The number of students taking Advanced Placement tests hit a record high last year, but the portion who fail the exams - particularly in the South - is rising as well, a USA TODAY analysis finds.
Students last year took a record 2.9 million exams
NEW ORLEANS - It appears one of the men accused of trying to tamper with Senator Mary Landrieu's office phones gave a warning about the plot.
Sources say James O'Keefe told people last week he was about to work a project in New Orleans.
LOUISIANA - The Board of Regents is ordering state universities to cut degree programs with low graduating numbers.
The Advertiser reports students already enrolled in the programs will be able to finish their degree.
ANGOLA - A prison inmate tried to escape from Angola State Penitentiary Sunday.
Roy McLaughlin made a run for it while working in the exercise yard.
Prison officials say he escaped through razor wire by using his jumpsuit and restraints.
SAN ANTONIO – Construction crews moved dirt to shore up a group of houses precariously perched on a crumbling hill in San Antonio on Monday as engineers tried to determine why the land below was shifting, causing do
Louisiana — Governor Bobby Jindal wants to make this weekend's game a little more interesting with a bet against Minnesota's Governor.
Governor Jindal wants "Who Dat" nation to head to his facebook page and help him decide what Minnesota sho
BATON ROUGE - LSU officials were celebrating the university's 150th anniversary on Tuesday.
The event highlighted the school's accomplishments over all those years.
Several alumni shared their stories from their time at LSU, but the focus turn
BATON ROUGE - More than 300 LSU instructors are expecting a letter of termination.
Some of teachers have already received there notices, others are still waiting to receive word.
The letter serves as a warning that the instructors could lose th