Judge rejects possible ‘do-over’ of Rams-Saints playoff game
A quest by two New Orleans Saints ticket holders to force a full or partial do-over of this year's NFC championship game because of a blown "no-call" by game officials was rejected Thursday by a federal judge.
Louisiana governor declares emergency amid flooding concerns
Louisiana is under a state of emergency amid concerns about high river levels caused by increased rain over the last few weeks.
What Did The President Say To The People?
The President suggested that his proposal to build the wall from steel, rather than concrete, was a concession to Democrats.
5 children heading to Disney killed in fiery Florida crash
Five children heading to Disney World in a church van from Louisiana died along with two truck drivers in a fiery crash on Interstate 75 in north Florida, the Florida Highway Patrol said Friday.
Ralph Abraham To Run For Governor
Abraham made the announcement Thursday.
Mexico to up border security after migrants try to cross
Mexico looked set to shore up security near its border with the United States on Monday, as police lined up outside a shelter in the city of Tijuana and told Central American migrants they couldn't walk toward the border area.
Louisiana expects 1 lane in each direction soon on bridge
The transportation department in Louisiana says it hopes to have one lane open in each direction on a bridge damaged by a barge collision earlier this year.
Judge: Ejecting teacher from school board meeting broke law
A judge says a school board violated Louisiana's open-meetings law by ejecting a teacher who spoke out against giving the superintendent a $30,000 raise.
New Orleans council to fine Entergy $5M for phony supporters
The New Orleans City Council is considering imposing a $5 million fine on Entergy after it was discovered paid actors spoke on behalf of a new power plant in the eastern part of the city.
Man in custody in bomb case is Cesar Sayoc, 56
Federal authorities have detained a person in connection with the mail-bomb scare that widened to 12 suspicious packages, a Justice Department official said Friday.