Troopers are asking drivers to avoid the area of US 190 at LA 758.
Louisiana’s higher education system already is “running on fumes,” and any further cuts could have long-term repercussions.
An autopsy revealed the infant had died “as a result of blunt force trauma.”
The man faces two charges of attempted first-degree murder after allegedly injuring a man during a drive-by shooting.
The crash occurred shortly after midnight on LA 3039 near Dean Leblanc Road in St. Martin Parish.
Detectives are asking if anyone has information involving the incident to contact the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office at 337-369-3711.
A man found guilty of injecting his girlfriend with a deadly dose of heroin is going to prison for the rest of his life.
“Flavanols have some antioxidant qualities, which can help to lower blood pressure, lower some of our cholesterol’s, which in turn will help…
A drop in oil prices has directly affected our state’s economy, contributing to the $570 million dollars we’re short of revenue expected for…
Two weeks ago, and for the first time in ten years, Adam knew where his loving friend was.
3 officers, 3 minutes, after a frantic 911 call officers were first to arrive on scene with precious time being a big factor.
Associate Dean of political science at UL Lafayette, Dr. Pearson Cross fills KLFY in on how much power the governor has.
Local high school students devastated about the recent changes to TOPs
Questions and answers from the Governor’s Office about the status of TOPS after Thursday’s announcement.
In the face of cuts to the college scholarship program, administrators are working to mitigate the impact of the potential reduction.
The president’s statement comes a day after LOSFA notified campuses Thursday that it was temporarily suspending TOPS payments.