JRTC, Fort Polk hosts Veterans Day Ceremony

The Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk hosts a Veterans Day ceremony Friday, Nov. 7, at 2:00 p.m. at Warrior Field.

Holocaust survivors' story to be told this weekend in Alexandria

This Sunday, November 9, at 2:00 p.m., at St Francis Xavier Cathedral on 4th Street, downtown Alexandria, an interfaith gathering will remember Kristalnacht, the “night of broken glass.”

Taylor Swift performs opening night of 2015 Bayou Country Superfest

Taylor Swift will return to LSU Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge on May 22 for the first time in five years, as part of the 1989 World Tour showcasing her critically acclaimed and history making new album, 1989.

Natchez hosts school nutrition professionals from across Mississippi

The 45th Annual Mississippi School Nutrition Association Conference will take place this week at the Natchez Convention Center.

Alabama at LSU football game set for 7 p.m. kickoff

LSU and Alabama will play in primetime and on CBS again this year as the Southeastern Conference and the network announced the Tigers and Crimson Tide will square off at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 8, in Tiger Stadium.

Louisiana election hotline available for people with disabilities

Voters with disabilities face many barriers in exercising a fundamental civil right: the right to vote.

Fourteen constitutional amendments appear on Tuesday's Louisiana ballot

When you vote on November 4, 2014, you'll have to decide on the fate of 14 proposed amendments to Louisiana's constitution. These are proposals that were approved during the 2013 and 2014 Louisiana Legislative Sessions. 

Ebola Equipped: La. emergency officials say 'don't panic'

Ebola is here in the United States, and people in Louisiana are on high alert. So, some people are doing whatever it takes to avoid exposure to the Ebola virus.

U.S. Senate Candidate Profile: Rep. Bill Cassidy

The eyes of the nation will be on Louisiana on Tuesday. When voters go to the polls, their choice could determine who controls the Senate, and the direction Washington takes for at least two years.

U.S. Senate Candidate Profile: Sen. Mary Landrieu

The eyes of the nation will be on Louisiana on Tuesday. When voters go to the polls, their choice could determine who controls the Senate, and the direction Washington takes for at least two years.