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Police increase patrols after two men attacked in St. Roch

Following two vicious attacks in the St. Roch neighborhood, the New Orleans Police Department has stepped up its patrols there.
 

Report: Judge OKs $2 billion sale of Clippers

A California probate judge ruled Monday in favor of Shelly Sterling, saying the estranged wife of Donald Sterling can sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.

Saints training camp: Best battle in training camp is battle for starting center with Brees

When it comes to the New Orleans Saints, the center of attention is of course star quarterback Drew Brees. But when it comes to Brees, his center of attention is a bit uncertain.

NHC monitoring tropical wave with potential for tropical cyclone development

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a tropical wave with the potential to develop into a tropical cyclone.

MH17 team tired of delays, official says

It is, in the words of one frustrated official, "one of the biggest open crime scenes in the world." And yet, 11 days after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was blown out of the sky by a suspected surface-to-air missile, the Dutch investigators in charge o...

NOPD officer arrested on domestic abuse charges

A New Orleans Police Department officer is accused of domestic abuse charges, according to Sheriff's Office records and a City Hall representative.

Saints training camp: 'Network' group of 'Who Dat' fans travels to cheer on Black and Gold

Many Saints fans go to extremes to support the Black and Gold. A group of fans born and raised in New Orleans, but who live in Washington, D.C., still cheer for their home team.

Man injured in Central City shooting, NOPD says

New Orleans police are investigating a shooting in Central City on Monday morning.

July 28 Exact Weather forecast: Another front to push through

A passing cold front will generate a few showers and storms before bringing drier air.

NOPD investigating homicide in Algiers

New Orleans police were on the scene of a homicide in Algiers Monday morning.

Live: Morning news, weather and traffic updates from WDSU

Live: Morning news, weather and traffic updates from WDSU 

U.N. Security Council calls for cease-fire

With more than 1,000 people killed in the Israel-Hamas conflict, the U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting in New York early Monday and announced "strong support ... for an immediate and unconditional humanitarian cease-fire" in Gaza.

Reports of a brutal attack in St. Roch have neighbors on edge

Local artist and art teacher Christopher Brumfield says he was attacked Saturday night and he recounted the incident on his Facebook page. Brumfield said in his post quote "a group of 12 or so high school age kids, girls and boys, attacked me with clubs and tried to kill me..." The post indicates he was able to escape by crawling to N. Claiborne avenue where a driver stopped to help him. A spokesperson for the police department says they did send officers to respond to the scene but were not able to speak with Brumfield. He was treated at the hospital for his injuries, that include broken ribs, scrapes and bruises. Neighbors in that area say they are hearing reports of attacks like this more often. "This is at least the second time this week that someone was mugged and beaten up on this three block strip," said Thor Carlson who lives in the area. Neighbors also told us they are concerned because the street lights have been out in that area for a few months and there are several dark spots that could be dangerous. At this point there are no descriptions available of Brumfield's attackers. If you have any information on this incident call Crimestoppers at 822-1111

Megabus reps remind passengers to read fine print when booking travel

A trip from Houston to Atlanta on Saturday ended with an unplanned night in New Orleans and unexpected additional costs for about a dozen Megabus passengers.

Costa Concordia reaches end of final voyage

The crippled Costa Concordia cruise ship reached the end of its final voyage. Refloated by salvage crews earlier this month, the rusting hulk docked at Voltri port in the Italian city of Genoa early Sunday. The cruise ship, which ran aground in January...

Police make second arrest in connection with June homicide in New Orleans East

New Orleans police said 24-year-old Kevin Matthews turned himself in Saturday.

American doctor infected with Ebola

An American doctor trying to quell the Ebola outbreak in Liberia is now infected with the virus, the organization for which he works said. Dr. Kent Brantly is now hospitalized and undergoing treatment at an isolation center, the Christian humanitaria...

JPSO: Woman, daughter carjacked in Metairie by men with gun, rifle

A woman and her 14-year-old daughter were carjacked in Metairie on Saturday night, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office said.

2 killed in fiery crash on I-610 off-ramp

Two people were killed in a crash on Interstate 610 at the Franklin Avenue exit off-ramp Saturday.

July 27 Exact Weather forecast: Heat and humidity persist

With strong high pressure at the helm, heat will be the primary concern today. Expect a hot and humid afternoon, as temps reach the low and mid 90s. The combination of heat and humidity will result in heat indices of 98 to 105+. Rain and storm chances will be isolated.

Police seek woman missing near Warehouse District

New Orleans police are looking for a 33-year-old woman last seen near the Warehouse District.

NOPD: Man demands cash from victim, takes dog instead

New Orleans police said a man’s dog was stolen in Central City when he told an armed robber he didn’t have any money.

Hamas rejects cease-fire extension in Gaza

Israel approved an extension of a humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza through Sunday, but Hamas rejected the idea, saying it won't tolerate Israeli troops in the territory. Militants in Gaza fired mortars and rockets into Israel late Saturday and early Su...

