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Suspect In Shooting Of Tulane Student In Custody

The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) announced that a suspect is in custody in connection with the shooting of a Tulane med student last week. 21-year-old Euric Cain will be charged with Attempted First Degree Murder, Second Degree Kidnapping and Armed Robbery.

Suspect Named in Shooting of Tulane Med Student

With intense national coverage focused on at the shooting of a 25-year-old Tulane medical student, the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) is working quickly on the case. On Sunday (11.22) at a police HQ presser, Mayor Landrieu and NOPD Superintendent Harrison announced that 21-year-old Euric Cain is the top suspect for the crime.

More Footage Released In Shooting of Tulane Student

The shooting of a 25-year-old Tulane medical student has quickly become another public symbol of the city’s crime issues. This morning, the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) released more of the horrifying footage of the shooting.

School Stunt Suspect Sought for Sno-Ball Stickup

Michael Gambino is quickly climbing NOLA’s most wanted list. The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) are hunting for the 51-year-old man in connection with multiple offense. Gambino is wanted for robbing a school and considered a person of interest in the Great Sno-Ball Stickup.

Jillian Johnson, Magazine Street Business Owner, Victim of Lafayette Shooting

By Lucy Leonard

Last night (7.23), a 58-year-old gunman opened fire in at the Grand Theater in Lafayette according to the Lafayette Police Department (LPD). The suspect killed two and injured seven more before turning the gun on himself, said LPD Chief Jim Craft. One of the victims of the tragedy was Jillian Johnson, who owned Red Arrow Workshop with her husband in New Orleans (3926 Magazine Street) and in Lafayette. 

Mailbag: "Stories That Do Not Belong to You," A Response to Beller's NY'er Piece

Tulane prof Dr. Thomas Beller recently published "Don't Call It Katrina," an essay about the Federal Flood and Katrina in The New Yorker magazine. the essay was received with critical kudos and social media buzz. However, reader Robin McDowell was not impressed. Below she offers a rebuttal arguing that Beller's article continues a dangerous practice of subjugating minorities.

Pile of Poo: NOPD Hunt Suspected Serial Diaper Thief

Last week, Chief Harrison told locals that there is no serial killer in NOLA. However, today the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) said that there may be a serial diaper thief loose in the Irish Channel.

Warby Parker Turns the Lens on Magazine

Spectacles snobs rejoice! Cult favorite, Warby Parker is opening a New Orleans location. The stylish eyeglass outlet will open on Saturday (4.11) at 3964 Magazine Street.

Traffic Alert: Jefferson & Magazine

One of the most popular costumes Uptown during Mardi Gras 2015 was Boh Brothers construction uniforms. Fat Tuesday 2016 might be marked by Cajun Contractor hardhats. The Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans (SWBNO) announced today that the latter construction company will be shutting down part of Magazine Street for an extended period.

Common Ground: More Road Closures Coming to CBD

Since the Storm, New Orleans has been immersed in massive infrastructure projects. Work on the city’s waterlines has been particularly visible and lengthy. Finally, that monstrous project is also coming closer to an end with much of the work shifting from laying pipe to polishing up the roads above the tubes. However, there will still be road closures.

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