Where Y'Eat
12:55 pm
Sat October 2, 2010

Lee Barnes

New Orleans, LA –

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Gulf Oil Spill
7:23 pm
Thu September 30, 2010

Claims Process Speeding Up

New Orleans, La. – Claims administrator Kenneth Feinberg says the flood of checks in recent days is the result of a streamlined process he ordered over the weekend.

Feinberg is in charge of the $20 billion dollar fund the White House negotiated with the oil company.

Since taking over the claim process from BP in August, the fund has paid out more than 42-thousand requests for economic damages.

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WWNO News Reports
7:01 pm
Thu September 30, 2010

Two More New Orleans Police Officers Indicted

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WWNO News Reports
6:56 pm
Thu September 30, 2010

Mayor Landrieu Unveils Blight-Eradication Plan

New Orleans, La. – Mayor Landrieu announced his blight strategy in Central City, in front of a house deemed in danger of collapse. The city has as many as 60,000 similar properties, and leads the nation in blight. Landrieu says delays for demolition will now be tough to obtain.

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Where Y'Eat
6:24 pm
Thu September 30, 2010

Hardcore Soft Shell Crabs

Louisiana fisherman Joey Fonseca going after crabs on the prolific inland waters around Des Allemands.
Ian McNulty

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Arts & Culture
4:47 pm
Thu September 30, 2010

Local Artist Commemorates Katrina in Germany

New Orleans artist Jana Napoli

New Orleans, LA – Five years after the flooding of New Orleans, the city's tragedy still resonates with people around the world. Perhaps more than any news headline, the arts have played an important role in bringing the event home to worldwide audiences.

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All Things N. O.
2:02 pm
Thu September 30, 2010

All Things N.O. 9-30-10

New Orleans, LA – Jack Hopke hosts WWNO's weekly news magazine

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StoryCorps N.O.
10:56 am
Thu September 30, 2010

StoryCorps: Eric Murrell

Harriet (l) and Eric Murrell

Eric Murrell has had a long relationship with automobiles. It began as a boy, going to car lots with his grandfather, toting pencil and paper to make notes of car prices and design features. His father, Michael, taught him not only how to drive, but how to assemble the engine parts. His mother, Harriet, knew she was marrying a car buff from the start, but has enjoyed the family passion for automobiles.

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Arts & Culture
10:38 am
Thu September 30, 2010

Art for Arts' Sake 2010

New Orleans, La. – Large crowds are expected for citywide gallery openings as Art for Arts' Sake kicks off Saturday October 2, 2010.

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The Sound of Books
3:12 pm
Wed September 29, 2010

Scott Ellis's New History of the French Quarter "Madame Vieux Carre: The French Quarter in the Twentieth Century"

New Orleans – Today - on "The Sound of Books" -with Fred Kasten - first-time author Scott Ellis's new history volume "Madame Vieux Carre: The French Quarter in the Twentieth Century"...

To find out more about "Madame Vieux Carre" - please click here .

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