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Experts weigh in on reducing crime in New Orleans
In this week's WDSU Hot Seat, Traver Mackel takes a closer look at crime in New Orleans with local experts.
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Revelator Coffee closes 2 New Orleans cafes
Paloma Cafe and Revelator at American Can were closed due to "reallocating resources and existing weak real estate."
Read the full story on Eater New Orleans.
Man shot near Joe W. Brown Park in New Orleans East
The shooting took place Monday night in the 5600 block of Read Boulevard, according to the police department.
Read the full story on WWL.
Feud sparked shooting that injured 10, police say; person of interest released
New Orleans police have released a person of interest they detained following the shooting after the Bayou Classic football game that injured 10 people. Police believe the shooting stemmed from a feud between a number of people who are not from the area, the police chief said.
Read the full story on Yahoo News.
New Orleans gets $80K grant to install electric vehicle charging stations
The City of New Orleans announced it has been awarded an $80,000 grant by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality to install five city-owned electric vehicle charging stations for public use.
Read the full story on WGNOtv.
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