'Highly sophisticated' drug tunnel found linking San Diego, Tijuana

Investigators have shut down a newly-completed, "highly sophisticated" drug tunnel running under the border between San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said.

Fire damages Port Allen apartment complex

Several families are just happy to be safe this morning after a blaze ripped through an apartment complex on Avenue A.

International HIV/AIDS activists share their experiences at Southern University

"I use my life as a cautionary tale," said HIV activist, Hydeia Broadbent. "You have to make a fundamental decision--how long you want to live or how soon you want to die," added fellow activist, Rev.

Battle to save the coast: sediment diversion debate

Fisherman in Southeast Louisiana are fighting to save the Louisiana coast line, but they say the state’s plan to fix the problem could end up costing them their livelihoods.

Jindal: In new court filing, Obama’s Department Of Justice admits incompetence

President Obama’s Department of Justice filed a new court motion yesterday, in which the department admits it is not able to immediately produce the documents at the center of the federal government’s lawsuit against Louisiana&rsquo

C.A.T.S. tax then and now

Property tax bills go out at the end of next month for residents of East Baton Rouge, and for property owners in the cities of Baton Rouge and Baker their bill will include the C.A.T.S. tax.

Louisiana State Police urge safety this halloween

Halloween is a time when excited children around the state crowd their neighborhood streets for trick-or-treating.

Baton Rouge braces for biggest Bayou Country Superfest yet

In its fifth year, the Bayou Country Superfest is expanding and bringing in some of its biggest headliners yet, including George Strait and Reba McEntire.

Baton Rouge church adopts local elementary school

A Baton Rouge church wants to help save an elementary school from getting shut down. The pastor wants to "adopt" the school.