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Top prosecutor will not take on phone tampering case

NEW ORLEANS - The top federal prosecutor in New Orleans will not take on the alleged phone tampering case at Senator Mary Landrieu's office. U.S.

NFL settles dispute over 'Who Dat'

NEW ORLEANS - Attorney General Buddy Caldwell says the NFL conceeded that it has no ownership rights to the Fleur-de-Lis or the Saints cheer 'Who Dat'. The NFL is objecting to shirts marketed as official Saints gear or an NFL product.

Caught in the Web: Beyonce, Taylor Swift winners at last night's Grammys

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Jindal looking into 'Who Dat' controversy

Governor Bobby Jindal is getting involved in the 'Who Dat' controversy with the NFL. He is now asking the State Attorney General to look into a lawsuit over ownership rights to the phrase. The NFL had previously claimed they owned the exclusive

Senator writes NFL over 'Who Dat' dispute

NEW ORLEANS - A dispute over the "Who Dat" cheer may keep stores around Louisiana from selling any Saints gear that boasts cheer. The NFL claims they own exclusive rights to the term. U.S.

Caught in the Web: Charlie Sheen's wife reportedly in rehab

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Delta Air Lines lends a helping hand to Saints fans

NEW ORLEANS - Delta Airlines is offering more options for Saints fans for the Super Bowl. The company is adding a nonstop flight on February 5th leaving from New Orleans. Delta will also offer two non-stop flights back to New Orleans on Februar

Caught in the Web: Prison inmates perform new Michael Jackson tribute

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Search for Navy pilot called off

Authorities released the name of the Navy pilot still missing following a plane crash in Lake Pontchartrain. Lieutenant Clinton Wermers is presumed dead. The Coast Guard called off the search Monday.

Drew Brees Super Bowl bound reaction

LAFAYETTE - Drew Brees shares his emotions after the biggest win of his career.