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.
Black Eyed Peas And Cabbage For New Years – Why?
Why do we eat black eyed peas and cabbage on New Year's Day? Find the origins of these traditions here.
Barry Now On Land – 10 am Update
The storm is officially a hurricane.
Elf-Like Creature Shows Up On Surveillance Video [Watch]
Comparisons are being drawn between Dobby of Harry Potter fame and this elf-like creature that appeared on surveillance video.
New Music Video Touts Louisiana Hurricane Pet Preparedness
There's a new little ditty to help keep your dog or your kitty safe during a hurricane evacuation order.
Louisiana’s Deadliest Weather Isn’t Tornadoes Or Hurricanes
While tornadoes and hurricanes capture the headlines they are not the most deadly weather phenomenon we encounter.
Single Ticket Takes $530 Million In Mega Millions Game
A single ticket sold for last night's drawing matched all the numbers to claim the Mega Millions top prize.
Closings Announced For Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
Hog Island Gully Recreation Area will have closures during the Summer for a significant marsh revitalization project.
Sports Wagering Bill To Be Debated By House Committee Today
Some legislators are concerned that special interest groups could derail the legislation that would legalize sports wagering in the state.
Heat Is On For Bayou Country Superfest This Weekend
Forecasters say temperatures in the Baton Rouge area could be almost as hot as the music on stage this weekend.
Sports Betting Bill Advances In Louisiana Legislature
The debate on legalized sports wagering in Louisiana has cleared the House Criminal Justice Committee.
Recreational Marijuana Bill Still Alive In Louisiana Legislature
Those who want to puff pot for pleasure in Louisiana shouldn't hold their breath while waiting for legislative approval.
Louisiana Gas Prices Dip Ahead Of Summer Driving Season
Drivers across Louisiana won't be paying quite as much for fuel as the summer driving season begins this year.