DIY Projects Inspired By Wine

I know that most DIY projects are inspired by things like necessity, a small or nonexistent budget, the desire for blog traffic, or some great find

Beating back bullies: New law holds schools accountable

3.2 million. That's the number of kids that are bullied every day. It's a national problem and it's one kids face right here in Louisiana.

81 years together: State’s oldest married couple honored at Governor’s Mansion

If you and your sweetheart stay married long enough, you could be honored by the state.

Louisiana Governor’s Mansion is going red for Heart Health Month

Today, First Lady Supriya Jindal announced that the Governor’s Mansion has gone red February 14 through February 21 as a part of Heart Health Month, the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign and for Valentine’

Register to become part of the 'Idol Across America' relay team

American Idol will kick off IDOL ACROSS AMERICA, a cross-country relay of the Idol microphone, traveling from New York City to the Idol

How to Clear Ice from Your Sidewalk

In quite a few municipalities, the onus is on homeowners (and building owners) to clear snow and ice from the sidewalks adjacent to their properties.

Auditions for “THE X FACTOR” season three will be in New Orleans

The X Factor begins its next nationwide search for the best undiscovered new solo artists and vocal groups, with a stop in New Orleans.

La. Sen. David Vitter reacts to Obama's State of the Union

U.S. Sen. David Vitter released the following statement in reaction to President Obama’s State of the Union address.

Updated damage reports from Miss. tornadoes and severe weather, according to MEMA

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency has received reports of at least 800 homes destroyed or receiving major damage from severe storms and tornadoes Sunday night. Power companies report outages are down to 350 customers.