Breaking News: 2 Students, 1 Teacher Wounded After SC Elementary School Shooting
The local sheriff's office reports the teen suspect is in custody.
Police: Asst. Principal Arrested After Woman Disappears
Police suspect foul play in the disappearance of the 40-year-old Baton Rouge woman.
House Backs Bill To Punish Louisiana ‘Sanctuary Cities’
The proposed law would penalize jurisdictions that don't align with federal immigration law
Ban On Fetal Tissue Sales, Donations Nearing Final Passage
The bill heads to the full House for debate after clearing the House Health Committee.
‘Raise the Age’ Bill Passes Senate With Strong Support
Gov. John Bel Edwards supports the proposal saying treating 17-year-old offenders as adults "is costing our state too much money."
Gas Prices Jump By 8 Cents Over Past 2 Weeks, Averages $2.18
Louisiana is still home to some of the cheapest fuel in the nation right now.
Barksdale B-52s Land In Qatar To FIght IS
The B-52 "Stratofortresses" arrived at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar Saturday to fight the Islamic State group.
Crews Laying Fiber-Optic Cable Along I-10 For Miss. Traffic System
The Intelligent Traffic System will link 92 video cameras, 40 advisory boards and sensors that detect vehicle motion and nine overhead electronic message boards.
Sheriff: Off-Duty Trooper Wounds Man After Break-In
An off-duty state police detective shot and wounded a man who allegedly broke into his unmarked car and then threatened to shoot him.
Unclaimed Mega Millions Prize Set To Expire May 1
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A $25,000 Louisiana Lottery Mega Millions prize won for the Nov. 3, 2015, drawing is close to expiring. Lottery officials say the winning ticket was purchased at PR Interstate Fuel on Highway 1090 in Pearl River and is set to expire at 5 p.m. on...
Mississippi House Proposes Firing Squad As Execution Method
The Mississippi House wants to allow the state prison system to execute prisoners using a firing squad.
Project To Nourish Eroding Marshes With Sewage Nearly Done
A project to channel treated sewage through wetlands to help rebuild marshes in southern Terrebonne Parish is near completion.