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Violent attack on tourist in New Orleans

Last night we showed video of a violent attack in New Orleans from Saturday night. Today we have video of a violent attack in New Orleans from Saturday morning in the French Quarter. A man was walking down the street…

Tourists injured and robbed in New Orleans

A man is in custody in New Orleans, accused of brutally attacking two men in the French Quarter. Police say DeJaun Paul is accused of being one of four robbers who knocked the men to the ground, then took their…

Confederate Statue Comes Down New Orleans

A historical change in the city of New Orleans overnight. Masked crews, using a massive crane and trucks removed a controversial statue of former confederate President Jefferson Davis. It's the second of four confederate-era monuments to be removed from city…

Confederate statue lawsuit against New Orleans

Supporters of Confederate monuments slated for removal in New Orleans have launched a new court fight to save one of them. A statue of Confederate General Beauregard on horseback is at the main entrance to New Orleans City Park. Monument…

Confederate Monument Removal

Large groups of opponents and supporters of a confederate monument clashed at the statue in New Orleans Monday night. A large group of supporters of the statue gathered at the Jefferson Davis monument just before 9:30, and opponents showed up…

CONFEDERATE STATUE COMES DOWN

The city of New Orleans has removed the first of four confederate-era monuments in the historic city. Early this morning crews took down the liberty place monument. Several police officers in tactical gear surrounded the monument, put up barricades and…

NCAA Baseball: New Orleans at Southern Miss

Under Head Coach Scott Berry, the motto for Southern Miss baseball has always been start fast, finish strong. With the regular season nearly at the halfway point, USM is now just a couple wins away from putting a big fat…

Three people killed in New Orleans

A shooting in a New Orleans home has left a woman and two children dead and a second female in serious condition at a hospital. The coroner has identified the dead as 30-year-old Monique Smith and two boys, six-year-old Jumyrin…

State Flag Debate Moves To Legal Battle New Orleans

A long-running feud over the confederate battle emblem on the Mississippi flag is moving to a new legal battlefield. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of appeals in New Orleans is scheduled to hear arguments today over reviving a 2016 lawsuit…

Retirees Head To New Orleans

News 25's Laurene Callander interviews Maury Thompson about SRHS retirees heading to New Orleans to appeal the courts decision about their retiree benefits.

New Orlean's Deadly Shooting

Now to the deadly shooting in New Orlean's popular French Quarter that sparked panic on crowded Bourbon Street. Police are searching for two suspected gunmen. Here's Kelsey Davis from W.D.S.U., our NBC affiliate in New Orleans This morning.. Stunning new…

One Killed In Bourbon St. Mass Shooting

One person is dead and nine others are injured after gunfire erupts in the heart of New Orleans’ France Quarter overnight yesterday. Police say shots rang out around 1:30 Sunday morning on the famous Bourbon Street. They say 25 year…

New Orleans Monument Hearing Date Set

A date is set for the continued court battle over four New Orleans monuments honoring Civil War figures. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court set the date for September 28th. The Federal Appeals Court will hear from both sides on this…

Ryan's "Beautiful Friday" Forecast

Much more stable conditions are leading to a much more beautiful Friday than what we saw yesterday. Some heat driven t-storms are beginning to pop up on the Western edge of South Mississippi, but it doesn't look like much rain…

Ryan's "Thundery Thursday" Forecast

What a day we had for weather in South Mississippi today! In yesterday's forecast I called for partly cloudy skies and a 30% chance of rain, but we ended up with a bit more than that. Always one to admit…

$1.2 Billion Settlement in New Orleans

The City of New Orleans has reached a $1.2 billion agreement with federal authorities to repair roads and other infrastructure damaged during Hurricane Katrina. Mayor Mitch Landrieu said there have been many discussions to determine what damage could be attributed…

Bourbon Street Shooter Gets 60 Years

Bourbon street shooter 22-year-old Trung Le has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for his role in a gunfight that killed one and left nine injured on the famous New Orleans street back in June of 2014. Le was…

Shannon Poole Visits with Pascagoula Students

Shannon Poole’s passion for drag racing landed him a spot on the Discovery Channel. Today, he made a pit stop in Pascagoula. Automotive students in the school district lined up at the College and Career Technical Institute to check out…

Confederate Monuments will be Removed

A state judge has ruled against an effort by preservationists to stop the removal of prominent Confederate monuments in New Orleans. Civil District Court Judge Piper Griffin said the city did not act improperly in deciding to take down four…

Confederate Monuments to the Gulf Coast

Some of New Orleans most historical Confederate monuments could be making their way right here to the Gulf Coast. Beauvoir has made a bid to try and get four signature Confederate symbols in New Orleans moved to the grounds of…

Beauvoir Bids on Confederate Monuments from New Orleans

Beauvoir has made a bid to try and get the Confederate monuments in New Orleans moved to Biloxi on the grounds of Beauvoir. News 25 spoke with officials at Beauvoir this afternoon and they tell us a group in New…