Update: Missing Vernon Parish Toddler Found Dead
The girl's 33-year-old baby sitter, Rodney Bailey Jr. is the lead suspect in the case.
‘Raise the Age’ Bill Passes Senate With Strong Support
Gov. John Bel Edwards supports the proposal saying treating 17-year-old offenders as adults "is costing our state too much money."
Gas Prices Jump By 8 Cents Over Past 2 Weeks, Averages $2.18
Louisiana is still home to some of the cheapest fuel in the nation right now.
Barksdale B-52s Land In Qatar To Fight ISIS
The B-52 "Stratofortresses" arrived at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar Saturday to fight the Islamic State group.
Oops: Lawmakers Strip Sales Tax Breaks From Saints, Pelicans
Lawmakers accidentally stripped sales tax exemptions from the Saints and Pelicans in the closing hours of the recent special legislative session.
Crews Laying Fiber-Optic Cable Along I-10 For Miss. Traffic System
The Intelligent Traffic System will link 92 video cameras, 40 advisory boards and sensors that detect vehicle motion and nine overhead electronic message boards.
Sheriff: Off-Duty Trooper Wounds Man After Break-In
An off-duty state police detective shot and wounded a man who allegedly broke into his unmarked car and then threatened to shoot him.
Unclaimed Mega Millions Prize Set To Expire May 1
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A $25,000 Louisiana Lottery Mega Millions prize won for the Nov. 3, 2015, drawing is close to expiring. Lottery officials say the winning ticket was purchased at PR Interstate Fuel on Highway 1090 in Pearl River and is set to expire at 5 p...
FEMA Urges Flood Victims Not To Wait To Begin Repairs
Those with flooded property should take photographs of any damage and keep receipts for any repair work done.
Ex-Priest Gets 2 Life Terms, Plus 50 Years, For Sex Abuse
The sentence was handed down for abuse that occurred during the late 80s thru the early 90s.
State Police Instituting New Auto Insurance Monitoring System
Police across the state will soon be able to monitor lapses in auto insurance.
Appellate Court Rules Against Abortion Clinics In Louisiana
On Wednesday, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals blocked a federal judge's ruling that a certain Louisiana was deemed unconstitutional.