , with jurors hearing testimony from a number of witnesses, including friends and relatives of Wright.

Fight between friends ends in death in Irish Channel, family says

Mark Selestan holds up a photograph of his father, Raymond Webster Jr., 69. Selestan identified his father as the man killed Tuesday night in the city's Irish Channel neighborhood. Mark Selestan holds up a photograph of his father, Raymond Webster Jr., 69. Selestan identified his father as the man killed Tuesday night in the city's Irish Channel neighborhood.

New Orleans police: Woman killed in hit-and-run

According to a police statement , officers responded shortly before 4 a.m. Wednesday to a car crash at a 7th Ward intersection. Police say a Mercury Milan traveling north on one street and a Honda CRV traveling west on an intersecting street collided in a t-bone crash.

New Orleans Inspector General Ed Quatrevaux says he is fighting for his job

Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON--New Orleans Inspector General Ed Quatrevaux listens during a press conference to announce the findings of an Office of Inspector General audit of New Orleans Police Department documenting and reporting of rapes in New Orleans, La. Wednesday, June 22, 2016.

Has this summer been wetter than normal in New Orleans?

We're no strangers to rainy summer afternoons here in New Orleans. 'Tis the season for racing a thunderstorm home from the grocery store, squishing around in wet sandals and testing the tensile strength of your favorite umbrella.

81 arrested in multi-agency sweep of New Orleans: NOPD

NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison, at podium, is surrounded by representatives of various law-enforcement agencies involved in a major sweep of New Orleans that resulted in 81 arrests, according to police. Harrison announced the arrests during a news conference Tuesday .

Man shot to death in Irish Channel neighborhood: NOPD

A man was killed in a shooting late Tuesday in in the 800 block of Fourth Street, New Orleans police said. Police had blocked off Fourth Street between Laurel and Annunciation streets.

Louisiana sheriff retiring to take new job in radio

The sheriff of Louisiana's second-largest parish announced Tuesday that he's retiring in order to launch a new career in broadcasting. Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand told a news conference that after a decade in office he is being hired by radio station WWL in neighboring New Orleans.

Are broken catch basins causing New Orleans flooding? Stacy Head presses mayor for answers

Councilmember-at-Large Stacy Head during a council meeting at City Hall in downtown New Orleans on Thursday, January 12, 2017. will demand to know why Mayor Mitch Landrieu hasn't moved forward with plans to repair most of the city's catch basins.

Central City man pleads guilty to killing 14-year-old after 'knockout game' attack

Gregory Johnson, left, pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Tuesday while roommate Randy Pittman awaits an Aug. 14 trial in the May 2014 shooting death of 14-year-old Miquial Jackson of Central City. Gregory Johnson, left, pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Tuesday while roommate Randy Pittman awaits an Aug. 14 trial in the May 2014 shooting death of 14-year-old Miquial Jackson of Central City.

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