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Protecting yourself and your home from a fire

It's National Fire Prevention Week and firefighters across the country are asking you to be ready for a fire.

La. attorney, Miss. nurse anesthetist and Texas neuroscientist/musician vie to be 'Bachelor of the Year'

An LSU Law graduate from Louisiana, a nurse anesthetist from Mississippi and a neuroscientist/musician from Texas are vying to be Cosmopolitan magazine's 2012 'Bachelor of the Year.'

Make money while being part of the 2013 Super Bowl festivities

Wondering how to be a part of the 2013 Super Bowl festivities? Join the S.A.F.E. Management team and score an opportunity of a lifetime. S.A.F.E.

Experts believe Louisiana can avoid trend, costs of rising obesity

A new study shows that Louisiana's waistline is growing, and that it won't slim down any time soon.

App prevents texting while driving

Everybody knows you shouldn't be texting while you're driving, but people do it anyway," says inventor Chad Kennedy In many cases, the results can be deadly.

Alligator behavior: how Isaac changed hunters' season

Third generation alligator hunter Eugene Loupe and his crew hit the waters around Lake DesAllemends first thing every morning during alligator season until their 25 tags are filled.

LSU, Red Cross team support Isaac response

LSU’s partnership with the American Red Cross during disaster relief efforts continues as volunteers, including students and faculty, support relief efforts across Louisiana.

Tailgating changes for LSU's game against North Texas

Rain from Hurricane Isaac and its aftermath have caused the closure of several parking lots for LSU’s season opener against North Texas on Saturday. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. CDT.

Tulane using social media to show its students are safe

Tulane University's fall semester commenced last week.  However, students old and new had an unwelcome visitor on campus yesterday, Hurricane Isaac.

College degree still worth price of tuition

Even with the rising cost of tuition, going to college is still a smart decision. A new study by Georgetown University and the Lumina Center shows that almost all of the new jobs being created are going to college graduates.