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A Historic Night for the Black and Gold

THE NEW ORLEANS SAINTS ARE SUPERBOWL CHAMPIONS! Despite being the underdogs, it was a historic night for the New Orleans Saints.

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

Here are some stories we found tonight, "Caught in the Web":

Woman's Hospital's First "Who Dat Baby"

One hundred babies will be born Saints fans this weekend at Woman's Hospital—really! Newborns kept their heads warm under a beanie with the team’s logo on it. Bradyn Norwood Devall was the first baby that got one.

MoJeaux Band Miami-Bound!

A local band is saying “Bye-bye Baton Rouge” and “Hello Miami!” The MoJeaux band will be hitting the stage as part of a huge Saints after-party for Super Bowl XLIV. The group made quite the impression playing for the Saints at a team Christmas pa

East Side Students Showing Saints Pride

Nearly 600 students and most of the staff at East Side Elementary dressed down in black and gold today all to show Saints Pride. All of kids say they plan to cheer for the Who Dat Boys on Superbowl Sunday instead of focusing on honmework.

Saints Fans Purchasing Black and Gold Wreaths

Black and Gold fever is spreading...and fans must get their hands on everything Saints related before the big game on Sunday. Fans are now buying black and gold wreaths to show off for the Superbowl.

Caught in the Web: Video game predicts Super Bowl winner

Here are some stories we found tonight, "Caught in the Web":

Officials Say Abstinence Until Marriage Program is Flawed

Planned Parenthood Officials say the Abstinence Until Marriage Program doesn't provide adolescents the proper information they need to make the right decisions.Public affairs Julie Mickelberry says Louisiana has seen an increase in STD's involving yo

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

Here are some stories we found tonight, "Caught in the Web":

Saints inspire local artist

The Saints’ incredible march to Super Bowl XLIV in Miami inspires a local artist—to paint it. Dwayne Conrad has titled this masterpiece "Who Dat Nation: The Journey.” Conrad says yhe painting takes us back four decades starting with the franchise