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Feds to decide if rare Louisiana turtle needs endangered species protection

Feds to decide if rare Louisiana turtle needs endangered species protection

You are the owner of this article.The Pearl River map turtle is found only in Louisiana and Mississippi.The Pascagoula map turtle lives only in the Pascagoula River system in Mississippi. It and the similar Pearl River map turtle are under consideration for endangered species protection.After more than a decade of pressure from environmental groups, federal wildlife managers have agreed to consider whether rare freshwater turtles found only in Louisiana and Mississippi should receive endangered species protections.Pearl River and Pascagoula map turtles , say the Center for Biological...

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13 people shot, 4 of them dead: New Orleans' July 4th weekend marred by gun violence

13 people shot, 4 of them dead: New Orleans' July 4th weekend marred by gun violence

You are the owner of this article.The Fourth of July holiday weekend was marred by a rash of gun violence in New Orleans, with local law enforcement reporting three people killed and nine others injured following several incidents between Friday night and Sunday evening.The New Orleans Police Department said officers responded to seven total shootings throughout the city over the three-day weekend as some residents gathered to revel during the holiday.The violence began Friday, the bloodiest day of the three, when seven people were injured and two were killed.The first incident of the...

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Former Opelousas officer who lied to cover for Clay Higgins is now on the congressman's payroll

Former Opelousas officer who lied to cover for Clay Higgins is now on the congressman's payroll

You are the owner of this article.The Opelousas Police Department officer busted alongside now-Congressman Clay Higgins for lying to internal affairs in 2007 about the unjustified beating of a bystander has been on the congressman’s payroll since shortly after Higgins took office three and a half years ago.John Chautin, a former Opelousas patrolman, helped Higgins violently take the man — Andre “Red” Richard” — to the ground after Richard pulled up outside a house that Higgins, Chautin and other police officers were searching. An internal affairs report found that Higgins and Chautin tried...

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Under Congress police reform package, Clay Higgins' own policing career might've drawn closer scrutiny

Under Congress police reform package, Clay Higgins' own policing career might've drawn closer scrutiny

You are the owner of this article.Clay Higgins pictured at a press conference announcing his initial campaign for Congress in 2016.Advocate staff photo by LESLIE WESTBROOK -- Capt. Clay Higgins, spokesperson for the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office, speaks into the camera as he and law enforcement personnel from various agencies and black community leaders create a video asking for the public's help in bringing members of the Gremlins street gang to justice Wednesday, February 17, 2016, at the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office Public Safety Complex in Opelousas, La.Amid a spirited and...

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Tenant advocates overwhelmed from influx of calls for help as evictions resume in Louisiana

Tenant advocates overwhelmed from influx of calls for help as evictions resume in Louisiana

You are the owner of this article.Sada Jones stands outside her home at Cypress Park Apartments in New Orleans, Thursday, April 16, 2020.Sada Jones stands outside her home at Cypress Park Apartments in New Orleans, Thursday, April 16, 2020.Sada Jones walks across the parking lot at Cypress Park Apartments in New Orleans, Thursday, April 16, 2020.Sada Jones stands outside her home at Cypress Park Apartments in New Orleans, Thursday, April 16, 2020.Sada Jones stands outside her home at Cypress Park Apartments in New Orleans, Thursday, April 16, 2020.Sada Jones walks across the parking lot at...

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NBA confirms New Orleans created a 'safe and healthy' plan to host season restart

NBA confirms New Orleans created a 'safe and healthy' plan to host season restart

You are the owner of this article.On the same day New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell if residents didn’t do a better job of following restrictions, Cantrell suggested on Twitter she was on board with the idea of bringing the NBA’s restart to the city in an effort to “save our tourism.”On Wednesday, Forbes  a group of Pelicans executives and city and state officials had put together a “strong bid” to host the remainder of the NBA season. The bid included plans to house teams in the Hyatt downtown and hold games at Smoothie King Center, Forbes said.On June 4, the NBA’s board of governors...

