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Attorney General launches Ultimate Consumer Challenge for La. Youth

Attorney General Buddy Caldwell is pleased to launch an exciting new year for Louisiana’s high school students with the 19th Annual LifeSmarts Ultimate Consumer Challenge.

Alicia Keys to sing National Anthem at Super Bowl XLVII

Fourteen-time Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys will sing the National Anthem as part of Super Bowl XLVII pregame festivities at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on February 3, the NFL announced today.

Louisiana official's message resonates with state

The Louisiana State Department's top ranking state police official released a message via Facebook that is resonating with people across the state.

Time to set resolutions and stick with them

Most people say their New Year resolutions are to get healthy, eat better, loose weight, or tone up - but staying on track, for most it’s always a struggle.

'Tis the season to donate those unwanted giftcards or presents

What if you knew you wanted to give back this season but couldn't financially? Well, did you get some gift cards to a store or two you that you're sure you'll never use? Stop right there.

New app for the outdoor enthusiasts

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) launched its first iPhone application on December 19. The application is free and available on the App Store.

Holiday travel is most dangerous for drivers

As families across the state come together this holiday season, Louisiana State Police would like to see one holiday tradition come to an end.

Strawberry farmers keep weathered eye on freezing weather

The strawberry industry is a multi-million dollar one here in the state of Louisiana. That's why farmers across the area have been keeping a weathered eye on the freezing weather these past few days.

‘Silver Magic Santa Bell’ hopes to teach kids meaning of Christmas through song

A familiar name around town is hoping to start a new Christmas tradition with a song he wrote.

When buying used, make sure it wasn’t flooded

With thousands of cars damaged by hurricanes, like Katrina and Sandy, he says consumers need to look out for tricks some insurance companies play to try and sell these vehicles anyway.