LSU students looking forward to showdown with Ole Miss

 LSU versus Ole Miss...its been an iconic matchup for decades. But this year---the roles are reserved, with the undefeated Rebels being considered a heavy favorite.

If Jindal decides to run for President, announcement will come ‘after holidays’

Governor Bobby Jindal said, yesterday, if he were to run for President of the U.S., he would announce it at the end of the year. The announcement came during a press conference at Baton Rouge Community College.

Louisiana State Police hold heroin summit

"When your drug of choice is heroin, as that mother said it, it was her daughters second time. It doesn't matter if its once a year, if it's heroin it's one time too many."

Keep your ghouls and goblins safe during Halloween Trick-or-Treating

Want to keep you children safe during Trick-or-Treating for Halloween?  Here are a few tips:

Halloween Trick-or-Treating Hours across Cenla and the Miss-Lou

The big question every adult on Halloween wants to know every year is either the time their kids can trick-or-treat or when they can pass out treats to the kids who knock on their door.

Former President Clinton visits Baton Rouge to campaign for Mary Landrieu

The polls say Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-Louisiana) will need help getting re-elected.

La. DHH proposes state cover medical bills for rape victims

 Rape victims in Louisiana may no longer be forced to pay for their own medical care after their assault.

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.