In a straight-to-series order, FOX greenlights first comedy-horror anthology, “SCREAM QUEENS”

FOX has ordered Scream Queens, a new genre-bending comedy-horror anthology series, it was announced today by Dana Walden and Gary Newman, Chairmen and CEOs of Fox Television Group.

ESPN's "College GameDay" will return to LSU for game vs. Ole Miss

ESPN’s College GameDay will make its tenth trip to LSU this weekend as the popular college football preview show will air live from the Parade Grounds prior to the Tigers’ game against undefeated Ole Miss on Saturday.

Lousiana will receive $137K to reduce asbestos

 Large amounts of Asbestos in Louisiana schools has prompted the E-P-A to send money our way to better monitor the poison.

Ryan's is gathering canned food for Food Bank of Central Louisiana

This holiday season, Ryan's Restaurant in Central Louisiana are organizing the “Together We Can” canned food drive to support the Food Bank of Central Louisiana.

LDWF reminds hunters to practice treestand safety

Most hunters are aware of the need to safely handle their firearms, but too often hunters overlook basic treestand safety.

Louisiana officials discuss state's Ebola response plan

Louisiana leaders discussed their statewide response plan today during a special meeting at the state capitol. State officials outlined the procedures set in place to protect residents if Louisiana has a case of Ebola.

Cenla area attractions participate in Project Holiday Cheer

Central Louisiana’s attractions are sending glad tidings of joy and holiday cheer to troops this fall.

LSU employee asked to stay home after returning from Liberia

 The assistant director of The National Center For Biomedical Research at LSU has agreed to stay home for 21 days after returning home from a mission to Liberia.

Tax amnesty program launches to help La. delinquent taxpayers

 If you haven't paid your taxes, today's the day to do so.

'Are we ready?': Emergency officials prepare for Ebola in La.

 Ebola hasn't made it's way to Louisiana yet, but state officials say they are doing everything they can to prevent it. "Scary, very. very scary," said Baton Rouge Resident Gina Murphy.