“So You Think You Can Dance” returns for 12th season in summer 2015

 FOX has renewed the Emmy Award-winning SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE for a 12th season.

Fox's award-winning hit, “Bob's Burgers,” at a brand new time on sunday nights

 The curfew has been extended for the Emmy-Award winning, fan-favorite animated family comedy series BOB’S BURGERS. Starting this Sunday, Nov.

Former LSU baseball and football standout Alvin Dark, dies at age 92

Alvin Dark, a member of the LSU Athletic Hall of Fame and an MLB World Series champion as both a player and manager, died Thursday at the age of 92 in his home in Easley, S.C.

La. GOHSEP wants you to prepare for winter weather

The Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) is asking residents to prepare themselves for the first dangerous winter weather of the season.

US ARMY Staff Sgt. Clifton Belton

Staff Sergeant Clifton Belton of the XVIII Airbone Corps of the United States Army sends a greeting to his friends and family in Natchez, Mississippi, for Thanksgiving 2014.

LSU cheerleader stunned by proposal, video goes viral

Saturday was a sad night at Tiger Stadium. But it was the happiest night in the lives of two Tigers fans.

Why are vinyl records making a comeback?

Record stores are thriving due to the growing popularity of vinyl records. Vinyl records disappeared off store shelves with the introduction of the compact disc and digital music files.

State Fire Marshal shares tips on staying warm while avoiding harm

As colder weather settles across Louisiana this week, the State Fire Marshal wishes to remind everyone that the improper use of heating equipment such as portable space heaters, is a leading cause of residential fire deaths.

National Weather Service radar gets a little TLC

 Chances are you've seen one on your way to an airport or along the interstate. It may look a lot like a giant golf ball, but it actually serves a very important purpose and this week...it's getting a little 'TLC.'

To spank or not to spank: the question all parents face

Parenting styles have changed, more and more, Baton Rouge parents are saying, they’ve stopped spanking their children.