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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

Zip Codes associated with new orleans, louisiana: 70001 70002 70003 70005 70006 70032 70037 70041 70043 70056 70058 70072 70075 70083 70085 70092 70094 70112 70113 70114 70115 70116 70117 70118 70119 70121 70122 70123 70124 70125 70126 70127 70128 70129 70130 70131
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Last defendant in New Orleans East home invasion opts for murder trial

Tavis Leonard, 22, is charged with second-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder and two counts of armed robbery as he stands trial this week in a March 2014 New Orleans East home invasion case. Tavis Leonard, the last remaining defendant in a deadly March 2014 home invasion in New Orleans East, rejected a plea offer and opted to stand trial for murder on Monday , gambling a possible life sentence that he can beat the state's case.

Woman raped after stopping to check tire in Desire Area, New Orleans police say

New Orleans police are investigating the reported rape of a 37-year-old woman who said she was dragged behind a "storage box" near Desire Area train tracks after stopping to check her vehicle tire, the department said. New Orleans police are investigating the reported rape of a 37-year-old woman who said she was dragged behind a "storage box" near Desire Area train tracks after stopping to check her vehicle tire, the department said.

Man beaten with aluminum bat, pepper sprayed in fight on N. Broad St., New Orleans police say

A man was beaten with an aluminum bat and pepper sprayed by a man and two women during a fight on N. Broad Street April 10, according to the New Orleans Police Department. The victim told police he was arguing with a woman at 8:25 p.m. when a man got out of the woman's car and began to hit him with an aluminum bat, according to NOPD.

Woman sought in New Orleans East attempted murder: New Orleans police

New Orleans police said Cherrie Mitchell, 40, wanted in connection with an April 2 attempted murder at a New Orleans East motel. New Orleans police are searching for a 40-year-old woman wanted in connection with an attempted murder earlier this month at a New Orleans East motel.

TNT pilot 'Deadlier Than the Male' to shoot in New Orleans

A film crew works on the TNT dramedy series 'Claws' in Gretna, just outside New Orleans. TNT will return to town to shoot the pilot for a potential series under the working title 'Deadlier Than the Male,' it has been announced.

Authorities: Woman arrested in the stabbing of a teenager

A woman has been arrested after authorities say she stabbed a teenage boy during a heated argument in New Orleans. News outlets report 20-year-old Johanna Brown has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault in the stabbing of a 15-year-old boy Saturday.

Landrieu: Monuments don't represent New Orleans' values

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu is set to address the city's removal and relocation of the "Battle of Liberty Place" statue early Monday morning. Landrieu said the city has obtained "full funding" to remove all monuments, but he refused to say where the money came from.

New Orleans Monday weather: Sunny, spring day

Abundant sunshine and low humidity. Northwest wind of 5 to 10 mph. Tonight, mostly clear with northwest wind of 5 mph.

APNewsBreak: New Orleans to take down Confederate statues

New Orleans planned to begin removing the first of four prominent Confederate monuments early Monday, the latest Southern institution to sever itself from symbols viewed by many as a representation racism and white supremacy. Workers were to begin removing the first memorial, one that commemorates whites who tried to topple a biracial post-Civil War government in New Orleans, overnight in an attempt to avoid disruption from supporters who want the monuments to stay, some of whom city officials said have made death threats.

Lawmaker proposes redirecting some Convention Center taxes to New Orleans roads

A state representative is proposing to redirect about $16 million a year in taxes away from the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center to an independent board that would spend the money on fixing streets in New Orleans. The proposal, by state Rep. Stephanie Hilferty, would take the revenue from two existing taxes away from the center.

'Hello, Dawlin!' a rib-tickling spoof on Broadway, New Orleans style

The cast of 'Hello, Dawlin!' Ricky Graham, Varla Jean Merman, and Sean Patterson spoof more than 30 Broadway shows with a distinctly New Orleans flair. The new musical revue plays through April 30 on the Lagniappe Stage at the Rivertown Theaters for the Performing Arts.

Alligator cruising lagoon near NOMA eludes City Park Police, for now

City Park Police keep watch as approximately 5-foot alligator prowls in a lagoon outside the New Orleans Museum of Art in City Park on Saturday, April 22, 2017. New Orleans City Park Police worked by boat and from shore Saturday morning to remove a husky, 5-foot alligator from a lagoon just outside the New Orleans Museum of Art.

Man shot in hip Saturday night in Pines Village

New Orleans police are investigating a shooting that left a man wounded in the 7100 block of Downman Road in New Orleans East on Saturday night, April 22, 2017. A man was wounded during a shooting Saturday night in the Pines Village neighborhood of New Orleans East, according to the New Orleans Police Department .

Baton Rouge, New Orleans area Business Honors for April 26, 2017

James Ottea , a professor of entomology with the LSU College of Agriculture and a research scientist in the LSU AgCenter , received the distinguished achievement in teaching award from the southeastern branch of the Entomological Society of America . Blake Wilson , a former doctoral student recently hired as a field crop entomologist with the LSU AgCenter , received the Henry Comstock Award for an outstanding Ph.D. student.

Hundreds attend New Orleans March for Science

In this strange new world - where the valley between truth and satire grows ever-foggier and sometimes it seems as though reality itself is slipping - scientists on seven continents and in New Orleans converged April 22 for rallies in support of facts, objective research and other previously undisputed elements of their work. Hundreds of people in New Orleans, including a sizable contingent from a visiting conference of physical anthropologists, gathered at City Hall Saturday for a rally and March for Science defending scientific and medical research funding, opposing the politicization of research results and celebrating the role of scientists in protecting the environment and human society.

Thousands March for Science in New Orleans: photo gallery

Photos from the event as thousands of people march down Poydras Street from City Hall to Canal Street during the March for Science in New Orleans, one of over 600 Earth Day demonstrations around the country and the world to protest proposed budget cuts to scientific research and environmental programs and to highlight the threat of climate change.

New Orleans' 2016 grant the lowest of 9 'sanctuary cities' targeted by DOJ letters

New Orleans' grant funds targeted by a recent Department of Justice letter to prove immigration compliance were by far the lowest in 2016 of the nine so-called sanctuary cities in question, according to figures from The Associated Press. The $265,832 also makes up a relatively small chunk of the between $3.2 and 3.7 million in total federal grant money from the DOJ received by the city each year.

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