Hundreds Of Inmates To Get Early Releases In System Overhaul
Roughly 1,900 inmates will be released on Nov. 1 as part of a criminal justice reform package.
High Court Won’t Revive Louisiana Coastal Wetlands Lawsuit
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the board's request for a review of the case Monday.
Two Dead After Shootings At Grambling
Police say the suspect fled.
Facebook Takes On Food Delivery, Challenges Uber And Others
Faqcebook wants a piece of the food delivery market.
Boy Scouts To Admit Girls To Cub Scouts
The Boy Scouts announce plans to admit girls to the Cub Scouts and establish new program for older girls.
Two Off-Duty Officers Died In Las Vegas Shooting
One woman, the roommate of the shooter, Marilou Danley, is being sought by police as a person of interest in the case.
More Than Fifty Dead, More 200 Injured After Las Vegas Shooting
The shooting happened during a Jason Aldean concert.
Black Lives Matter Can’t Be Sued
A Baton Rouge police officer sued Black Lives Matter.
Child Heart Patients Treated For Rare Surgical Infection
Children who underwent cardiac surgery at Children's Hospital in New Orleans this summer have contracted a rare surgical-site infection.
Phones Set Up To Help Texas Families Find Kin In Louisiana
A phone bank has been set up for Texas families trying to find loved ones evacuated after Hurricane Harvey to state-run shelters in Alexandria and Shreveport.
Mnuchin: Congress Needs To Tie Harvey Aid To Debt Limit Bill
Congress needs to combine a $7.9 billion disaster relief package for Harvey with a contentious increase in the nation's borrowing limit.
TX Residents Rescued From Flood Waters By Dump Truck
Humanity is aided by heavy machinery in rescuing flooded communities in Texas.