What's Happening

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

WDSU News

New Orleans woman arrested for child desertion

A New Orleans woman was arrested in St. Bernard Parish after she sent her 5-year-old child alone in a transportation service vehicle, according to Sheriff James Pohlmann.Reiona Oliver, 27, was booked Tuesday with child desertion after she placed her 5-year-old child in a transportation service vehicle and instructed the driver to take the child from…More

Chalmette man arrested for indecent behavior with 8-year-olds, sheriff says

A Chalmette man has been arrested for indecent behavior with juveniles, according to the Jefferson Parish sheriff. Sheriff Joseph Lopinto said Anthony Prejean, 36, was arrested for two counts of indecent behavior with juveniles. The investigation into Prejean began April 2 when Jefferson Parish Schools notified the Sheriff’s Office of allegations regarding inappropriate behavior made…More

Jazz Fest releases updated performance schedule

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival delayed the start of the festival due to weather. The festival announced that the gates will open at 12:30 p.m. The updated schedule is as followed: There is a slight risk (level 2 of 5) of severe storms for southeast Louisiana and coastal Mississippi Thursday. A robust storm…More

New Orleans businessman Sidney Torres purchases Circle Food store

The iconic Circle Foods store in New Orleans has been auctioned off. Local business man Sidney Torres has purchased the building for $1.7 million. According to the former owner, Dwayne Boudreaux, the store opened in 1938.Boudreaux tried to stop the auctioning by filing for bankruptcy, but he said he couldn’t find a lawyer. He said…More

Playlist