Statewide News

Failure To Report Sex Crime Could Become Felony

Failing to report the sexual abuse of a child will be a felony if the Louisiana Legislature passes a bill it's considering now. Right now failure to report is a misdemeanor.  

Louisiana Primary To Be Held On Saturday

The Louisiana primary is tomorrow.

Department of Insurance May Have Unclaimed Property For You That You Don’t Know About

You may have some unclaimed property with the Department of Insurance. Here's the agency's commissioner Jim Donelon to tell you how you might qualify to get your hands on it.

PGA And Louisiana Open Officials Receive Contract Extension

    PGA and Louisiana Open officials have announced a contract extension.

Red Cross Continues Helping South Louisiana Flood Victims

The Red Cross is continuing to help out people in the more than 12 hundred homes affected by severe flooding in South Louisiana.

Republicans Worrying About Impact Of Fight For Party Presidential Nomination On GOP

The Louisiana Primary is next Tuesday and some Republicans say the long fight for their party's presidential nomination could weaken the GOP helping President Obama win a second term.

Massive One Day School Closing To Hit Louisiana Tomorrow Due To Planned Teacher Protest

Several school systems across the state are cancelling classes tomorrow because many Louisiana teachers will be protesting Governor Jindal's education proposal at the State Capitol.

Louisiana Legislative Session Now Underway

Louisiana's 2012 legislative session is now underway.

Residents Of Ossun Rocked With Worst Flooding In Recent Times

Residents north of Interstate-ten just off highway 93 in the Ossun area say the rain brought the worst flooding they've ever seen.

South Louisiana Gets Rocked With Wicked Weather

South Louisiana was rocked with some wicked weather today. But it was Lafayette Parish that got the worst of it.