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Family: Cops warned accuser about pursuing rape case against Jameis Winston

The family of the woman who has accused Florida State quarterback and Heisman hopeful Jameis Winston of rape says her attorney was warned by police that Tallahassee is a "big football town" and her life could be miserable if she pursu

Recalled Port Allen Mayor's proposed budget gets nowhere

In what could be one of her final acts as mayor recalled Port Allen Mayor Deedy Slaughter presented another new budget to the city council, but her attempt to get the council to formally introduce the budget ordinance failed when the city counc

Big trucks, big personalities and a lot of mud make up Louisiana 'Mud People'

Combine big trucks, with fearless drivers, a lot of water and dirt and you get mud people. The show on the Travel Channel showcases some of our very own Louisiana natives!

Ascension Parish is asking for help from public

Ascension Parish Major Kevin Hanna is asking for the public’s help solving a rash of vehicle burglaries that have occurred over the past several months in the Geismar, Dutchtown, Darrow and Prairieville area.

Local horse rescue hopes to raise money for neglected animals

One local horse rescue organization is asking you for your support with an upcoming fundraiser. Equine Advocates of the Felicianas is hosting "Peace, Love and Horses" on December, 7th at the New Roads Arena.

Mother and daughter involved in accident; mother intoxicated

HAMMOND – Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports the arrest of 21 year old Keori Jones of Hammond, LA.

13-year-old in Lafayette hospital after being shot in abdomen

The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that left a 13-year-old boy in the hospital with a single gunshot wound. The boy was hit in the abdomen, and his injuries are not life threatening. 

GM's rare new breed: Small pickup

General Motors unveiled a rare new breed of pickup truck at the Los Angeles Auto Show: A redesigned Chevrolet Colorado

Massachusetts high school cancels football games after racial slur spraypainted on player's home

A Massachusetts high school football team canceled the rest of its season after someone scrawled a racial epithet on the home of one of its players. "Knights don't need [the n-word]," the slur read.

Serial killer Joseph Franklin executed after hours of delay

White supremacist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin was executed Wednesday morning after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected his final requests for a stay, the Missouri Department of Public Safety said.