Amanda Bynes asks President Obama for help

After pleading not guilty to a DUI charge Amanda Bynes is asking President Obama to intervene.

Monroe chef wins TV cooking show

A Louisiana chef wins a national cooking competition. Cory Bahr of Monroe takes top prize on the Food Network show Chopped. Raised by his grandparents in northeast Louisiana, he said he wanted to win for them.

Public practice held by Tigers tomorrow at Alex Box for Super Regional

Both teams playing this Friday in the first game of the Super Regional at Alex Box Stadium will practice tomorrow. Practices will be open to the public. The Tigers will practice from 1:00 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. tomorrow.

Study: Most recent high school grads not in college don't have full-time job

High school seniors just tossed their graduation caps into the air, and are now making plans to start the next phase in their lives. For many, that involves college, but others choose alternate paths.

“AMERICAN IDOL” auditions kick off in Los Angeles on Thur., June 7

American Idol, television’s No.

Gator ties up traffic near Livonia

An angry reptile caused a ruckus on a road in Pointe Coupee Parish!

Super Regionals to take place this weekend at Alex Box

LSU will take on Stony Brook College in this weekend's Super Regional tournament. The games will start on Friday, and all of the games will be in the daytime.

LSU's Gausman drafted by Baltimore Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles used their forth overall selection in Monday’s MLB draft to grab LSU’s Kevin Gausman. Gausman is the highest drafted Tiger since Baltimore drafted former LSU ace Ben McDonald in 1989.

Richard Dawson dies at 79

Richard Dawson, the popular game show host of Family Feud and actor known for his wit and charm has died. Dawson passed away from complications of esophageal cancer on Saturday at an L.A. hospital.

Residents plan rally to ‘save’ Times-Picayune paper

The announcement that The Times-Picayune will cut back its printing distribution to three days a week is not sitting well with some New Orleans-residents. Today, a rally has been scheduled to “save” the paper.