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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
Towns/Cities near new orleans, louisiana : Marrero Chalmette Kenner River Ridge Harahan

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NASA's MAVEN mission insights about Mars helps with understanding Distant Planets Habitability

How long might a rocky, Mars-like planet be habitable if it were orbiting a red dwarf star? It's a complex question but one that NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution mission can help answer. "The MAVEN mission tells us that Mars lost substantial amounts of its atmosphere over time, changing the planet's habitability," said David Brain, a MAVEN co-investigator and a professor at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Regions Financial names new president

Turner takes over the title from Grayson Hall, 60, who will remain chairman and CEO, the $123 billion-asset company said in a news release Wednesday. Turner, 56, had been a senior executive vice president, a member of the bank's executive council and head of Region's corporate banking group.

Day UNO: When New Orleans went to college

The first graduating class of LSUNO attends commencement exercises in a tent erected on the school's lakefront campus in June 1962. LSUNO was founded in 1958 on the site of a former U.S. Naval air station.

This day in New Orleans: Jim Morrison's last show with The Doors, in 1970

In this Oct. 31, 1970 photo, Jim Morrison, left, appears with his attorney in the courtroom after Morrison was sentenced to six months in jail and fined $500 on conviction of profanity in public and indecent exposure at a 1969 show in Miami. Morrison was allowed out on $50,000 bond.

Woman accused of murder in shooting on Major Drive

A woman was booked Monday with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 22-year-old Taibe Coleman last week in New Orleans East, according to Orleans Parish court records. Porsha Smith, 26, is accused in the Dec. 4 shooting in the 4900 block of Major Drive.

New Orleans should limit industrial tax breaks, group says

New Orleans City Council members were told Tuesday that they should consider adopting a process to determine whether to continue a tax break to industrial businesses. The incentive is designed to encourage industrial businesses such as manufacturers to locate in Louisiana, bringing jobs and investment with them.

New Orleans Palestinian Solidarity Committee calls on City Hall to adopt human rights resolution

Members of the New Orleans Palestinian Solidarity Committee propose City Hall end doing business with companies engaged in human rights abuses. Eleven months after demanding City Hall's commitment to a human rights platform in the wake of President Donald Trump's sweeping executive orders on immigration, and getting some initial positive response from city officials, the New Orleans Palestinian Solidarity Committee has drafted its own resolution calling on the city to end business with companies that "may be culpable or complicit" in human rights abuses and war crimes.

Molestation, child porn trial of former New Orleans teacher, Boy Scout leader begins in St. Tammany

Photo provided by the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office - Dennis Mischler, 65, a former New Orleans school teacher and Scout leader, was booked in May of 2014 in St. Tammany Parish on charges including child pornography and attempted simple rape of a juvenile. Photo provided by the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office - Dennis Mischler, 65, a former New Orleans school teacher and Scout leader, was booked in May of 2014 in St. Tammany Parish on charges including child pornography and attempted simple rape of a juvenile.

Prescribed burn planned in marsh north of New Orleans

Weather permitting, federal crews will begin burning a small part of a national wildlife refuge north of New Orleans on Tuesday to kill invasive plants. The US Fish and Wildlife Service says it plans to burn about 60 acres of marsh in the Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge , starting Tuesday.

New head of New Orleans FBI office says terrorism, corruption will be top priorities

The new head of the New Orleans office of the FBI says fighting terrorism and public corruption will continue to be a top priority under his leadership. Eric Rommal sat down with FOX 8 to discuss Monday's terror attack in New York and the local office's active fight against public corruption.

Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area People in Business for Dec. 10, 2017

Watson has worked as a staff accountant in the audit department for five years. In her new role, she will lead and coach audit teams.

Broadmoor man pleads guilty to molestation, child porn; strikes deal to serve 5 years

Matthew Totaro pleaded guilty to one count of molestation of a juvenile and three counts of possession of pornography involving a juvenile in Orleans Criminal District Court on Monday, Dec. 11, 2017. The charges stemmed from actions Totaro took in 2013.

Sex crime trial of former New Orleans teacher and Boy Scout leader to begin

Jury selection began Monday in the trial of a former New Orleans teacher and Boy Scout leader accused of child pornography, sexual battery and molestation of a juvenile. Dennis Mischler, 65, of Covington , is being prosecuted in the 22nd Judicial District Court in Covington.

Man who shot New Orleans carjacking suspect: 'He needs to go to jail ... should learn his lesson'

On Sunday Bennie Sideboard shot at teenager trying to rob him front of his home. Photo taken in front of his home in New Orleans, La.

Man accused in Touro carjacking was shot by victim: NOPD

At left, Andrew Spikes, 17, is accused of armed robbery and was shot in the stomach while trying to steal a car early Sunday morning, Dec. 10, 2017. Jonah Marco, 21, is accused of driving Spikes and another man to the robbery and is facing a charge of accessory to armed robbery.

Murder suspect arrested in New Orleans is extradited to Wichita Co.

A 20-year-old Wichita Falls man, wanted for the late August murder of Clifton Carr, was booked into the Wichita Co. Jail on Monday morning.

New Orleans man gets five years for accidentally killing friend during drunken wrestling

A New Orleans man was sentenced to five years in prison Friday after pleading guilty to killing a friend while drinking vodka and wrestling in a backyard game room in Westwego. James Ferrier, 45, pleaded guilty to negligent homicide before Judge June Berry Darensburg of 24th Judicial District Court in Gretna for the killing of Steven Knight, of Woodbury, Tennessee.

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