Bayou Corne residents demand response from La. Gov. Jindal

Bayou Corne residents say they are tired of begging to see Governor Bobby Jindal.

A Comparison of Tile Backer Boards

Earlier this month, I got started with another shower tile renovation for one of my Denver tile contracting clients.  In this particular case the shower tile wa

How to Use a Power Drill

 Cordless technology certainly has been a boon to the drill market, but it's arguable that two other advancements have made a bigger change in how a drill is used.

Fifth grade class creates handmade blankets for child patients

Each year around the holidays Ms. Brandi Lee's 5th grade class at Avoyelles Public Charter School takes on a service project to honor those that serve others in the community. This year her class chose Acadian Ambulance.

Don't worry, fly happy; Louisiana I.D.'s remain valid at airport

Louisiana residents with upcoming air travel plans have no worries as the Office of Motor Vehicles receives word from the Feds that Louisiana I.D. credentials will be accepted for airport security screening purposes.

2013 Fear Fete Film Festival calls for entries

Today, the third annual Fear Fête Horror Film Festival has announced it has opened its early entry period for horror film submissions.

New app for the outdoor enthusiasts

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) launched its first iPhone application on December 19. The application is free and available on the App Store.

Louisiana to observe moment of silence for Sandy Hook victims

Governor Jindal has called for a statewide moment of silence for the 26 victims who died in the Sandy Hook tragedy. It is set to begin at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 21.

Holiday travel is most dangerous for drivers

As families across the state come together this holiday season, Louisiana State Police would like to see one holiday tradition come to an end.