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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

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Man shot on Thalia Street; woman assaulted in Baronne Street home by ex-boyfriend, police say

A man was injured in a shooting on Thalia Street, and a woman was beaten unconscious by her ex-boyfriend on Baronne Street, according to New Orleans police weekend crime reports. Shortly before 10:30 p.m. Friday, June 15, a 20-year-old man was standing on a porch in the 2400 block of Thalia Street "when a gray sedan pulled up and an unknown subject fired three shots from the back passenger window," according to the initial NOPD report in that case.

10 pools to check out in New Orleans this summer

Ace Hotel New Orleans 600 Carondelet St., 900-1180; The pool area has lots of lounge chairs on the deck, a cocktail ledge in the pool and is attached to Alto, which serves lunch, dinner and drinks poolside. Pool access is free Monday-Thursday with no food or drink minimum purchase.

Clancy DuBos: New Orleans City Council and Airbnb prepare for war

The battle over city regulation of short-term rentals escalated last week when Airbnb stopped showing city license numbers on its New Orleans listings, making it more difficult for the city to enforce its STR ordinance. According to one City Council member, the move actually may hurt Airbnb's local hosts more than the city.

What to eat and drink in New Orleans this summer

The classic Mile High Pie at Jack Rose in the Pontchartrain Hotel is a delicious way to fight the summer heat. Beachbum Berry's Latitude 29 321 N. Peters St., 609-3811; Take a break from the hot French Quarter streets and sneak into Jeff "Beachbum" Berry's Polynesian-themed escape, where a long list of tiki cocktails and the subterranean vibe work to quench and replenish.

Cool summer 2018: your guide to summer in New Orleans

It's summertime in New Orleans once again , and though we've been here before, the speed and intensity with which this year's season arrived feels particularly brutal. Rather than try to escape the city during the dog days we suggest cooling off in dark, air-conditioned places with icy drinks and simple, cooling food that hasn't come anywhere near a stove.

The count: New Orleans' ranking among U.S. cities' shares of...

A study by Mortgage company Lending Tree examined 2017 mortgages for owner-occupied and non-owner-occupied properties to determine the effect on housing stock. The study found 13.4 percent of New Orleans mortgage loans last year were for homes the owner didn't occupy, compared to 15.4 percent in Oklahoma City, which ranked No.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions defends 'zero tolerance' policy in New Orleans speech amid protests

U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III speaks at the National Sheriffs' Association Opening Session at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La. Monday, June 18, 2018.

Photos: Immigration protests in New Orleans as Jeff Sessions speaks at sheriffs convention

In New Orleans on Monday, protests outside the city's convention center as Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen are among the speakers slated to address a gathering of the nation's sheriffs in New Orleans. Protestors are pushed back from the doors of the Ernest N. Morial contention Center by law enforcement officers while U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is speaking to the National Sheriffs' Association in New Orleans, La., Monday, June 18, 2018.

New Orleans City Council calls for end to 'un-American and inhumane' immigration policy

After defending the separation of migrant children from their families at U.S. borders, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen appeared in New Orleans June 18 to speak at the National Sheriff's Association's annual meeting, where they received a standing ovation from law enforcement inside the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center as protesters gathered outside . The New Orleans City Council denounced the DHS mandate at its June 7 meeting - and this morning, the body announced plans to issue a formal resolution demanding DHS put an "end to the un-American and inhumane" policy and calling on U.S. officials to work to reunite families.

Travel: Covington a quiet detour from raucous New Orleans

The north shore of Lake Pontchartrain isn't far from jazzy, raucous New Orleans, but it can seem a million miles away. These days, visitors can make the 24-mile drive across the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway from New Orleans to the north shore in well under an hour.

House Speaker Barras' leadership will be tested once again in upcoming special session

Speaker of the House Rep. Taylor Barras, R-New Iberia, announces the vote tally 80-18 as the House rejects the Senate amendments to send HB1, the budget bill, to conference committee on the final day of the Special Legislative Session June 4, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. During the regular legislative session, he sponsored two high-profile bills - one sought by Uber and Lyft, the other by owners of the Harrah's New Orleans casino - and both died thanks to the state Senate.

NOPD: Man reported missing from Bayou St. John neighborhood

New Orleans police are asking for the public's help in locating a man reported missing from the Bayou St. John neighborhood. Carrol Fisher, 30, was last seen at his home in the 3400 block of Esplanade Avenue, Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. According to police, Fisher reportedly called the person who reported him missing and said that he was leaving an electronics store before going to an unknown Walmart store.

Report: Nearly 41,000 homes in Louisiana could be at risk of chronic flooding by 2045

Carol Causey and her daughter Carol Causey, 3, make their way home through flood water after parking their car on the neutral ground on Jeff Davis Street in New Orleans, La. Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017.

The last time Louisiana legislators met in a 7th special session? Buddy Roemer was governor

The special legislative session that begins Monday will be the seventh during the term of Gov. John Bel Edwards, a dubious achievement for state lawmakers, one not equaled since 1991 when Buddy Roemer held the reins of power. Roemer had to call lawmakers into that seventh special session to redraw the boundaries of state legislative districts to match shifts in population in a way acceptable to him, a majority of the Legislature and the U.S. Justice Department.

Find of the Week: Artful acknowledgements of the dead

News with a Twist has teamed up with the Historic New Orleans Collection to bring you a unique find each week from the museum's vaults. "We're looking at two hair work immortelles, which are keepsake momentos of a deceased loved one, and these came to the Historic New Orleans Collection in the 1950s, so they are some of the earliest pieces in our collections here," explained Sarah Duggan, Classical Institute of the South coordinator and research curator.

Hollywood South News with Jabari: Local casting director talks acting in his new podcast

From acting in films to auditioning, these are the topics in Talking Like Normal People , a podcast geared towards giving in insight in the film industry. New Orleans casting director Ryan Glorioso developed the podcast so that people could learn the in's and out of acting in Hollywood South.

New initiative could help adults access higher education

One might think tuition rates and fees would rise as lawmakers struggle to fund higher education, but the Louisiana Community and Technical College System Board of Supervisors recently voted "no" to hikes. "We believe we're at a place where any increases in tuition and fees are going to limit access to people and that's simply not good for Louisiana's people, it's not good for the economy," said Louisiana's Community and Technical Colleges President Monty Sullivan.

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