Alleged burglar steals surveillance camera, but forgets to turn it off
A Haughton man was arrested after allegedly sneaking into a neighbor’s garage and stealing a number of items, including a live streaming surveillance camera that he forgot to turn off after the theft.
5 La. nursing homes tagged for poor performance
Five Louisiana nursing homes are in hot water after a report by the Center for Medicaid and Medicare services shows poor conditions and subpar treatment of patients.
Burl Cain’s Son, Nate, Sentenced For Federal Wire Fraud
The former warden of the Avoyelles Correctional Center in Cottonport - Nate Cain - was sentenced on Monday to 38 months in federal prison.
Progressive, Farm Bureau Announce Insurance Rate Decrease
Progressive and Louisiana Farm Bureau are dropping their auto insurance rates this year following a rate decrease last year from the state’s largest insurer, State Farm.
Thanksgiving travel predicted to be highest in 13 years
AAA is forecasting the number of travelers for the Thanksgiving holiday to be the highest since 2005.
Rep. Abraham says farm bill has hit major stumbling block
Work continues during the lame duck session of Congress on approving a new Farm Bill, but work requirements for food stamp recipients continue to be a major stumbling block.
Exotic dancing now limited to those over 21
Louisiana ATC can now enforce a law barring anyone under the age of 21 from working as an erotic dancer in bars and nightclubs.
Cost of Thanksgiving dinner much cheaper in Louisiana than national average
The American Farm Bureau reports the average cost for Thanksgiving dinner has gone down the past three years.