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Kira Orange Jones qualified to run for BESE after judge denies challenge
Kira Orange Jones can run again for her seat on the state’s education board, an Orleans Parish Civil District Court judge ...
KIPP New Orleans eyes takeover of troubled Kennedy HS
Seven-school charter network KIPP New Orleans is interested in taking over struggling John F. Kennedy High School amid a ...
New Orleans Department of Safety and Permits: Businesses in most of city can’t host outdoor live music
In June, the New Orleans City Council passed a motion directing the City Planning Commission to consider new restrictions on ...
Behind The Lens episode 45: ‘Louisiana is reliably in the bottom 10-percent of states in terms of women’s representation’
This week on Behind the Lens: Troubles continue for John F Kennedy High School, after a special education student was sent to ...
Kennedy HS student says he was unofficially sent home for months, describes what civil rights lawyer calls ‘blatant’ special education violations
Nicole Jones said that throughout her son TJ’s four years at John F. Kennedy High School, school administrators seemed to ...
Demonstrators say Entergy’s promises of lower bills are deceptive
A group of about a dozen demonstrators outside New Orleans City Hall on Wednesday accused Entergy New Orleans of trying to ...
Entergy’s $210 million gas plant could cost customers more than $650 million, advocacy group says
In March 2018, Entergy New Orleans got permission from the New Orleans City Council to build a new gas power plant in eastern ...
City Council passes tighter restrictions on short-term rentals
The New Orleans City Council on Thursday voted unanimously to enact two ordinances designed to significantly tighten the city ...
Warren Easton football coaches battered student with ‘Big Freedia’ paddle, lawsuit says
A lawsuit filed in Orleans Parish Civil District Court last week accuses multiple Warren Easton High School football coaches ...
Fewer than half of Kennedy HS seniors who took summer courses now cleared to graduate, board president says
Fewer than half of the 53 John F. Kennedy High Schools students who took summer classes in hopes of earning long-awaited ...
S&WB seeks $25 million in bonds for sewer repairs required by sewer consent decree
The New Orleans City Council Public Works Committee on Tuesday advanced a resolution to allow the Sewerage and Water Board to ...
City won’t release real-time surveillance footage to the public, possibly violating state law
Since the city of New Orleans opened its Real-Time Crime Monitoring Center in late 2017 — putting dozens, and eventually ...