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Saints could still make playoffs

Even with, potentially, the worst defense in the history of the NFL, the Saints are still a playoff contender.

Saints players get bounty suspensions lifted

Former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced Tuesday that he will vacate the player suspensions in the Saints bounty investigation.

Hornets to change name to Pelicans?

The New Orleans Hornets are expected to become the New Orleans Pelicans, perhaps as early as the 2013-14 season. That’s according to a report by Yahoo!Sports.

Saints’ bus ‘egged’ at Atlanta International Airport

The New Orleans Saints were greeted with a foul display Wednesday night at the Atlanta International Airport. Officials say the team bus was “egged.”

The Beach Boys, Bad Company to rock Champion's Square for New Orleans Bowl

R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl Officials will host the second annual “Friday Night Concert” featuring The Beach Boys and Bad Company with lead singer Brian Howe on Friday, Dec. 21, at 5:30 p.m. in Champion’s Square.

Cajuns vs. Gators

Coming off of last week’s upset win over instate rival, Louisiana Monroe, the Ragin’ Cajuns look to upset an even greater foe, the No. 6 Florida Gators.

Elderly hunter found safe by late night search party

Search and rescue authorities found a missing hunter alive on the Sabine Island Wildlife Management Area (WMA) shortly after Midnight on Nov. 6.

Cajun Football Rivalry

Saturday, the Ragin’ Cajuns travel to Monroe to take on the Warhawks, in what promises to be one of the more anticipated games between the two teams in recent years.

Vilma submits email from former assistant coach calling Saints ‘dirty organization’

The attorney for New Orleans linebacker Jonathan Vilma has gone to court in the bounties case with an email from a former assistant coach who called the Saints a "dirty organization."

Hurdles For Hope: Track star Lolo Jones to help youth with incarcerated loved ones

 Students around the Capital City got to hear from former LSU and current U.S. track star Lolo Jones.