Statewide News

Hillary Clinton speaks of Benghazi regrets in New Orleans

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday that the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya was her biggest regret during the four years she served as America's top diplomat.

Lake Charles Police arrest 2 for 2013 armed robbery

Lake Charles Police have arrested two men in connection with an armed robbery that happened back in 2013.

State Fire Marshal issues statewide Burn Advisory

The Louisiana State Fire Marshal’s Office has issued a burn advisory due to windy conditions and dry vegetation. The public is urged to exercise caution when setting outdoor fires.

Louisianans look forward to 2016 elections

After several years with Bobby Jindal as the governor of Louisiana, people across the state are beginning to think about who they’d like to replace him in 2016.

19-Year-Old takes Lake Charles Police on high speed chase

19-year-old Eric Son Tran took Lake Charles Police on a high speed chase across state lines.

LA Attorney General warns of new email scam

Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell sent out a public warning of a new email scam that tells recipients that they need to appear in court for “illegal software usage.”

How to make your New Years travel safer

Louisiana State Police say that simply planning ahead for your New Year’s celebration can help the state have a safe start to 2014.

Former Louisiana State Fire Marshal Dies

Former Louisiana State Fire Marshal, Carroll Herring passed away shortly before noon on December 26, at a Baton Rouge hospital. Herring was surrounded by friends and family members.

Coast Guardsman to face court martial for sexual assualt

A Coast Guardsman accused of sexual misconduct is set to go before a court-martial in April of 2014.

3 Children die in Houma Fire

Three children died in a mobile home fire early this morning. Houma firefighters arrived around 2:30 a.m. to the mobile home in the 100 block of Whispering Oaks Drive.