Statewide News

In cold water: Texas grandfather dumps ALS ice bucket on 10-month-old

It's been the splash of social media for weeks, the ALS ice bucket challenge. However, some say a grandfather must have been out of his mind when he poured freezing cold water on his 10-month-old grandbaby.

Halliburton agrees to $1.1 Billion settlement after BP Oil Spill

Tuesday morning, Halliburton announced it reached an agreement to settle a majority of class claims against it following the massive oil spill on April 20, 2010 at the Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico that devastated the Louisiana Gulf Coast.

Mom wanted by LPSO after child gets broken jaw at party

If you know where Brandi Comeaux is, Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Investigators want to talk with you as soon as possible. 

Woman uses 'bus stop prayer' to transform violent NOLA area neighborhood

They call her Ms. Angel, she prays at bus stops. Why bus stops? Bus stops are where she didn't get the support she needed, without guidance she succumbed to drugs and alcohol.

Controversial ad pushes 'Death Row Jesus'

A new advertising campaign may make you look twice. "Death Row Jesus" will hit American cities Wednesday.

School plaque referencing God removed from Texas school

Mountain Peak Elementary School is in the spotlight for a dedication plaque on campus.

LA AG arrests Terrytown man for possessing, distributing child pornography

A Terrytown man has been charged with six counts of possessing and two counts of distributing pornography involving juveniles, announced Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.

Welcome to Louisiana: American Idol judges gush about the bayou state

American Idol season 14 doesn't air until the beginning of the new year, but filming is well underway! Danielle Grossman was at the last day of auditions for the popular tv singing show in New Orleans.

Jindal suing Feds over Common Core

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal filed suit in federal court arguing President Obama’s U.S. Department of Education has violated the Tenth Amendment to the U.S.

ExxonMobil to pay $1.4M penalty for 2012 Torbert oil spill

ExxonMobil Pipeline Company (ExxonMobil) has agreed to pay a civil penalty for an alleged violation of the Clean Water Act stemming from a 2012 crude oil spill from ExxonMobil’s “North Line” pipeline near Torbert, Louisiana, the Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today.