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Louisiana Tops In Murder Rate Again
Even with declines over the past 20 years, the Pelican State still leads in national murder rates.
Father Allegedly Murders 11-Month-Old Baby, Claims He Messed Up
33-year-old Fabian Smith is charged in the death of 11-month-old Jericho Smith.
10 LSU Students Face Charges In Death Of LSU Fraternity Pledge
Ten LSU students are facing charges in connection with last month’s hazing death of 18-year-old Maxwell Gruver.
President Trump’s Approval Rating Drops Slightly In Louisiana
Despite the slight drop, Louisiana has the 4th highest approval rating for our commander-in-chief.
Fund Started To Help Slain Officer’s Family
The fund is being started to aid families of those members of the Lafayette PD killed in the line of duty.
Sec of State Says Early Voting Numbers Remain Low
The general election is set for Saturday, October 14th.
North La. Mom Arrested For Allegedly Killing Newborn, Putting Him In Dumpster
The mother was arrested for killing the baby that was only one day old.
Three Constitutional Amendments On The Oct. 14th Ballot
Voters should be aware of three constitutional amendments on the October 14th ballot.
There’s Science Behind Your Pumpkin Spice Obsession
The pumpkin spice craze is in full swing as it is around this time every year, and experts say there's science behind your autumn craving.
Job Fairs Taking Place Thursday To Help Young Adults Find Work
There are five job fair locations within Acadiana. The events will be held from 3-6 p.m. on Thursday only.
DCFS: Number Of Babies Exposed To Drugs In The Womb Triples From 2008 To 2016
Louisiana has seen a steady--and frightening--increase in newborns who are born with illegal drugs in their system.
Oil & Gas Industry Stepping Up Along The Gulf Coast In Wake Of Harvey
National oil and gas companies are pitching in to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.