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Venetian Isles was dealing with high water from Beta Monday. "I've been back here about 30 years and every year the water seems like it comes up more and more," said Venetian Isles resident David Bordelon.
The extra $600 a week unemployment supplement from the Federal government expires in two weeks. And, some unemployed workers say they don't know how they'll make ends meet if lawmakers don't extend that money.
While the rest of Louisiana has already entered into Phase 2 of reopening the economy following the Covid-19 pandemic, New Orleans will start phase 2 Saturday.That means New Orleans restaurants will be able to expand their capacity to 50%.
Trichelle McDaniel came to Touro's Emergency Room on March 11th with flu-like symptoms. She was 35 weeks pregnant. It was soon discovered she was positive for Covid-19. She went into preterm labor and had to undergo an emergency C-section.
LSU Health Infectious Diseases Chief, Julio Figueroa, M.D. says it's not recommended that people who are well be tested for Coronavirus. But, those who have flu like symptoms should call their doctor to see what testing should be done.
The Associated Press and attorneys for alleged child sex abuse victims were in Civil Court Thursday arguing that emails between the Saints and the Archdiocese of New Orleans should not remain confidential.
As an Orleans Civil Court judge ruled local media will have access to a hearing over Saints emails, in court filings, attorneys for alleged child sex abuse victims claim the team pulled community leaders into the handling of the church sex abuse fallout.
A victory for the Associated Press Friday in its fight to have emails between the Saints and the Archdiocese of New Orleans made public. An Orleans Parish Civil Court judge ruled the AP can move forward with its case.
Mayor Latoya Cantrell sent a scathing letter to the New Orleans City Council Tuesday night adamantly opposing a special council meeting on the Hard Rock Hotel collapse. That meeting is planned for Wednesday afternoon