Saturday's Severe Storm Has Some Still Cleaning Up

The clean up continued yesterday after Saturday's severe storm that raced across the viewing area. Light poles and even traffic lights all across the area fell victim to the strong winds.

Yesterday Marked Sixty-Seven Years Since D-Day

The invasion of Europe took place during World War II. Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, France. General Dwight D. Eisenhower gave the go ahead for the largest amphibious military operation in history.

New Technology Makes It Easier To Save Money

Experts said there are a number of great mobile phone applications to help you find the best deals around. Many of the apps are free!

Kleinpeter Dairy Creates Milk App For Smartphones

Kleinpeter Dairy has created an application to help consumers find the location of the cheapest milk!

State Senator Wins $100,000 scholarship!

Senator Mike Michot was awarded the money Friday by Special Olympics Louisiana. Michot actually bought the first $100 ticket in the Scholarwise Giveaway.

Almost 14 Million Americans Now Unemployed

The May job numbers are out and they show only 54,000 jobs were added last month. That is the fewest in eight months.

McGee's Landing Is Open For Business Again

The folks at McGee's Landing in Henderson said they are thankful the flooding did not get as bad as expected and they want others to know this! The popular place to eat and go on swamp tours normally stays busy.

Wetlands Continue To Wash Away

According to the United States Geological Survey, the wetlands in Louisiana are disappearing at an alarming rate.

Minnesota Man Wants To Help Flood Victims

A Minnesota man wants to do something huge for Mississippi River flood victims! Alex Linnell is hopping on his paddle board and is going to take it down the Mississippi River.

Toyota Prius Being Recalled

The Japanese automaker is recalling 160,000 of it's most popular hybrid. The Toyota Prius could having steering problems.