Baton Rouge man cited for deer hunting violations

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents cited a Baton Rouge man for alleged deer hunting violations on Nov. 15 in East Feliciana Parish.

Profita hired to lead La. Seafood Board

Karen Profita is the new executive director of the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board.

LSU remembers former athletic director Joe Dean

His name is synonymous with LSU Sports. Both as a basketball player and later athletic director, Joe Dean certainly made his mark. Dean passed away Sunday.

Les Miles comments on the passing of former LSU AD Joe Dean

Former LSU AD and Basketball great Joe Dean passed away Sunday at the age of 83. Monday, LSU football head coach commented on Dean and the impact he made on the Tigers athletic department.  

Unrestrained Pollock man dies in vehicle crash

Early this morning, a single vehicle crash killed a young man from Pollock, LA and injured his passenger. He was not wearing his seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle.

Teachers raising money to help typhoon victims

A group of teachers here in Louisiana are doing what they can to help victims of the devastating typhoon that hit the Philippines. The Filipino Educators Federation of Louisiana is collecting donations to help with recovery efforts.

General Honoré and other leaders gather to save Louisiana's environment

Environmental leaders from across the state are teaming up with the community to save our environment. Retired U.S.

Organizations come together to help animals during natural disaster

Natural disasters are scary, especially hurricanes. The state does everything they can to prepare and help the public during times of need. What about our pets, our livestock or our animals?

Rebounding from tragedy: Committed to seeing ‘light in their eyes’

After serving tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, sustaining injuries and being a Wounded Warrior, plus serving as cadre in the Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Bragg, N.C., Staff Sgt. Charles E.

‘It feels like Christmas all year long’

A group of Fort Polk residents have found a way to create a large family atmosphere, while at the same time saving money and providing a much-appreciated support system for young families struggling to make ends meet in a new location — o