FOX 48 Updates

LSU PD says fans behaved, nothing out of the ordinary

Despite the Tigers loss to the Crimson Tide, fans came out in the masses to support them. And Polcie say they were surprisingly well behaved.

The Ebola outbreak through the eyes of a West African native

We've been watching the Ebola outbreak spread throughout Western Africa, and even here in our American citizens. But what is it like to be an African native....watching it all unfold from right here in the U.S.?

'Where is Bill?': Landrieu questions Cassidy's decisions on student loan debt

We are one month away from the runoff elections in our state. Senator mary landrieu is already bashing her opponent saying Bill Cassidy does not support college students.

How much does the death penalty cost Louisiana?

State officials are working to find out how much it cost to have inmates on death row.

FOX 48 Election HQ Recap: Who got elected? Who is in runoff?

Election night on Tuesday saw some expected results and a few surprises across many races, including the race for U.S. Senate, the U.S. House and within local races across Louisiana and Mississippi.

Holocaust survivors' story to be told this weekend in Alexandria

This Sunday, November 9, at 2:00 p.m., at St Francis Xavier Cathedral on 4th Street, downtown Alexandria, an interfaith gathering will remember Kristalnacht, the “night of broken glass.”

Natchez hosts school nutrition professionals from across Mississippi

The 45th Annual Mississippi School Nutrition Association Conference will take place this week at the Natchez Convention Center.

Louisiana election hotline available for people with disabilities

Voters with disabilities face many barriers in exercising a fundamental civil right: the right to vote.

Fourteen constitutional amendments appear on Tuesday's Louisiana ballot

When you vote on November 4, 2014, you'll have to decide on the fate of 14 proposed amendments to Louisiana's constitution. These are proposals that were approved during the 2013 and 2014 Louisiana Legislative Sessions. 

Ebola Equipped: La. emergency officials say 'don't panic'

Ebola is here in the United States, and people in Louisiana are on high alert. So, some people are doing whatever it takes to avoid exposure to the Ebola virus.