Suburban voters are pressuring Republicans to act on guns
Following the news has grown stressful for Angela Tetschner, a 39-year-old nurse raising four children in this sprawling Phoenix suburb of tile roofs, desert yards, young families and voters who are increasingly up for grabs.
Sanders’ criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is proposing a criminal justice overhaul that aims to cut the nation's prison population in half, end mandatory minimum sentencing, ban private prisons and legalize marijuana.
Livingston voters to decide if town stays dry
Buying anything stronger than beer in the Louisiana town of Livingston has been next to impossible for quite some time, but that could soon be changing.
Graves: Livingston Parish to get $5.3M to elevate 88 homes
Louisiana U.S. Rep. Garret Graves says Livingston Parish will receive a $5.3 million federal grant to fund the elevation of 88 homes that were substantially damaged during the 2016 flood.
New general in Louisiana National Guard
The Louisiana National Guard's newest general is a high school assistant principal and sports coach in daily life.
Crowd of strangers says goodbye to El Paso shooting victim
Thousands of strangers from Los Angeles to Tucson have come to El Paso, Texas, to say goodbye to an El Paso shooting victim after hearing that she had few family members.
Reporter ID’d In New Orleans Small Plane Crash
WVUE-TV confirms that Nancy Parker, a reporter and anchor at the television station for 23 years, was killed in the crash Friday afternoon near Lakefront Airport.
A Time-out For The NFL In ‘NOLA no-call’ Lawsuit
Louisiana's Supreme Court has ruled that the NFL can hold off, for now, on providing documents and answering questions in a New Orleans Saints fan's lawsuit.
US: 1 Victim Died In Multi-state Drug, Prostitution Scheme
Federal prosecutors in New Orleans have charged a Louisiana woman with fraud in connection with a scheme to drug and steal from prostitution customers — including one who died after being drugged.
Former Louisiana Sheriff Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Incest
Former St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain faces state charges that he raped underage boys and committed acts of incest — allegations dating back to the 1970s.
2 Former Fraternity Brothers Out Of Jail In Hazing Death
Two former fraternity brothers are free after serving time for misdemeanor hazing in connection with the alcohol poisoning death of a Louisiana State University student in 2017.
Edwards Seeks More Disaster Relief For Louisiana After Barry
Gov. John Bel Edwards says he's asked President Donald Trump to declare a major disaster for Louisiana after Hurricane Barry.