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Cumulus NOLA Best Po-Boy Competition

Cumulus NOLA Best Po-Boy Competition

There is no other food that screams New Orleans more than the po-boy. Everyone has their opinion on who has the best po-boy in New Orleans, no matter if it’s a shrimp, hot sausage or roast beef po-boy. We want to find out who has the best po-boy in New Orleans and have fun while…More

Win LYNYRD SKYNYRD Tickets!

Win LYNYRD SKYNYRD Tickets!

Enter to win tickets to see LYNYRD SKYNYRD featuring Hank Williams Jr. on May 17 for their LAST SHOW in New Orleans! You don’t wanna miss it! Want more ways to enter? Join our text club for more info (Text KREWE to 68255. Messaging and data rates may apply.) For ticket information, visit ticketmaster.com CLICK…More

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Last-second shot lifts LSU over Maryland 69-67, Tigers to Sweet 16

Tremont Waters drove around three defenders and flipped in a shot with 1.6 seconds remaining to give LSU a 69-67 victory over Maryland in the second round of the East Region.Maryland rallied from a 15-point deficit in the second half, setting up the thrilling finish. Skylar Mays hit a 3-pointer with 40 seconds left, giving…More

Former Slidell postal worker admits to theft of checks, gift cards, cash

A former postal worker has pleaded guilty to stealing mail when she worked at a U.S. Post Office in Louisiana.U.S. Attorney Peter Strasser said in a news release that 25-year-old Bria Davis worked at the post office in Slidell. Prosecutors said that from September 2016 until January 2017, she stole mail containing checkbooks, gift cards,…More

Former Slidell postal workers admits to theft of checks, gift cards, cash

A former postal worker has pleaded guilty to stealing mail when she worked at a U.S. Post Office in Louisiana.U.S. Attorney Peter Strasser said in a news release that 25-year-old Bria Davis worked at the post office in Slidell. Prosecutors said that from September 2016 until January 2017, she stole mail containing checkbooks, gift cards,…More

Louisiana oil, gas lobbying group selects first female chair in its 97-year history

One of Louisiana’s major oil and gas lobbying groups has elected its first female chair.Gloria Moncada was selected for the leadership role at the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association during its annual meeting this month. She is the first female chair of the organization in its 97-year history.Moncada is plant manager for the ExxonMobil…More

Mississippi school tells teachers to remove religious items

Officials in a northeast Mississippi school district are telling teachers to remove crosses, scripture and other religious items after a complaint.Lee County school district attorney Gary Carnathan tells the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal that teachers at Saltillo Elementary School were told to remove the items this week from classrooms and hallways. He says district leaders…More

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