Louisianans Beware: Malicious Malware Attacking Facebook Accounts
In a recent press release, cybersecurity leader Bitdefender unveiled a disturbing revelation regarding the evolving tactics of cybercriminals on Facebook. The company's research has uncovered the emergence of a new virus, known as NodeStealer, which poses a significant threat to the privacy and security of Facebook users.
Louisiana Ranks Among Top States for Biggest Bullying Problem
Louisiana's ranking among the top states with the biggest bullying problem, as revealed by WalletHub's survey, indicates several significant implications and challenges for the state.
Louisiana Musician Suing Mariah Carey for $20 Million Over Christmas Hit
New Orleans, Louisiana native Vince Vance, a member of the band Vince Vance & the Valiants, has ignited a $20 million lawsuit against superstar Mariah Carey, claiming copyright infringement related to her iconic 1994 Christmas song, "All I Want For Christmas Is You." The lawsuit, initially filed in the summer of 2022 in Louisiana, is now being moved to California, where the legal battle is set to continue.
How to Read Different Food Expiration Date Terms in Louisiana
All those different dates on food can be a bit tricky to understand. You see "best-by," "sell-by," and "use-by" dates, and it's not always clear when your food is no longer good to eat. These dates are more about how the food tastes and looks, not whether it's safe to eat. So, it can be confusing to know when to trust your food and when it's time to get rid of it.
Is it Legal to Warm Up Your Car in Your Own Driveway in Louisiana?
On crisp Louisiana winter mornings, it's a natural to want to warm up your vehicle before hitting the road. You might even have one of those fancy remotes that lets you start it from inside your house. After all, icy windows and freezing seats aren't anyone's idea of a comfortable commute. But, here's the twist - according to the law, warming up your car in your own driveway is considered illegal in the Pelican State.
Louisiana Christmas Tree Prices Might Increase For These 3 Reasons
Lisa Angevine-Bergs, the executive director of the Connecticut Christmas Tree Growers Association, has revealed that the price of Christmas trees is likely to see a slight increase in the state this year. Last year, many farms had to raise their prices due to losses incurred during the drought of 2016, which led to lower inventory levels between 2021 and 2023.
Louisiana’s Vape Ban Stalls as Retailers Challenge New Law
A highly anticipated law that was set to ban flavored vape products in Louisiana has hit a roadblock as the Louisiana Convenience and Vape Store Association mounts a legal challenge against the legislation. The law, which would have prohibited retailers from selling vape products not listed on a state-approved registry, has been temporarily delayed as a judge considers the association's request for a restraining order and permanent injunction.
Popular Japanese Restaurant in Lafayette Reopens Under New Name
Tsubaki Japanese Restaurant, now Tsubaki by Koi, has officially flung open its doors once again, much to the delight of its loyal customers in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Louisiana’s New Vape Regulations and V.A.P.E. Directory: What You Need to Know
As of November 1, the final stage of Louisiana's sweeping vape regulations has taken effect, bringing significant changes to the way vaping products are sold and purchased within the state. This comprehensive overhaul of vape laws, initiated earlier this year, is aimed at curbing the marketing of vaping products to minors and improving oversight in the industry.
6th Annual JPJ Memorial Turkey Trot Set for Thanksgiving Day at Moncus Park
In 2022, over 150 runners participated in "Jean Paul's Race." To commemorate his spirit and generosity, Robin Judice Bostick established the JPJ Memorial Turkey Trot nonprofit organization. This new organization will serve as a platform to raise funds for various causes, reflecting Jean Paul's unconditional love and his desire to help those in need. This year, the event is partnering with Catholic Charities of Acadiana to raise money for St. Joseph Diner, a local charitable organization.
Is Your Laundry Detergent Toxic? Here Are 5 Safer Options
When it comes to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, it's not just about diet and exercise. It's also about the products we use in our daily lives, including laundry detergents. Many commonly available laundry detergents contain toxic ingredients like 1,4-dioxane, SLS/SLES, parabens, phosphates, sulfates, synthetic dyes, optical brighteners, and more. These chemicals can have adverse effects on our health, and they can be absorbed through our skin, our body's largest organ.
5 Fast Food Chains Offering Halloween Deals in Louisiana
Halloween is finally here and fast food chains are joining in on the spooky festivities by offering some mouthwatering, limited-time deals for this ghoulishly fun holiday. If you're looking to satisfy your taste buds without breaking the bank on Tuesday read on to discover the fantastic Halloween specials from popular fast-food establishments.
Where to Pick up or Dine in for Thanksgiving in Acadiana
Not everyone in South Louisiana wants to cook a big meal on Thanksgiving *GASP*. In fact, some prefer to dine out at restaurants, enjoying the holiday without the hassle of kitchen duty. This can be a practical choice for smaller families or individuals who want to avoid food waste and cleanup. Additionally, many restaurants offer special Thanksgiving menus, providing an opportunity to savor a professionally prepared feast.
6 Espresso Martinis You Need to Try in Lafayette, Louisiana
These 6 Lafayette restaurants take espresso martinis to the next level.
Hilarious LSU Homecoming ‘Pomping Prank’ Goes Viral
LSU's campus has been buzzing with homecoming festivities, but a recent incident has stolen the spotlight as LSU's chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma (KKG) sorority found itself at the center of a unique prank. Their meticulously crafted pomping board, featuring representations of national champions Paul Skenes and Angel Reese, was reportedly vandalized on Sunday according to lsureveille.com, leaving the LSU community abuzz.
Louisiana’s Sweltering Summer Raises Questions About What Winter Will Bring
It is no secret that the summer of 2023 has etched its scorching mark in the history books, as one of the hottest and driest summers on record here in Louisiana. With over a month's worth of triple-digit days, residents across the state are now left wondering if this searing heat is a precursor to an equally extreme winter.
The Most Expensive Home for Sale in New Iberia, Louisiana
Step into a world of elegance and luxury in New Iberia's most expensive home, a true masterpiece of design and comfort.
New Youngsville Dog Park Set to Open this Fall
As construction nears its final stages, Mayor Ritter's post was filled with positivity and excitement for the upcoming fall 2023 opening of the Youngsville Dog Park. Residents and dog owners in the area have eagerly awaited this recreational haven, which promises to be a haven for four-legged friends and their human companions.
ALERT: Heads Up Louisiana,This Tiny Bug Can Cause Serious Health Issues
As Texas grapples with a growing annoyance of sand flies, Louisiana residents are now on high alert for the potential arrival of these pesky insects. Sand flies, also known as sand gnats, are causing a stir due to their relentless biting and irritating presence. For those who've encountered these tiny menaces, they understand the exasperation they can bring. Sand flies are notorious for their painful and itchy bites, often leaving behind red welts.
Was Disney World Really Almost Built In Louisiana?
In a tale of missed opportunities and 'what-ifs,' it has come to light that the famous Walt Disney once considered bringing his dream theme park to Louisiana. The story begins on a fateful day, November 22, 1963, when Disney arrived in New Orleans, unaware that it was the same day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.