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Anthony Mackie Repairs Hurricane Hit Roofs In Hometown Of New Orleans

Talk about Captain America in real life!

New Orleans Mayor Says She Won’t Reimburse the City for More Than $30,000 in First Class Travel Expenses

Mayor LaToya Cantrell insists her safety as a Black woman and the COVID-19 epidemic required the expenses while on city business.

Louisiana Woman Dies After Her Hair Gets Stuck In Airport Belt Loader

Jermani Thompson was unloading luggage when the accident happened. But authorities must now figure out what went wrong.

Xavier University Shooting Claims Life Of Grandmother Of 15 Who Was Attending Grandson’s Graduation

Augustine Greenwood’s family had a happy occasion turn into a tragedy: ‘All you had to do was walk away,’ her daughter said to the shooters.

Shooting Occurs On Xavier University Campus Leaving 1 Dead, 2 Wounded

Police say the gunfire erupted after a fight which left one woman dead and two others wounded.

Tornadoes Strike New Orleans, Leaving One Person Dead

Thousands have been left without power in an area on the outskirts of the city that had been affected by Hurricane Katrina.

EXCLUSIVE: Why Master P Measures Success In Action And Not Dollars

The No Limit Records founder is on a mission to educate and empower Black people on how to pour time, money, and effort back into our communities.

New Orleans City Council Votes To Rename Robert E. Lee Blvd After Musician Allen Toussaint

“I am proud to take this step toward,” a councilmember said in a statement.

Mardi Gras Is Moving Forward According To New Orleans’ Mayor

“Without a doubt, we will have Mardi Gras in 2022,” said Mayor LaToya Cantrell, still cautious over coronavirus concerns.