[Contact]

Daily breaking news

πŸ”’
❌ About FreshRSS
There are new available articles, click to refresh the page.
Before yesterdayYour RSS feeds

Confederate statues still warehoused years after coming down

Nearly two years since three Confederate statues were taken down in New Orleans, officials are still trying to decide what to do with them.

College senior on spring break killed by tires that flew off truck

By Elizabeth Llorente

Margaret Maurer, who was 21, was walking back to her car from a restroom during a stop along a highway in Mississippi on Tuesday when two tires weighing a combined 500 lbs. dislodged from an 18-wheeler and struck her.

Sheriff: Hammer used to kill girlfriend, 2 children

Authorities say a man used a hammer to fatally bludgeon his girlfriend and two sleeping children in their suburban New Orleans apartment.

Battered wife acquitted in husband's 2005 shooting death

Applause broke out in a New Orleans courtroom when a judge declared a woman not guilty in the shooting death of her husband in 2005.

Chief: 3 may have been hit by police in New Orleans shootout

Three of five people wounded recently when a criminal suspect opened fire on police in downtown New Orleans may have been hit by officers shooting back, Police Superintendent Shaun Ferguson said Thursday.

White Man Who Shot Black Men After Hurricane Katrina Dies Days After Sentencing

By MATT STEVENS

Roland J. Bourgeois Jr. died on Feb. 19, five days after he was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the shootings.

No prosecution for Louisiana woman who posted video

A Louisiana woman arrested after posting a video of a school fight online will not be prosecuted.

Bystander killed, 2 men wounded in Bourbon Street shooting

New Orleans police say a female bystander was fatally shot as a man being ejected from a Bourbon Street eatery grabbed a security guard's gun and fired it several times as they struggled.

On Pro Basketball: For Anthony Davis and the Pelicans, the Solution Is to Stop Playing Games

By MARC STEIN

The N.B.A. had its reasons for forcing New Orleans to play its superstar after a trade request, but the risk is not worth the reward.

Pelicans Fire General Manager Dell Demps Amid Anthony Davis Trade Drama

By MARC STEIN

Demps had been under a fiery spotlight since Davis requested a trade in January. His standing only grew worse in recent weeks as Davis stayed put.

N.B.A. Denies Threatening Pelicans With Fines for Benching Anthony Davis

By MARC STEIN

Davis, who requested a trade last month, is one of several players who have been healthy scratches this season even though they wanted to play.

With Anthony Davis on His Way Out, New Orleans Tries to Plot Its Path

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

The Pelicans only have a few months left with their signature star, but until he is gone, a city hangs in the balance.

N.B.A. Trade Deadline: Anthony Davis Stays Put as East Powers Jockey

By MARC STEIN

The New Orleans Pelicans were unable to find a destination for Davis, but the Bucks, Raptors and 76ers all made deals as they race to the top of the Eastern Conference.

Knicks and Lakers Said to Be Top Destinations for Anthony Davis

By MARC STEIN

Davis might not be dealt away from New Orleans before Thursday’s trade deadline, but the Knicks remain one of his preferred teams for a long-term contract.

Anthony Davis Said to Be Willing to Sign With Knicks if Traded

By MARC STEIN

Davis, the New Orleans Pelicans’ All-Star, has included the Knicks on a list of four teams he would be willing to sign with for the long term if he is traded.

Saints Beat Patriots in β€œSuper Bowl LIII.”

By VICTOR MATHER

And other more exciting scenarios for the dud we watched Sunday night (we know, the Patriots beat the Rams, 13-3)

❌