Nominate Acadiana’s Best For Our First Responders Banquet
We want to salute the best police officers, firemen or EMS worker at the inaugural First Responders Banquet.
Covington Teacher Arrested for Biting 2-Year-Old on Face
A former Covington, Louisiana area teacher was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly biting one of her students.
Louisiana Man Given 9 Month Sentence for Tossing Rock Through Government Window
A Louisiana man has been sentenced to nine months in prison for throwing a rock through a window of a Social Security Administration office.
Hunters Reminded About Leaving Firearms In Vehicles
As we get deeper into hunting season authorities are reminding hunters about their responsibility when it comes to carrying weapons in a vehicle.
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.
Woman Arrested For Using Pepper Spray At Chuck E. Cheese’s
A night of fun at a popular family restaurant turned violent when an argument between adults escalated to criminal levels.
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.
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.
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.
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.