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Monkeypox, COVID-19 threats remain low in New Orleans

Monkeypox, COVID-19 threats remain low in New Orleans

Mercedes Ohlen, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

The threat for both Monkeypox and COVID-19 remains low in New Orleans and Louisiana.    According to the Louisiana Department of Health, there are 251 reported cases of Monkeypox within...

The Tulane University Police Department is building a new substation on the corner of Broadway and Zimpel with plans to be finished by the 2023 fall semester.

Construction of TUPD substation on Broadway moves forward

Sammy Lever, Contributing Reporter September 23, 2022

The Tulane University Police Department’s new Uptown substation is currently on track to be completed prior to the fall 2023 semester. The new substation, which will be located on the corner of Broadway...

Fentanyl is flooding the country, posing a deadly threat as law enforcement struggles to contain it. College students are among its latest victims.

Cheap, potent, deadly: Fentanyl flood raises campus risks

Martha Sanchez, News Editor September 21, 2022

The poison keeps spreading.     The drug fentanyl is flooding the country, posing a deadly threat as law enforcement agencies struggle to contain it.    “It’s very potent...

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Central is facing a recall petition, but the movement faces tough odds of victory.

Recall movement against Mayor Cantrell pushes forward

Katherine Dawson, Contributing Reporter September 21, 2022

A month into the recall movement against New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, the battle has created serious opinions from supporters and opponents and is facing tough odds as it works to garner the...

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“Stop Doubles to Dorms” movement continues amid new school year

Mercedes Ohlen, Staff Reporter September 14, 2022

Uptown New Orleans residents are continuing to push back against “Doubles to Dorms” — also referred to as “D2Ds”— amid a new round of Tulane University students moving into off-campus residences.    “Doubles...

Garbage lingers on St. Claude Avenue on Sept. 16, 2021.

New Orleans trash pickup remains once-a-week

Martha Sanchez, News Editor August 31, 2022

New Orleans trash pickup will remain on a once-a-week schedule, charging the same $24 monthly fee residents paid for twice-a-week pickups before Hurricane Ida last fall.    After Hurricane...

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