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KMEZ 102.9 Blues Bash

KMEZ 102.9 Blues Bash

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Chris Roberts pleads not guilty to federal tax evasion, wire fraud charges

Former longtime Jefferson Parish councilman Chris Roberts was in court Monday after he was served a 29-count indictment for wire fraud and tax evasion. Roberts pleaded not guilty to the charges, and was given a $50,000 unsecured bond. The judge ordered Roberts to turn over his passport, and he is not allowed in any establishment…More

Girl, 4, reported missing in St. Landry Parish found safe after 2 hour search

The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office said they have located a missing 4-year-oldOlivia Boutte was reported missing Monday after her parents noticed her missing and notified the sheriff’s office. She was located safe after a two hour search, according to the sheriff. READ MORE:Girl, 4, reported missing in St. Landry Parish found safe after 2…More

Tracking the tropics: Area near Bermuda has chance for development

Hurricane season begins June 1, but it could be an early start to the season as the National Hurricane Center is monitoring a possible area of development.An area of low pressure near Bermuda is showing signs of organization Monday, which could develop into a short-lived subtropical or tropical system.Regardless of development, this will not bring…More

Coastal agency: Hundreds of acres of marsh built, restored

The Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority says it has built or renewed 600 acres of marsh in Cameron Parish, and has nearly completed a slightly smaller project.The authority announced Friday that the Oyster Bayou Marsh Creation and Terracing project is complete.The $31 million project used dredged sediment to build 510 acres (206 hectares) of…More

New Orleans Flood House Museum opens in tribute of Hurricane Katrina

A group has opened a new tribute and monument to Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.It’s called the Flooded House Museum.The former home flooded to its roof line when the London Avenue Canal breached just a few yards away during the storm.Officials said the permanent exhibit will be visible through the windows of the one-story home…More

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