Officials: Winnsboro burn victim fabricated story of attack

Officials say the woman who was believed to be burned during an attack may have actually set fire to herself. Winnsboro Police Chief Lester Thomas says there is no evidence to suggest that anyone else was involved in the attack.

Burn victim to have first surgery, community rallies in support

Alexandria to host SWAC Women's Soccer Championships

The 2012 Southwestern Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Championships will be held in Alexandria beginning Thursday, November 1 through Sunday, November 4.

How to Choose the Right Real Estate Agent

Choosing the right real estate agent, whether you are buying or selling a home, is important.

Annual golf event raises funds for families of fallen soldiers

Dozens took the swing to help raise money for families of fallen soldiers.

Eighty percent of L.a. schools see positive growth over past year

Report cards are in for Louisiana school districts and most got a good grade. The Louisiana Department of Education issued grades for schools and districts based off of test scores attendance and in high school graduation rates.

Woman intentionally set on fire remains in hospital in critical condition

  A woman is still in critical condition because police say she was intentionally set on fire.

Clever Uses: Buttons, Baubles and Beads

Most of us have a drawer, box or other spot where we throw slightly damaged, or even perfectly good, bits and bobs that we’re not quite sure what to do with.

Getting Jiggy With the Jigsaw

If you're interested in dabbling in a variety of DIY projects, and your budget has room for just one power tool, the jigsaw is your best bet, hands down.

Louisiana native wins Bachelor of the Year award

A Baton Rouge lawyer is coming home tonight with a new title: Bachelor of the Year. Ryan Chenevert won a national contest held by Cosmopolitan magazine.