After weeks of speculation, republican US Senator David Vitter says he is thinking about running for governor in 2015.
The state Board of Elementary & Secondary Education (BESE) has approved changes in implementing the new performance standards known as Common Core.
Tonight the national spotlight shines on Central Louisiana. To be more exact McNeeley Crossing, just south of Colfax on highway 8 in Grant Parish. “Mud People,” filmed at Louisiana MudFest premieres at 10 p.m. tonight on the Travel Channel.
Officials in north Louisiana are doing a study of plans to provide Amtrak passenger rail service across the region, with possible stops in Shreveport, Ruston and Monroe.
Louisiana oystermen say oysters are very hard to come by this winter and their $300-million industry is hurting.
Sentencing is scheduled today for a Jefferson Parish 13-year-old who admitted killed his little sister, while imitating moves he learned watching TV wrestling.
The Ouachita Parish Sheriff's office says a two-car accident Monday evening leaves one dead and another facing charges.
A man from Thibodaux is in the Lafourche Parish Detention Center amid allegations he stole cerebral palsy donations from a gas station.
Organizers of the annual Essence Festival in New Orleans say their headliner next July 4th weekend will be none other than Prince.
Senior quarterback Zach Mettenberger has a torn anterior cruciate ligament and will not play in LSU’s bowl game, ESPN reported Tuesday night. The team plans to address the issue publically today.
Mettenberger suffered the injury midway through the fourth quarter in LSU’s 31-27 comeback win over Arkansas on Friday.