Former Louisiana Sheriff Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Incest
Former St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain faces state charges that he raped underage boys and committed acts of incest — allegations dating back to the 1970s.
Governor Talks Superdome Renovation, New Saints Lease
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards says the state is working on lease extensions with the New Orleans Saints designed to keep the NFL club in the Superdome for up to 30 additional years.
Simone Biles Makes History With Never Before Seen Dismount
The competition isn't the judges. Or the rest of the field. Simone Biles conquered all of them long ago.
Saints Want No More Lawsuit On The Playoff’s ‘NOLA no-call’
They were badly burned by the "Nola no-call," but the New Orleans Saints have joined the NFL in opposing a fan's lawsuit seeking damages over the missed penalty that helped the Los Angeles Rams beat the Saints in a January playoff game and move on to the Super Bowl.
As Death Count Rises In 2 US Shootings, A Familiar Aftermath
Anguished families planned funerals in two U.S. cities, shocked communities built makeshift memorials to 31 victims, politicians pointed fingers and a nation numbed by gun violence wondered Monday what might come next.
Louisiana Medical Marijuana Could Reach Pharmacies Next Week
Louisiana's first medical marijuana products are one step away from pharmacies, with final testing planned for this week.
Three Dead After California Shooting
The gunman was killed by police.
2 Former LSU Students Sentenced In Pledge’s Death
State District Judge Beau Higginbotham on Friday sentenced 22-year-old Sean-Paul Gott, of Lafayette, and 20-year-old Ryan Matthew Isto, of Butte, Montana, each to 30 days in jail.
Judge Marilyn Castle Rules Lawyer Was In Contempt Over Recording
Court logs show a state district court judge ordered a man's mouth be taped shut for repeatedly interrupting proceedings.
Equifax To Pay Up To $700M In Data Breach Settlement
Equifax has agreed to pay $700 million, potentially more, to settle with the federal authorities and states over its 2017 data breach that exposed the Social Security numbers and other private information of nearly 150 million people, roughly half of the U.S. population.