December 20, 2010 The NBA has purchased the New Orleans Hornets from majority owner George Shinn and minority owner Gary Chouest. Shinn founded the team in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1988 and moved it to New Orleans in 2002.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, right of Jindal, show their support for keeping the Hornets in New Orleans at a news conference Monday.
December 13, 2010 Government and business community leaders came together in New Orleans on Monday to rally support for keeping the NBA's Hornets in the Crescent City.
November 10, 2010 More than five years after Hurricane Katrina swept through New Orleans, the Six Flags amusement park has yet to reopen. A videographer takes a look inside the desolate remains of where laughs and good times were shared among the people of Louisiana.
October 1, 2010 The sign outside of the Six Flags in New Orleans still reads, "Closed For Storm." Five years after Katrina, there's little hope of it ever reopening.
Cover of Richard Misrach's book, Destroy This Memory, shows graffiti around New Orleans after Hurricane Graffiti
August 17, 2010 Without photographing people, Richard Misrach found a way to capture the voices of New Orleans.
December 1, 2009 "Brad Pitt's Houses" are causing a stir in New Orleans.
April 20, 2009 A producer returns from his first visit to New Orleans...
April 6, 2009 Tracking the journalism hidden in fictional series -- a look at David Simon's new venture.
September 1, 2008 Hurricane Gustav's battering the Gulf Coast. A full update from the region.
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June 30, 2008 Dr. John's got a whole album-full of songs for the City that Care Forgot, his beloved New Orleans.
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June 30, 2008 Today's TotN: top McCain and Obama advisers on the economy, Dr. John, viral videos, and dinner with Mugabe.
January 30, 2008 Adieu, John [and Rudy]! Adieu!
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October 31, 2007 New Orleans has seen it's share of problems since Katrina paid a visit two years ago... including the near collapse of it's criminal justice system. And plenty of people pointed a finger at District Attorney Eddie Jordan. Under the weight of the c...
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August 30, 2007 When it comes to New Orleans' supporters, Harry Shearer might not come immediately to mind -- but he's one of its most vociferous voices of support. Speaking of voices, he's also of course the man who voices many of our most beloved Simpsons
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August 30, 2007 Well, it's our last show for the week -- and for the month of August -- and today's show is quickly coming together. The main topic in our first hour is called "Fixing Broken Schools." This is a segment we planned on airing yesterday, but our gues...
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