The Ebola outbreak through the eyes of a West African native

We've been watching the Ebola outbreak spread throughout Western Africa, and even here in our American citizens. But what is it like to be an African native....watching it all unfold from right here in the U.S.?

Class is back in session when “ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A 5TH GRADER?” returns to FOX

FOX is bringing back the popular and critically praised quiz show Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? for another season on FOX.

'Where is Bill?': Landrieu questions Cassidy's decisions on student loan debt

We are one month away from the runoff elections in our state. Senator mary landrieu is already bashing her opponent saying Bill Cassidy does not support college students.

How much does the death penalty cost Louisiana?

State officials are working to find out how much it cost to have inmates on death row.

Cleco warns customers that bill payment scams continue

Cleco warns its business and residential customers to be aware that fraudulent callers are continuing to demand bill payment or face power disconnection.

Tigers fans prepare for showdown with Alabama

 "This is the one weekend that people who come to LSU look forward to any other weekend."

Alexandria Mardi Gras Association 2015 merchandise to be unveiled

The Alexandria Mardi Gras Association will unveil the 2015 Mardi Gras poster, collectible medallion and t-shirt at 4 p.m.

3D Printing: the new 'Made in America'

It all started with a couple of guys, an office space, and a machine so can give it a design and have the finished product printed out in just a matter of hours.

Louisiana School for the Deaf football team enjoys success, molds young men

 Justin Flannery led the Louisiana School for the Deaf football team to a 7-2 record in 2014.

SU Marching Band gets ready to battle it out

Southern University's Human Jukebox is certainly no stranger to the big stage.