WWNO News Reports
8:14 pm
Thu May 6, 2010

Landrieu Names Police Chief

New Orleans, La. – Former New Orleans Police Assistant Superintendent Ronal Serpas didn't attend the news conference to announce his selection. He was in Nashville, dealing with flooding problems. Landrieu says he appreciated the irony, and said the people of New Orleans should be understanding.

"It should, however, make people in New Orleans very comfortable that we're getting a chief that understands emergency operation response."

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All Things N. O.
11:54 am
Thu May 6, 2010

All Things N.O. 5-6-10

New Orleans, LA – Bob Thomas from the Loyola Center or Environmental Communications, Brian Fitzpatrick on the online Gulf Oil Discussion group bpmacando.com, Eric Eagan looks at the spill effect on Lousiana Seafood, The Greater New Orleans Foundation Gulf Coast Spill Fund to aid those impacted, Story Corps New Orleans.

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Gulf Oil Spill
11:42 am
Thu May 6, 2010

GNOF oil spill relief fund

New Orleans, LA – The Greater New Orleans Foundation has launched a fund to help those impacted by the oil spill disaster

StoryCorps N.O.
10:48 am
Thu May 6, 2010

StoryCorps: Margie Vicknair-Pray and Luann Wenthold

Margie Vicknair-Pray and Luann Wenthold have been friends for 30 years. That bond became even stronger as Margie helped Luann slog through her Lakeview home after Hurricane Katrina. All was lost. But the struggles to come in weeks and years ahead involved strangers who were unsympathetic. And the insurance companies who fought paying claims for damages.

In this conversation, Margie and Luann remember some tough times, but an unexpected, life-affirming celebration provided by a football team. Luann begins with a special thanks.

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Where Y'Eat
1:59 am
Thu May 6, 2010

Frozen Cultural Assets

New Orleans Ice Cream Co.

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Gulf Oil Spill
9:32 pm
Wed May 5, 2010

Gulf Shipping Continues in Gulf

New Orleans, La. – So far, oil spewing from a BP well a mile under water hasn't closed off the mouth of the Mississippi River. Vessels have been moving through the Gulf's Southwest Pass to the Port of New Orleans, where officials are assured the spill won't be a problem through Thursday.
Gary LaGrange is president of the Port of New Orleans. He's keeping a close eye on what federal officials are saying about where the oil slick is headed.

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WWNO News Features
12:09 pm
Wed May 5, 2010

Times Picayune's Mark Schleifstein on the oil spill

New Orleans, LA – Mark Schleifstein, the Times Picayune evironment reporter, talks with WWNO's PAul Maassen about the Deepwater Horizon oil spill about the current progress and the impact on Louisiana

The Sound of Books
9:05 am
Wed May 5, 2010

New Orleans Actor Bryan Batt's New Book "She AIn't Heavy, She's My Mother: A Memoir"

New Orleans – Today - on "The Sound of Books" - conversation with New Orleans actor Bryan Batt - who won widespread critical and audience acclaim in his role as Sal Romano on the Emmy Award-winning drama "Mad Men" - and whose new "role" is author - his first book "She Ain't Heavy, She's My Mother: A Memoir" - just hit print...

For more information about Bryan Batt - and "She Ain't Heavy, She's My Mother: A Memoir" - please click here .

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Community Impact
11:17 am
Tue May 4, 2010

Community IMPACT Series: Responsibility House, May 4, 2010

New Orleans, LA – Community IMPACT Series: Responsibility House, May 4, 2010

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Gulf Oil Spill
9:38 pm
Mon May 3, 2010

Oil Spill Closes Waters from Louisiana to Florida

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