Body found under house

Eunice— Police found the body of Duan Andrus Sunday afternoon rotting underneath a house on East Vine Street. The body was found under Cory Hannon's house when a foul smell became noticeable Friday and very strong Sunday. Police do not su

USS New York Makes Trip From New Orleans to N.Y.

The USS New York is heading to its namesake city on its maiden voyage Tuesday morning.

Snowe Backs Health Bill

URGENT: Olympia Snowe becomes lone Republican to support health reform bill, virtually assuring its passage

Plan B for Iran? U.S. Speeds Delivery of Bunker-Buster

Pentagon officials acknowledge the largest non-atomic bomb is intended to blow up nuke sites like those in Iran• U.S., Russia Positions on Iran Nukes 'Coincide'

Sharpton, Jackson Attack Limbaugh's Rams Bid

The Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson attacked the bid by Rush Limbaugh to buy the St. Louis Rams on Monday, saying the conservative radio host's track record on race should exclude him from owning an NFL team.

Florida to Seek Death for 4 in Murder of Couple

Prosecutors said Monday they will seek the death penalty for four of eight people charged in the killings of a Panhandle couple known for adopting children with autism, Down syndrome and other special needs.

Cajuns win a thriller

LAFAYETTE— The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin Cajuns defeated North Texas 38 to 34 on Saturday. The Cajuns are now 1-0 in the sun belt conference and 3-2 on the season. The Cajuns rallied from 10 points down in the fourth quar

Plane crash in Pineville

PINEVILLE— Two single engine Cessna planes collided in the air Saturday, killing two and injuring two others. The accident happened near Pineville Regional Airport during the "Fall Fly in", a socical event for reacreational pilots. Federal inve

British Government to Sell Assets to Help Pay Off Debt

In a bold effort to help pay down government debt, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced a major sale of state and public assets on Monday, Times of London reported.

Scout, 6, Suspended for Bringing Camping Utensil to School

Zachary Christie was so excited to become a Cub Scout that he brought his camping utensil — a knife-fork-spoon combination tool — to school. Now he's suspended.