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He's got a way with words: the 'Poet of Plaquemines Parish'

NEW ORLEANS –  He knows his words.  People hear them around his home in Plaquemines Parish.

“Sitting across from you, I’ve never been further away from you. 397 more words

News With A Twist

LA gets $45 million to remove, replace Belle Chasse tunnel and bridge

BELLE CHASSE, LA — Members of Louisiana’s congressional delegation announced that the state will receive $45 million from the federal government to help build a new bridge in Belle Chasse and remove the existing bridge and tunnel there. 385 more words


Preparing for hurricane season in Plaquemines Parish

NEW ORLEANS — Of all the parishes along the coast, Plaquemines Parish is the most vulnerable to hurricanes. It follows the path of the Mississippi River, sticking out into the Gulf of Mexico, leaving it open on two sides to storm surge. 77 more words


Plaquemines Parish President Amos Cormier and his Administration Visit the Studio

Plaquemines Parish President Amos Cormier and his administration visited the studio today. 25 more words


Plaquemines Parish Seafood Festival 2018, the year of the oyster!

PLAQUEMINE’S PARISH, La– As thew freshest seafood fest in southern Louisiana comes to a close, the question remains, what is the best seafood of the year? 232 more words

Good Morning New Orleans

One dead, one missing after boating accident near Southwest Pass

New Orleans – The first call for help came from a good Samaritan, at about 8:30 Wednesday morning, May 2.

Two men were on the beach at Southwest Pass:  one had survived a boating accident, the other one had drowned.  184 more words


News with a Twist honored with key to Plaquemines Parish

BELLE CHASSE, La. — News with a Twist made a trip to Plaquemines Parish Wednesday for back-to-back live shows, and we came home with our very own key to a very special place. 93 more words