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Located in southeastern Louisiana, it straddles the Mississippi River. The city is named after Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans, Regent of France, and is well known for its distinct Spanish architecture, as well as its cross cultural and multilingual heritage. New Orleans is famous for its cuisine, music (particularly as the birthplace of jazz), and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras.

Population: 336644
Local Newspapers: The Times-Picayune
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints (NFL) New Orleans Pelicans (NBA)
Local Colleges: Tulane University Loyola University New Orleans

Zip Codes associated with new orleans, louisiana: 70001 70002 70003 70005 70006 70032 70037 70041 70043 70056 70058 70072 70075 70083 70085 70092 70094 70112 70113 70114 70115 70116 70117 70118 70119 70121 70122 70123 70124 70125 70126 70127 70128 70129 70130 70131
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18-year-old arrested in armed robbery of teen girl at New Orleans East bus stop

Davis was arrested Monday in the June 20, 2017 robbery at Downman Road and Hayne Boulevard, police said. rederick M. Davis, 18, is accused in an armed robbery that targeted a 16-year-old girl at a New Orleans East bus stop.

Murder trial near in Reserve couple's drowning case

The first of two defendants charged with the 2014 drowning murders of Reserve's Kenneth and Lakeitha Joseph is expected to stand trial starting Monday . Criminal District Judge Ben Willard on Tuesday cleared the way for next week's trial of Horatio Johnson, when he denied defense attorney Bradley Phillips' plea for another postponement and assistant district attorney Kevin Guillory declared the state ready to try the high-profile case.

Louisiana governor seeks reinstatement of LGBT-rights order

Lawyers for Louisiana's governor and attorney general sparred Tuesday over the scope of the elected officials' authority and whether an executive order aimed at protecting LGBT rights in state government crossed a constitutional line. Gov. John Bel Edwards, a Democrat, is asking an appeals court to reinstate his April 2016 order banning discrimination in government and state contracts based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Two arrested for string of armed robberies in New Orleans

Two men are behind bars for committing a string of armed robberies this month, according to the New Orleans Police Department. On Aug. 11, Fifth District officers along with the NOPD's TIGER Unit arrested Joseph Lewis, 22, and Laquan Grant, 23, in connection with a series of armed robberies that occurred in early August.

New Orleans man on trial for KIPP Believe girl's kidnapping, murder

Eric 'Teddy' Adams, 22, faces a mandatory life sentence if convicted of the second-degree murder of 15-year-old Christine Marcelin, who was shot to death in April 2012. Eric 'Teddy' Adams, 22, faces a mandatory life sentence if convicted of the second-degree murder of 15-year-old Christine Marcelin, who was shot to death in April 2012.

800-plus in New Orleans file flood claims; Landrieu addresses S&WB 'mistake,' lack of info

A passenger steps off a streetcar after it broke down Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017, after a deluge in the New Orleans area caused widespread flash flooding. Olivia Pearce, left, and Richard Leveille, both of Mandeville, cross a flooded O'Keefe Avenue at Poydras Street Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017, after a deluge in the New Orleans area caused widespread flash flooding.

1892: A gentleman, a brawler and the New Orleans fight that reinvented boxing

This drawing shows fight action between heavyweight Jim Corbett, left, and John L. Sullivan in New Orleans in 1892. Sullivan, champion for more than a decade, was defeated by Corbett in the first fight fought with padded gloves, $100 ringside seats and a purse of $25,000 with side bets of $10,000.

New luxury paddle-wheeler sails from Port of New Orleans

A new paddle-wheel river boat set sail out of the Port of New Orleans. American Queen Steamboat Company officials christened the American Duchess Monday, with the traditional breaking a bottle of bourbon on over the hull.

Police: Miracle no one hit in gunfire outside downtown New Orleans hotel early Saturday

It was a miracle no one was hit when a Baton Rouge-area man wielding a pair of guns inexplicably fired bullets at two cars and a hotel entrance in New Orleans' Central Business District early Saturday, before he was captured in a parking garage by state troopers after more shots were fired, police said in court documents released Monday. Hotel industry officials also were relieved the arrest of Joseph Gene David III, 27, was the only consequence of a rampage that police said erupted outside La Quinta Inn and Suites in the 300 block of Camp Street.

Trial delayed for New Orleans man accused of 3 killings, shooting of boy

Isaac C. Jones, 27, stands accused of three murders, two attempted murders and two other gun-related charges for offenses alleged between May 2012 and April 2013, according to an Orleans Parish grand jury indictment. Isaac C. Jones, 27, stands accused of three murders, two attempted murders and two other gun-related charges for offenses alleged between May 2012 and April 2013, according to an Orleans Parish grand jury indictment.

Pines Village resident jumps from window to escape fire

A man was injured early Monday morning after he jumped from a second-floor window to escape a fire at his Pines Village townhouse, New Orleans Fire Department officials said. A man was injured early Monday morning after he jumped from a second-floor window to escape a fire at his Pines Village townhouse, New Orleans Fire Department officials said.

Partly sunny with 50 percent chance of rain Monday in New Orleans: Aug. 14 forecast

Monday in New Orleans should be partly sunny with a 50 percent chance of rain. Monday in New Orleans should be partly sunny with a 50 percent chance of rain.

French Quarter visitor loses pants and more to women in robbery

New Orleans police said a 39-year-old man was robbed of his pants and belongings early Sunday after accepting a ride out of the French Quarter from two women in a white Chevrolet Suburban SUV. New Orleans police said a 39-year-old man was robbed of his pants and belongings early Sunday after accepting a ride out of the French Quarter from two women in a white Chevrolet Suburban SUV.

Boy, 12, reports kidnap attempt in Gentilly, New Orleans police say

New Orleans police said a 12-year-old boy reported that a man in a white Ford pickup truck attempted to kidnap him late Saturday night near the intersection of Elysian Fields Avenue and Gentilly Boulevard. New Orleans police said a 12-year-old boy reported that a man in a white Ford pickup truck attempted to kidnap him late Saturday night near the intersection of Elysian Fields Avenue and Gentilly Boulevard.

New Orleans man guilty of raping 7-year-old girl left with STD

Andrew Hunter Jr., 26, will serve a mandatory life prison sentence after being found guilty of raping a 7-year-old girl inside her St. Roch-area home on Oct. 17, 2014. Andrew Hunter Jr., 26, will serve a mandatory life prison sentence after being found guilty of raping a 7-year-old girl inside her St. Roch-area home on Oct. 17, 2014.

New Orleans Flood: Sewer turbine fixed, generators readying

Today, Mayor Mitch Landrieu and City officials provided an update on the status of the Sewerage and Water Board's drainage system in New Orleans. The turbine damaged on Wednesday night, Turbine #1, is running after being successfully repaired and gradually brought back online.

White House's Omarosa Manigault jeered during panel talk in New Orleans

White House official Omarosa Manigault-Newman clashed with a veteran news anchor during a panel discussion on policing in black communities held at the largest gathering of black journalists in the country. The director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison was a late addition to the Friday afternoon panel at the National Association of Black Journalists convention in New Orleans.

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