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CONTEST: Listen to win with $4K A Day

CONTEST: Listen to win with $4K A Day

Win money every weekday starting March 25th! Each weekday, we’re joining with Cumulus Radio stations across the country to give you four chances to win $1000. Listen Monday through Friday at 8AM, 11AM, 2PM, and 5PM for the National Keyword, text it to 95819 and you could win $1000! What can you do with the money?? Whatever you want! Take…More

LISTEN: Ashley O interviews Mumford and Sons

LISTEN: Ashley O interviews Mumford and Sons

9.28.18 – Ashley O chats with Marcus and Winston of Mumford and Sons about their new single, “Guiding Light” and upcoming album Delta, costumes for their upcoming Voodoo performance, renaming Babycakes Stadium for them, and more…  More

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‘I prayed about it,’ says Louisiana senator who sponsored ‘heartbeat bill’

Louisiana is on track to becoming the next state with abortion restrictions.State Sen. John Milkovich, a Democrat from Shreveport, sponsored Senate Bill 184. It would ban an abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which could be as early as six weeks into pregnancy. There are no exemptions for rape and incest.”As a citizen, I’m…More

Smoothie King Center added to city’s hurricane evacuation plan, sources say

The Smoothie King Center will be a part of the city’s hurricane evacuation plan, sources tell WDSU.Later this week, New Orleans city leaders are expected to announce details of that plan.Before someone needing assistance could get to the center, they would first need to go to one of the evacuspots that are set up all…More

Subtropical Storm Andrea forms in the Atlantic

Hurricane season begins June 1, but a subtropical storm has already formed in the Atlantic before the official start of the season.An area of low pressure near Bermuda showing signs of organization Monday developed into subtropical storm Andrea, according to the National Hurricane Center. This will not bring any impacts to the United States, however…More

Chris Roberts pleads not guilty to federal tax evasion, wire fraud charges

Former longtime Jefferson Parish councilman Chris Roberts was in court Monday after he was served a 29-count indictment for wire fraud and tax evasion. Roberts pleaded not guilty to the charges, and was given a $50,000 unsecured bond. The judge ordered Roberts to turn over his passport, and he is not allowed in any establishment…More

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