[PICS] Hurricane Hunter Captures Eerie Pic Of The Eye Of Hurricane Dorian
Hurricane Hunter Garrett Black, alongside his team Jordan Sun and Hunter McAlister, share an eerie pic of the eye of Hurricane Dorian.
Student Loans to be Forgiven for Totally and Permanently Disabled Veterans
In a Presidential memorandum signed this afternoon, President Donald Trump moved to eliminate unnecessary paperwork burdens and ensure that all eligible disabled veterans can receive automatic discharges.
6 Wounded After Shooting at A Public Park in Chicago
Breaking overnight, a gunman opened fire into a crowd of people on Chicago’s west side, leaving six people wounded early Sunday morning.
No New Tropical Developments Expected Over the Next Five Days
There is no need to panic. At least for the next week.
Capital One Data Breach Could Affect Over 100 Million Consumers
Following the major data breach involving Capital One, Attorney General Jeff Landry is offering consumer tips to those potentially impacted in Louisiana.
Mike the Tiger Sitting High and Dry During Hurricane Barry
LSU's Mike the Tiger enjoys a nap amidst the chaos of Hurricane Barry.
Alligator Makes Appearance During Hurricane Barry [VIDEO]
Seems like the gator did not want to play.
Voluntary Evacuation Issued For Acadia Parish
The Acadia Parish Sherriff's Office has issued a voluntary evacuation for residents residing south of Highway 92 (southern Acadia Parish) in low lying areas.
Protests Against Waitr Planned for Sunday
Voices will be heard across Acadiana Sunday after at least 20 restaurant owners plan to protest Waitr's new "performance-based rate structure."
[UPDATE] Head Coach Tony Robichaux in Critical Condition
A statement has been released by UL Athletics giving an update on head baseball coach Tony Robichaux’s condition following his recent heart attack.
7 Injured in Shooting at Bar in Baton Rouge
WAFB in Baton Rouge is reporting that seven people have been injured following a shooting early Saturday morning at a night club on Florida Boulevard.
Man Charged with Church Fires Charged with Federal Hate Crimes
Opelousas native Holden James was charged by a federal grand jury in an indictment unsealed today for setting fire to and destroying three churches in St. Landry Parish.