Two New Orleans police officers shot

New Orleans had two officers down near City Park. Both officers had to have emergency surgery. One of the men accused of shooting at them was shot and killed  

Cyclist arrested for opening fire on police officer

It was an especially dangerous day for Louisiana Police officers. In Baton Rouge 41-year-old Michael Anthony Joseph arrested for allegedly opening fire on a cop!

Bobby Jindal pushing education reform

Governor Bobby Jindal in town today pushing his education reform agenda He says right now re-vamping education is his top priority.

Ragin' Cajuns baseball team on 4-0 winning streak

The Univeristy of Louisiana's baseball and softball programs are red hot. U-L baseball has won four in a row. Coach Tony Robichaux got win number 4 in a row last night against Alcorn state at home.

Louisiana native scores big on American Idol

American Idol on Fox 15 is hot. You may have noticed last night - Westlake, Louisiana native Joshua Ledet (Le-det) got a standing ovation from the judges. Tonight the girls hit the stage.

Three teens arrested for robbery in New Iberia

Iberia parish sheriff's deputies have arrested an adult - and three teens for robbing a New Iberia home owner. Two of the people arrested are "juveniles".

Lafayette Child Abduction Foiled

Just before 8 this morning Lafayete police rushed to the intersection of Pearl Street and Jolivet Street where someone tried to abduct a child.

Drug testing for welfare recipients In Louisiana up for discussion again

State Representative Sherman Mack from Livingston Parish has pre-filed a bill that would allow for random drug testing of people receiving state aid. Mack says it's a privilege to receive state funds.

UL Men's Tennis team to take on number 7 ranked Kentucky

And if you have been paying attention to the UL tennis teams they are halfway through the season and have been doing well on the court.

UL Hall of Fame receives statue of Blackjack Landry

A former equipment manager for UL Lafayette's football team gets his own statue. It is to honor Blackjack Landry all he did over four decades for the University before he passed in 1998.