Jul 21, 2014 - 10:05pm

State education leaders are defending themselves against another attack on Common Core.

Monday, a group of Louisiana legislators filed a lawsuit to stop those standards from entering the classroom.

Locals are weighing in tonight on a "fairness" ordinance that's heading to a metro council vote on Wednesday.

The New Orleans Police Department arrested Seabon Gibson, 75, for the fatal stabbing of his long-time, live-in girlfriend early Sunday morning in Treme.

New residents in Louisiana will qualify for purchasing resident recreational hunting and fishing licenses after six months in state, once Act 429 becomes effective on Aug. 1, 2014.

Most of the big vinyl album stores like Tower and Virgin Records are long gone. In Acadiana, the much loved Raccoon Records shut it's doors back in 2004. But now, record sales are increasing again.

Jaris "Jarvis" Howard was arrested and charged with second degree murder after allegedly shooting and killing his wife Monday morning. 

The Better Business Bureau of Acadiana is alerting the public to a company that has multiple complaints alleging they received paid orders for uniforms, but delivered nothing more than broken promises.

Terrorism, shootings, international unrest...the world is full of turmoil right now and for some, that's a lot of pressure to handle.

– Andy Cannizaro, a New York Yankees scout for the past five years and a former MLB infielder, has been hired as the recruiting coordinator and hitting coach for the LSU baseball program, coach Paul Mainieri announced Monday.