1 Officer Fired, 1 Suspended In Alton Sterling's Deadly ShootingA Louisiana police chief said Friday he has fired the white officer who fatally shot a black man during a struggle outside a convenience store nearly two years ago, a killing that set off widespread protests.
Woman Dies Of Flesh-Eating Infection After Eating Raw OystersA woman's crabbing trip in Louisiana turned tragic after she died from a flesh-eating bacterial infection health officials say came from eating raw oysters.
MUST SEE: Teen's Celebration After Being Accepted To HarvardThe teen's acceptance celebration has become an instant hit online, with over 240,000 views on YouTube since it was posted on Dec. 13.
Hurricane Nate Approaching Mouth Of Mississippi RiverThe center of Hurricane Nate is approaching the Mississippi River as tropical storm conditions spread onshore in southeastern Louisiana.
Judge: Black Lives Matter Is A Movement That Can't Be SuedA federal judge has ruled that Black Lives Matter is a social movement that can't be sued over an officer's injuries sustained during a protest in Baton Rouge last year.
Louisiana Braces For Harvey's Wrath 12 Years After KatrinaSouthwest Louisiana balanced on a knife's edge Tuesday as Tropical Storm Harvey threatened to inundate the region with potentially disastrous flooding 12 years after Hurricane Katrina made landfall in the state.
Tornadoes Touch Down, Wreak Havoc In Southern LouisianaTornadoes touched down in parts of southern Louisiana Tuesday, destroying houses and downing power lines.
Louisiana Lawmakers: FEMA Too Slow To Set Up Homes After FloodingLouisiana lawmakers say FEMA's pace to set up mobile homes after catastrophic flooding has been too slow - saying it has moved only one manufactured housing unit into a yard nearly three weeks later.
Obama Vows Support For Louisiana After 'Cameras Leave'Amid debris, President Barack Obama vowed to have a sustained national effort to rebuild the flood-ravaged section of southern Louisiana "even after the TV cameras leave."
More Than 1K Rescued In Louisiana Floods; Death Toll RisingNational Guard soldiers and other officials in boats and helicopters plucked more than 1,000 people from their homes and cars as "unprecedented, historic" flooding swamped Louisiana, the governor said Saturday, warning that the slow-moving storm would dump even more rain and cause further problems.
Florida Gov. Big Easy Bound As He Bashes Louisiana GovernorFlorida Governor Rick Scott is headed to Louisiana as part of his latest job recruitment effort.
Gov. Scott To Go Hunting For Jobs In LouisianaGov. Rick Scott intends to wade into Louisiana as he expands his search for business owners who want to relocate to Florida.