Hospitalizations Dropping in Louisiana
Hospitalizations for COVID-19 in Louisiana have dropped to the lowest level since late December.
White House Suggests Tougher Rules in Louisiana
The White House’s coronavirus advisers are urging Louisiana to step up its restrictions to combat the spread of COVID-19.
More Good News on the Vaccine Front
Promising news on another COVID-19 vaccine.
Texas 1st State to Surpass 1 Million Cases
Texas has become the first U.S. state with more than 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases.
Trump Sues in 3 States
As Democrat Joe Biden inches closer to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House, President Donald Trump’s campaign has put into action the legal strategy the president had signaled for weeks.
LSU Frat Member Faces Hazing Charges
Another alleged hazing case at LSU.
Trump Threatens to Fire Fauci
President Donald Trump is suggesting he'll fire Dr. Anthony Fauci after Tuesday’s election, as his rift with the nation’s top infectious disease expert widens.
LSU Freshman Finley Thrives, Tigers Stop South Carolina
LSU gets to 2-2 on the season with big win over South Carolina.
California Utility May Cut Power to 1 Million People
Pacific Gas & Electric says it may cut power to some 1 million people this weekend in central and Northern California.
Shooting Rampage in Canada Leaves at Least 16 Dead
Canadian police say at least 16 people are dead after a shooting rampage across the province of Nova Scotia
British Prime Minister Johnson Tests Positive for Virus
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the new coronavirus.
FDA Approves Coronavirus Test With Rapid Results
New test can get results to you in 45 minutes.
Tornado Hits Nashville, at Least 8 Die
Tornadoes ripped across Tennessee early Tuesday, killing at least eight people. The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency confirmed the preliminary death toll as first responders search the wreckage
Former State Police Boss Attacked in French Quarter
The former head of the Louisiana State Police suffered minor injuries in a French Quarter scuffle the day before Mardi Gras.
Boy Scouts File for Bankruptcy Due to Sex Abuse Lawsuits
The Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy protection as it faces a barrage of new sex-abuse lawsuits.
Virus Cases in China Top SARS as Evacuations Begin
Countries have began evacuating their citizens from the Chinese city hardest-hit by a new virus that has now infected more people in China than were sickened in the country by SARS.
2 Killed Outside Bar in Kansas City
Police: 2 dead, 15 reportedly injured in Missouri shooting
U.S Citizens Urged to Leave Iraq ‘Immediately’
All public consular operations have been suspended at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.
Chaos in Paris Forces Eiffel Tower to Close
The Eiffel Tower shut down, France’s high-speed trains stood still and tens of thousands of people marched through Paris and other cities Thursday in a massive and sometimes chaotic outpouring of anger at the government’s plan to overhaul the retirement system.
4 Killed at Party in California
Four people were killed and six more wounded when “unknown suspects” sneaked into a backyard filled with people at a party in central California and fired into the crowd, police said.