State Court Suit Over ‘No-call’ Can Proceed Against NFL
A Louisiana judge won't stop a lawsuit against the NFL over the playoff "no-call" that led to the Rams beating the Saints and advancing to the 2019 Super Bowl.
AG Files Suit Over Removal Of Vermilion Teacher From Meeting
Attorney General Jeff Landry's lawsuit accuses the Vermilion Parish School Board and its members of violating the state's Open Meetings Law by stifling public debate
Officer, Woman Killed; Suspect Dies After Shooting Himself
Sylvester Holt is dead after an hours-long standoff on the Crescent City Connection Bridge yesterday.
Suspect In Custody For Slaying Of Jefferson Parish Deputy
The sheriff's deputy shot to death on a busy suburban New Orleans street has been identified as 51-year-old David F. Michel Jr.
Police: Asst. Principal Arrested After Woman Disappears
Police suspect foul play in the disappearance of the 40-year-old Baton Rouge woman.
‘Raise the Age’ Bill Passes Senate With Strong Support
Gov. John Bel Edwards supports the proposal saying treating 17-year-old offenders as adults "is costing our state too much money."
Crews Laying Fiber-Optic Cable Along I-10 For Miss. Traffic System
The Intelligent Traffic System will link 92 video cameras, 40 advisory boards and sensors that detect vehicle motion and nine overhead electronic message boards.
Mississippi House Proposes Firing Squad As Execution Method
The Mississippi House wants to allow the state prison system to execute prisoners using a firing squad.
FEMA Urges Flood Victims Not To Wait To Begin Repairs
Those with flooded property should take photographs of any damage and keep receipts for any repair work done.
Another La. Town Facing Major Drinking Water Issues
Donaldsonville residents are being told not to drink tap water. St. Joseph residents know what they are going through.
Obama Declares Flood-Hit Louisiana A Disaster
The White House says the declaration makes federal aid available to north Louisiana parishes hit by more than 18 inches of rain last week.
Deputy Marshal Charged In Boy’s Killing Freed On $1M bond
Derrick Stafford will be monitored electronically at his home following his release Wednesday from the Avoyelles Parish Jail.