Does Anyone Care About The State Treasurer’s Race?
LaPolitics.com Publisher Jeremy Alford who says even donors aren't writing checks the way the normally do.
Three Constitutional Amendments On The Oct. 14th Ballot
Voters should be aware of three constitutional amendments on the October 14th ballot.
LDH Files Suit Against Opioid Manufacturers
LDH is seeking damages for the amounts it has already paid for excessive opioid prescriptions and treatment costs as a result of those prescriptions.
House Majority Whip Scalise Back At The Capitol For First Time Since June Shooting
Scalise received a thunderous applause when he entered the House chambers and thanked those who helped save his life.
Gov. Edwards: State Can’t End Subsidies To Saints
Amid the ongoing NFL controversy, Governor John Bel Edwards says the state's contractual obligations to the Saints will stay.
Oklahoma Man Arrested In Lafayette For Alleged Sexual Assault & Home Invasion
An Oklahoma man has been arrested in Lafayette for allegedly breaking into a woman’s home and sexually assaulting her then demanding she drive him to an ATM.
Avoyelles: Change Of Venue Hearing Set For Today In Norris Greenhouse Child Murder Case
Will episode 2 of this high-profile case be moved from Avoyelles Parish?
There’s Science Behind Your Pumpkin Spice Obsession
The pumpkin spice craze is in full swing as it is around this time every year, and experts say there's science behind your autumn craving.
Job Fairs Taking Place Thursday To Help Young Adults Find Work
There are five job fair locations within Acadiana. The events will be held from 3-6 p.m. on Thursday only.
DCFS: Number Of Babies Exposed To Drugs In The Womb Triples From 2008 To 2016
Louisiana has seen a steady--and frightening--increase in newborns who are born with illegal drugs in their system.
Kenneth Gleason Arrested In 2 Baton Rouge Murders; Possibly Racially Motivated
The Baton Rouge Police Department announces Kenneth Gleason is charged with two counts of second-degree murder in the random deaths of two black men last week that cops had said could be racially motivated.
Sen. Kennedy Supports Cassidy’s Healthcare Bill But Says It Needs Improvement
U.S. Senator John Kennedy supports his fellow Louisiana lawmaker’s health care bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.