Hurricane Dorian Claims at Least 7 Lives in the Bahamas
Bahamians rescued victims of Hurricane Dorian with jet skis and a bulldozer as the U.S. Coast Guard, Britain's Royal Navy and a handful of aid groups tried to get food and medicine to survivors and take the most desperate people to safety.
Bossier School Board Member Pleads Guilty
A Louisiana school board member has pleaded guilty in a steroid conspiracy.
Fight Is on to Lower Drug Prices
The Attorney General of Louisiana has joined a federal lawsuit that alleges drug manufacturers conspired to inflate pricing, reduce competition and restrain the trade of generic drugs.
White Man Arrested in Fires at 3 Black Churches in Louisiana
Each church catered to an African American congregation. Each graced a rustic, country setting
Louisiana Lawmakers Look at Ways to Spend Extra Cash
Now that Louisiana's governor and legislative leaders have settled on updated state income projections, the haggling begins over how to spend the newly available millions.
Big News for LSU Vet School
Louisiana State University's veterinary school is getting an $11.5 million federal health grant to start a center aimed at finding ways to treat and prevent lung disease in people.
What Happens Now with Government Shutdown?
The federal government shutdown only partially curbs operations. But the longer the shutdown continues, the more likely its impact will be felt.
Airman, Commander Dead in Murder-Suicide at Lackland AFB
A spokesman for joint base San Antonio-Lackland says military-issued and personal firearms are heavily restricted on the base and that it's not clear whether a gunman involved in a murder-suicide was authorized to have a weapon.