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Jahri Evans, Roman Harper announced as Saints' 2020 Hall of Fame inductees

Jahri Evans, Roman Harper announced as Saints' 2020 Hall of Fame inductees

You are the owner of this article.Jahri Evans (left) and Roman Harper (right)Rookie lineman Jahri Evans blocks in a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans, Saturday, Aug. 12, 2006. (Photo by Michael DeMocker, | The Times-Picayune)Like the season before when the Saints were defending Super Bowl champions, they had the (un)pleasure of doing the same for the Green Bay Packers, who were coming off a world championship of their own. This went as well for the Packers on Sept. 8, 2011, as it had for the Saints the prior season. Aaron Rodgers (12) zipped three touchdown passes in the first...

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Supreme Court rejects Donald Trump's effort to end protections for young immigrants

Supreme Court rejects Donald Trump's effort to end protections for young immigrants

You are the owner of this article.WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected President Donald Trump’s effort to end legal protections for 650,000 young immigrants, a stunning rebuke to the president in the midst of his reelection campaign.For now, those immigrants retain their protection from deportation and their authorization to work in the United States.The outcome seems certain to elevate the issue in Trump's campaign, given the anti-immigrant rhetoric of his first presidential run in 2016 and immigration restrictions his administration has imposed since then.The justices...

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Watch: New Orleans protesters take down statue of John McDonogh, toss it in Mississippi River

Watch: New Orleans protesters take down statue of John McDonogh, toss it in Mississippi River

You are the owner of this article.A photo from Duncan Plaza (left) shows a protest sign sitting where the bust of John McDonogh was after protesters defaced it and took it down before tossing it into the Mississippi River (right). Protesters sit outside the New Orleans Criminal District Court at Tulane and Broad after two people were detained for aiding in the the defacement of the John McDonogh statue in Duncan Plaza and tossing it into the Mississippi River.A sign supporting transgender and LGBTQ rights is placed where the former bust of John McDonogh sat in Duncan Plaza after protesters...

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'Symbols are powerful things': New Orleans Council readies changes to Confederate street names

'Symbols are powerful things': New Orleans Council readies changes to Confederate street names

You are the owner of this article.The intersection of Robert E. Lee Blvd. and Beauregard Ave. in New Orleans, La. Wednesday, June 10, 2020. Beauregard Ave. is named after Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, a St. Bernard Parish born Confederate General and Robert E. Lee Blvd. is named after Gen. Robert E. Lee who was the commander of the Confederate Army during the Civil War.CONFEDERATE STREET NAMES IN NEW ORLEANS: Amid widespread protests against racism and police brutality, the New Orleans City Council announced it will be considering renaming streets, parks and places that honor white supremacists....

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Louisiana reports increase in coronavirus cases from Phase 1 of reopening; see regional data

Louisiana reports increase in coronavirus cases from Phase 1 of reopening; see regional data

You are the owner of this article.A barker outside the Royal House waves in the French Quarter as New Orleans begins to open up again amid the coronavirus pandemic Friday, May 29, 2020.Louisiana saw the number of newly reported infections rise over the past week as cases during the first phase of the state's re-opening began showing up in official data.An analysis by The Times-Picayune and The Advocate of data from the Louisiana Department of Health shows 20% more new infections were reported between May 29 and June 4 than had been detected in the week before, an increase that outpaced the...

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Thousands gather around closed Jackson Square as New Orleans demonstrations continue

Thousands gather around closed Jackson Square as New Orleans demonstrations continue

You are the owner of this article.Protesters gather around Jackson Square in New Orleans, La. Friday, June 5, 2020, demonstrating the racial tensions stemming from the death of George Floyd and similar racially charged acts of violence around the country. (Photo by David Grunfeld, , The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate)Demonstrators gather on Decatur Street in front of Jackson Square Friday night, the eighth day of demonstrations and marches in New Orleans. (Staff photo by Max Becherer)Protesters gathered outside Jackson Square in New Orleans Friday night. (Photo by Sophia...

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See coronavirus cases charted per day for every Louisiana parish

See coronavirus cases charted per day for every Louisiana parish

You are the owner of this article.As most of Louisiana enters Phase 2 of reopening and loosening restrictions associated with the on June 5, take a look at how new cases are trending in your parish and other nearby parishes.Some guidelines for Phase 2:- Businesses that have been operating at 25% capacity boost that to 50%.- Bars that don’t serve food will be allowed to open for the first time since March, albeit under a stricter 25% capacity.- Other businesses that have been shuttered, including spas, massage establishments and tattoo parlors, will be allowed to reopen with...

