Statewide News

Governor Jindal signs legislation to protect hunting game donations and combat hunger across Louisiana

Governor Bobby Jindal signed legislation that encourages and protects charitable giving of hunting game at a bill signing ceremony with representatives from the Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission and Hunters for the Hungry.

One worker remains in stable condition following deadly blast in Donaldsonville

One person remains hospitalized from Friday’s deadly blast at CF Industries in Donaldsonville. Investigators are currently working to determine what caused the incident.

Donaldsonville mourns loss of 'Rocky' Morris, victim of CF Industries incident

A father of three and husband, and beloved member of the community, Ronald “Rocky” Morris, 55, died Friday evening in an incident at CF Industries.

99 years without parole: Man admits to child molestation, pornography production

A Houma man was sentenced to 99 years in prison today after pleading guilty to eight counts of molestation of a juvenile and 13 counts of production of child pornography.

Two children hospitalized after chemistry lab incident; one being treated in Baton Rouge

A Covington child was taken to a Baton Rouge hospital today after an accident in a science camp lab. Another child was transported to a hospital in Shreveport.

Memorial soccer game held for Zachary Green, victim of Geismar plant explosion

Zachary Green loved soccer, so his friends and family gathered in Ponchatoula this morning to play a game in honor of his memory.

Four little words on Baton Rouge church sign spark big discussion

It's an average looking church sign, but it makes a pretty big statement.

Louisiana Department of Debt Recovery officially created

Louisiana is getting into the bill collecting business. Tens of millions owed to the state could soon be coming back to it, thanks to the newly created Department of Debt Recovery.

Two drunk women arrested for telling 10-year-old to drive them home

Two women were arrested after they allegedly told a 10-year-old to drive the car because they were too intoxicated.

Terrilynn Monette memorial services scheduled for California, New Orleans

Two memorial services will honor the life of school teacher Terrilynn Monette. The first will be held in her hometown, and the second in New Orleans.