New sleeping pill aids in patients sleeping longer

A new type of sleep drug is helping patients fall asleep faster and stay dreaming longer.

"Green Acres" actor dies at 96

Actor Frank Cady, best known for his recurring role as "Mr. Drucker" in three 1960's CBS comedies dies at 96.

Four fathers have lunch with the President

In honor of the upcoming Father's Day weekend, President Obama had lunch today with four fathers.

Arquette and Cox calling it quits

Courteney Cox and David Arquette are a step closer to officially ending their marriage. Arquette filed for divorce from Cox in Los Angeles Superior Court, according to People Magazine.

Mothers get more expensive gifts than fathers

Father's Day is this weekend, and according to one survey, Americans are planning to spend some money on dad, but not as much as they do on mom. Total spending is expected to hit nearly $13 billion.

Southfork Ranch sees spike in visits due to 'Dallas' return

The once popular hit TV dram Dallas is returning to the small screen, and that's fueling an economic boom for the show's iconic setting.

APCVB announces annual Close to Home Summer Program

The Alexandria/Pineville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau will begin the annual Close to Home Summer Program for 2012 on June 15. The program will continue through August 15.

LSU students say loss to Stony Brook hurts

By now the images are probably burned into your memory. The sights and sounds of the Baton Rouge Super Regional won't soon be forgotten.

“MASTERCHEF” top 18 finalists announced

After a nationwide search drew nearly 30,000 hopefuls, the Top Amateur Cooks were flown to Los Angeles for a chance to become America’s next MasterChef

Gordon Ramsay checks inn to “HOTEL HELL”

Gordon Ramsay opens the doors to Hotel Hell with a two-night series premiere event Monday, Aug.