Tall Timbers subdivision joins the 'fix my street' fight

Residents in Lakeview and the Bocage subdivision in Algiers have been vocal over the last few weeks, now the residents of Tall Timbers have joined the fight to get the city to fix their streets.

Suspect identified in residential burglary

Detectives are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 29-year-old Haley Smith.

Police seek missing man last seen in CBD on Friday

New Orleans police are looking for a missing man last seen on Friday in the Central Business District.

3 EMP clients back in custody

Deputies take three people who were on an electronic monitoring program back into custody because of rule violations.

Slidell man critically injured in shooting

A Slidell man is in critical condition after being shot multiple times.

Visiting woman from Arkansas reported missing in New Orleans

New Orleans police are looking for a woman visiting the metropolitan area from Arkansas.

Woman robs, stabs man in Broadmoor, police say

New Orleans police said a man was stabbed early Saturday by a woman he recently met.

NOPD: 4 men enter victim’s home in New Orleans East, steal TVs, computer, cash

New Orleans police said a group of men entered a victim’s home in New Orleans East and stole his TVs, cash, a computer and his watch.

July 26, 27 Exact Weather forecast: Hot and humid weekend

Expect hot and humid afternoons through the weekend, as temperatures reach the low and mid 90s.

U.S. Embassy in Libya evacuates personnel

The U.S. Embassy in Libya evacuated its personnel on Saturday because of heavy militia violence in the capital, Tripoli, U.S. officials said. About 150 personnel, including 80 U.S. Marines were evacuated from the embassy in the early hours of Saturday...

Cease-fire between Hamas, Israel starts

A 12-hour humanitarian cease-fire between Israel and Hamas started Saturday morning while diplomats worked to create a longer truce in the conflict that has killed more than 900 people, mostly Palestinian civilians. The cease-fire started at at 8 a.m....

Season ticket safety advice for Saints fans

Some Saints fans started getting their season tickets in the mail this week, just six weeks shy of the first regular season game.

Obama, Central American leaders meet on immigrant youth

Central American leaders signaled to President Barack Obama they're working on a "comprehensive plan" to address the underlying reasons for the surge of immigrant youth from their countries who are entering the United States illegally.

West Nile death reported in Caddo Parish

The first human case of a West Nile virus death has been reported in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Judge affirms $75.5M ruling in favor of firefighters

Civil District Judge Kern Reese affirms his June ruling Friday morning during a hearing between the city of New Orleans and attorney's for the New Orleans Fire Fighters Union.

4th annual New Orleans Daiquiri Festival expands to 2 days

The daiquiri is a staple in the Crescent City, and this weekend one local festival will provide a brain freeze that keeps on giving.

Hearing set in Bourbon Street fatal shooting

A magistrate judge has refused to move up a preliminary hearing for the only suspect in a deadly shooting on Bourbon Street in New Orleans.

La. attorney general joins in appeal of Ind. same-sex marriage case

Louisiana's attorney general has joined his counterparts in eight other states in supporting an appeal of a ruling that found Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.

Saints training camp: Byrd on PUP list, Graham looks fresh

The New Orleans Saints were on the practice field in West Virginia at The Greenbrier Resort for the first day of training camp Friday.

Woman attacked by two pit bull dogs near Slidell, Sheriff's Office says

A woman was attacked by two pit bull dogs near Slidell on Wednesday morning, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office said in a news release.

Israel rejects one-week Mideast cease-fire

Israel's security cabinet Friday unanimously rejected a proposed one-week humanitarian cease-fire, Israeli Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz told CNN.

Live: Saints Training Camp fan chat with Fletcher, Sharief

Fletcher Mackel and Sharief Ishaq chat LIVE about all things Saints today. Ask your sports questions or make your comments, and he'll answer some of them LIVE on WDSU.com!

Move over Hollywood! Louisiana is top for film production

With a temperate climate and generous tax incentives, Louisiana has been luring the California-based film industry south, creating thousands of new jobs and businesses in the process.

July 25 Exact Weather forecast: Less rain but more heat

High pressure will move in aloft decreasing rain and increasing temperatures.

Authorities search home of St. Bernard Parish President David Peralta

Authorities with the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff's Office, Louisiana State Police and possibly the Attorney General's Office searched the home and car of Parish President David Peralta on Friday morning.

Israel girds for 'day of rage'

A day after Israeli security forces killed at least two protesters amid a frenzied eruption of anger over the fatal shelling of a United Nations school, Palestinian leaders called for a "day of rage" Friday in the West Bank.

LSU enrolling patients in new kind of drug test in New Orleans

LSU Health Sciences Center says people with a common, hard-to-treat kind of lung cancer can join a new national trial to test drugs faster.

FEMA forgives two-thirds of Plaquemines Parish Katrina loan

The federal government has canceled $5.9 million in disaster loans given to Plaquemines Parish after Hurricane Katrina.
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