Top New Orleans news: 'Johnny Rock' found alive in Mississippi; chef offers free food to evacuees

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Missed the the most recent top news in New Orleans? Read on for everything you need to know.

City's late-fee amnesty ends

City leaders say that the city waived about $3.2 million in fees and taxes. 

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Tourists re-create Homer Simpson’s culinary tour of New Orleans

Two Swiss tourists set out to re-create every iconic scene from "The Simpson's" episode in which Homer ate at dozens of the city's restaurants.

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New Orleans actor 'Johnny Rock' found alive in Mississippi woods 

John McCarron, known as Johnny Rock, had last been seen on June 6 in the 5200 block of Coliseum Street in New Orleans, police said.

Read the full story on WZZM13.

Thousands stranded in New Orleans after cruise ships divert from hurricane's path

The cruises were supposed to end in Florida, but the Coast Guard made the call to close the docks at Port Canaveral and Port Miami. 

Read the full story on WWL.

New Orleans chef offers free meal to hurricane evacuees

Pete Vasquez said he’ll offer free food to anyone evacuating from Florida to New Orleans. 

Read the full story on Fox News.

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