Rising temperatures could create dangerous conditions for weekend activities

It’s beginning to feel a lot like summer. In south Louisiana, that feeling can often become a hazard to your health.

May 22 proclaimed 'American Cancer Society Day' in Louisiana

In honor of the American Cancer Society’s 100th Birthday, Governor Bobby Jindal officially proclaimed May 22 as “American Cancer Society Day” and urges all residents of Louisiana to join together to finish the fight against ca

Top Bilingual Languages for the Business World

Learning a second language is one of the best ways to make yourself more marketable in the business job market.

Broken BCS title trophy auctioned off for over $100,000

Remember the BCS Championship trophy that Alabama shattered to pieces after winning the title game against LSU in 2011? Someone paid a pretty penny for the pieces of that famed crystal football.

Pelicans to pick sixth in 2013 NBA Draft

The New Orleans Pelicans received the sixth overall selection in the upcoming NBA Draft, as determined by the 2013 NBA Draft Lottery held tonight in New York City.

Bill banning smoking on all Louisiana college campuses may become law

Bill banning smoking on all Louisiana college campuses may become law Universities across the state could soon be putting stronger smoke-free policies in place if a proposed law passes through the legislature.

Tornado-relief donators advised to research before donating

After any disaster, people all across the country try to do everything they can to help those impacted.

Hank Williams, Jr. kicking off summer with "Old School, New Rules" Tour

Grammy Award winner Hank Williams Jr. is gearing to launch a 2013 summer tour in celebration of his latest album, Old School, New Rules. Cities among the concert lineup include Detroit, Orlando, Atlantic City, Biloxi and many more.

State Police are making sure drivers buckle up; 2013 Click It or Ticket campaign

Over 100 police agencies are patrolling Louisiana's streets to make sure you buckle up. Mike Edmonson, State Police Colonel, said he knows the importance of wearing a seatbelt firsthand because it saved his life.

Cleco sends crews to restore power after Oklahoma tornado

Cleco is preparing to send a 34-member crew to Oklahoma City today to help Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company (OGE) restore power to customers after yesterday’s devastating tornado destroyed its electric system.