LSU Women’s Powerlifting club brings home fourth National Championship

The LSU Women’s Powerlifting Club took home its fourth national championship at the USA Powerlifting Collegiate Nationals on April 20 in Killen, Texas. The team has previously won championships in 2008, 2009 and 2011.

Law to ban social media while driving gains support from lawmakers

A bill that bans accessing social media sites while driving is gaining more support at the Capitol. The House Committee on Transportation and Highways is passing on a bill that came through the senate without issues.

Escaped Natchitoches prison inmate captured in Mississippi

A Department of Corrections Inmate who escaped from the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center on Thursday afternoon has been captured near Jackson, Mississippi according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr.

Natchitoches prison inmate loose; Northwestern State put on 'Purple Alert'

Natchitoches Parish Sherrif's Office is on the search for an escaped inmate.

Geronimos work hard, play hard

Members of Fort Polk's 1st Battalion (Airborne), 509th Infantry Regiment gathered April 26 to pay homage to a guiding force that once walked within their ranks.

Fort Polk trio add military touch to area roller derby team

During the 1970s, one of the more popular Saturday afternoon television programs was "Roller Derby," featuring both men's and women's teams in action akin to championship wrestling, where skaters flew around an 

SEC and ESPN announce SEC Network

The Southeastern Conference and ESPN have signed a 20-year agreement through 2034 to create and operate a multiplatform network.

Teen turns himself in for robbery attempt thwarted by victim who disarmed him

A 16 year-old turned himself in to police Wednesday evening for allegedly participating in at least three armed robberies in the New Orleans area, officials say.

Bill to prevent another sinkhole disaster heads to Senate floor

The Senate Natural Resource Committee approved a bill that would prevent companies from drilling or storing chemicals in a salt dome without lawmakers’ approval.

Disability rights advocates excited about increased funding but hopeful for more in the future

New Opportunities Waivers help children and adults with severe developmental disabilities get services they need, in a rare move during budget cuts the NOW program is getting more funding, creating 75 new slots for those who need them.