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Lottery drawings produce $6.9M in winnings in August, scratch-off winners claim $9.6M

From remodeling a kitchen to “putting the money in the bank and waiting for the grandkids to call,” Louisiana Lottery players had big plans for the more than $6.9 million in prizes won during drawings held in August.

Twerking illegal in Louisiana? Nope, you’ve been fooled

A city in Louisiana is making twerking illegal? Nope. You’ve been fooled.

Community Coffee provides more than a cup for Red Cross

What's in your coffee cup? During disaster, when the American Red Cross shares that cup, it's comfort. And now, Community Coffee Company is making that happen for many more people in South Louisiana when disaster strikes.

Mike VI exhibits normal, young adult tiger behavior but may not attend all home games

Mike VI, LSU’s live tiger mascot, is an important part of the LSU community and its athletic traditions. Fans love to see Mike VI on the field as part of LSU’s pre-game festivities.

LSU's Mike VI makes his own game-time decisions

If you went to the first LSU home football game, you might have noticed something missing. The school's live tiger mascot, Mike VI, skipped out on last weekend's game.

Local eatery releases burger paying tribute to New Orleans Saints

Just in time for the football season, fast food restaurant Sonic has released its "Who Dat" Burger.

SCAM ALERT: BBB warns about telemarketing scheme claiming to be from 'DMV'

The Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles will issue you a driver’s license or a tag for your vehicle and provide several other services; but they will not help you save money on auto insurance.

Your photos could reveal more than you might think: how to keep your info safe

Did you have any idea people could track the photos you post online and find you? Well it turns out that some of the photos you take with your cell phone can pinpoint your exact location.

'Crazy' ants taking over Louisiana

If you see ants in your home, they may not be your usual ants. The newest species is taking over Louisiana. They are called "crazy ants." Bobbie Coates said when she sees ants, she just kills them.

Back to school means possibility of bullying: Tips for protection

Compared to all of the things kids can become involved in this day and age, bullying behavior might seem to be insignificant. But, it isn't. More than 160,000 kids skip school every day because of bullying.