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Mayor: Gonzales budget stalemate like a game of chicken

The mayor of Gonzales is warning residents that the city could shut down in a few weeks if he and the council do not agree on a budget.

Students react to smoke free campus at LSU

"We tailgate too hard over here, good luck though" That sentiment is shared by many students on how LSU is going to be able to enforce the no smoking rule during the football season.

Gonzales PD arrest 2 men for stealing over $1,400 with gas card

Two Gonzales men are now facing theft charges after stealing over $1,400 with a company gas credit card.

BR psychiatrist gets 7 years in prison for $258M Medicare fraud scheme

A Louisiana psychiatrist was sentenced in federal court in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, today to serve 86 months in prison for his role in a $258.5 million Medicare fraud scheme involving partial hospitalization psychiatric services.

AZ: New tool a success in brain tumor surgery

Phoenix, AZ (KTVK) -- It is the kind of story that makes you stop and think, "How is that possible?" Just hours after a man had brain surgery, he shared his story with us.

TX: School warns its teachers have guns

The Argyle, Texas Independent School district is putting everyone on notice that some staff members are carrying guns. The district voted in favor of school marshals back in January.

73-year-old man dies during car crash in Point Coupee Parish

Shortly before 9:30 am on August 24, 2014, Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop A began investigating a two vehicle fatal crash that occurred on LA Hwy 415 at LA Hwy 981 in Pointe Coupee Parish.

Hackers attack Sony PlayStation Network

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- A group of hackers calling themselves "Lizard Squad" has taken down several popular online video game networks and possibly diverted an American Airlines jet carrying a Sony executive.

Ebola contacts in Africa go missing

(CNN) -- Earlier this summer, Kelsey Mirkovic, a disease detective with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, entered a hut with her team in Gueckedou, Guinea, to speak with a man who had Ebola.

Electrical short causes house fire on Wisteria Street

A house is now in need of repairs being seriously damaged by an electrical fire. The fire started around 8:41 p.m. on August 24, 2014, at house in the 1700 block of Wisteria Street.