Louisiana Cat To Expand Facility, Add 60 Jobs
The jobs created will be added over the next five years, with salaries averaging $60,000.
Alton Sterling Shooting Prompts New Look At Police Training
Nearly a year after Baton Rouge police fatally shot a black man outside a convenience store, Louisiana lawmakers are considering an increase in training requirements for officers.
U.S. General Suggests Russia Arming Taliban
The top American general in Afghanistan is suggesting that Russia is arming the Taliban.
First Farmer Lawsuit On Deck Against Syngenta Over China Trade
The first of tens of thousands of U.S. lawsuits is set to go to trial against Syngenta.
Authorities: Tennessee Student, Teacher Found In California
The teen had been missing from her Tennessee home since March 13.
Bill O’Reilly Fired Amid Sexual Harrassment Claims
O'Reilly responsible for $13 million in settlements paid to accusers in last several year.
21st Century Fox: Bill O’Reilly Won’t Return To Fox News
21st Century Fox: Bill O'Reilly won't return to Fox News.
Wild Hogs Poison Halted Due To Concerns Over Black Bear
Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain has halted the sale of Kaput.
Public Takes Its Turn To Talk About Louisiana’s Budget
Tuesday was public testimony day in the Appropriations Committee
Ex-NFL Star Aaron Hernandez Dead After Hanging Self In Cell
He was serving a life sentence for killing his friend Odin Lloyd.
Man Sought In Cleveland Facebook Killing Is Dead
Pennsylvania State Police say the suspect in the random killing of a Cleveland retiree posted on Facebook has shot and killed himself after a brief pursuit.
Louisiana Picks Contractor To Manage Flood Aid Program
It happens to be the same firm that was earlier selected for the work and then saw its contract scrapped.