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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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Monday's 'Dunc & Holder:' Super Bowl hopes for New Orleans; LSU lands Joe Burrow

Jerry Rice celebrates a touchdown, his third in the first half of the Super Bowl Jan. 28, 1990, in New Orleans. . We'll also discuss LSU landing Ohio State transfer quarterback Joe Burrow.

Man shot and killed in Fairgrounds neighborhood Sunday: NOPD

A man was shot and killed in the 2700 block of Bruxelles Street on May 20, 2018, New Orleans police said. in the Fairgrounds neighborhood of New Orleans, New Orleans police said.

On 23rd birthday, New Orleans victim has money stolen off shirt, police say

A 58-year-old man was arrested near Erato and South Robertson streets after grabbing money pinned to a 23-year-old woman's shirt, according to police. Calvin Rankin allegedly ran inside a building with the money.

How does the New Orleans area get true regional transit?

This story is part of Tipping Point , a series examining what happened to economic promise in New Orleans in the years after Hurricane Katrina. Read more of this series here .

'Haunted' tour featuring N.O. apartment at center of 2006 murder-suicide criticized as 'exploitative'

Zachery Bowen, left, and Adrianne Hall sit on the front steps of their home in the French Quarter of New Orleans, in this Sept. 13, 2005, photo taken following Hurricane Katrina.

300 years of New Orleans' history comes alive on the page in LSU exhibit

The 'Made in New Orleans: The Past in Print' exhibit at LSU includes the 1862 order from Union Maj. Gen. Benjamin F. Butler reprimanding the women of New Orleans for their treatment of Union officers and soldiers.

Loyola University in New Orleans announces first woman, layperson as university president

Loyola University New Orleans is making history, announcing its first female and layperson to serve as university president Saturday morning. "With her deep roots in New Orleans and Jesuit values, she was born for this job," Dennis Cuneo, trustee and chair of Presidential Search Committee said.

What's next for Canal Furniture Liquidators after the April 23 fire

Owner Holis Hannan poses in front of Canal Furniture Liquidators. This photo was taken the day before the store burned down on April 23. On the morning of April 23, the warehouse containing Canal Furniture Liquidators was engulfed in flames.

After Katrina: High school remembers lost class of 2006

One of the state's top high schools is remembering a group of seniors who weren't able to graduate with their class due to Hurricane Katrina. Seventy seniors weren't able to make it back when Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans reopened in January 2006.

After Katrina: High school remembers lost class of 2006

Michael Finkelstein works in his law office with attorney Scott Sternberg in New Orleans, Friday, May 18, 2018. Finkelstein, a high school student at Benjamin Franklin High School when Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, was forced to relocate to Austin, Texas, now lives in New Orleans.

Flash flood warning issued for New Orleans area

A flash flood warning is in effect for the New Orleans area until 6 p.m. Friday May 18, 2018 as severe storms moved through the area. ( A flash flood warning is in effect Friday until 6 p.m. for parts of Orleans Parish and Jefferson Parish as a slow-moving line of thunderstorms douses the area.

From giant tastings to a small-batch parade, plan your New Orleans Wine & Food Experience

The Royal Street Stroll is a freewheeling event during the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience, turning a stretch of the French Quarter into an roving wine and food tasting. During the New Orleans Food and Wine Experience, a hall of the convention center becomes a giant wine and food tasting room.

New Orleans turns 300 and you're invited to the yearlong party

As if New Orleans needed to give visitors another reason to party, the city celebrates its 300th birthday this year. That means non-stop tricentennial events, parades, exhibits and more on top of the Big Easy's already packed calendar.

Woman upset at fiance crashes into his car, stabs him on Carrollton Avenue, police say

A woman upset at her fiance Thursday evening crashed her vehicle into his, chased his car down Carrollton Avenue, crashed into him again and then cut him and slashed his tires, New Orleans police said. The woman, 46-year-old Jacquelyn Ward, saw her fiance in his vehicle with another woman around 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 18, so Ward rammed her own vehicle into his, according to the initial report.

New Orleans man arrested in connection to fatal quintuple Mardi Gras shooting

New Orleans Police have arrested a man in connection with the fatal Mardi Gras shooting that left two people dead and three others injured in the ninth ward.

Woman shot in Treme neighborhood, New Orleans police say

A woman was shot in the leg early Friday morning in the Treme neighborhood, New Orleans police said. The shooting was reported at North Claiborne and Urulines avenues.

'Flowers with Friends' turns flower arranging into a big ol' New Orleans party

Twist reporter Kayla Lusby sat down with Savannah Taucedo, co-founder of "Flowers with Friends," a mobile service that brings women together to learn more about flower arranging and design. "There are things to do in New Orleans, but how many things can you do at home with your best friends and your family and girls?" asks Taucedo.

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