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LSU to increase security around Tiger Stadium this fall

Tigers fans will notice a few more people around the stadium this fall: police officers. LSU is increasing its security and changing some of the ways it keeps everyone safe.

DHH: One new case of neuroinvasive form of West Nile confirmed in Louisiana

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals is reporting one new West Nile case this week, bringing this year's total number of cases to nine. This week's new infection is a neuroinvasive disease case from Ouachita Parish.

1021st Engineering Company says their goodbyes: deploys to Kuwait

It's the last time 160 plus soldiers will set foot on us soil for nearly a year but they're ready. Some say they're even eager to get started.

Louisiana State Police cracking down on drinking and driving

Labor Day is right around the corner, and state police are starting early by targeting drunk drivers harder than ever to help save lives.

One year later, fallen deputies are remembered by community, family and friends

On the year anniversary of a deadly crime that left two deputies dead; family, friends and community members came together to remember their fallen heros.

Baby kidnapped: High-speed chase dashcam video released from Georgia deputies

A Georgia baby is back home with his mom after a scary ordeal. Authorities say a friend of the baby's mom kidnapped the boy and later led deputies on a high-speed chase, with the baby in the car.

Crowley Police warn about sightings of deadly snakes in residential areas

Officials are warning residents about a type of poisonous snake that has been spotted in several residential areas of Crowley. Officials say the snake has been spotted near a local elementary school as well.

Shrimp shortage leads to record high prices; Gulf Coast shrimpers set to benefit

You may have to skimp on the shrimp this summer.

State Bond Commission approves over $145M for local projects

The State Bond Commission approved over $145 million for projects statewide and approximately $898,000 in savings from refinancing existing public debt at its August 15 meeting, according to State Treasurer John Kennedy.

Local law enforcement, legal officials urge caution regarding Stand Your Ground laws

The George Zimmerman trial is over, but people still have a lot of questions about Stand Your Ground laws.