Statewide News

Local bride-to-be on 'Say Yes to the Dress'

A Denham Springs bride is will become a star tonight on the TLC reality show hit "Say Yes to the Dress."

Mosquito Populations Increase Due To Lack Of Water

While a lack of water is causing problems nationwide mosquitos are also causing problems. State officials are urging you to be especially cautious when you go outside.

Officials hold press conference for St. John Parish tragedy, announce suspects

New developments have been released in yesterday's tragic shooting in St. John the Baptist Parish. State police held a press conference, announcing the six people charged in those shootings and their charges:

Road to recovery: Website hopes to help Bonnie Kate gain funds required for rehab

Baton Rouge-native Bonniekate Pourciau was one of those injured in the massacre during the Colorado movie theater shooting. Now, she’s back in Baton Rouge but has a long road to recovery ahead.

Powerball jackpot increases to fourth largest in history

The Powerball jackpot for the Aug. 15 drawing climbed to $320 million Tuesday, the fourth largest Powerball jackpot of all time.

Piccadilly to hold virtual food drive

Piccadilly restaurants across the southeast teamed up with Feeding America to help raise money to fight childhood hunger.

State Police find no violation of state eavesdropping laws in Saints inquiry

State Police investigators have concluded that there is no evidence to support allegations that state laws were violated by Mickey Loomis or the Saints organization following an extensive investigation into disclosures that Loomis had improperl

Several people, including officers, shot near Texas A&M

Several people, including law-enforcement officers, were shot Monday in an off-campus shooting near Texas A&M University, Officer Rhonda Seaton of the College Station Police Department said.

Country singer Randy Travis arrested on multiple charges

Country singer Randy Travis was arrested in Grayson County early Wednesday following a wreck in Tioga.

New break in 20-year-old cold case provided by DNA technology

Recent advances in technology may have given New Orleans Police detectives a solid lead in two violent cold cases. Investigators said they believe one man raped two women and killed one of them.