La. Universities To Benefit In Health Care Case
Six state higher education institutions will divide more than $2.7 million.
LSU To Begin Search For Contractors To Grow Medical Marijuana
The first crop is expected to be ready by the end of 2017.
Officer, Woman Killed; Suspect Dies After Shooting Himself
Sylvester Holt is dead after an hours-long standoff on the Crescent City Connection Bridge yesterday.
Woman Accused Of Drugging Son, 10, To Get Him To Sleep
The boy told police his mother gave him a white pill to go to sleep.
Mystery: Severed Arm Found Near Canal In New Orleans Suburb
St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff's investigators and Louisiana State Police are investigating the gory discovery.
Beauregard Sheriff Sued Over Deadly Shooting During Drug Raid
A man from Ragley was killed in his home after investigators improperly obtained a warrant to search his residence for drugs.
US Slaps Sanctions On Russia, Expels 35 Diplomats
Pres. Obama imposed sanctions on Russian officials and intelligence services in retaliation for Russia's interference in the U.S. presidential election.
Audit: $3M In State Hospital Equipment Still Not Found
A state audit says about $3 million in state-owned hospital equipment remains missing.
Report: Louisiana Has Large Wealth Gap Between Rich, Poor
Louisiana has one of the highest income inequality rates in the country.
Jurors Convict Dylann Roof In Church Slayings
A federal jury has convicted Dylann Roof in the racially motivated slayings of nine black church members in South Carolina.
Patterson Officer Stabbed While Trying To Make Arrest
A Patterson police officer has been hospitalized after he was allegedly stabbed multiple times by a shoplifting suspect.
Body Pulled From Jennings Canal Identified
Authorities have released the identity of the man whose body was found floating in a canal Wednesday near Jennings.