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Kenner, a suburb of New Orleans, is located in Jefferson Parish in Louisiana between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. It is home to Rivertown and Laketown. Rivertown is a historic district that features numerous museums, shops and cultural resources. The area features Rivertown Repertory Theatre, Kenner's Heritage Park, Kenner's Planetarium & Science Museum, and fine dining restaurants. Laketown is a park that is located where Williams Boulevard hits Lake Pontchartrain that highlights a boat launch, pier, pavilions, a jogging/biking path, a bait house, and a concession stand.

Population: 70517
Local Newspapers: City Business Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints (NFL) New Orleans Pelicans (NBA) New Orleans Zephyrs (PCBL)
Local Colleges: Herzing University New Orleans

Zip Codes associated with kenner, louisiana: 70062 70065 70087 70094 70123
Towns/Cities near kenner, louisiana : Metairie River Ridge Norco Luling Boutte New Orleans

Kenner News
Recall Mike Yenni organizers file complaint against parish president

Organizers of a recall campaign against Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni say they are setting up tables along Mardi Gras parade routes to collect signatures. Organizers of a recall campaign against Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni say they have filed a complaint with the parish's inspector general's office after their request to place copies of a recall petition in public libraries was denied.

Kenner man accused of a series of home burglaries after fleeing police on bicycle

Advil Strowder, 47, has been charged with 10 counts of simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling and six counts of criminal trespassing, according to Kenner police said Monday . A Kenner man who hopped on a bicycle in efforts to escape police has been charged in a roughly year-long home-burglary spree that kicked off last January and culminated Thursday in his arrest near a newly burglarized home, according to the Kenner Police Department.

Louisiana politician recall would be easier under Rep. Paul Hollis' proposal

After witnessing a "charged public" fall short in its effort to kick St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan out of office, state Rep. Paul Hollis wants to make it easier for recall petitions to succeed in Louisiana's more populous voting districts. The Covington Republican told the House and Governmental Affairs Committee on Monday that he's seeking feedback on a potential bill for the regular legislative session that begins April 10. Hollis said he decided to move forward with a bill after gathering research and witnessing the failure to force a recall referendum on Galvan.

Carnival lovers watch as the Krewe of Carrollton parades through Lee Circle.

There were at least fifty officers in the vicinity of a shooting near the Pygmalion parade Saturday night that injured two people, one a 17-year old boy. "We had many officers right there, we even had officers from the Kenner police department assisting us.

2nd victim reported in Saturday shooting near St. Charles parade route

New Orleans police investigate a shooting near Lee Circle Saturday night Feb. 18, 2017. shooting near Lee Circle that occurred while the Krewe of Pygmalion was parading on the St. Charles Avenue parade route.

Alfred Hitchcock Spoof THE 39 STEPS to Begin Next Month at Rivertown Theaters

Rivertown Theaters for the Performing Arts continues its spectacular 2016-2017 season with the chaotic comedy The 39 Steps, running Friday, March 10 through March 26 on the MainStage. This two-time Tony Award winner enjoyed two runs on Broadway and played for 10 years in London's West End.

Metairie man accused of 2016 kidnapping attempt, Kenner police say

Angel Bonilla-Velasquez, 30, was booked with aggravated burglary and second-degree kidnapping Feb. 1 after he and an unidentified man tried to kidnap a woman on May 26, 2016. A 30-year-old Metairie man was arrested on the last day of January after authorities said he was involved in an attempted kidnapping in 2016.

Man killed by Kenner police shot 3 times, coroner says

The shooting death of 25-year-old Armond Jairon Brown by Kenner police has been ruled a homicide by the Jefferson Parish Coroner. The official cause of death is listed as distant gunshot wounds to the abdomen, groin and hip, according to the coroner's office.

N.O. airport's passenger traffic at all-time high, officials say

Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON - A Southwest flight lands near a taxiing charter plane earlier this year . Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON--Ground was broken for a new North Terminal at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport in Kenner, La.

The other historic battle of New Orleans

A boxing monument at the end of Williams Boulevard at the Mississippi River in Kenner's Rivertown remembers the 1970 bout that is recognized as the first-ever heavyweight prizefight. The Times-Picayune is marking the tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing 300 for 300 project, running through 2018 and highlighting the moments and people that connect and inspire us.

Ideal Market closes to support 'Day Without Immigrants'

Four workers stood at the door of the Ideal Market grocery store in Metairie on Thursday intercepting would-be shoppers to let them know the store was closed. Two signs were taped to the glass doors -- one in English, the other in Spanish -- explaining the closure is part of a national "Day Without Immigrants" business boycott to draw attention to the contribution that immigrant workers bring to the United States and its economy.

Gov. Edwards' plan to fill a $304M budget gap faces an uncertain fate

The Louisiana Legislature convened on Feb. 13 for a 10-day special session to address the state's $304 million midyear budget gap, but it remained unclear leading up to the session whether legislators-particularly Republicans-would approve Gov. John Bel Edwards' plan to solve the shortfall, which includes tapping into the Rainy Day Fund, or whether they had any alternative solutions to offer. The governor's plan calls for adjustments within the state budget-shifting finances, making cuts and using state reserves-but no new taxes or fees.

Kenner man accused of illegally possessing, firing gun

Jimmy Humphrey, 56, of Kenner was arrested Monday for illegally possessing and firing a gun in his neighborhood, according to police. A 56-year-old Kenner man was arrested Monday after police say he walked along a street in his neighborhood, firing four shots from a handgun at random.

Pretrial hearing set for suspect in North Shore kidnapping, Jefferson Parish chase

Jefferson Parish District Attorney Paul Connick charged Christopher Garcie, 41, of Kenner, with four counts of attempted first-degree murder for allegedly shooting at law enforcement officers during a 56-minute, 40-mile chase into Avondale from the North Shore. Authorities were pursuing Garcie, who is accused of kidnapping a woman he met online.

Gov. John Bel Edwards to choose interim Jefferson Parish Council member

Gov. John Bel Edwards will select an interim councilman for the Jefferson Parish Council. Council clerk Eula Lopez notified the governor's office by letter Monday that the District 4 seat has been vacant for more than 30 days and the council was unable to reach a majority consensus on an interim appointee.

New Orleans area special needs students 'shine' at prom night

A giant smile spread across Hannah LaCour's face as she and her date, Kenny Sill, waited in the crowded room for their prom photos to be taken. Her mother, Paula LaCour, stood nearby with her own camera in hand ready to capture the priceless moment.

Why did Mike Yenni choose YouTube video to deliver State of Jefferson Parish address?

Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni talks about his education task force at the Parish President's office in Elmwood, La. Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017.

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