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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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Man accused of disrupting flight diverted to New Orleans

An Alabama man has been indicted in federal court a month after his disruptive behavior caused a Nov. 14 Spirit Airlines flight to be diverted to New Orleans, according to the office of United States Attorney Peter Strasser. Rodney James, 47, of Phoenix City is charged with one count of interference with a flight crew.

Maize Milk Punch at Toups South restaurant in New Orleans.

New Orleans bartenders often put their own twists on a classic milk punch. At Toups South , beverage director Bryson Downham created a Maze Milk Punch, which features corn milk, rye and rum.

Names of Catholic clergy members accused of sexual abuse are spilling out all over the country

As the Roman Catholic Church in the U.S. encounters a wave of federal and state attorney general investigations into its handling of clergy sexual abuse, dozens of bishops have opted to make public the names of the priests in their dioceses who were credibly accused of abuse, nearly double the number that had ever been released before, the New York Times reported. New Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond on Nov. 2 released the names of 57 clergy members credibly accused of abusing minors over many decades in southeast Louisiana.

Photos found on New Orleans sidewalk in 1992 have ties to Lee Harvey Oswald

Brian Hartig lives and breathes history. That's why he couldn't just walk past the pile of old photos and papers he spotted on a sidewalk in the Lower Garden District one day in 1992.

City of a Million Dreams' tells New Orleans like it is

Bet you didn't know that New Orleans' founder - Jean Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville - had a body adorned with snake tattoos. Or that the great fire of 1788, which laid waste to most of the French Quarter, was innocently started by a man when he lit 50 votive candles at his home altar on Chartres Street.

Armed man pulls woman from vehicle, throws her to the ground in Pines Village carjacking: NOPD

A carjacking occurred early Monday in the 2800 block of Lynhuber Street in the Pines Village area of New Orleans East, police said. carjacking at a home in New Orleans East, according to an initial report by New Orleans police.

John Waters gleefully trash talks Christmas in New Orleans

John Waters tours his first retrospective art exhibit, 'Indecent Exposure,' on Oct. 12, 2018, at the Baltimore Museum of Art in Baltimore. wearing a scarlet jacket and sneakers befitting the holiday.

Ridesharing discount offered in Louisiana for holiday period today

Louisiana residents can get discounted rides home through the holidays in a partnership between the state highway safety commission and ridesharing company Lyft aimed at lessening drunken driving incidents. The News-Star reports that $5 discounts will be available in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Monroe, New Orleans and Shreveport with the code "RIDESMARTLA" in the Lyft app.

Midway through December, temperatures are brisk, but not freezing

New Orleans temperatures will remain moderate as we head into the second half of December. Forecasters do not expect lows to dip into the 30s in the next five days, according to the National Weather Service.

Man shot in the leg on edge of Pontchartrain Park neighborhood: NOPD

A man was shot in the leg late Dec. 16, 2018, in New Orleans, according to the New Orleans Police Department. , according to the New Orleans Police Department.

'The Mutilated' a Christmas show of misfit characters from Tennessee Williams

With the Christmas season well afoot, the New Orleans-area theater scene is offering a cornucopia of holiday offerings, ranging from the traditional to the new. For audiences who feel the visions of sugarplums pounding through their heads, the Tennessee Williams Theatre Company of New Orleans offers an alternative rendition of Christmas cheer with a new production of "The Mutilated."

Prytania Theatre to host 22nd annual New Orleans French Film Festival

The New Orleans Film Society will host their 22nd annual New Orleans French Film Festival in February 2019 at Prytania Theatre. The New Orleans Film Society announced that the 22nd annual New Orleans French Film Festival will be held from February 15 to 21, 2019, at the historical Prytania Theatre.

James Gill: Disgraced prosecutor Sal Perricone's time is up after disbarment

As a former cop, FBI agent and federal prosecutor, Sal Perricone was all about putting people behind bars, so he had made many enemies to be proud of. But a dim view of Perricone was by no means limited to the criminal classes once he was unmasked as the snarkiest and most prolific troll on a website affiliated with what was then the largest newspaper in Louisiana.

Harry Connick Jr. celebrates New Orleans' 300th birthday at a packed Lakefront Arena

Harry Connick Jr. ratcheted the New Orleanian scale to a fiery "I just drank an entire bottle of Crystal Hot Sauce" degrees while in concert at the UNO Lakefront Arena Saturday evening. The concert reaffirmed, in the most enjoyable of ways, the preposterousness of this New Orleans stop not being added to Connick's original Tricentennial Celebration tour announcement in June .

New Orleans: The forerunner of Ellis Island

Soon after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock and long before Ellis Island became the avenue for aspirants seeking freedom, refuge or opportunity in the new world, there was the Territory of Louisiana and the bustling port of New Orleans, which has celebrated the 300th anniversary of its founding throughout 2018. It's important for New Orleanians and all Louisianians to remember our roots and recognize the important role that the Crescent City played in the days of the Louisiana Territory and the post-statehood years when a flurry of new Louisianians arrived from the eastern seaboard.

Baton Rouge, New Orleans area People in Business for Dec. 16, 2018

Binder will serve as a liaison between administration, medical staff and nursing leadership and will be responsible for employed physician practices, the LSU OB-GYN Clinic, graduate medical education and medical staff services. Binder has been a board-certified OB-GYN at Woman's for the past 34 years and is one of the founders of Louisiana Women's Healthcare, an obstetrics and gynecology physician group.

The 123nd annual Times-Picayune Doll & Toy Fund distribution

The day began at 4 a.m. in Baton Rouge for Trenette and her children, Malekia, 12, and Dream, 4. They set alarms early to head to New Orleans for The Times-Picayune Doll and Toy Fund distribution, a tradition in its 123rd year. Doors opened Saturday at 7 a.m. for the distribution's fourth year at the Xavier University Convocation Center.

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