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Planned Parenthood defunding measure wins final passage

Planned Parenthood should lose its Medicaid financing if the organization starts performing abortions in Louisiana, state lawmakers have agreed. The Senate gave final passage to the proposal Monday with a 33-2 vote, sending it to... Read more
Veteran Returns

Remains of New Orleans WWII veteran return home to New Orleans

The remains of Pvt. Earl Joseph Keating, who died in World War II, have been returned to his native New Orleans. Read more...

Tangipahoa NAACP calls for school superintendent to resign

Members of the Tangipahoa Parish Chapter of the NAACP are calling for the resignation of school Superintendent Mark Kolwe. Read more...

Investigators search wreckage of EgyptAir plane, test DNA

A French ship joined the international effort to hunt for the black boxes and other wreckage of EgyptAir Flight 804 Monday, searching for clues to what brought the plane down. Read more...

Governor's legislative agenda fails to find support

Governor John Bel Edwards legislative agenda for this regular session has not done well. Read more...

Lawmakers try and clear up rules on when to stop for school buses

The House Transportation Committee gave the green light today to a Senate approved measure that would make it the law for oncoming traffic to stop for a school bus on a two-lane road with a continuous turn left turn lane. Read more...
Pet Records

Bill to require Louisiana pet store record-keeping nears final passage

People buying dogs and cats in Louisiana pet stores often don't know where the animals were bred. Read more...
Not Allowed

Judge rejects home confinement for ex-cop in shooting case

A former police officer convicted in deadly shootings at a New Orleans bridge following Hurricane Katrina won't be allowed to finish his prison sentence at home.  A federal judge on Monday turned down the request by Anthony Villavaso, ...Read more

City delays taking bids in New Orleans' monument removal

The city of New Orleans has put on hold the process of taking bids to select a contractor to remove four monuments with ties to the Confederacy or white supremacy. Read more...

Mike VI, LSU's live Tiger mascot has cancer

LSU’s live tiger mascot, Mike VI, has been diagnosed with a spindle cell sarcoma, a type of cancer. Currently, Mike’s attitude and demeanor are unchanged, and he does not appear to be in pain.  Read more...


Man found guilty in St. Tammany murder-for-hire plot

A man who witnesses say used a zip tie and a towel to strangle a man in a St. Tammany murder-for-hire case has been found guilty.  It's reported that a jury convicted Carlos Rodriguez on Friday of murder in Mario Scramuzza's death. Read more...
Regular Session

State lawmakers running out of budget time

Just two weeks are left in the Louisiana regular session, and the budget is still the biggest issue for lawmakers. Legislators are trying to fund priorities like TOPS and safety net hospitals with a $600 million budget shortfall.  Read more...


Health officials host public meeting in N.O. to discuss Zika

Health experts will share information about the Zika Virus with the public during a 5:30 P.M. meeting at LSU Health New Orleans Human Development Center. A panel of experts will discuss where the virus is, ...Read more
Gas Prices

Summer gas prices at their lowest in over a decade

Gasoline prices are likely near their high for the year, and that bodes well for folks thinking of doing some summer travel.  "It's very encouraging, because we're looking at the lowest gas prices we've seen, ...Read more
I-10 Murder

New Orleans police investigating a murder on the I-10

The NOPD is investigating the fatal shooting of an unidentified black male.  The incident occurred on Interstate 10 East at the Crowder Boulevard on ramp just before 1 a.m.  Officers responded to a call of shots fired.  Read more...
Super Bowl Bid

N.O. preparing to present its bid to host 2019 Super Bowl

New Orleans is seeking to host the Super Bowl in 2019 and those who will present a bid to the NFL owners on Tuesday are already in Charlotte putting the finishing touches on their presentation.  Read more...
Edwards Agenda

Analysis: Edwards agenda takes a beating in La. Legislature

It would be kind to say Gov. John Bel Edwards' legislative agenda is struggling in the Louisiana Legislature. It might be more direct to say much of that agenda is in tatters.  The governor's equal pay bill has been killed, his minimum wage proposal is stalled ...Read more

Man described as good Samaritan struck, killed by car

Police say a Baton Rouge man who stopped to help at a car crash was struck and killed by a suspected drunk driver.  Baton Rouge police said in a statement that 36-year-old William Warren died early Saturday ...Read more
Zika Panel

