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Jarrius 'Little JJ' Robertson, the 15-year-old New Orleans native and Saints superfan who has battled liver disease all of his 15 years, will receive the WWE's Warrior Award during Wrestlemania Week in April. WWE said in a statement that Robertson "has exhibited unwavering strength and perseverance" and "lives life with the courage and compassion that embodies the indomitable spirit of Ultimate Warrior."


Danny and Mary Becnel gave $1 million to Loyola University's College of Law to endow the university's Trial Advocacy Program, which prepares law students with basic litigation skills across a wide variety of forms of legal practice. Mary Becnel is a retired district court judge with 23 years' experience. Danny Becnel recently retired from the firm he founded, Becnel Law Firm. Both are alumni of Loyola's law school.


A parents' group at Bowling Green School, a private Christian K-12 school in Franklinton, held a gun raffle to raise funds for a graduation event. Among the 30 weapons being raffled were two AR-15 rifles like the one used in the recent mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. The rifles were outlawed in the U.S. from 1994 to 2004.


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