NOAA Lowers Predicted Storm Total for 2018 Hurricane Season
NOAA has lowered its prediction for the number of named storms for this hurricane season.
Documentary Examines 2014 N.I. Shooting of Handcuffed Black Man (VIDEO)
Investigation Discovery aired a two-hour documentary Monday night called “Sugar Town,” which examined the controversial death of Victor White the Third.
Time Capsule Found under Confederate Monument Opened in Nola
A time capsule has been uncovered in New Orleans as the result of the removal of a pedestal that once carried a statue of P.G.T. Beauregard.
Switchblades Legalized Across Louisiana
The devices have been banned for decades.
Lafayette Man Arrested In Fatal Crash Involving East Baton Rouge Metro Councilman
State Police is reminding motorists about the three-foot rule when passing bicycles following a fatal wreck on Saturday in St. Francisville that killed avid bicyclist and East Baton Rouge Metro Councilman Buddy Amoroso.
Lucky St. Landry Parish Convenience Store Keeps Producing Winners
After a stop at a gas station in Grand Coteau this weekend, someone is now $2 million richer.
New Study Shows Majority of Pediatricians No Longer in Favor of Spankings
It’s a disciplinary action that has been around for years, but now a study involving Tulane University researchers finds that about three out of four pediatricians are saying spankings are no longer recommended.
La. Remembers Those Who Paid The Ultimate Sacrifice
The nation observes its 47th federally recognized Memorial Day today. The tradition memorializes those who died while serving in the US Military.
Iberia Bank Closing 22 Branch Locations
Iberia Bank, the largest financial company based in Louisiana, is closing 22 branch locations this year in the state.
Two Legislators Involved In Fist Fight Over Legislation (VIDEO)
WATCH Rep. Stuart Bishop apologize for his conduct at the Louisiana State Capitol.