Statewide News

Cajun Hollywood Part 2

What do Samuel L. Jackson, Patrick Dempsey, and Ashley Judd all have in common? They’ve each filmed a move here in Baton Rouge, within the last year.

Why Louisiana has become the Cajun Hollywood

While many businesses are struggling because of the Crisis on the Coast, one industry is booming. That's the film industry.

LSU Standout Chad Jones in Critical Condition

BATON ROUGE (KADN) -- Former LSU standout Chad Jones is listed in critical condition after an early morning car crash on Carrollton Avenue in New Orleans around 5 Friday Morning.

Hurricane Season Starts

BATON ROUGE (June 1, 2010) - Today is the first day of hurricane season and the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) is encouraging everyone to be ready.

BP Announces Launch of State-specific Response Web Sites

MOBILE, AL - BP announced the availability of four informational Web sites designed to offer state-specific oil spill information to residents of communities affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

Experts look to cap leak after top kill failure

With the top kill method unsuccessful, experts work on their newest attempts to plug the leak. The procedure involves cutting off part of the busted pipe, then lowering a cap onto the leak.

New abortion requirement passes state Senate

The state Senate signed off on a new abortion requirement. Under the proposed bill, women will have to get an ultrasound before having the procedure.

State Representatives don't move forward with cell phone bill

BATON ROUGE — State Representatives decided to not go forward with a bill involving driving with cell phones. The Legislation would have allowed police to pull over people using a hand-held cell phone while driving. The bill could come up

Shrimpers fear upcoming shrimp season

The oil spill could mean a big disaster for the shrimping season in Louisiana. Many fishers like Rickey and Charlie Robin are preparing for an unpredictable season.

Lawsuit filed in oil rig explosion

NEW ORLEANS -A lawsuit has been filed in the recent oil rig explosion. The suit was made on behalf of Shane Roshto, who is one of the workers still missing. It names two companies, Trans-Ocean and BP as defendants. The suit claims the compan