Charge dropped against ex-LSU student in hazing death
Prosecutors have dismissed a hazing charge against a former fraternity member indicted in the 2017 alcohol-related hazing death of a pledge at Louisiana State University.
House Lays Out Evidence For Trump Impeachment
The House has released a sweeping impeachment report outlining evidence of what it calls President Donald Trump’s wrongdoing toward Ukraine.
Section Of Pinhook Road Reduced To 1 Lane For Construction Of Turn Lane
DOTD crews are constructing a turn lane on Pinhook Road from now until Friday, December 13, weather permitting.
Police: ‘Feud’ Led To Mass French Quarter Shooting
Some type of personal feud is believed to have sparked the weekend shooting that left 10 people injured at the edge of New Orleans’ historic French Quarter, police chief Shaun Ferguson said Monday.
Louisiana Motor Vehicles Office Struggling After Cyberattack
Most of La.’s Office of Motor Vehicles branch locations remain closed as state workers continue responding to cyberattack that hit computer servers 2 weeks ago.
Rosa Parks Statue To Be Unveiled Sunday
A new statue of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks will stand in downtown Montgomery.
Lafayette Clinic Closed With Medicaid Expansion To Reopen
A Louisiana health clinic that closed when Medicaid was expanded is reopening.
Agencies Restore Marshes In Cameron Parish
The state’s coastal protection agency says a coastal restoration project in southwestern Louisiana has been completed.
New Orleans Police: 11 Shot On Edge of French Quarter
New Orleans police say 11 people were shot in an early morning shooting on the edge of the city’s famed French Quarter
Pence On Surprise Iraq Trip to Reassure Allies, Greet Troops
Vice President Mike Pence made an unannounced visit to Iraq on Saturday in the highest-level American trip since President Donald Trump ordered a pullback of U.S. forces in Syria two months ago.
Louisiana Reports 2nd Death From Vaping; 1st Was Monday
Health officials say a second person in Louisiana has died of a vaping-related lung injury.
Gov. Edwards Declares State Of Emergency Following Cyberattack On Government Agencies
Gov. John Bel Edwards on Friday declared a State of Emergency following a cybersecurity incident that affected state servers this week, allowing several agencies to take actions, including waiving fees and fines, to assist members of the public.