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Looking for something new and interesting to get Dad for Father's Day? With the holiday fast approaching (June 16) we have rounded up a few unique gifts to help you out.

Angry parents called Eyewitness News after they were told their children's high school graduation ceremony was "full"

We never need a reason to celebrate in New Orleans, but a long weekend for Memorial Day on Monday seems like a great excuse to pull out the pool noodles and grills.

The coroner ruled it a suicide, but Orlando “Diego” Ramkhalawan’s family says it doesn't add up

The $44 million settlement would cover many of the lawsuits that have accused Harvey Weinstein of misconduct.

The Alvarez family said the government told them in November they wanted to take a piece of their land passed on from five generations for a border wall.

A man attempted to give a false name to police who were searching for him, but things didn't go exactly as planned.

In a win for advocates of affordable housing, the New Orleans City Council on Thursday approved plans for a mixed-income housing development in Bywater that would bring 82 affordable units

The New Orleans Saints have already wrapped up their first week of Organized Team Activities. The media had a chance to check out some of the newest members of the Saints at Thursday's practice, including tight end Jared Cook.

One of the new faces many members of the media had their eyes on was running back Latavius Murray whom the Saints signed this offseason.

Dermatologists are warning NOLA residents to use plenty of sunscreen to avoid burning and potentially skin cancer.

Cyril Grayson sees the media mob coming and makes a fast dash to his locker. He quickly punches in the code to the lock box, grabs a washcloth, wipes his

The Saints got their new guys out on the field two weeks ago with rookie minicamp, but this week was the first time the whole team was back in action for OTAs-- getting everyone up-to-speed and fitting new pieces in with the core of returners.

A man was shot in the Seventh Ward Thursday afternoon, according to the New Orleans Police Department.

A teaspoon of music, a pinch of history, a dripping roast beef po-boy, and a drop of festival: all the makings of a fine New Orleans Memorial Day weekend.

The women's clothing chain previously announced plans to shutter all its stores, but didn't lay out a timeline for closures until now.

The lightning speed at which computers, the internet, and smart-phone technologies are changing our world often seems in contrast to the public transportation systems riders have used and depended on for more than a centurybuses, cars, subways, and railroads
Our team of experts will separate reality from fantasy and discuss how the public transportation industry will lead in the technological space
What are the new technologies…