“AXE COP” saves the day!

Axe Cop, one of two new quarter-hour Animation Domination High-Def&

Bear escapes narrow encounter with power pole

A female bear that had become enamored with the dumpster behind the Sonic Drive-In is lucky to be alive after a harrowing rescue from the top of a power pole.

Intoxicated man enters closed restaurant; steals bag of taco shells because he was 'hungry'

A Metairie man has been arrested after breaking into a Baton Rouge Taco Bell while they were closed and stealing food items because he was intoxicated and hungry.

Tropical Storm Dorian forms in eastern Atlantic

Tropical Storm Dorian formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean, with winds sustained around 50 mph Wednesday morning.

SU Football 2013 Preview: A New Dawn Approaches

After salvaging the 2012 season by posting a 4-5 record which included wins over Jackson State, Florida A&M and Grambling, Dawson Odums proved he deserved the chance to resurrect Southern’s football program.

Department of Revenue announces dates for LA Tax Amnesty 2013

The 2013 Louisiana Legislature instituted a statewide amnesty program for all Louisiana taxpayers as a way to bring current any delinquent taxes with the Louisiana Department of Revenue (LDR).

Cassidy, Davis introduce bipartisan bill to improve mental health services

Congressmen Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) and Danny Davis (D-IL) introduced legislation to reauthorize the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act (GLSMA), which helps state and local governments and universities develop suicide prevention programs.

LSU soccer picked to finish second in SEC West by league's head coaches

With the start of preseason training just over two weeks away, the LSU Soccer team has been picked to finish in second place in the SEC Western Division in a preseason vote of the league’s 14 head coaches that was revealed Tuesday morning

Five suspects arrested for stealing dozens of iPads from W. Feliciana High School

Dozens of iPads and laptops were stolen from West Feliciana High School in June. Law enforcement officers have found most of them, but they're still searching for the remaining stolen property.

McBride named Natchitoches tricentennial director

The Natchitoches Tricentennial Executive Committee appointed Ron McBride as the Tricentennial Manager.