State Police could see first new cadet class since 2009

The number of Louisiana State Troopers on the road has been dwindling since 2009; they're now down over 200 troopers thanks to retirement.

Live from the “AMERICAN IDOL” Red Carpet… an exclusive 90-min. pre-show streamed online

American Idol® is offering fans an all-access, online VIP pass to the star-studded red carpet action prior to the season 12 finale on the American Idol® – Final

Baton Rouge veteran get cheers from Prince Harry at Warrior Games

Army veteran Anthony Robinson, from Baton Rouge, La., took off as Britain's Prince Harry cheered all racers during the cycling event of the Warrior Games on May 12, 2013.

Audit: Louisiana food stamp program overpaid millions in benefits, possible fraud

An oversight allowed for the overpayment of millions in benefits for recipients of the Louisiana food stamp program, an audit revealed.

Actors, film executives, politicians praise film tax credit compromise

Actors and film executives celebrated the continued health of their industry Tuesday.

Remodel of Belk at Natchez Mall Set to Begin May 28

Construction is set to begin May 28 on a remodeling of Belk at Natchez Mall in Natchez, Miss. representing a $2 million investment by the company.

Natchez physician earns industry board certification

Charles Borum, M.D., a local Family Medicine Specialist and Medical Director of Hospice Compassus – Natchez, recently achieved the gold standard credentials in hospice and palliative care, earning a sub-specialty certification in Hospice

WANTED: Police search for 19-year-old identified as shooter at New Orleans parade

Police have named the suspect they believe to be responsible for the shooting on Mother’s Day at a Second Line parade that injured 19 people.

Bonnie and Clyde hit downtown Baton Rouge

Film crews with the mini series Bonnie and Clyde took over Third Street in Downtown Baton Rouge.

Honor for the lives lost: National Peace Officers week

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week.