Gonzales man killed in Ascension Parish fatal crash

This morning shortly before 1:00 a.m., Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop A began investigating a single vehicle fatal crash that occurred on LA Hwy 941 south of LA Hwy 30 in Ascension Parish. The crash took the life of Benjamin J.

International Women’s Day: Should women’s pay in Louisiana be a continued issue for concern?

March 8 is International Women’s Day, which will draw millions across the globe to celebrate advancements as well as the remaining challenges women face today.

Graphic Content: Man suing ex-girlfriend over alleged stolen sperm

A man from Sulphur is suing his ex-girlfriend in Texas. The reason? He claims that she became pregnant after inseminating herself with his sperm that she allegedly took from a sperm bank without his consent.

UPDATE: LPSO locates body of missing man in St. James Parish

The Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that the body of a missing man was located yesterday.

Operation Prescribed Justice cleans up streets of Iberville Parish

Operation Prescribed Justice, an eight-month investigation that was supposed to end back in October 2012, has finally come to an end.

LSU Union parking lot opens today

Parking at LSU got a little easier today. The new LSU Union Square parking garage opens an additional 750 spots on campus on Raphael Semmes Road.

Hundreds ready to be inspired by TEDxLSU this weekend

Baton Rouge has talked for a long time about change, but there are many ways to go about it. Twenty five of those ways will be on display Saturday, when LSU hosts a TEDx conference.

Two Louisiana cities named among the ‘klutziest’ in America

The residents of two major cities in Louisiana have major issues with a common problem: dropping their cellphones.

Air Force Academy's Wild Blue Country to play free concert on March 9 in Hammond

 A band that represents the Air Force Academy, Wild Blue Country, made a special visit to the Fox 44 studio today to give us a sneak peak of their performance in Hammond on March 9.

Former police chief's appeal hearing set for May

It'll be two months before former Baton Rouge Police Chief Dewayne White will get to appeal his firing. White's appeal hearing is set for May 13-15. Mayor Kip Holden fired White last month after a heated public meeting.