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Win Tickets to Talladega Experience!

Win Tickets to Talladega Experience!

The Talladega Superspeedway is celebrating 50 YEARS OF SPEED and we want to send you off to the races! Just register here and on September 27th, we will be calling listeners live who registered and give them a chance to win tickets to the Talladega Experience!More

BUSH Meet + Greet 7/30/2019

BUSH Meet + Greet 7/30/2019

Check out these photos of some of our listeners and on-air personalities meeting BUSH before their show on July 30th at Champions Square!More

Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Preparedness

CLICK HERE FOR WEATHER COVERAGE FROM WDSU For IMMEDIATE access to NOLA READY, the City’s Emergency Preparedness Site, click HERE!  Special Needs?  You can enroll in the New Orleans Special Needs Emergency Registry by calling 311 or filling out an online application here.  In the case of an emergency, those with medical or mobility needs may…More


NWS: Heavy winds flip planes, damages hangars at Baton Rouge Metro Airport

A report from the National Weather Service said that strong winds flipped planes and damaged hangars at the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport on Tuesday. According to WDSU Chief Meteorologist Margaret Orr, the storm that moved through Baton Rouge was a rain band associated with Tropical Storm Imelda. Orr said that the storm had 66 mph…More

Plaquemines Parish women come together to send child predator to prison

Ten women from Plaquemines Parish said they knew what it would take to put a predator in prison. They had to speak out in court in front of Arthur Bowlin, their former gymnastics coach and convicted abuser.“I think just him walking in in shackles and an orange jumpsuit, peace overcame all of us immediately. I…More

NOPD: Teen accused of using pellet gun to shoot, kill cat

A 16-year-old boy is accused of using a pellet gun to shoot and kill a cat in New Orleans East.The New Orleans Police Department says it happened Sunday around 11:15 a.m. on Bishop C.L. Morton Drive. The cat’s owner, Jasmine, said the boy shot her cat, Cleo, six times. She took her to a nearby…More

2 New Orleans Safety & Permit workers suspended amid probe

Two employees in the New Orleans Department of Safety and Permits have been placed on “immediate emergency suspension” amid a probe into the agency, city spokesman Beau Tidwell said Tuesday.Tidwell did not name the employees or specify their jobs, but he confirmed their suspensions were “the result of an investigation regarding the Department of Safety…More