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Deputies recover $1.4M worth of synthetic marijuana during traffic stop on I-10

Deputies from Iberville and West Baton Rouge Parish recovered $1.4 million of synthetic marijuana during a traffic stop on I-10. Officials say this is the largest synthetic drug bust in the state’s history.

Clinton curfew lifts just days after town officials gets sued

Just a few days ago Clinton resident Tommy Mead filed a lawsuit against the town, the mayor and police chief. Now for the first time in weeks he said he is free to come and go as he likes from his house in Clinton.

LSP: Fatal crash involving motorcycle on Hwy 22 in Livingston Parish

A St. Amant man is dead after hitting another vehicle while driving a motorcycle.

Massive barn fire kills 19 race horses in Bossier City

Nineteen horses died in a fire at a large barn near Harrah’s Louisiana Downs in Haughton just before 6:00 p.m. on August 1.

Students say they're looking forward to their futures; 2013 Project M.A.P.S.

Students said they're prepared their futures. Over 100 students from the Project M.A.P.S. program are getting ready for the next steps in their lives.

General Dynamics to fill up to 600 positions in the Bogalusa area

The Louisiana Workforce Commission is holding a two-day recruiting event for General Dynamics, which seeks to hire up to 600 people for a call center in Bogalusa.

New funding to aid struggling Louisiana schools

18,000 students will get a new school experience thanks to a brand-new funding program. State superintendent John White announced the first recipients of Believe and Succeed grants.

Obamacare battle heads to states

If August 2013 is starting to shape up like August 2009 - that steamy month of angry town halls fueled by the then-burgeoning tea party movement - it's because the Affordable Care Act remains in the crosshairs for conservatives, whose commi

RECALL: Misbranding of frozen chicken meals could impact those with allergies

Traditions, a Pearl, Miss., establishment, is recalling 2,486 pounds of frozen chicken meals because of misbranding and an undeclared allergen, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced today.

Hundreds of newly-passed laws take effect in Louisiana

The next time you drive your car, bake a cake, or buy a gun, be aware of new laws that took effect Thursday. Nearly 250 of them took effect August 1 after making their way through the state legislature earlier this year.