NEW ORLEANS —
New Orleans city leaders, community organizers and families put a local spin on a national event Tuesday.
The National Night Out Against Crime brought more than a hundred people to Tennessee Street in the Lower Ninth Ward. The event follows a bump in certain crimes after Hurricane Ida hit New Orleans in late August.
"We saw an increase in residential burglaries and business burglaries," NOPD Superintendent Shaun Ferguson told WDSU. "But through it all, we continue to make arrests. We're very grateful and proud of the men and women of the New Orleans...