Man Accused Of Setting Fire To Former In-laws’ Home
A Louisiana man accused of setting fire to a trailer owned by his former in-laws has been arrested more than a year after the blaze.
Court: Electoral College Members Not Bound By Popular Vote
A U.S. appeals court in Denver said Electoral College members can vote for the presidential candidate of their choice and aren't bound by the popular vote in their states.
Police: Child Unknowingly Brings Cocaine To Kindergarten
A 5-year-old boy came to kindergarten with cocaine, and police in a New Orleans suburb arrested two adults.
LSU Eye Specialist Explains The Cancer That Killed Gov. Blanco
LSU Health New Orleans Retina Specialist Maria Reinoso says it’s a tragic cancer, but a rare one that only impacts a small percentage of the population.
Brand-name Drug Prices Rising At Slower Pace, Lower Amounts
Drug companies are still raising prices for brand-name prescription medicines, just not as often or by as much as they used to, according to an Associated Press analysis.
Warren Apologizes For Heritage Claim, Woos Native Americans
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren offered a public apology Monday to Native Americans over her past claim to tribal heritage, directly tackling an area that's proved to be a big political liability.
Lawsuit: Restaurant Pressured Servers Do Unpaid Work
Three former table servers are suing owners and managers of an iconic Louisiana restaurant, claiming managers pressured them to work for no pay.
Reporter ID’d In New Orleans Small Plane Crash
WVUE-TV confirms that Nancy Parker, a reporter and anchor at the television station for 23 years, was killed in the crash Friday afternoon near Lakefront Airport.
2 Former Fraternity Brothers Out Of Jail In Hazing Death
Two former fraternity brothers are free after serving time for misdemeanor hazing in connection with the alcohol poisoning death of a Louisiana State University student in 2017.
Several police officers shot in Philadelphia
At least one gunman opened fire on Philadelphia police Wednesday afternoon, wounding at least six officers in a standoff that extended into the evening.
DOJ Says 2 Epstein Guards Are Placed On Leave
The Justice Department says two guards assigned to watch Jeffrey Epstein when he killed himself in jail have been placed on administrative leave.
School Enrollment Rebounds Following Deadly 2016 Flooding
Student enrollment in a Louisiana parish has returned to levels it hasn't experienced since devastating floods three years ago.