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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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Attorneys withdraw from case of woman accused in fatal poisoning of boyfriend in Baton Rouge

The attorneys for a woman accused of fatally poisoning her live-in boyfriend in Baton Rouge in 2015 withdrew from her case Wednesday. George Grace Jr. and Stephen Sterling informed state District Judge Richard Anderson they will no longer represent Meshell Hale now that the 50-year-old woman is charged with first-degree murder, which carries a possible death sentence.

WWL-TV report: Blind 80-year-old walking with wife, service dog hit by car in New Orleans

An 80-year-old Texas man visiting New Orleans for a wedding with his service dog and wife was hit by a car at a busy Marigny intersection last weekend, according to WWL-TV . Around 5 p.m. Saturday, Bill Neff, wife Janet and service dog Hank were crossing St. Claude Avenue and Elysian Fields Avenue at the crosswalk when a car didn't stop in time and hit Neff.

Man booked on negligent homicide charges from April

Hassan Abdul, 25, was detained Friday on one count of negligent homicide months after a man he struck died as a result of his injuries. on allegations that he fatally struck a man with his car in the early hours of March 31, according to court records.

Want to win a trip to KLG and Hoda's Big Easy bash in New Orleans? Enter here

Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager are heading to New Orleans, Louisiana, to celebrate the "Big Easy" turning 300 this year, and they want you and a friend to join them! All you have to do is send us a video that's 60-seconds or less and explain why you and a guest should be chosen to come to the show in New Orleans. The winner will receive round-trip airline tickets, a three-night stay at the New Orleans Windsor Court Hotel, including ground transportation to and from the airport and hotel in the "Big Easy."

Teachers union names interim president after leader's arrest

Kesler Camese-Jones, right, teaching a class at St. Ville Academy in Harvey on Sept. 13, 2007, has been elevated to acting president of the Jefferson Federation of Teachers.

NOLA 300: City archives tell New Orleans' story

"This building is actually five floors--three above ground, two below," says Christina Bryant, head of the Louisiana Division/City Archives & Special Collections of the New Orleans Public Library. "We keep our archives primarily in the second basement.

Ex-federal prosecutor seeks to avoid Louisiana disbarment

Louisiana's Supreme Court is considering whether to disbar a former federal prosecutor whose anonymous online comments about cases caused turmoil at the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Orleans. Perricone was an assistant U.S. Attorney when his posts were exposed - which led a judge to later overturn multiple convictions in a police shooting case.

Man admits he drove gunman from Hollygrove shooting scene: NOPD

A 27-year-old Marrero man faces charges after New Orleans police say he admitted he drove a car last month that carried a gunman away from a Hollygrove shooting scene, court records show. Baron Williams, who was arrested Sunday after meeting with NOPD detectives about the shooting, claimed his passenger was not the first to fire his gun, booking records show.

Here's all the blighted pools in New Orleans, ranked by neighborhood

A large blighted pool that has been cited under the city code can be seen behind a residence in the city's Seabrook neighborhood. to consider a stronger step toward cleaning them up.

Joseph Payne, 21, was arrested on armed robbery charges four days after fleeing the hospital.

Days after fleeing the hospital following an overdose, a New Orleans man robbed a local convenience store at gunpoint, according to NOPD . Police first encountered Joseph Payne, 21, on Oct. 6 when he overdosed in the 2300 block of Ursulines Avenue.

For New Orleans bicyclists injured in hit-and-runs, the insult comes from city officials

Instead, she got dragged through the excruciatingly slow and unsatisfactory quagmire that is the New Orleans Police Department's Hit-and-Run unit. That was after she was hit by a semi-truck and - literally - dragged through one of the city's streets.

Charges upgraded in Metairie drag-racing fatality after positive drug test: State Police

An undated mugshot of Jourdan Marchese, 18. Marchese, who is still hospitalized from a car crash, was booked with vehicular homicide, first-degree vehicular injuring, reckless operation of a vehicle and drag racing. after we received the toxicology tests performed by the Louisiana State Police crime indicated there were drugs in his system," said Trooper Melissa Matey, spokeswoman for the department.

New Orleans archdiocese to name priests 'credibly accused' of sexual abuse

The Archdiocese of New Orleans will release the names of the clergy who have been "credibly accused" of abusing minors dating back 50 years, amid a scandal that has rocked one of the world's largest and most influential religious institutions. The Times-Picayune in an exclusive interview that he and other Louisiana bishops were in discussions over whether to release the names.

We need to listen to the hopes and fears of New Orleans young people

Times-Picayune published a series called, "The Children of Central City," that offered a glimpse into how children here are affected by repeated exposure to violence, encouraging readers to question whether we as a city are doing enough to respond to the educational, socio-emotional and physical needs of New Orleans' children. Stories like these document the experiences of specific children, and they play an important role in highlighting our community's needs.

She became the best friend of New Orleans' children

The Times-Picayune is marking the tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing 300 for 300 project, running through 2018 and highlighting 300 people who have made New Orleans New Orleans, featuring original artwork commissioned by NOLA.com The legacy : Judy Watts got involved in child care when she took a part-time job at the nursery school her children attended. Learning from the director, whom she described as "a stickler for doing it right," she would move on to directing preschool programs as well as for lobbying in favor of such causes as child-care licensing, which initially was met with horror from people who fretted the government was trying to tell them how to rear their children.

's 'Children of Central City' nominated for regional Emmy

The Times-Picayune documentary short film " The Children of Central City " has been nominated for a Suncoast Regional Emmy Award. It's the latest recognition for director Emma Scott's film, which was made as a supplement to the newspaper's in-depth series of the same name , which examined the long-term effects on children of repeated exposure to violence.

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