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WANTED: Woman accused of printing fake money out of camper in Henderson

Deputies are seeking a woman after they discovered equipment used to make counterfeit money and printed bills in her home.

NOAA predicts mixed bag of drought, flooding and warm weather for spring

NOAA issued the three-month U.S. Spring Outlook today, stating that odds favor above-average temperatures across much of the continental United States, including drought-stricken areas of Texas, the Southwest and the Great Plains.

Demand for food assistance remains high at Louisiana’s food banks

According to the Louisiana Food Bank Association, demand for emergency food assistance statewide remains high while food and financial resources for the state’s five food banks are dwindling.

LED bulbs recalled due to fire hazard

A potential fire hazard has prompted the recall of more than half a million LED light bulbs.

Search for missing New Orleans teacher suspended

In New Orleans, the search for missing teacher Terrilynn Monette has been suspended. Equusearch and the NOPD decided to suspend the search after areas covered by the Texas group yielded no results.

St. Martin Parish high-speed chase ends in Baton Rouge with arrest

LSP said they've caught a person who stole a BMW early Thursday. The suspect was caught after a high-speed chase that started in St. Martin Parish.

Former LSU football player Charles Scott found not guilty of sexual battery

After two days of testimony and arguments, a judge ruled former LSU star football player Charles Scott not guilty of sexual battery Wednesday.

Two die in Patterson house fire

Two people were killed in an overnight house fire. It happened around 1:30 a.m. in the 500 block of Martin Luther King Drive in Patterson.

Big black bears in the backyard

People living in Patterson say there is a big bear problem in their city. They're frustrated Louisiana black bears keep coming in to their yards and littering their lawns.

Political analyst predicts next Louisiana governor

A hot topic on many people's mind right now is governor Jindal.  John Maginnis says he is making a big play right now trying to change the tax code of the state, which could be part of a bigger motive taking on big issues like educatio