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Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 6:18pm

Million-dollar Powerball ticket sold in LaPlace

Someone in Louisiana is holding on to a million-dollar lotto ticket this morning. According to Lottery officials, there was a match 5 winner in Louisiana for last night’s drawing.

Three LSU ROTC Students to be commissioned today

Three of LSU’s ROTC cadets will be commissioned at today at 2:00 p.m. at the Dalton J. Woods Auditorium in the Energy, Coast and Environment Building.

One year later, Lafayette community still banded together in honor of Mickey Shunick

The search for Mickey Shunick gained nationwide attention before it ended one year ago Wednesday. But the spirit that led hundreds of people to look for her continues today.

Brees weighs in on Manziel autograph scandal

Saints Quarterback Drew Brees knows what it's like to be in the spotlight. Now he's voicing his opinion on Texas A&M Quarterback Johnny Manziel.

LSU unveils new logo, aimed at high-end retailers

LSU is trying out a brand new look - there is a new, fancy Tiger logo popping up around Baton Rouge. The university created a special, new, full-body LSU Tiger logo.

Louisiana’s First Lady receives nod from "Vanity Fair" magazine on Best Dressed list

Louisiana’s First Lady earned top honors for her sense of style and her husband turned to social media to express his approval.

Saints hit by injury bug, lose WR Morgan and DE Coleman

Wide Receiver Joe Morgan will miss the entire 2013 NFL season with a knee injury. Saints defensive end Kenyon Coleman will likely be out the entire year with a torn pectoral muscle.

PLAY OF THE DAY! LSU's Dural makes leaping grab

Here’s video of the catch redshirt freshman Travin Dural made Wednesday, Aug. 7 at LSU’s third day of fall training camp. The veteran group of wide receivers were working on catching balls in the back of the end zone.

National Safety Council offers back-to-school safety tips

As summer draws to a close, back-to-school season is in full effect, and safety should be a priority for every family as children return to classrooms this fall.

Homeowners, wildlife officials seek lifting of protected status for black bears

State wildlife officials and south Louisiana residents agreed Tuesday night that removing the protected status of coastal black bears will help to maintain the bear population and protect neighborhoods.