Five high school graduates from around the Acadiana area received the Glenn Armentor Pay it Forward scholarship today. The scholarship is a full-ride to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. This scholarship focuses on at-risk s
The residents of Lake Peigneur are fired up as ever after the bill, SB200, to stop the permitting process of AGL Resources in Lake Peignuer was denied by a mere two votes last night. AGL Resources began their quest to create additional ca
A Scott man has been arrested on drug and battery charges after providing a false name at a crime scene.
On May 21 at 7:56 p.m., Scott Police Officers were investigating a reported shoplifting at a Family Dollar.
In honor of the American Cancer Society’s 100th Birthday, Governor Bobby Jindal officially proclaimed May 22 as “American Cancer Society Day” and urges all residents of Louisiana to join together to finish the fight against ca
Louisiana has a shortage of ladies holding office in the state legislature, that's according to the Louisiana Legislative Women's Caucus. They say women bring a fresh perspective to public policy, and the state needs their help.
Bill banning smoking on all Louisiana college campuses may become law.
Universities across the state could soon be putting stronger smoke-free policies in place if a proposed law passes through the legislature.