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  • Mr. Okra, the flavor of New Orleans: 1 of 300
    Part of a New Orleans tricentennial series on the people and events that connect and inspire us.
  • Dan Bongino: Pelosi ‘Disgraces’ Herself and Party by ‘Knowingly’ and ‘Wittingly’ Lying to the American People About Collusion Scandal
    ‘People like Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi, these hyper partisans, maybe need to look in the mirror a little bit at their own party’
  • 19-year-old victim identified in shooting at BREC Cadillac Street Park
    BATON ROUGE - One person is dead after a reported shooting occurred at the BREC Cadillac Street Park.According to authorities, the incident took place in the 6000 block of Cadillac Street near Kissel Street.Around 10:30 a.m., the victim was found lying in the park area and was pronounced dead on scene as a result of the shooting, Baton Rouge Police said.Family and friends have identified the victim as 19-year-old Dequantay Singleton.                                      Officials told the victim's family that Singleton had been shot three times. Authorities believe the shooting happened overnight."Nobody deserves to murdered, gunned downed," Chris Singleton, the victim's cousin, told WBRZ. Police have yet to identify a motive or any suspects involved in the fatal shooting.BRPD Chief Murphy Paul said, "It is important that those around here, that anybody who has information provides it to law enforcement to help our investigation."This is a developing story. Check back for updates.Permalink| Comments
  • Grandmother died after surgeons mistakenly drilled her skull; family won't get a penny
    $20 million award voided because victim's lawyers used the wrong argument
  • Poodle on the run causes hour-long delay on New York City subway
    One little bundle of fur made a lot of people late.
  • Man arrested for feeding cocaine and whiskey to goat
    Footage from the incident shows the suspect holding the goat's horns while a second male inserted cocaine into the animal's nostril.
  • Mr. Okra's daughter will keep his truck on the road in New Orleans
    Sergio Robinson expects to take over the route run by her father for years.
  • Multiple apartments burned, more than thirty homeless after blaze
    BATON ROUGE – A firefighter and two residents sustained minor medical complications in an overnight fire at a large apartment complex on Jefferson Highway east of Airline Highway.Thirty-five people were displaced in the fire at Jefferson Lakes early Saturday morning.A handful of apartment units burned as the fire tore through two floors of a building.The St. George Fire Department is investigating.Those who complained of injuries did not need to be taken to the hospital. The firefighter was treated on the scene for dehydration.************************Follow the publisher of this post on Twitter: @treyschmaltzPermalink| Comments
  • Man arrested for first-degree rape after sexually assaulting 12-year-old
    BATON ROUGE - A 42-year-old man was arrested after he reportedly sexually assaulted a 12-year-old that was spending the night at his house in July of 2016.On July 24, 2016, authorities were called to a local hospital in reference to a sexual assault. According to arrest records, the female victim was spending the night at a cousin's house on Cyrus Avenue when the incident took place.Sometime during the night, her cousin's father, James Hughes of Wapakoneta, Ohio, went and got into bed with the two. The victim knew the dad as "James," according to arrest records.The victim told authorities that Hughes whispered into her ear not to tell anyone. Hughes then sexually assaulted the victim, according to arrest records.A sexual assault exam was performed on the victim. Evidence collected from the exam was sent to the Louisiana State Police Crime Lab, where it was discovered that an unknown male profile was present in the exam.Hughes was arrested and booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on one count of first-degree rape. His bond was set at $500,000.Permalink| Comments
  • Driver flips car, crawls from wreckage in Bossier City
    A driver lost control of his car on Friday and flipped it over in a parking lot, according to first responders.
  • Mandatory school drug-tests using hair samples...
    Mandatory school drug-tests using hair samples... (Third column, 12th story, link)
  • Male shot dead in reported large fight on North Broad, New Orleans police say
    The victim was found shot as officers responded to reports of a large fight.
  • NOPD seeks two 'persons of interest' in Warehouse District shooting
    The shooting happened Saturday (Feb. 17) near Magazine and St. Joseph streets.
  • Limbaugh calls for concealed carry in American schools
    Conservative talk-radio kingpin Rush Limbaugh on Sunday called for concealed carry in American schools to prevent mass shootings.
