Trial Date Set For Acadiana Priest In Child Pornography Case
An Acadiana priest facing 500 counts of possession of child pornography goes on trial Feb. 5.
As Black Friday Spreads Globally, A Push Against It Emerges
As Black Friday spreads globally, in France an anti-Black Friday movement has emerged among e-commerce sites that oppose consumerism.
Governor’s Staffer Resigns After Sexual Misconduct Claim
Former Deputy Chief of Staff for Programs and Planning Johnny Anderson said he is innocent of any wrongdoing and intends to fight the allegation.
Historic Tax Reform Bill Passes US House Vote
The tax reform package will transform the way American families file for federal taxes.
Edwards’ Puerto Rico Trip Cost Louisiana Taxpayers $5,100
State taxpayers foot the bill for the two-day trip to Puerto Rico.
BREAKING: Shootings At Multiple Sites Kill 3, Wound Kids At School
The shootings in rural Northern California have led to three deaths and child injuries.
TX Gunman Once Fled Mental Health Center, Threatened Superiors
More details of the shooter's history come forth.
Rand Paul Recoving From Five Broken Ribs
The suspect is accused of attacking Paul on Friday, but officials have not released a motive.
New Online Site Will Let Louisiana Parents Compare Schools
The new Web site--that will launch Tuesday--will offer parents the option to search for and compare Louisiana schools.
Armed Driver Plows Through Crowds In Manhattan
Witnesses have described a chaotic scene of a white pickup truck hitting bicyclists on a path near the World Trade Center
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.