Man Sentenced For Downloading Hundreds Of Child Porn Images
22-year-old Trevor Lee Engle of Lafayette faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty on Thursday to possessing approximately 300 images of child pornography on a cell phone.
Oklahoma Man Gets Life In Prison For Child Pornography
A judge has sentenced an Oklahoma workman to life in prison for hiding cameras in homes to capture images of girls.
New Orleans Says Goodbye To Storyteller And Her Story
Nancy Parker was known for her off-camera wit, warmth, and devotion to family and for her on-camera, Emmy-winning knack for presenting a story.
Walmart To Revamp, Reopen El Paso Store After Mass Shooting
Walmart plans to reopen the El Paso store where 22 people were killed in a mass shooting earlier this month, the retail giant said Thursday, but the entire interior of the building will first be rebuilt.
Alternating Lane Closures Happening On West Congress Street
From now until Friday, September 13, W. Congress Street between Meadow Lane and Westwood Drive will be having alternating lane closures.
Texas County Cuts Ties With 'Live PD' Police TV Show
A Texas county has banned a television production company from filming law enforcement officers there for a reality show.
Strong Winds Send Restaurant Employees Flying Into The Air
A horrifying moment was caught on camera as two restaurant employees were sent flying through the air by strong winds as they tried to hold on to their event tent.
ACLU Sues Ascension Parish Over Detainment Of Hispanic US Citizen
The ACLU sues the Ascension Parish Sheriff, accusing the department of detaining a US Citizen for four days for immigration review because he was Hispanic.
Man Accused Of Setting Fire To Former In-laws' Home
A Louisiana man accused of setting fire to a trailer owned by his former in-laws has been arrested more than a year after the blaze.
Louisiana Association Of Business And Industry Backs Both GOP Governor Candidates
A powerful Louisiana business lobbying group wants a Republican for governor, but isn't choosing between the two major GOP contenders challenging Democratic incumbent John Bel Edwards.
Louisiana Candidates Split On Constitutional Convention Idea
While efforts to rewrite Louisiana's constitution stalled with state lawmakers, advocates for a constitutional convention are trying to make new inroads for the movement, seeing opportunity with legislative term limits and statewide elections this fall.
LPSS Board Candidate Series: Hannah Smith Mason, District 8
Mason appeared as part of the KPEL Candidate Series.
LPSS Board Candidate Series: Hubert Gauthier, District 9
Gauthier appeared as part of the KPEL Candidate Series.
Kathleen Blanco 'Celebration of Life' [WATCH LIVE]
The interfaith service is the first in a series of memorials planned for the former Governor.
MLB Warns Players of Over the Counter Sex Enhancers
Gives the term "performance enhancing drugs" a whole new meaning
Rumor Control: 'I'm Very Much Alive!'
Monique Dixon and her family have been getting calls and texts after rumors spread that she was dead.