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.

Pumping pennies

The national average for gas is around $3.70 a gallon according to AAA which is a .40 increase since last month.

Early Childhood Risk and Reach in Louisiana' author to speak at Academic Distinction Fund Distinguished Speaker Series today

Academic Distinction Fund (ADF) will kick off its popular Distinguished Speaker Series with its first community event of 2013 on the economic, health, and education risks affecting young children in Louisiana.

Bayou Corne residents ask state lawmakers for help

People living in Bayou Corne are ready to move on with their lives. Their lives changed after an almost 9 acre sinkhole formed close to their backyards. They packed a meeting at the state capital on Tuesday.

Shreveport PD: Man severely injures 3-month-old child

A Shreveport man accused of severely injuring a 3-month-old child is behind bars following an investigation by local authorities.

Acadian Ambulance launches Family Medical Manager App

Acadian is synonymous with the best health and safety services in the nation. In 2012, Acadian launched its’ first app, Acadian I.C.E.

Fate of truck stop tiger to be decided in appeals court

A judge will decide if Tony the Tiger, a tiger kept in a cage at a truck stop in Gross Tete, will be sent to an animal sanctuary.

RAW INTERVIEW: Billy Cannon discusses LSU football during Bayou Bash

Former LSU football great Billy Cannon was hospitalized Tuesday, Feb. 19 after suffering a stroke.

Expect another delay on returns filed in Louisiana

Louisiana tax payers will have an extra-long wait for their state refunds. However, the wait is to protect your identity. The state has seen thousands of "fraudulent returns" over the past two years.