GOP conservative temporarily blocks $19B disaster bill
A House GOP conservative complaining of Washington's free-spending and opaque ways blocked a long-overdue $19 billion disaster aid bill on Friday, extending a tempest over hurricane and flood relief that has left the measure meandering for months.
Saints Among Host Of Teams Interested In Gerald McCoy
The New Orleans Saints, along with a host of other teams, have interest in a 6-time Pro Bowl defensive player
How Drew Brees Felt When Tom Brady Won The SB At 41 [Video]
Saints future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees was recently asked about seeing Tom Brady winning the Super Bowl at 41.
Two Men Die After Trying To Jump Louisiana Drawbridge
In a story that seems straight out of The Dukes of Hazzard or the Blues Brothers, two Texas men tried to jump a draw bridge in Calcasieu Parish.
Local Lawn Co. Helps Woman Seen Cutting Grass With Scissors
When Dylan Alleman, Brock Trahan and Ray Martinez from Ameriscape Lawn & Landscapes Maintenance saw an elderly Acadiana woman cutting her grass with scissors, they knew they needed to step in to help.
LSU's Crazy Win Over Auburn Propels Them On In SEC Championship
The LSU Tigers are moving on in the 2019 SEC Baseball Tournament after they won in one of the most improbable ways.
ALERT: Boaters Are Urged To Avoid The Vermilion River
Boaters are urged to stay off the Vermillion River this Memorial Day weekend.
Dodie Horton on Tax Cuts: 'Not All Republicans are Equal'
State Representative Dodie Horton talks about the move in the State House to roll back the sales tax passed last year.
House Agrees to Pay Sheriffs More to House Inmates
The Louisiana House has unanimously agreed to boost the amount the state pays parish sheriffs for housing state inmates in local jails, an increase that would eventually cost $30 million per year.
Arguments Over Rape and Incest Divide Abortion Opponents
Even as the anti-abortion movement celebrates the sweeping bans passed in several states, it's divided by a widening rift over whether those prohibitions should apply to victims of rape and incest.
Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office Daily Booking Report
There were close to three dozen people booked into the jail in the last 24 hours.
Division lll School Kicked Out Of Conference For Being Too Good
The University of St. Thomas was kicked out of their conference after they dominated the Intercollegiate Athletic Conference too much.
Presidential hopeful John Delaney seeks carbon emissions fee
Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney is the latest 2020 contender to introduce a climate change plan.
Louisiana House ends death penalty ban debate without vote
Louisiana's annual debate over whether to abolish the death penalty appears to have ended, after a House lawmaker shelved his proposal Thursday without a vote.
Drew Brees Talks Flag Football & Future Of The Game - OFFSIDES
LISTEN as Brandon Comeaux and Shannon Wilkerson sit down with the Saints QB and businessman to talk about his flag football league and his latest business venture - Surge Entertainment.
Louisiana sales tax phase-out plan wins House backing
Lawmakers in the Louisiana House agreed to roll back the state sales tax passed in 2018 earlier than its planned mid-2025 expiration date.