A blocked punt, two forced fumbles, two touchdown passes by Teddy Bridgewater, and two touchdown runs by Latavius Murray was more than enough to extend the Saints winning streak to five games after beating Chicago, 36-25.
Friday was preparation day for the St. Clare Fall Fest. It won’t be long before the catfish will be ready for frying, and the desserts are almost too pretty to eat. However, what will be scarce are the oysters the festival was once famous for.
Circle will feature original programming centered around artists and their lives on and off the stage. Its lineup includes the return of a weekly broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry, the show that made country music famous.
Emergency crews will spend the day putting their plan into action to bring down the two massive cranes at the Hard Rock Hotel collapse. The plan will involve using explosives to implode the cranes and remove them safely.
The hiring process of University of Mississippi Chancellor Glenn Boyce is still sparking protests and concerns. Questions of transparency are at the heart of that.Thursday was the first Board of Trustees meeting since naming Glenn Boyce chancellor.
The Jackson County School District has never had more than three school resource officers provided by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office to serve all 14 schools in the district. This year, superintendent Barry Amacker said it was time to do something rather than nothing.
Emergency crews are racing against the clock to bring down the rest of the collapsed structure in the New Orleans Central Business District in a safe manner. This comes as recovery efforts are also underway for the bodies of two workers who are still inside.
New Orleans city leaders warn there could be another collapse at the Hard Rock construction site, and they urge people to stay away. Wednesday’s (Oct. 16) rain could increase the chances of more falling debris.
A new interstate may be coming through Mississippi. Interstate 14 is America’s newest highway. Construction has already begun in Texas and if Congress approves the remaining route, it would stretch through Louisiana and Mississippi.
A jury has decided ex-LSU student, Matthew Naquin, is guilty of negligent homicide in the 2017 hazing death of fraternity pledge, Max Gruver. The six-person jury reached a verdict Wednesday, July 17, 2019.