Voting numbers similar to 2008 general election numbners

According to the Secretary of State's Office, the number of people across the state that voted yesterday is about the same as the 2008 Presidential Election.

LSU baseball to appear on ESPNU Thursday night SEC game of the week

  College football is three-quarters complete and basketball tips off Friday but planning for the college baseball season is already underway.

Allstate Sugar Bowl to host SEC/Big 12 champions starting in 2014-15 season

The Allstate Sugar Bowl has been awarded the host site of the post-season football bowl game following the 2014 regular season, featuring the champions of the Southeastern Conference and the Big 12 Conference, conference and bowl officials anno

Socks for Sandy Sends Socks to Shelters

A team of DIY bloggers, in conjunction with Hometalk.com, have teamed up to collect socks for folks on the New Jersey coast who lost everything to Hurricane Sandy.

La. Constitutional Amendments passed: What does it mean?

Along with casting a vote for president, all Louisiana voters were given nine amendments to the Louisiana State Constitution. All, but one, passed. Here is a breakdown of what each amendment means to you:

We Tested It: Cleaning With Only One Product

When it comes to household products, whether it's toothpaste or window cleaner, I'll readily admit to being a pragmatist. The product has to work, first and foremost.

Turn on the Holidays and Celebrate Louisiana's 200th Birthday

“Turn on the Holidays: A Bicentennial Celebration” will kick off the holidays with a FREE celebration in historic downtown Natchitoches on Saturday, November 17.

The Funky Bugs of San Francisco

To begin, cue a little musical accompaniment.

One Direction to perform Live on “THE X FACTOR” Results Show

This week, One Direction – the global sensation that rose to fame on the U.K.

How to Make an iPhone Case from Upcycled Materials

I may own an iPhone, but that doesn’t mean I’m not still a hippie at heart. I am!