NOAA Lowers Predicted Storm Total for 2018 Hurricane Season
NOAA has lowered its prediction for the number of named storms for this hurricane season.
UL Lafayette Podcast Chronicles 2016 Floods
UNDERWATER: Memories of the 2016 Floods is the result of over a hundred interviews.
Former Governor Edwin Edwards Turns 91 Today
One of the most colorful characters in Louisiana political lore says he’s in good spirits and good health and looking forward to moving forward in life with his third wife, 39-year-old Trina Edwards and son Eli.
Documentary Examines 2014 N.I. Shooting of Handcuffed Black Man (VIDEO)
Investigation Discovery aired a two-hour documentary Monday night called “Sugar Town,” which examined the controversial death of Victor White the Third.
How are 2017 Criminal Justice Reforms Working in Louisiana?
The Department of Corrections is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the 2017 criminal justice reforms that saw Louisiana lose its title as the incarceration capital of the world.
Time Capsule Found under Confederate Monument Opened in Nola
A time capsule has been uncovered in New Orleans as the result of the removal of a pedestal that once carried a statue of P.G.T. Beauregard.
Louisiana Child Care Program Receiving $39 Million Grant
The Louisiana Department of Education is removing 4,500 children from a waiting list seeking to enroll in a child care program.
Switchblades Legalized Across Louisiana
The devices have been banned for decades.