Louisiana High Football Player on Video Using Derogatory Language
On Tuesday evening, a video was being shared on social media of a Buckeye High School football player using derogatory language.
Kids Can Get Goodnight Phone Call From Favorite Disney Characters
Kids of all ages can get a phone call at bedtime from the likes of Mickey Mouse, Spider-Man, Anna and Elsa, Woody, Yoda and more.
Tropics: Imelda Weakens, Jerry Forms, Humberto Stronger
There are currently five areas of tropical weather being watched in the Atlantic Basin this morning.
Kartchner's Grocery & Specialty Meats Building New Scott Location
Kartchner's Grocery & Specialty Meats, based out of Krotz Springs, is expanding to Scott with a brand new location just under construction.
System In Gulf Should Bring Showers And Not Much More
The system has shown signs of strengthening but will likely move onshore before further development occurs.
St. Martinville Mayor Accused Of Late Power Bill Payments
It's alleged Mayor Melinda Mitchell granted herself extensions on her delinquent power bill while other residents were having their service interrupted.
Wayne Toups Kicks Off 2019 Fall Season of Rhythms on the River
The 2019 fall season of Rhythms on the River gets kicked off this Thursday evening at Townsquare in River Ranch.
Humberto Now A Hurricane, Imelda Could Form This Week
Forecasters say the 9th named storm of the season could form in the Atlantic sometime this week.
Hancock Whitney Gets Approval To Acquire MidSouth Bank
MidSouth is expected to lay off 90 employees and close several branches, many in Lafayette when the deal is finalized later this month.
Woman Accused Of Battery On Police Officer Outside Of LSU Game
The attack was reported as the woman was receiving medical treatment outside Saturday's football game at Tiger Stadium.
Two Injured In Early Morning Shooting In Opelousas
Shots were reportedly fired into an inhabited dwelling in the 1900 block of Linus Street early this morning.
Understanding The Constitutional Amendments On The October Ballot
Louisiana voters will have four constitutional questions they must decide come election day. Here's what they are all about in plain English.