Man Sentenced In Hazing Death Case
The incident resulted in the banning of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity from campus until at least 2033, and the passage of a much harsher set of felony level hazing penalties.
Holiday spending expected to grow in 2019
Shoppers are expected to spend on average about 4% more on holiday gifts than they did last year.
Excitement grows as Popeye’s chicken sandwich returns
The Popeye’s chicken sandwich that captured the attention of the world this summer returns to the restaurant’s menu this Sunday.
Louisiana sees its highest case count in 20 years for hepatitis A
The state’s latest tally of hepatitis A cases is up to just shy of 600, the highest case count in twenty years.
Drew Brees returns to practice with the New Orleans Saints this week
Saints QB Drew Brees intends to practice with the team this week ahead of their Week 8 clash with the Cardinals this Sunday.
Five majority-black Crowley churches vandalized in past four months
Five predominantly African American churches in Crowley have been vandalized since July, with the most recent incident being discovered this morning.
Former Employee Suing Gov. Edwards Following Allegations Against Former Aide
Juanita Washington, the woman who accused Governor Edwards’ former aide Johhny Anderson of sexual harassment, has filed a public records lawsuit in order to gain access to information related to Anderson’s tenure.
Poor & Mediocre Road Conditions Cost La. Drivers $6.9 Billion Annually
New research shows rough, congested, and unsafe roads are costing Louisiana motorists around $6.9 billion annually, which could cost up to almost $2,300 per driver.