FOX 48 Updates

Economists say fiscal cliff will touch almost every American

While politicians in Washington have yet to reach a solution on the fiscal cliff local economist Loren Scott says if they can't come to a deal, it's you that will suffer.

New propsal could mean tuition increases for four year schools

A committee has decided to move forward with a proposal that could give schools like LSU the okay to decide their own tuition. The board of regents will have the final say on that proposal Thursday.

American Cancer Society Cancer Resource Center celebrates milestone

Since their opening last fall, the American Cancer Society’s two Cancer Resource Centers in Alexandria have helped more than 139 cancer patients. In addition, the centers at Christus St.

Recycling center points Fort Polk toward Net Zero Waste 2020

“Reduce, reuse, recycle” has become a household phrase; yet being a steward of the environment sometimes takes a backseat when life gets busy.

Over 7,000 jobs to be created due to largest manufacturing investment in state’s history

Today Sasol Ltd. Announced plans to invest between $16 billion and $21 billion in an integrated GTL and ethane cracker complex in Westlake. The facility is expected to create roughly 1,253 direct jobs and roughly 5,886 indirect jobs.

Want to be part of the Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show featuring Beyonce?

Producers of the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVII Half Time Show are offering area residents an opportunity to participate in Super Bowl XLVII which will be played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday, February 3, 2013.

Judge: Downing is a ‘bully’ who permanently damaged someone else’s life

The man accused of sexually assaulting an LSU fan in the French Quarter after the BCS Championship game earlier this year was sentenced today.

Winning Powerball tickets sold in Missouri and Arizona

Two powerball tickets had all 5 matching numbers and the Powerball. The winners will split an almost $580 million jackpot. Unfortunately, there were no jackpot winners in Louisiana.

Strain urges Corps not to lower river levels

Commissioner Mike Strain, D.V.M., Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF), sent a letter to the U.S.

Educators bring Jindal's voucher program to court

The first day of what's expected to be three days of testimony over Governor Jindal's educational voucher program has wrapped up.