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Saints win Super Bowl XLIV

NEW ORLEANS - The New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl in franchise history on Sunday. The Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts last night 31-17. It was the Saints first Super Bowl appearance in franchise history. Drew Brees received

Caught in the Web: Old board game gets a new look

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NFL stars pair up to help 9th Ward

NEW ORLEANS - Saints Quarterback Drew Brees and former running back Marshall Faulk want to help build a football stadium and track at Carver High School in the 9th Ward. They are asking donors to text the word "dream" to 50555 to help.

Volunteers fight for the coast with footballs

Crystal Kobza reports on one group's effort to help the coastal area.

Caught in the Web: Video game predicts Super Bowl winner

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Local theatre ordered not to show Super Bowl

NEW ORLEANS - A theatre in New Orleans will not be broadcasting the Super Bowl like it did the NFC Championship. The Prytania Theatre reportedly got a cease-and-desist order from the NFL to not show anymore games. The NFL says it infringes on t

Caught in the Web: Preview of ads for 2010 Super Bowl

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Council votes yes on rate increase

LAFAYETTE - A rate increase for all Lafayette Utilities System customers has been approved. Officials say the two year increase is about 7% each year. The increase was passed by the smallest possible margin by the council last night 5-4. The

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.