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.
Funeral Arrangements Set for Coach Tony Robichaux
Funeral arrangements have been made for UL Head Baseball coach who died Wednesday at 57.
[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.
Liking your partner’s dog leads to happily ever after according to study
Do you think that a dog can have this much influence on a relationship?
Actor John Krasinski Offers Words of Wisdom to Young Graduates
"Remember, before you do something special, just do something." These were some of the many words of wisdom shared by Actor and Director John Krasinski during the Baccalaureate address he gave before the 2019 undergraduate class at Brown University today.
After 70 Years, a Lafayette Woman Meets her Mother
Most people use it as a fun conversation starter or for those who are genuinely interested in their heritage. But for one Lafayette woman, the results changed her life.
[WATCH] Little Girl Has Unique Fashion Choices at Bedtime
2-year-olds have very unique fashion choices.
State of Emergency Declared Following Damage in Ruston
Governor John Bel Edwards has declared a state of emergency following the severe weather in North Louisiana that resulted in the death of at least two people Thursday morning.
Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser Grants Crawfish Pardon
Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser, along with the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board, granted an official pardon to Clyde the Crawfish during the Third Annual Pardoning of the Crawfish event this afternoon in front of Cypress Lake on UL's campus.