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NOPD fires tear gas into crowd of protesters after it 'refused to comply'

NOPD fires tear gas into crowd of protesters after it 'refused to comply'

You are the owner of this article.NOPD fires gas into crowd of protesters near Crescent City Connection.Law enforcement fires gas into crowd of protesters near Crescent City Connection.NOPD fires gas into crowd of protesters near Crescent City Connection.NOPD fires gas into crowd of protesters near Crescent City Connection.NOPD fires gas into crowd of protesters near Crescent City Connection.NOPD fires gas into crowd of protesters near Crescent City Connection.Law enforcement fires gas into crowd of protesters near Crescent City Connection.NOPD fires gas into crowd of protesters near...

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Tropical Storm Cristobal expected to make landfall in Louisiana on Monday: see track

Tropical Storm Cristobal expected to make landfall in Louisiana on Monday: see track

You are the owner of this article.Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to make landfall in Louisiana early Monday, according to the National Hurricane Center's track forecast. Here's the track as of 7 a.m. Wednesday. (Image via National Hurricane Center)Tropical Storm Cristobal became better organized overnight, the National Hurricane Center said Wednesday morning, June 3, 2020. (Image via NOAA)The National Hurricane Center forecasts that Tropical Storm Cristobal will turn north into the Gulf of Mexico later this week. Here are the chances, as of Wednesday morning, of tropical-storm-force...

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Krewe of Nyx captain apologizes for ‘All Lives Matter’ post that angered some members

Krewe of Nyx captain apologizes for ‘All Lives Matter’ post that angered some members

You are the owner of this article.The Mystic Krewe of Nyx parades through New Orleans on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.Julie Lea, reigning as the queen of King Arthur in 2017The Mystic Krewe of Nyx  parade 2017. The Mystic Krewe of Nyx parades through New Orleans on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.The Mystic Krewe of Nyx parades through New Orleans on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.The Mystic Krewe of Nyx parades through New Orleans on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.The Mystic Krewe of Nyx with more than 3,000 women rolls down the Uptown parade route in New Orleans on Wednesday, February 27, 2019....

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James Gill: Oil companies can't win in court, but they can win in the Legislature

James Gill: Oil companies can't win in court, but they can win in the Legislature

You are the owner of this article.Oil and gas companies must figure they could not win in court, else they wouldn't have gone to such extraordinary lengths to avoid facing lawsuits filed by seven Louisiana parishes.Thus they confirm that their derelictions contributed mightily to the galloping disappearance of the wetlands that have sustained a rich wildlife and shielded us from the storms that grow ever more intense.Their own studies have pegged their responsibility for the land loss at more than 30%.A state Senate committee last week passed a bill that would quash the litigation by...

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Wendy Good, attorney and chronicler of Mardi Gras Indians and their culture, dies

Wendy Good, attorney and chronicler of Mardi Gras Indians and their culture, dies

You are the owner of this article.Wendy Good, a journalist-turned-lawyer who was fascinated by Mardi Gras Indians and spent six years chronicling their culture and their lives in hundreds of words and pictures, died Sunday of brain cancer at her New Orleans home. She was 61. Good, a lifelong fan of New Orleans music, said her interest in Indians extended beyond the intricacy and beauty of their suits, which often take a year to assemble."I began to wonder who these people were when they were not suited up and what they did when they weren’t suited up — what did they do for jobs and what did...

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'We're screwed': The only question is how quickly Louisiana wetlands will vanish, study says

'We're screwed': The only question is how quickly Louisiana wetlands will vanish, study says

You are the owner of this article. The marshes of Southeast Louisiana are washing away with salt water intrusion in St. Bernard Parish Thursday, November 13, 2008. Photo by David Grunfeld, The Times-Picayune,Wetlands south of New Orleans is seen during a flyover of coastal Louisiana on Friday, May 18, 2018. (Photo by Brett Duke, | The Times-Picayune)An aerial view of Mississippi Delta wetlands that may disappear because of sea level rise fueled by global warming.A new study warns that sea level rise will swallow 5,800 square miles of wetlands in Louisiana. This map is the state’s 2017...

