Storms Could Spawn Tornadoes Across Parts Of Midwest, South
Forecasters are warning of severe storms as a powerful weather system moves across our region.
State Police Interim Leader To Be Chosen Next Week
Gov. John Bel Edwards plans to have an Col. Mike Edmonson's interim replacement appointed next week.
LSU To Begin Search For Contractors To Grow Medical Marijuana
The first crop is expected to be ready by the end of 2017.
Mystery: Severed Arm Found Near Canal In New Orleans Suburb
St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's investigators and Louisiana State Police are investigating the gory discovery.
Beauregard Sheriff Sued Over Deadly Shooting During Drug Raid
A man from Ragley was killed in his home after investigators improperly obtained a warrant to search his residence for drugs.
Krewe Of Chewbacchus Marches To Pay Tribute To Carrie Fisher
Fans of iconic "Star Wars" star Carrie Fisher are gathering to pay tribute to her — New Orleans style.
Trump Wins Electoral College Vote, Presidency
Monday's vote ensures that the billionaire will become America's 45th president.
La. Lawmaker Launches Nonprofit To Focus On Women’s Issues
The nonprofit will focus on employment, health, education and violence prevention issues involving women.
Trump Action On Health Care Could Cost Planned Parenthood
One of Trump's first actions as president may be to cut off taxpayer money from Planned Parenthood.
Report: Louisiana Has Large Wealth Gap Between Rich, Poor
Louisiana has one of the highest income inequality rates in the country.
Man Killed Who Shot Deputy On Domestic Disturbance Call
A man is dead after he shot a Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputy responding to a domestic disturbance call.
FEMA Grants Governor’s Request To Extend Claims Deadline
Gov. John Bel Edwards says federal authorities have granted his request for an extension of the filing deadline for those affected by August floods.