Man honors murdered son and nephew with a specially designed car

A man from Central, La. is using a race car to capture the memory of his son and nephew both victims of violent crime.

Governor Jindal, Tiburon announce 350 new jobs at Camp Minden

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and Jack Blalock, senior business development manager for Tiburon Associates Inc., announced that Tiburon will create 350 jobs and open a maintenance overhaul facility for transport vehicles at Camp Minden.

Residents angry about stench along Bayou Manchac

 “I've waded through all this swamp, high water, low water, crawfish whatever you want to talk about and I've never seen this smell before," says Johnny Braud

Accused Shunick, Pate killer pleads not guilty

Brandon Scott Lavergne, 33, the man accused of killing Lisa Pate in 1999, and Mickey Shunick on May 19, has pleaded Not Guilty to First-Degree murder charges in both cases.

Amber Jackson and Brandon Mitchell Eliminated On “SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE”

Episode to highlight fan-favorite pieces choreographed by Mia Michaels from past seasons Ballet Boyz Michael Nunn and Billy Trevitt to guest judge LOS ANGELES

Ousted realty show star busted running from police in downtown Lafayette

There was a celebrity sighting in downtown Lafayette last night, but it didn’t end with autographs.

After a nationwide search, Dean Geyer and Jacob Artist land new roles on “GLEE”

 It’s back to school for newcomers Dean Geyer and Jacob Artist as they join Glee when the hit show returns Thursday, Sept.

“AMERICAN IDOL” offers hopefuls three more ways to audition for season 12

Nationwide “AMERICAN IDOL Small Town Audition Bus Tour” visits ten cities this August; New “Nominate An Idol” Initiative and online auditions begin Wednesday, August 1

Brees prepares for season without Payton

Even with his new contract Drew Brees says he's still the same person. He's still "Number 9." He's still the quarterback of the New Orleans Saints. But, boy have things change at the work place.

Gift card scam now using local organizations across Louisiana to trick victims

A scam is making its way across Louisiana and it’s using the names of local organizations to trick victims into providing personal information.