Harriet Tubman is a fine choice for the $20 bill, but don't lump Jackson with the Confederates.
Ethics board drops Quatrevaux and OIG investigator from probe. Others still being investigated.
Thirty-year employee trying to get job back through Civil Service appeal.
Anti-Defamation League district leader rebuts recent pro-Palestine column
A judge granted the city of New Orleans’ request Monday to put on hold his order to provide public records of city spending requested by The Lens until the city can appeal his ruling from last month. At a March 18 hearing, Civil District Court Judge Kern Reese ordered the city to immediately produce its purchasing database, which The Lens has been seeking for more than a year.
Do short-term rentals have long-term consequences for New Orleans? Find out more at our April 21 Newsmaker.
City voters approved $120 million in bonds, mostly for street repairs, but rejected a property tax hike to fund police and fire services.
Southerners have a moral obligation to pay attention to injustices fomented against Palestinians.
Employees got supplements meant for law enforcement personnel even if their jobs involved little, if any, law enforcement.
Raise city taxes? How about collecting some of the taxes we currently forego?