Actor, Musician Corey Feldman Arrested In Louisiana
80s icon actor, musician Corey Feldman was arrested last night in North Louisiana on unspecified drug charges.
LSU Gets Grant To Study Exercise In Drinkers With HIV/AIDS
The new studies will see whether HIV-positive people who drink too much alcohol are also more likely to have impaired glucose tolerance.
100 Mile Historic Hwy 80 Yard Sale is This Weekend
The Historic Hwy 80 Yard Sale is this weekend, and runs through five states, with 100 miles going right through north Louisiana.
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.
Boudin Cook-Off Celebrates 10th Anniversary This Weekend
Saturday at Parc Sans Souci starting at 10am.
Fundraiser Jambalaya May Have Sickened Dozens, Killed One
Department of Health spokeswoman Samantha Hartmann says at least 49 got sick after eating dish sold on Monday, with 31 having to be hospitalized.
LPSS Reviewing Sibling Priorities At Magnet Academies
The issue brought passionate debate among parents, teachers and board members.
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…
The Strange New Orleans Legend Of ‘The Grunch’
As Louisianans, it's no shock to us that we have probably the most urban legends of any state in the country. We have so many, that I've lived here my entire life and still stumble across stories I've never heard. Today I came across the legend of "The Grunch" and it's …