The State Fire Marshal’s Office is offering a warning to residents about the potential dangers of spontaneous ignition from common “spring cleaning” chemicals.
A Louisiana grand jury has indicted three men in the shooting death of a Shreveport police officer.
A Louisiana company got kudos from the Governor for today for putting out the Deer Park fire. Gov. John Bel Edwards praised Louisiana-owned US Fire
Lafayette Public Library and BiblioBoard announce a local author contest accepting adult and young adult fiction. Winners in each category will receive $500 as well
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) – Louisiana has recovered more than $22 million of tax refund overpayments made last week, the revenue department said Wednesday. Agency
The Coast Guard rescued two people from a sailboat that was sinking in the Gulf of Mexico, about 20 miles south of Venice. The crew
Florence and Michael won’t have another chance to wreak havoc in the Atlantic Basin. The names of these two storms, which caused extensive fatalities and
State Police arrested 25-year-old Mohammad Abudayeh of Alexandria for unauthorized use of supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) benefits, computer fraud, money laundering, racketeering, and bank
NAPOLEONVILLE, La. – A murder-suicide occurred late Tuesday afternoon near Supreme, south of Napoleonville, according to Assumption Parish Sheriff Leland Falcon. At 5:20 p.m., the
A non-profit organization in Baton Rouge is recognizing officers for the kind acts they perform in the community. Beyond the Badge has spotlighted 17 law
Boat captains, boat owners, dock managers and processors attended a pre-season meeting on Tuesday hosted by the LSU AgCenter and Louisiana Sea Grant, and during
Thousands of Louisiana residents may be getting checks for unclaimed property money in their mailboxes this week. According to State Treasurer John M. Schroder, the
President Donald Trump is expected to nominate a Louisiana native as Ambassador to Cabo Verde. The White House announced on Tuesday that President Trump intends
The federal Medicaid agency says a November audit that said Louisiana’s Medicaid expansion program may have spent as much as $85 million on ineligible enrollees is “deeply troubling.”
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s attorney general has sued a local Catholic diocese and its former bishop, claiming they knowingly employed pedophiles. Attorney General