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New Orleans designer develops face masks with holes for sipping cocktails during the coronavirus era

New Orleans designer develops face masks with holes for sipping cocktails during the coronavirus era

You are the owner of this article.Ellen Macomber has produced beverage-friendly coronavirus avoidance masks.Artist and fashion designer Ellen MacomberEllen Macomber's beverage-friendly coronavirus avoidance masks are meant, in part, as an inside joke about New Orleans prioritiesFashion designer Ellen Macomber has begun producing -era masks perforated with small lip-level holes. Her new creation is meant to answer the crucial question: How are you supposed to sip a cocktail while wearing a mask?Behind the hole, Macomber points out, there’s a little flap of fabric that closes like a trap door...

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Retired New Orleans priest invokes rights against self-incrimination in molestation lawsuit

Retired New Orleans priest invokes rights against self-incrimination in molestation lawsuit

You are the owner of this article.In a clear sign of concern about potential criminal charges, a retired New Orleans priest who is accused in a lawsuit of sexually molesting “countless” children invoked his constitutional rights against self-incrimination shortly before his deposition.Lawrence Hecker, through his attorney, served notice March 13 — during the early days of New Orleans’ coronavirus pandemic — that he would essentially exercise his right to remain silent “from this point forward” in a lawsuit filed against him and the Archdiocese of New Orleans in April 2019, according to...

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Alabama sex offender wanted for kidnapping 73-year-old, police chase through New Orleans

Alabama sex offender wanted for kidnapping 73-year-old, police chase through New Orleans

You are the owner of this article.A man registered as a sex offender in Alabama who is wanted for kidnapping a 73-year-old woman in LaPlace is at large after twice escaping authorities and leading them on a chase, once through New Orleans, according to law enforcement.St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office first asked for the public's help in finding Aaron Dun, the suspect, on Thursday.Authorities had said on Tuesday that he broke into a woman's home in LaPlace, kidnapped her at knifepoint, brought her to a hotel and stole her car. He had already led Louisiana State Police on one...

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Is your part of Louisiana ready to reopen? Here's how to interpret key coronavirus data

Is your part of Louisiana ready to reopen? Here's how to interpret key coronavirus data

You are the owner of this article.Dr. Alex Billioux, assistant secretary for the Office of Public Health, stands next to the day's numbers as he listens as Governor John Bel Edwards speaks with members of the media during a press conference Thursday, April 30, 2020, at GOHSEP in Baton Rouge, La.Louisiana Regions MapGov. John Bel Edwards will announce on Monday whether Louisiana is ready to start relaxing restrictions put in place on businesses to help suppress the state's outbreak. As he does so, he'll be studying charts and data put together by the Centers for Disease Control and...

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Records: $325K settlement paid in death of Victor White III in Iberia Parish Sheriff's patrol car

Records: $325K settlement paid in death of Victor White III in Iberia Parish Sheriff's patrol car

You are the owner of this article.Victor White IIIIberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal Victor White IIIIberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal Iberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal’s office agreed to a $325,000 settlement two years ago over the high-profile shooting death of Victor White III as he sat handcuffed in the backseat of a patrol car six years ago, according to copies of checks released this week by a state sheriff’s insurance pool.The long-sealed settlement figure, public for the first time after a successful legal challenge by The Advocate, includes a $133,000 annuity, presumably for White’s...

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NOFD chief orders historic buildings near Hard Rock torn down, clearing way for hotel demolition

NOFD chief orders historic buildings near Hard Rock torn down, clearing way for hotel demolition

You are the owner of this article.Workers perform a controlled demolition of two construction cranes at the site of the partially collapsed Hard Rock hotel in New Orleans, La., Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019.Fire Chief Tim McConnell ordered the demolition of three historic properties next to the Hard Rock hotel as part of the developers' plan to tear down the collapsed building.Two cranes fall in a controlled, explosive demolition at the Hard Rock Hotel in New Orleans Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019.Demolition of the cranes at the Hard Rock Hotel on Canal Street in New Orleans on Sunday, October 20,...

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