Visually impaired students set to show off wrestling, cheering skills

The Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired (LSVI) is hosting an athletic conference of the South Central Association of Schools for the Blind (SCASB) on January 24-26, 2013.

FOX announces revisions to Tuesday Night Lineup

Hell's Kitchen starts cooking Tuesday, March 12 Special one-hour episodes of Raising Hope air Tuesdays including January 29, February 5 and February 26 All-new epi

FOX orders pilot for new drama “RAKE”

Kicking off its drama pilot orders, Fox Broadcasting Company (FOX) has given a pilot order to Rake, a character-driven comedic drama by Peter Duncan (creator of the original Australian series) and executive-produced by

Have Yourself a Recycled Valentine's Day

You'd think that once you got past the December holidays, it would be possible to skate by for a while without having to craft any themed decorations. You would be wrong.

Nine Pieces of Furniture Made from Shipping Pallets

Shipping pallets are a plentiful source of wood to reclaim and build with. Since pallets are rough hewn, they lend themselves to rustic pieces of furniture, which happen to be in style right now.

LSU assistant coach arrested after incident at downtown bar

The assistant coach for the LSU women’s basketball team was arrested for allegedly disturbing the peace in a downtown bar.

Vitter introduces “Good Government” bills on first day of 113th Congress

U.S. Sen. David Vitter today introduced several “good government” and reform-minded bills in the U.S.

Resiliency trainer hopes dogs join BJACH staff

If Kathy Adams has her way, the staff at Fort Polk's Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital could soon be living a dog’s life.

Freedom, Nisei Soldiers honored in New Orleans

The National World War II Museum in New Orleans opened its newest wing, the U.S. Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 12.

Eight Great Ways to Reuse an Old Ladder

The design potential of an old ladder is unlimited.