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Elections
6:05 am
Mon November 3, 2008

Voters to Choose U.S. Senator

Louisiana voters will be choosing a U.S. Senator. with incumbent Democrat Mary Landrieu facing off against Republican John Kennedy.

Elections
6:02 am
Mon November 3, 2008

Democratic Voters to Choose Second District Candidate

Democratic voters will be choosing a candidate in the Second District to face off next month in a general election.

Features
6:54 am
Mon October 13, 2008

Dutch Water and Urban Planners Check Out The Big Easy

Nearly two dozen water and urban planning experts from the Netherlands have been reviewing the system in the city of New Orleans. They've come up with some ambitious concepts outlined today at Tulane University.

Elections
4:29 am
Fri October 3, 2008

Elections To Shape Criminal Justice System

Saturday, October 4th, New Orleans' voters will decide who will represent them in the District Attorney's office and on the criminal court bench.

Demolitions
5:57 am
Mon September 29, 2008

N.O. City Council Discusses Demolition Moratorium

The New Orleans City Council will be discussing a possible moratorium on demolishing properties considered by officials to be in danger of collapse.

Road Home
4:16 am
Fri September 19, 2008

City Council Gets Road Home Update

The New Orleans City Council has been asked to keep up the pressure on the state's Road Home program. Members heard an update yesterday on what is — and isn't – happening with getting funds to people still working on recovery from Hurricane Katrina.

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NOPD
3:24 am
Wed September 10, 2008

NOPD Superintendent Riley says police "performed well"

New Orleans Police Superintendent Warren Riley.

New Orleans Police Superintendent Warren Riley says his department performed well during Hurricane Gustav; he checked with the department's Public Integrity Division and no complaints have been filed against officers. He says officers will continue to concentrate on anti-looting measures. About 50 people have been arrested for multiple counts of looting, and the number of incidents is declining.

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