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This week on Le Show with Harry Shearer: Let Me Tell You About the Bees, News From Outside the Bubble, It’s a Smart World, News of Dominion, Anita Hill Coca-Cola Marketing Skit, Brett Kavanaugh’s Song about Beer, We’re Not Number 1, Apologies of the Week, original music selections from Harry, and more.

WWNO to Join New Local News Partnership

Aug 27, 2018

The value of WWNO’s news reporting is gaining fresh recognition from local and national media.  We are excited to announce that WWNO will collaborate with Reveal, the multi-media news program of the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), and two other local news organizations to expand investigative journalism in New Orleans.  Joining the partnership will be WVUE Fox 8 News and nola.com/The Times-Picayune. 

Harry Shearer
Harry Shearer / Harry Shearer

This week on Le Show, Harry Shearer brings us We're Not #1, News of the Godly, World of Microplastics, News of the Warm, “Inside Extra Access Tonight: Sag Man” Radio Skit, Let Me Tell You About the Bees, News of the Atom, Apologies of the Week, original music selections by Harry, and more.

Harry Shearer
Harry Shearer / Harry Shearer

This week on Le Show, Harry Shearer presents News of Af-Pak, "We're Not #1," World of Microplastics, News of the Atom, News of the Godly, "Clinton-Something: The Wilderness Years," News of the Warm, Apologies of the Week, music, and more!

Resources To Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Aug 28, 2017

We are gathering resources and links to help connect people with organizations responding to Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath. This post will be updated.

A nonprofit investigative journalism outlet is zeroing in on some of the changes around post-Katrina New Orleans in a new way.

The highly respected journalists at New Orleans' Times-Picayune last night found out the hard way — from another news outlet — that they're about to face deep staff cuts and that the newspaper will soon only print three days a week.

The New York Times' Media Decoder broke the story Wednesday just before midnight ET.

SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — Water levels have been up in four monitoring wells for more than 85 straight days, but the state-imposed groundwater emergency in two areas of south Caddo Parish remains in place.

The state Department of Natural Resources' conservation office said in a news release that it will continue to "closely and carefully monitor hydrologic conditions" in the areas and determine if and when the water use restrictions should be removed.

The New Orleans Police Department will conduct a DWI checkpoint in the "Uptown area" Thursday night, from 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. Friday.

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