Author: Juliana Mazza

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The Orleans Parish School Board will vote Thursday on a new President and the top contender, Leslie Ellison, is being accused of discrimination. [Read More]
Tense moments during meeting... [Read More]
The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a shooting left two women wounded in the 600 block of Canal Street around 4:39 p.m. Sunday. [Read More]
Lafourche Parish Sheriff Craig Webre announced a Bayou Blue woman has been charged with murder, accused of stabbing her boyfriend in the chest early Saturday... [Read More]
Sept. 9th shots rang out near Conrad Playground Park in Hollygrove. An innocent bystander, 16-year-old Selicia Nabor, was shot in the head and left brain-dead. [Read More]
Shots rang out near Conrad Playground Park Sept. 9, in Hollygrove leaving two people critically wounded. One of the victims, 16-year-old Selicia Nabor has been... [Read More]
Hundreds, including Saints players, protest Kenner Mayor's controversial Nike memo. [Read More]
Young man killed in deadly motorscooter accident in St. Roch neighborhood... [Read More]
WDSU Anchor Juliana Mazza visited St. Bernard and Orleans parishes and has a look at the preparations underway ahead of Tropical Storm Gordon. [Read More]
St. Tammany Parish President Pat Brister announced the Parish will distribute sandbags at five location Monday and Tuesday. [Read More]
Flag football game for charity... [Read More]
For the last 10 years, Criminal Defense Attorney Nandi Campbell has been practicing in New Orleans. But Wednesday she found herself in handcuffs, kicked out... [Read More]
JPSO says what started as a reported disturbance ended in a two car crash sending eight people to the hospital. Officials say charges will likely... [Read More]
A look at all the sights and sounds of a second line celebration in Treme honoring the late Aretha Franklin. [Read More]
The Organ Grinders and the Musicians' Clinic & Assistance Foundation partnered with the Blood Center of New Orleans for the 5th Annual Tropical Blood Drive. [Read More]
The Humane Society of Louisiana worked with the Sheriff's deputies in Allen Parish to rescue dozens of long suffering animals. [Read More]
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