Two women were injured overnight in New Orleans in separate shootings, police said Thursday morning

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29 May 2020
Shootings overnight that left two women injured near the 4800 block of Alsace Street in New Orleans, Louisiana
Two women were injured overnight in New Orleans in separate shootings, police said Thursday morning
NOPD investigating shooting near Louisa Street on-ramp to I-10 East, in the Third District. Initial information shows adult female sustaining apparent gunshot wound to hip. Victim was transported to hospital private conveyance.
The original Schwegmann's, which opened in 1869, burned to the ground last night
This three-alarm fire caused major damage to the strip mall at Washington Ave & White St. It looks like the fire completely destroyed the second floor of the building.
NOFD battles 3-alarm fire in New Orleans' Broadmoor area
NOFD battles 3-alarm fire in New Orleans' Broadmoor  area
NOFD battles 3-alarm fire in Broadmoor strip mall inside a strip mall in the 4100 block of Washington Avenue, in front of Eden Street.
Strip mall with 8 businesses only one was operational. Crews were dispatch to the Broadmoor area at 2:45 and arrived at 2:48. When firefighters arrived fire was spreading towards South Dupre. 57 fire personnel are working scene.
Motorcyclist killed during multi-vehicle crash in Washington Parish
8 residents of a New Orleans retirement home have died from coronavirus in less than a week. At least 24 residents infected
There are 1,172 known coronavirus cases in Louisiana and 567 in Orleans Parish as of 12 PM. That's +40% and +25.7% respectively relative to 9:30 AM yesterday. Orleans Parish makes up only 48% of all cases statewide, the first update below 50%
There are now 20 deaths from COVID-19 in Louisiana, with 837 total confirmed cases
LouisianaGov says, by comparison, Louisiana's growth rate of COVID19 cases has been faster than any state or country in the world, based on analysis from the @ULLafayette. *2 weeks ago, Louisiana had no known cases *As of last Sunday: 91 *As of today: 837 as of today
Louisiana's issued stay at home order applies statewide and shuts down most businesses with more than 10 employees
Louisiana Coronavirus: drive-thru testing begins for those with symptoms, 763 cases confirmed
SPD searching for 3 men wanted for sexual assault
New Orleans @mayorcantrell - "I am issuing a stay home mandate."
LADeptHealth reporting two more COVID19 deaths A 38-year-old Catahoula Parish resident and a 77-year-old Jefferson Parish resident were reported today. Both had underlying medical conditions
The NOPD is investigating the shooting of a woman on Tchoupitoulas Street in the Warehouse District.​
Baton Rouge police investigating deadly double shooting at the Kangaroo Mart and Texaco Gas Station in the 6100 block of Plank Road.
Police identity victim killed during Thursday night shooting, the person responsible remains at large as Reginald Jefferson of Baton Rouge.
347 cases of Coronavirus being reported; 8 deaths; 5 cases in EBR as of this morning, 2 cases in Ascension
60 new cases overnight brings positive tests of COVID19 in LA 347. 8 people have died
2 month ago
State Police are investigating a fatal Acadia Parish officer-involved shooting at a home on 4th Street
ShreveportPD investigating overnight shooting. -15YO male shot in the leg -Taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries -No arrests -No suspect description -Honda Accord involved
7 deaths linked to COVID19 Louisiana Lambeth House
[email protected] reports the seventh death related to COVID19. It's a 72-year-old person from Jefferson Parish. "There is no known connection to the Lambeth House" in New Orleans.
New numbers from @LADeptHealth show 240 coronavirus cases in Louisiana. No new parishes or deaths reported
A 4th person has died from COVID19 in Louisiana
2 month ago
Haynesville police are investigating an attempted murder-suicide after a man attacked his parents with a bat at 440 Main Street in Haynesville
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