Hurricane Matthew Downgraded To Post-Tropical Cyclone
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says hurricane-force wind gusts are battering North Carolina's Outer Banks.
Police Shoot ‘Active Shooter’ At Strip Mall In Houston
Houston police say several people have been shot at a strip mall in the southwest of the city and that officers shot the gunman.
Louisiana’s Cost To Respond To Flooding Could Reach $81M
Gov. John Bel Edwards estimated the state's cost for recovery wil reach $81 million.
Louisiana’s Poverty Rate Third In Nation, Nearly 20 Percent
U.S. Census data shows little change in Louisiana's poverty rate from 2014 to 2015.
Weeks After Louisiana Flooding, 850 People Still In Shelters
Shelters remain open in East Baton Rouge, Ascension, Livingston, East Feliciana and Tangipahoa parishes.
Small Plane Crash Kills Lafayette Man In Texas
A 25-year-old Lafayette man, and the pilot, were killed in the crash near the Trinity River.
Son Shot, Home Flooded: 2 Tragedies Rock 1 Louisiana Family
Despite tragedies, East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Deputy Nick Tullier's family continues to pray for their son's recovery.
Federal Agencies Won’t Block Removal Of New Orleans Monument
The monument commemorates an 1874 revolt against the U.S. Government.
Clarinetist Pete Fountain Dies
Fountain's manager said Fountain died Saturday morning of heart failure.
More Than 400 New Louisiana Laws Take Effect In August
New laws approved in the 2016 legislative session take effect on Monday, August 1.