Louisiana International Film Festival announces lineup of more than 50 features

The Louisiana International Film Festival & Mentorship Program (LIFF) has announced its roster of films to be shown at the annual four-day event.

Community Coffee launches single-serve coffee cups

Community Coffee Company, the largest family-owned and operated retail coffee brand in America, introduces new single-serve coffee cups.

April Fools' Day joke? Entergy advises 'pay now' over two cents

Lots of people were victims of April Fools' pranks Monday. Abby Jones thought she might have been one of them when she opened up her electric bill. Entergy said it wanted her two cents. Literally.

LSU softball’s Fico chosen No. 1 in NPF College Senior Draft

LSU senior All-American pitcher Rachele Fico was selected as the No.

Katz named National and SEC Player of the Week

LSU senior first baseman Mason Katz was named Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Week and SEC Player of the Week Monday after leading second-ranked LSU to a win over Tulane and a three-game series sweep at Missouri.

Bayou Corne sinkhole grows larger

In Assumption Parish, another huge chunk of land was swallowed up by the sinkhole in Bayou Corne. Now, the area's off limits to response workers until further notice.

LSU baseball heads to Missouri looking to stay hot

Second-ranked LSU (23-2, 5-1 SEC) travels to Columbia, Mo. for the first time this weekend as the Tigers face Missouri (9-12, 2-4 SEC) in a three-game Southeastern Conference series at Taylor Stadium.

LSU headed to NCAA Columbus regional as No. 2 seed

The LSU gymnastics team will compete as the No. 2 seed at the NCAA Columbus (OH) Regional, the NCAA announced Monday.

Green water found in river near Lake Charles

People near Lake Charles woke up this morning to quite a shock - neon green water in the Calcasieu River. Many people feared the worst and though it could be a chemical spill.

Southeastern Lions report 137 ineligible student-athletes

The Southeastern Lions athletic program could be in hot water with the NCAA after announcing over 100 student-athletes competed without meeting eligibility requirements.