Officials Say Third Death Tied To Imelda Floods
Authorities say the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda have led to the death of a third person.
Ex-Saints Player, Doctor Are Arrested In Georgia Opioid Case
Former New Orleans Saints player Sedrick Hodge sold oxycodone pills in Cartersville, Georgia, northwest of Atlanta, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
Boy Wanders Away From School, Principal And Teacher On Leave
A mother says her son walked away from Park Vista Elementary School in the middle of the day and the school never notified her that the kindergartner was missing.
‘Nola No-call’ Lawsuit Is No More; Fan Drops His Fight
An attorney and New Orleans Saints fan said Monday he will go no further with his court fight against the NFL over game officials' failure to call an obvious penalty at a crucial point in a January playoff game.
50 Louisiana National Guard Soldiers Deploy To Afghanistan
Fifty members of Louisiana's National Guard are being deployed to Afghanistan to provide air and medical evacuation support to troops on the ground.
Louisiana Voter Registration Deadline For Fall Election Near
Deadlines for Louisiana residents to register to vote for the Oct. 12 statewide election are nearing.
Louisiana parish gets $42 million for storm protection
Lafourche Parish in southeastern Louisiana is getting nearly $42 million for storm protection projects.
Hundreds of Louisiana businesses permitted for CBD products
Louisiana's Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control has permitted 775 businesses to sell CBD products around the state.
Raiders cut Antonio Brown before playing a game with team
The Oakland Raiders have released disgruntled star receiver Antonio Brown before he ever played a game for the team.
Hot air balloons to invade Carencro
Hot air balloons are heading to Louisiana's Acadiana region for "Glow in the Cro," a new event taking place over the Labor Day holiday weekend.