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    Wear yellow for Seth!

    If you notice people around town wearing yellow Friday, it’s all for a good cause! 5 year old Seth Lane has Severe Combine Immune Deficiency, sometimes called “bubble boy disease.” Because of it, Seth has had to live in a sterile environment for most of his life. His parents have been writing a blog about Seth’s journey and posted a video of Seth asking people to wear yellow on March 27th. They want everyone to post the photos to social […]

  • Zayn quits One Direction, GMNO forms rival boy band: ‘Frank and the Carltones’

    The Good Morning New Orleans team has a solution for teenage girls everywhere, who are devastated by news that Zayn Malik is leaving One Direction.  Hank, Anne and Jacki are teaming up with editor Carlton and James Beard award-winning chef Frank Brightsen to form “Frank and the Carltones!”  It’s going to be an overnight success…. we’re sure of it.

  • Dancing with the Stars has first elimination of the season

    Redfoo, one-half of the electronic dance music group LMFAO, was the first celebrity eliminated from season 20 of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” Despite the elimination, Redfoo was the most-improved performer of the week. His partner was Emma Slater.

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    LSU one-and-done in NCAA tournament

    March Madness is underway, but the LSU tigers won't be seeing any more time on the court. In their first NCAA tournament appearance since 2009, the tigers were eliminated in their first game.

  • Elections underway in Israel

    Today is Election Day in Israel, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave voters one last thing to chew on yesterday when he declared he won’t let a Palestinian state form as long as he’s in office. Netanyahu is locked in a close race to keep his job and appealing to his nation’s more conservative voters for an electoral boost. He also bashed his opponents — Isaac Herzog and Tzipi Livni — saying they were “sticking their head in the sand, […]

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    Apple unveils watch, first new major device in years

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The Apple Watch, Apple’s first major consumer device in years, is finally here. Apple CEO Tim Cook teased it in September. And on Monday, he revealed the last remaining details during an event in San Francisco. “I’ve been wanting to do this since I was 5 years old, the day is finally here,” Cook said about the watch’s ability to make and receive phone calls. The Apple Watch will be available for pre-order in nine countries, […]

  • Video captures bus driver crashing into cars, asleep at the wheel

    This is what happens when a bus driver falls asleep at the wheel! Leon Rasheed plowed through seven cars in Michigan last October. Two people were seriously hurt. He’s facing a criminal charge over the crash. Rasheed has pleaded not guilty, blaming the crash on medical issues.

  • Donkeys storm the court in Upstate New York

    Who knew donkey basketball has been around since the 1930s!? Some high-schoolers in Upstate New York got a first-hand lesson in the pseudo-sport. The senior class held an exhibition as the main event of a community fundraiser to help pay for their class trip to China and Europe.

  • California ruling strikes down sex offender restrictions

    California’s State Supreme Court has ruled that laws restricting where registered sex offenders can live, once they’re out on parole, are too restrictive and may be unconstitutional. California voters approved “Jessica’s Law” in 2006, which states that registered sex offenders can’t reside within 2,000 feet of a school or park, even if their earlier crimes didn’t involve children. However, the judge’s ruling says those restrictions make it impossible for offenders to find a place to live. It’s not clear if […]

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    Troubled Carnival ‘Triumph’ will soon call New Orleans home

    Carnival Cruise Lines is expanding its service from New Orleans. The company is trading out the "Elation" with the "Triumph" in April 2016, which will expand capacity on four and five-day cruises by 34%.

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    Governor Jindal calls out President Obama at CPAC

    The 2016 presidential election is a year and a half away and potential candidates are getting ready. This week is the first chance for many Republican hopefuls to lay out their visions for the country.

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    Republicans move to separate immigration issue from DHS funding bill

    WASHINGTON (CNN) — Congress has just three days until Department of Homeland Security funding runs out, and it’s anyone’s guess whether they’ll take the department off the cliff. On Monday night, the Senate again voted down a DHS funding bill that included a measure rolling back President Barack Obama’s executive action delaying deportations for immigrants. But that night, a potential solution emerged as well, with Sen. Mitch McConnell announcing he’ll bring a separate bill to the floor tackling Obama’s immigration […]