State health secretary, LSU Health experts talk Zika May 23

Louisiana's health secretary will join Louisiana State University medical and public health experts on a panel to talk about the Zika virus and what Gulf Coast residents need to know before it arrives. The free event starts at 5:30 p.m. on Monday.  Read more...
Women's Rights

State lawmaker launches campaign for women's rights

Between one representative's not-so-funny joke about strippers and the legislature shooting down a proposal to get equal pay for men and women, it hasn't been a good week for women in Louisiana. One state lawmaker hopes to change that with a new campaign for women's rights.   Read more...
Sunday Murder

NOPD investigating Sunday morning murder

The New Orleans Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting Sunday morning in New Orleans East. According to Officer Juan Barnes, the NOPD received a call around 9:50 a.m., about a male down in the 8100 block of Paris Road.  Read more...
Coach's Statue

LSU to erect statue of longtime baseball coach Skip Bertman

LSU plans to erect a statue of longtime head baseball coach Skip Bertman on campus. The university said in a news release that the LSU Athletic Hall of Fame Committee unanimously approved the proposal for a statute honoring Bertman.  Read more...

Girl Killed

5-year-old girl fatally shoots herself in LaPlace

Authorities say a 5-year-old girl shot and killed herself with a handgun in LaPlace Saturday. The St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's Office said in a statement that the girl's father told investigators his daughter was playing with the gun when she shot herself.  Read more... 
I-10 Fatality

NOPD investigating traffic fatality on I-10

The NOPD Fatality Section is investigating an early Sunday traffic fatality that claimed the life of a 38-year-old male motorcyclist. The crash happened on I-10 East near Spain Street, about 12:45 a.m.   Read more...
Girl Killed

St. John Sheriff's Office: 5-year-old shoots, kills self

Authorities say a 5-year-old girl shot and killed herself with a handgun at a Louisiana home. Read more...
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Saints add WR Vincent Brown

The Saints have added veteran WR Vincent Brown to the mix - he signed with the team on the eve of OTA's beginning this week. Read More

Engster: Fournette not favorite for Heisman

The 2016 Heisman Trophy race is evolving into a showdown of junior running backs from LSU. There is 21-year-old Leonard Fournette, who is the contender from Bayou Country. And there is 19-year-old Christian McCaffrey ...Read more

LSU to erect statue of longtime baseball coach Skip Bertman

LSU plans to erect a statue of longtime head baseball coach Skip Bertman on campus. The university said in a news release that the LSU Athletic Hall of Fame Committee unanimously approved the proposal for a statute honoring Bertman.  Read more...


Tigers fail to sweep FL, miss out on 1st Round bye in SEC Tourney

Before the SEC showdown with Florida, LSU fans heard a lot about the Gators pitching staff that came into the final 3 games of the regular season with the best team ERA in the league. Read more...

No Triple Crown: Exaggerator wins Preakness

Exaggerator has won the Preakness, ruining Nyquist's bid to become horse racing's second Triple Crown winner in two years. Read more...

LSU on the verge of sweeping top ranked Florida

LSU built on the momentum it gained from Friday night's thrilling 5-4 win to beat the top ranked Gators again on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers defeated 7-3 in the completion of Thursday night's game that was halted because of severe weather.  Read more...

Derby winner Nyquist ready for Preakness, even a rainy one

Let it rain again on the Preakness. Team Nyquist doesn't seem concerned. A driving rainstorm didn't faze American Pharoah as he splashed his way to victory in the second leg of the Triple Crown last year, and it appears Nyquist will have to do the same thing today.  Read more...

Tigers take down #1 ranked Florida for 10th straight win

share of big hits this season, but none were bigger than his bloop single in the bottom of the 8th to help the Tigers defeat #1 ranked Florida 5-4 on Friday night. Hunter Newman pitched a 1-2-3 top of the 9th to preserve the 10th straight victory for the Tigers. It's Newman's sixth save. Read more...

The New Orleans Bally McBallface? Not quite

The suggestions are in, now the New Orleans Zephyrs need to pare down the list to come up with a new name for the franchise! Fans will get their say, soon enough. Read more...

Saints sign former Tampa Bay K Connor Barth

After releasing kicker Josh Scobee earlier this week, the Saints are signing veteran kicker Connor Barth to compete with Kai Forbath according to ESPN.  Read More
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