American Cancer Society recognizes National Minority Cancer Awareness Week

National Minority Cancer Awareness Week is April 15-21, and the American Cancer Society is encouraged by the progress being made among racial and ethnic populations across Central Louisiana in the fight against this disease.

LSU shortstop Alex Bregman invited to join Team USA for summer tour

LSU freshman shortstop Alex Bregman has been invited to join the Team USA baseball squad for its 2013 summer tour.

LSU post 14th straight win with 16-2 victory over Southern

For the third straight game, No. 1 LSU (32-2) sent nine batters to the plate in the opening frame, as the Tigers posted a 16-2 victory over Southern (12-14) Wednesday night at Alex Box Stadium.  

FOX to present first-ever live on-screen “AMERICAN IDOL” camera feed during commercial break

In this week’s live Top 6 results show airing Thursday, April 11 (7:00 p.m.

Atmos Energy remind homeowners to call 811 before digging into a Spring project

Spring is here, which means it’s time to dust off the power tools and begin those outdoor projects.

LSU professor gives thoughts on North Korea's nuclear attack threats

While the nation continues to monitor the nuclear threats presented by North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, LSU Associate Professor of Political Science David Sobek is keeping a close eye on the escalating threats as well.

Louisiana Senate looks into Medicaid options

State senators weighed some of the options for the state under the Affordable Healthcare Act today.

Natchez bluff feels the Blues in April

The city of Natchez and surrounding area will be feeling the Blues during its annual Natchez Bluff Blues Fest to be held Friday through Sunday, April 26-28.

Local actors hold rally, asking Jindal to preserve film tax credits in Louisiana

A group of local actors are rallying to tell Governor Jindal how important the film tax credit is for Louisiana.

LSU's O'Bryant puts NBA dreams on hold

LSU star basketball player Johnny O’Bryant III announced Tuesday that he will return to college for his junior year instead of pursuing a professional career.