Remains of Baton Rouge pilot killed during Vietnam War returned for burial

The body of Baton Rouge serviceman killed in the line of duty during the Vietnam War will finally be returned to his family for a burial with full military honors.

Celebrities take a flying leap on “STARS IN DANGER: THE HIGH DIVE”

Stars from TV, film, sports and pop culture plunge into a whole new pool when the two-hour special event Stars in Danger: The High Dive premieres Wednesday, Jan. 9 (7:00-9:00 p.m.) on FOX.

Count down to 2013 with “NEW YEAR’S EVE LIVE!” Mon., Dec. 31, on FOX

FOX celebrates the new year with a star-studded night of entertainment on New Year's Eve Live!, airing Monday, Dec. 31 (11:00 p.m.-12:30 a.m. CT tape-delayed).

Catastrophic scenario brings together Louisiana community

December 3 began like most late fall days at Fort Polk: Gray skies with the threat of rain, temperatures in the upper 60s and 20,000 Soldiers and civilians headed to work.

Texas college athlete makes SportsCenter's #1 top play with dunk from free throw line

An East Texas basketball player made his way to the top of "Sportscenter's Top 10" plays Thursday night.

Louisiana International Film Festival announces call for entries

The Louisiana International Film Festival and Mentorship Program (LIFF), a brand-new film festival celebrating indigenous and international films with an ambitious Mentorship Program is an

$7K reward being offered for arrest in illegal black bear kills

The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is offering a reward after a pair of black bears that were illegally killed last week.

La. Tech looking for coach after Dykes leaves for Cal

Just days after the team missed out on a bowl game Louisiana Tech is in need of a head coach. Sonny Dykes has been named the new head man for the Cal football program. He is replacing Tedford, who was fired last week.

2012 SEC football All-Freshman team announced

Twelve Southeastern Conference football squads are represented on the 13th annual SEC Coaches’ All-Freshman Team, it was announced on Thursday.

Letten steps down from U.S. Attorney’s Office amid online comment scandal

U.S. Attorney Jim Letten announced today that he will step down from his post. Letten made the announcement at a press conference on Thursday, Dec. 6. He said that he will officially leave the office on Dec. 11.