  • In Raging Tweetstorm, Trump Says Russians "Laughing Their Asses Off", Mocks "Leakin' Monster" Schiff
    After  excoriating the FBI for failing to act on multiple tips about "professional school shooter" Nikolas Cruz's murderous intentions, and criticizing National Security Adviser HR McMaster over his Russia collusion comments, President Donald Trump shifted his focus toward one of his favorite targets, House Intelligence Committee ranking member Adam Schiff, whom he "congratulated" for finally acknowledging that the Obama administration is responsible for any attempted interference by Russia during the 2016 election. In one of his more memorable turns of phrase, Trump lauded "Liddle Adam Schiff", whom he branded the "leakin monster of no control", for finally "blaming the Obama Administration for Russian meddling in the 2016 Election. He is finally right about something. Obama was President, knew of the threat, and did nothing. Thank you Adam!" Trump also expressed his amazement that nobody in federal law enforcement or Congress tried to stop the Obama administration from handing over nearly $2 billion in cash to Iran. The cash transfers were first reported by the Wall Street Journal in September 2016. The administration defended its actions by saying it was merely returning the money, which belonged to Iranian entities, but had been frozen because of sanctions. Never gotten over the fact that Obama was able to send $1.7 Billion Dollars in CASH to Iran and nobody in Congress, the FBI or Justice called for an investigation! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018     Finally, Liddle’ Adam Schiff, the leakin’ monster of no control, is now blaming the Obama Administration for Russian meddling in the 2016 Election. He is finally right about something. Obama was President, knew of the threat, and did nothing. Thank you Adam! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018   Trump also repeated that he "never denied" the Russians tried to interfere in the election - he only denied that the Trump campaign in any way coordinated with the Russians... I never said Russia did not meddle in the election, I said “it may be Russia, or China or another country or group, or it may be a 400 pound genius sitting in bed and playing with his computer.” The Russian “hoax” was that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia - it never did! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018 ... and he lamented that Schiff was probably only now blaming Obama for Russian interference to create another Democratic excuse for why Hillary Clinton lost to Trump, a "great candidate." Now that Adam Schiff is starting to blame President Obama for Russian meddling in the election, he is probably doing so as yet another excuse that the Democrats, lead by their fearless leader, Crooked Hillary Clinton, lost the 2016 election. But wasn’t I a great candidate? — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018 Putting it all together, given the hysteria surrounding Russian interference during the 2016 election, the multiple investigations and countless public resources wasted, if it was Russia's intention to create chaos in the US, then they've "succeeded beyond their wildest dreams", Trump claimed."They're probably "laughing their asses off in Moscow," he added. If it was the GOAL of Russia to create discord, disruption and chaos within the U.S. then, with all of the Committee Hearings, Investigations and Party hatred, they have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. They are laughing their asses off in Moscow. Get smart America! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018 Taking a swipe at recent reports that CNN's ratings have tumbled over the past year, Trump tweeted a cartoon of Wolf Blitzer and the never-ending coverage of the "Russia probe." The Fake News of big ratings loser CNN. https://t.co/rYsv90cnvs — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018 He ended his ranting (at least for now) with a tweet about a Republican pollster tabulating that the odds of the GOP retaining its Congressional majorities during the coming mid-term elections have been climbing, which the president attributed to his tax cut reform. Great Pollster John McLaughlin now has the GOP up in the Generic Congressional Ballot. Big gain over last 4 weeks. I guess people are loving the big Tax Cuts given them by the Republicans, the Cuts the Dems want to take away. We need more Republicans! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018 Trump has gone silent, but with Adam Schiff scheduled to appear on CNN's State of the Union this morning - and Attorney General Jeff Sessions set to be interviewed by Maria Bartiromo - it's likely we haven't heard the last from the president during this long, President's Day weekend.
  • Suspect in deadly Mardi Gras shooting on St. Charles Avenue arrested
    New Orleans police have identified a 21-year-old suspect in connection to a deadly shooting at Second Street and St. Charles Avenue.
  • Louisiana will collect more state taxes from your paychecks
    The updated withholding tables took effect Friday.
  • Lawyers for man convicted of killing Saints player Will Smith file appeal
    Lawyers have appealed the conviction of a man serving a 25-year sentence in the death of retired New Orleans Saints star Will Smith.
  • Former Louisiana detective admits to having sex with teen in unmarked sheriff's vehicle
    He said he thought he was having consensual sex with an 18-year-old.
  • Largest oil and gas lease sale in U.S. history happens next month
    Millions of acres available in the Gulf of Mexico       
  • St. Tammany citizens group opposes tax renewals for courthouse, jail
    The 10-year, 1/5th-cent renewals are on the March 24 ballot
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    Local jails will likely end up with more funding.
