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Controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio Out, Facing Jail Time
The race became a referendum on Arpaio's mounting legal woes.
New Orleans Firm Marketing Coins From 1715 Shipwrecks
A New Orleans investment firm has begun marketing gold coins from a 300-year-old shipwreck discovered off Florida's coast.
Louisiana Governor Going Back To Washington For Flood Aid
Gov. John Bel Edwards is looking to garner support for another $4 billion in flood recovery funding from the federal government.
Trump Expected To Win Louisiana’s 8 Electoral Votes
It's been 20 years since Louisiana cast its electoral votes for a Democratic presidential candidate.
Funding Needed To Improve Welsh’s Water Supply
Welsh officials plan to seek funding from the state Department of Health and Hospitals to improve water supply.
Ag Department Warns Of Increased Wildfire Risk In Louisiana
The state agriculture department says 19 parishes have enacted burn bans due to the low rainfall totals over the last two months.
Knives Needed, Man Says After Choking On Popeyes Chicken
A Mississippi attorney is suing Popeyes after he says he choked when he had to eat a piece of fried chicken with his hands because a knife wasn't included in his drive-thru order.
Edwards Hopes To Return To Governor’s Mansion Next Month
Gov. John Bel Edwards and his family hope to be back in the Louisiana Governor's Mansion by the end of November.
Plaqumine Man Arrested In Lafayette For Cold-Case Killings
Sixty-one-year-old Tommy Francise, of Plaquemine, was arrested early Thursday in Lafayette in the deaths of two men.
Jeremy Mardis’ Family Files Suit Against City Of Marksville
The lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court claims Marksville city officials failed to properly train the deputies on use of deadly force.
Nearly $10K In Cash Left In Shopping Cart Returned To Owner
Nearly $10,000 in cash a restaurant owner left in a shopping cart at a store has been returned thanks to a couple who found the money.
Out-Of-State Costs Cut More Than Half For UL Online Degrees
Students enrolled in an online degree program will pay the same rate — whether they live in Louisiana or outside of the state.