Jindal voices support for delaying teacher evaluations

Governor Bobby Jindal is voicing his support for a bill that would delay starting the teacher evaluation system known as COMPASS. It passed through the House Education Committee with no problem.

Lawmakers weigh allowing online gambling

From the water to the web, lawmakers are looking at winning big and taking a gamble with legalizing online gambling. It's a relatively new concept, legalizing online gambling.

Return to Tigerland aimed toward vets, highlights training

The 162nd Infantry “Tiger” Brigade hosts “Return to Tiger Land” on North Fort Polk from 9 .am. to 2 p.m. May 4.

Suspected poisoned letter attacker appeared on NBC's “Today” show a free man

Kevin Paul Curtis appeared on NBC's “Today” show on Thursday after being released from custody earlier this week.

Bill to delay teacher evalution system passes through education committee

It's a law that would repeal a law already in motion, teacher evaluations through the newly implemented Compass program.

Louisiana rock band competes in global competition

Black Magnolia, a band based in Baton Rouge, will be representing Louisiana in the global round of the Hard Rock Rising 2013 competition.

Zurich extends sponsorship of New Orleans tournament through 2019

Zurich Insurance Group CEO Martin Senn today announced that the company has signed a five-year extension as title sponsor of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, through 2019.

QR Codes Are Complicated; Apps Are Just Easier

People are always on the lookout for a good deal, and sometimes the right deal can be the whole reason for a purchase.

How Did Espresso Spread Across America?

It used to be whenever you went to a coffee house or diner, you would get plain old black coffee.

Why 'What Have You Got To Hide?' Misses the Point When it Comes to Internet Privacy

Wanting Internet privacy has nothing to do with hiding any faction of your business or personal transactions over the Internet.