My name is Bruce Mikells. Some of the things I enjoy most are reading those long receipts from the drug store, making ceramic statues of cheese, and folding fitted sheets. I have made guest appearances on Happy Days, McMillan and Wife, and Rescue 911. In each case I played a dead body.
One Million Dollar Powerball Ticket Will Expire On Thursday
The one million dollar winning ticket was purchased in Louisiana for the August 25th Powerball drawing.
More Funny Money Reported In Jennings
The fake bills range from $5 to $100 denominations. More than 20 cases of counterfeit bills have been reported.
Severe Weather Threat Today In Acadiana
Fast moving showers and thunderstorms could pack a punch over the next day or so.
Can Your Child Answer This Important Severe Weather Question?
This is the week that parents and teachers should make sure that every child knows the best answer.
Golden Girls Themed Cruise Is Happening Next Year
Fans of the iconic television show can sail the high seas on a five-day adventure that includes a lot of Golden Girl themed activities.
Will Neosporin In Your Nose Prevent The Flu?
Can a swab of medicated cream in your nose keep the flu bug out of your body?
St. Landry Beating Caught On Tape [Video]
The violent attack happened at a gas station in Opelousas early Thursday morning.
Lafayette Parish Courthouse To Reopen After Water Leak
The building was closed early yesterday but it will be business as usual at the Lafayette Parish Courthouse today.
Duson Couple Honored As State’s Longest Married
The couple gathered with family and friends to celebrate their incredible love story.
Henderson Moves To Quell Free Roaming Chickens
One, two, cock-a-doodle-do, the chickens won't soon be on the run thanks to a new ordinance in Henderson.
New Orleans Man Offers To Hold Parade Spot For $2000
The 10x10 spot is in a prime location along St. Charles Avenue. As you might imagine, passion is running high over this unique business model.
Louisiana Riverboat Casinos Not In A Hurry To Come Ashore
Riverboat casino operators appear to be just fine with their feet still in the water across the state.