Behind The Lens
Rolling blackouts in New Orleans. A hunger strike at Angola. And teachers begin receiving vaccinations.
Back to school, now with vaccine for teachers. If they can get them. And a Tulane School of Medicine administrator alleges discrimination at the university.
NOLA Public Schools reveals 140 previously unreported COVID cases since the beginning of the school year. A report shows police chases responding to nonviolent crimes are up. And the ACLU sues the Louisiana State Police.
City officials ask community to help boost school attendance. Council considers a new Entergy shutoff moratorium. And the latest on the Phase III jail facility.
Disappearing scholarships at SUNO. A new data-sharing system for New Orleans law enforcement. Schools reopen. And the latest on the Phase III jail building.
A growing backlog in Criminal District Court. And a drop in public school attendance from before the pandemic.
Chronically absent students. Property tax cuts for businesses. And a new DA is inaugurated in Orleans Parish.
Cantrell ends furloughs for some employees. City schools move back to virtual. And older prisoners will soon get the vaccine.
More ITEP requests from Folgers. Emails reveal more about NOPD's use of facial recognition. And a look back at The Lens' coverage of everything that was 2020.
A wrap on last week's election from our panel of reporters.