Officials Say Angola Rape Allegations False, Unfounded
Officials arre blaming a Baton Rouge TV news reporter for spawning the allegations
St. Mary Parish Accident Claims Life Of Two-Year-Old, Driver Arrested
The single vehicle wreck occurred on Highway 83 in St. Mary Parish Wednesday morning.
La. Has Dodged November Hurricanes, But Will It Last
State Climatologist Barry Keim is keeping his fingers crossed that November's streak for no hurricanes holds true.
Health Dept Warns Of Toxic Lead Levels At Indoor Shooting Ranges
There are at least 50 shooting ranges in Louisiana, a third of those are indoor.
Job Numbers Show Tremendous Growth In State’s Travel Industry
Not only is the industry creating jobs, it’s also bringing in a large portion of the state’s tax revenue.
Eight Arrested On Multiple Medicaid Welfare Fraud Charges In Acadiana
The individuals arrested were allegedly submitting time sheets and service logs for Medicaid services while working other jobs.
Louisiana Ranks 42nd In Tax Competitiveness
According to the Tax Foundation’s State Business Tax Climate Index, Louisiana ranks 42nd on tax competitiveness. Senior Policy Analyst Jared Walczak says the reason for this low rating is because the Bayou State has one of the nation’s most complex tax structures…
Louisiana Tops In Murder Rate Again
Even with declines over the past 20 years, the Pelican State still leads in national merder rates.
Father Allegedly Murders 11-Month-Old Baby, Claims He Messed Up
33-year-old Fabian Smith is charged in the death of 11-month-old Jericho Smith.
Slain NOPD Officer Identified, Shooter Is Under Arrest
Chief Michael Harrison says police are still investigating what exactly happened.
10 LSU Students Face Charges In Death Of LSU Fraternity Pledge
Ten LSU students are facing charges in connection with last month’s hazing death of 18-year-old Maxwell Gruver.
President Trump’s Approval Rating Drops Slightly In Louisiana
Despite the slight drop, Louisiana has the 4th highest approval rating for our commander-in-chief.