College degree still worth price of tuition

Even with the rising cost of tuition, going to college is still a smart decision. A new study by Georgetown University and the Lumina Center shows that almost all of the new jobs being created are going to college graduates.

Lance Armstrong stripped of cycling titles

Lance Armstrong ended the battle Thursday of an investigation by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).

Actor Sean Penn lending a hand in Haiti

Actor Sean Penn is lending a hand in Haiti. This comes as no surprise considering he's ambassador-at-large for the country.

Case and Lawrence eliminated on “SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE”

Only four weeks remain until the new favorite male and female dancers are crowned on So You Think You Can Dance.

Saints name Aaron Kromer as interim coach during Vitt's suspension

Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis has designated Offensive Line/Running Game Coach Aaron Kromer to replace Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers Joe Vitt during his absence.

Natalie Wood's cause of death changed

The death certificate of actress Natalie Wood has been amended. Wood died in a 1981 drowning off Catalina Island, after a night of drinking on a yacht with her husband, actor Robert Wagner and actor Christopher Walken.

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes officially divorced

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are officially divorced after five years of marriage. A judge finalized and signed off on the divorce on Monday. No details of the divorce were made public.

Lady Gaga's monstrous fragrance out in stores

Two years of experimentation in Paris laboratories have lead to today's U.S. launch of Lady Gaga's ‘Fame’ Eau de Parfum.

Top four finalists named on “MASTERCHEF”

It was revealed that Christine Ha from Houston, Texas; Josh Marks from Jackson, Miss.; Frank Mirando from Holtsville, N.Y.; and Becky Reams from Stilwell, Kan., are the top four finalists on

Arts Council of Central Louisiana presents ‘Joe Papp in Five Acts’

The Arts Council of Central Louisiana presents Joe Papp in Five Acts, the opening film of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers, at the Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center on September 7, 2012 at 7 p.m.