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Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 6:18pm

Tax Tips: Important reminders about tip income

If your pay from your job includes tips, the IRS has a few important reminders about tip income:

Morgan City woman claims $2 million Powerball Prize

After winning $2 million in the Feb. 16 Powerball drawing, Amy Sturges of Morgan City stared in awe at her Louisiana Lottery prize check and turned to show it to her husband.

“NEW GIRL” AND “THE MINDY PROJECT” air on a special night after “AMERICAN IDOL”

All-new episodes of New Girl (8:00-8:30 p.m.) and The Mindy Project

RECALL: Special K Red Berries cereal could have glass inside packaging

Kellogg's is recalling some of its Special K cereal due to possible glass inside the packaging. On Tuesday, Feb. 20, the Ohio-based company announced a recall of three different size boxes of its Special K Red Berries cereal.

Bon Jovi to perform on first “AMERICAN IDOL” live results show

World-renowned rock group Bon Jovi will perform their lead single “Because We Can” from the upcoming album, What About Now on American Idol 

Former LSU football legend Cannon 'doing well' after stroke

According to family members, former LSU football legend Billy Cannon is doing "very well" after suffering a stroke on February 19. They say he should be out of the ICU sometime tonight and into a normal room soon. 

Louisiana to receive $6 million from FEMA

FEMA is sending Louisiana $6 million in disaster recovery grants. Senator Mary Landrieu announced the approval of the grants this week.

More problems for company involved in Camp Minden explosion

A blast from an Explo bunker located at Camp Minden in October 2012 brought unwanted attention to the company. It was just the beginning of the explosive recycling company's problems.

Are we happy or sad? New study has opposite results for Louisiana’s ranking

Depending on the data source, the results for a particular research topic can prove vastly different. For instance, a new study has ranked Louisiana as the saddest state, whereas a past study had the opposite result.

LSU to carry Swamp Seeds at baseball, softball events

The phrase “Bring the Heat” will have a whole new meaning at LSU baseball and softball games this season; Tiger fans can now enjoy Swamp Seeds at both Alex Box Stadium and Tiger Park.