Cellular One supports Central Louisiana Food Bank with canned food drive

Many local food banks needed a little extra help during the holidays this year as the demand increased. Cellular One and their customers joined forces to help stock the shelves of local food banks, including the Central Louisiana Food Bank

Busy year for American Red Cross in Louisiana, nationwide

The American Red Cross spent much of 2012 helping people in Louisiana and across the country whose lives were impacted by disasters.

Voters are fed up with delay on Fiscal Cliff decision

Just when it seemed as though an agreement would never be reached in Washington, a tentative agreement was struck with minutes to spare and passed in the Senate.

LSU fans disappointed after Clemson loss

LSU football fans have a hangover worse than anything champagne on New Year's could have caused. That feeling came after they blew a double digit fourth quarter lead to Clemson.

Top 5 Ways to Reuse a CD Spindle

There this now-almost-infamous picture floating around the internet, featuri

DIY Bathroom Soap Dispensers

A few elements make a bathroom pleasant: An absence of mold, a clean floor and clean tile, fixtures that are in good repair, plenty of light, and no bad smells.

Secret DIY House Cleaning Products

Although it is laudable to be able to keep a secret, I don't see any reason to keep these DIY house cleaning products a secret.

Five DIY Laundry Room Storage Ideas

I know, I know. Your laundry room is dusty, dank, and dull. Dust bunnies spin beneath the ironing board, which is wedged between the wall and the dryer.

Saints fans ready to forget 2012 season

The Who Dat Nation is officially in the off season.

Louisiana river shippers worry about Midwestern drought

Barge captains running cargo up and down the Mississippi through the Midwestern corridor all have similar stories to tell these days.