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Polite sworn in today
Today the new U.S. Attorney for the New Orleans area takes his oath of office. Ken Polite Jr. hasn't waited to start making changes. Polite will have to lead an office rocked by scandal, and he understands those challenges. "From day one, I basically said, 'look, we're ready to start sailing ...
12-5 8:15am Tommy, top NFL teams
Tommy talks to Ira Kaufman, an NFL writer for the Tampa Bay Tribune, about who the top NFL teams are and where he ranks the Saints
there. That is and it. Got. I mean you could talk to Sean Payton . What they'll be for guys to be privately not publicly. I want to play I mean. But only. They're fanatical band the
Fake money spent at Northshore stores
Cops say someone is passing counterfeit cash at stores in Mandeville. A spokesman for the police department says suspects passed $1,100 in phony cash recently at Victoria's Secret, The Gap and Banana Republic stores. He says the supsects paid with fake $100 bills (above). "The suspects passed four
Panthers riding high, Saints coming off low
The Carolina Panthers can become the second team in the NFL to win nine straight games this season. Doing so will require them to hand the New Orleans Saints their first home loss of 2013 on Sunday night, with the winner taking control of the NFC South. "There is no roof, no sky," Panthers ...
12-5 7:15am Tommy, cursing & swearing
Tommy talks to Richard Stephens, a Professor of Psychology at Keele University in England, about why people curse
it completely legal pot getting back in the field -- -- and cooked food . You know what that what Clinton -- the senate so I think that these people I would pay that we we've got
A few New Orleans' fast food workers join national strike
Service may be a little slow at a few fast food restaurants in the New Orleans today. A handful New Orleans area fast food workers are expected to take part in a national protest over low wages. Workers across the country want to call attention to the difficulties of living on the federal minimum
Fast food strikes in 100 cities
Fast-food workers in about 100 cities will walk off the job on Thursday, organizers say, which would mark the largest effort yet in a push for higher pay. The actions are intended to build on a campaign that began about a year ago to call attention to the difficulties of living on the federal ...
12-5 6:15am Tommy, NYC train derailment negligence?
Tommy talks to Paul Murnane, WCBS Reporter, about the latest on the train that derailed last week in New York City
operations of these cap cars are going to be equipped with the solar system also the NCAA which run the train. It sitting up that you confidential. Reporting system. Or eight B concerns are. So. The
12-5 5:10am WWL First News Early Edition w/Dave Cohen
Dave talks about fast food pay, Saints/Panthers, and topless woman in store
another mobile quarterback this Sunday when they host the nine to three Carolina Panthers led by Cam Newton on offense saints coach Sean -- says the third year quarterback does a good job of picking his spots Toronto or throw.
Cajun Cannon: Saints-Panthers
How do the Saints bounce back from Seattle?
the pocket. -- let him get outside and and obviously. And delay DeAngelo Williams and they're running backs and get off because. It could be a long day but I think will respond in a bounce