  • Margaret Orr celebrates birth of first granddaughter
    The baby, Susan Margaret, and her mother are happy and healthy.
  • 18-wheeler crashes, bursts into flames on I-10 this morning
    ST. MARTIN- Authorities say I-10 eastbound at the Butte La Rose exit in St. Martin Parish is currently closed due to an 18-wheeler on fire.No injures have been reported at this time, according to State Police. It is unclear what caused the crash. I-10 East remains closed at LA 3177 (Butte La Rose) due to an 18 wheeler fire.Traffic is being detoured at the Butte La Rose Exit around the accident and returning to I-10 East. Use US 190 East as an alternate route. Drive with caution in the area! pic.twitter.com/afeWQc0x5u— TTN Baton Rouge (@TotalTrafficBTR) February 16, 2018 Details are limited at this time. Check back for updates.Permalink| Comments
  • Tucker Carlson: Indicted Russians Were Facebook Trolls
    "I’m a little disappointed that that appears to be the sum total of this.”
  • Voter registration launched at screenings...
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  • French serial killer confesses to 1990 murder of British student Joanna Parrish
    Michel Fourniret, dubbed the 'Ogre of the Ardennes', had been prime suspect in case
  • How human trafficking victims can get help in New Orleans
    Eden House and Covenant House are two key organizations that assist in rescue and recovery.
  • The Track: Two human trafficking victims try to escape 'the life'
    One woman has left the streets and started a new life; the other appears to have fallen back into her old one.
  • UPDATE: Two Dozen Fashion Photographers Accused of Misconduct...
    UPDATE: Two Dozen Fashion Photographers Accused of Misconduct... (Second column, 9th story, link) Related stories:Model's rape allegations against Weinstein most likely to bring charges...
  • Associated Press Sees Florida Shooting Conspiracy: NRA –>JROTC –>Air Rifles –>Nikolas Cruz
    After being fooled by the "white supremacist" conspiracy theorists, the Associated Press shifted to note that the NRA gave money to the Stoneman Douglas JROTC program, which, in turn, bought air guns, which, in turn, were used when Nikolas Cruz was part of the JROTC marksmanship program.
  • Privatizing the International Space Station could actually be good for Canada: experts
    Privatizing the ISS could provide Canada's intergalactic-minded companies with a chance to get in on the action.
  • "ADDICTED TO THE F BOMB" ► Laura Ingraham vs Labron ► She won't surrender
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    Cleaning products as bad for lungs as smoking 20 cigarettes a day... (First column, 9th story, link)
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    World's first human-sheep hybrid embryos... (Third column, 1st story, link)
  • Grafton resigns from England Authority
    Executive director has served in post for 24 years       
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    The worst flu season in a decade continues to take a grim toll, with 22 more child deaths reported Friday, bringing the total to 84.       
  • Rosenstein: No American ‘Had Any Knowledge’ In Russian Meddling Indictment
    Stunning admission.
  • Gay Olympian Uses Thumb Injury To Take A Jab At Mike Pence
    A gay Olympian used his thumb injury to make a jab at Mike Pence, saying he was happy that he now wouldn't have to shake his hand, in a tweet Thursday.
