Statewide News

NSU game vs. Louisiana Tech canceled due to fire

NATCHITOCHES - Northwestern State's baseball game against Louisiana Tech Wednesday night has been canceled due to a transformer fire behind the right field wall at Brown-Stroud Field.

Graduates may carry debt far into careers, study shows

As Ark-La-Tex graduates get fitted for that cap and gown, they're facing many economic hurdles. One of the biggest can be student loan debt.

Pajama bandit burglarizes Baton Rouge bank

BATON ROUGE, LA — East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Detectives are looking for an man that attempted to burglarize the Chase Bank located at 1312 O’Neal Lane at approximately 3:00 a.m. on Monday, May 7.

Boosie's attorney claims investigators didn't follow all leads

BATON ROUGE,LA — Day 2: Lil Boosie's attorneys claim investigators didn't follow all leads to try and find who killed Terry Boyd.

TEA Party Express to stop in ETX

We the People is sponsoring the Tyler stop for the TEA Party Express National Bus Tour "Restoring the American Dream." The bus arrives Friday afternoon at 5:30 at Lonestar Event Center, 4036 Farm Road 2767 ( East Erwin) outside the Lo

New Orleans woman arrested for kidnapping a friend's child

BELLE ROSE, LA — Sheriff Mike Waguespack reports that on Saturday, April 28, at approximately 8:25 p.m., deputies responded to the 200 block of Hwy 1003 in Belle Rose concerning a two year old child being abducted.

Pet Insurance: Worth the cost?

It's no secret that pet ownership is expensive, an average of $60 a month per pet, according to the Census. Even in tough times, though, people are still willing to shell out for Fido and Fluffy.

WEB EXTRA: Human trafficking explained

BATON ROUGE, La — Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. That's according to a number of different people who fight it every day right here in Baton Rouge.

Class of 2012 looks to uncertain job market

As the class of 2012 prepares to graduate, it's facing some pretty bleak statistics.

6 students arrested at LA school on drugs and weapons charges

Sheriff Michael L. Lafrance today announced the arrest of five adults and one juvenile in connection with a drugs and weapons sweep at Belle Chasse High School on Wednesday, April 25, 2012.