New propsal could mean tuition increases for four year schools

A committee has decided to move forward with a proposal that could give schools like LSU the okay to decide their own tuition. The board of regents will have the final say on that proposal Thursday.

NFL Experience tickets to go on sale today

The NFL Experience driven by GMC, pro football’s interactive theme park, announced that tickets for the event will go on sale to the public on Wednesday, December 5.

Hornets to change name to Pelicans

The New Orleans Hornets are expected to become the New Orleans Pelicans, perhaps as early as the 2013-14 season. That’s according to a report by Yahoo!Sports.

Bayou State skeet shooter Cailtin Connor among nation’s best

Bayou State native Caitlin Connor has established a name for herself in the world of competitive shotgun shooting. A member of the USA Shooting National Team, Connor is gunning for a spot on the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team.

FOX books “MURDER POLICE” with 13-episode order

FOX has picked up Murder Police, a new animated comedy that follows a dedicated, but inept detective and his colleagues – some perverted, some corrupt, some just plain lazy – in a twisted city precinct. David A.

American Cancer Society Cancer Resource Center celebrates milestone

Since their opening last fall, the American Cancer Society’s two Cancer Resource Centers in Alexandria have helped more than 139 cancer patients. In addition, the centers at Christus St.

Five Unbelievable Ski Houses for Sale

Spotted on Homes of the Rich, the $18.5 million Starwood Estate in Aspen, Colorado is quite a specimen, and if you happen to have $18.5 milli

10 Clever Uses For Toilet Paper Tubes

There’s a tube at the center of every roll of toilet paper. And there are many, many rolls of toilet paper.

Recycling center points Fort Polk toward Net Zero Waste 2020

“Reduce, reuse, recycle” has become a household phrase; yet being a steward of the environment sometimes takes a backseat when life gets busy.

Lone ‘egg man’ quits job at Atlanta airport after incident with Saints’ bus

A restaurant worker is taking the blame for egging the New Orleans Saints’ bus as it left the Atlanta International Airport. We’re told the employee quit his job and officials have “closed the case.”