Girlfriend Of Slain Ville Platte Man Pleads Not Guilty To Beating Deputy
The defendant pleaded not guilty to charges she assaulted the deputy after intervening in his struggle with her boyfriend.
Tax Tweaks, Driver Training Changes Among New Louisiana Laws
More than 20 new or rewritten Louisiana laws take effect next week as January begins.
Singer Files Sex Assault Complaint Against Former Trump Aide
Joy Villa says she plans to meet with detectives in Washington next week about the complaint against Corey Lewandowski.
Stolen LSU Laptop May Have Info On 5,500 People
The university says it is mailing letters to the people involved to inform them of the possibility that personal information is on the stolen computer.
UPDATE: Multiple Fatalities Aboard Train Following Amtrak Derailment Near Seattle
Washington state authorities say falling train cars struck vehicles on roadway, multiple motorists injured
FCC Votes To End Net Neutrality Rules
The FCC votes on party lines to undo sweeping Obama-era 'net neutrality' rules that guaranteed equal access to internet.
President Trump Praises Deal On GOP Tax Cuts
President Donald Trump says Republicans are "very, very close to a historic legislative victory" on taxes.
Alabama Elects Democrat Senator, Roy Moore Defeated
Moore’s campaign has struggled in polls since sexual misconduct allegations were made public.