LSU sand volleyball hosts close match against ULM in inaugural opener

The LSU sand volleyball team marked a close 3-2 loss to UL-Monroe in its inaugural match Tuesday at Mango's Beach Volleyball, as the winning point was decided by a third-set victory.

The Walking Dead Escape interactive fan experience heads to BR

Skybound Entertainment will debut its one-of-a-kind immersive zombie obstacle course experience, The Walking Dead Escape, in Baton Rouge on April 24th at The River Center Arena.

La. GOHSEP wants residents to be safe during a flood event

The Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) is joining the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and our area National Weather Service (NWS) offices to highlight National Flood Safety Awar

Saints re-sign OT Zach Strief

The New Orleans Saints re-signed offensive lineman Zach Strief to a new deal Monday. The tackle inked a five-year contract with the Black and Gold. He started 15 of the 16 regular season games and both playoff games in 2013.

NASA sending ULL research project into space

A research project at UL is going out of this world, literally. Biology professor Dr. Karl Hasenstein is leading an experiment that will unfold inside the In

LSU Tiger band set to perform in Dublin, Ireland

If you've been to a game in Death Valley, you recognize those iconic first few notes when the band steps out on the field.

Miss USA 2014 competition to be held in Baton Rouge

Donald Trump, the owner of the Miss Universe Organization, along with current Miss USA Erin Brady, announced Thursday on NBC's Today, the Miss USA 2014 competition will be held in Baton Rouge on June 8.

Record fish caught in East Texas lake

A new lake record blue catfish has been verified at Lake Tawakoni. The massive fish was caught back on February 15, 2014.

College students reminisce as World Wide Web turns 25

Even the plugged-in generation can feel nostalgic for the early days of the World Wide Web.

New look at common core debate

Baton rouge native Sakinah Abdul-Aziz was an athlete, and a gifted student at McKinley High School. When she got to college at Southern Illinois University this fall it was a wake up call.