  • MUELLER: Russian Meddling Began Before Trump Was Even A Candidate
    'Sow discord in the U.S. political system'
  • Leftists Bully Father Of Florida Shooting Victim For Supporting Trump
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  • No, There Haven’t Actually Been 18 School Shootings This Year
    It has become a staple argument for those who seek to turn the Florida school shooting into momentum for gun control legislation: This is the 18th school shooting in America just this year, and that’s too many. But whatever the merits of the various proposals, they ought not to be predicated on this being the 18th school […]
  • Here's where you can recycle Mardi Gras beads in New Orleans, Jefferson Parish
    Arc of Greater New Orleans is collecting beads at dozens of locations in Orleans and Jefferson parishes
  • Federal Prosecutors File First-Ever Fraud Charges Against Crypto Trader
    The nearly 10-year-old cryptocurrency space has reached one of the more ignominious milestones to date. Several months after the SEC filed the first civil fraud action against an ICO founder who was believed to have stolen money from investors, US prosecutors are sending a message to the community by filing the first case of a criminal fraud prosecution in blockchain history, according to federal prosecutors in Chicago. Prosecutors are expected to outline the charge that "from September through November 2017, Kim transferred more than $2 million of the trading firm's Bitcoin and Litecoin to personal accounts to cover his own trading losses, which had been incurred while trading cryptocurrency futures on foreign exchanges." But unlike the previous civil actions, the criminal case involves an employee at a blockchain startup who stole from his employer to fund a severe gambling problem, according to ABC 7. According to a local Chicago television station, a 24-year-old trader named Joseph Kim considered himself “invincible” according to federal investigators. The trader was charged after allegedly siphoning $2 million in bitcoin and litecoin away from his Chicago-based employer. Kim, who's biography identifies him as a 2016 graduate of University of Chicago, is charged with fraud against Consolidated Trading LLC. Kim illegally transferred the firm's cryptocurrency to his own personal accounts, according to federal investigators, to cover trading losses. The Korean-American then lied about the transfers and tried to cover up the illegal trades by repaying some of the funds, prosecutors claim. According to a federal complaint, Kim referred to himself as "DEGEN", short for "degenerative gambler." In an email to his bosses last November, Kim allegedly admitted to the scheme. "It was not my intention to steal for myself" he is quoted as writing. "Until the end I was perversely trying to fix what I had already done." "I can't believe I did not stop myself when I had the money to give back, and I will live with that for the rest of my life,” he said, according to prosecutors. Kim was hired as a trader in July 2016. In an email last November to the firm's top executives authorities say Kim apologized and said he was "sorry to betray you all like this." Yet it was Consolidated's management team that discovered the misappropriation. Kim made his initial court appearance on Friday at 10:30 am before Magistrate Judge Daniel G. Martin at the Dirksen Federal Building.
  • School District Is Tearing Down The Parkland Building Where Shooting Occurred
    'They can't go back into that building'
  • WATCH: Colorado Schools Arm Teachers To Prevent Another Columbine Tragedy
    State began arming teachers following 1999 school massacre.
  • Woman arrested for trying to rip off boyfriend's genitals...
    Woman arrested for trying to rip off boyfriend's genitals... (First column, 10th story, link)
  • ‘We Gotta Shoot A White Kid Quick!’ — Chris Rock’s New Stand Up Jokes Will Shock You
    'I wanna see white mothers on TV...'
  • Florida Governor Says FBI Chief Chris Wray Should Resign
    Florida Governor Rick Scott has called on FBI director Chris Wray to resign after the bureau admitted earlier today that certain protocols weren't followed when an acquaintance contacted the FBI's Public Access Line (PAL) tipline to report concerns about Nikolas Cruz, the former student at a Florida high school....   On Jan. 5, a person close to Cruz called an FBI tip line warning them about the 19 year old's behavior, and warning them that he might try to carry out a school shooting. They also discussed his expressed desire to kill people, his erratic behavior and disturbing social media posts. The FBI was also notified about a comment on a YouTube video posted by a "Nikolas Cruz" last year. "The comment simply said, 'I'm going to be a professional school shooter,'" Robert Lasky, FBI Special Agent in Charge of the Miami field office, said during a Thursday news conference. "No other information was included with that comment, which would indicate a time, location or true identity of the person who made that comment." "We have determined that these protocols were not followed for the information received by the PAL on January 5. The information was not provided to the Miami field office, and no further investigation was conducted at that time," the FBI said in a statement Friday. Scott called the failure to act, which occurred under Wray's watch, "unacceptable" and said the only reasonable thing for Wray to do would be to resign. "The FBI’s failure to take action against this killer is unacceptable....The FBI Director needs to resign," said Scott in a statement. "We constantly promote ‘see something, say something,’ and a courageous person did just that to the FBI. And the FBI failed to act. ‘See something, say something’ is an incredibly important tool and people must have confidence in the follow through from law enforcement. The FBI director needs to resign," Scott added. "Seventeen innocent people are dead and acknowledging a mistake isn't going to cut it. An apology will never bring these 17 Floridians back to life or comfort the families who are in pain. The families will spend a lifetime wondering how this could happen, and an apology will never give them the answers they desperately need." As a reminder, this is not the first time that the FBI failed to prevent a mass shooting by not enforcing its protocols. Revelations that the FBI had been warned about Florida high school shooter Cruz fit an all-too-familiar pattern, evidenced by the oversight that allowed Texas church shooter Devin Patrick Kelly to purchase weapons he used to kill more than 20 people late last year.  


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