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Researchers attempt to de-bunk common crawfish myths

For many in South Louisiana, the crawfish boil is an art, passed down for generations.

Making a change: local pastor wants to help lower Louisiana's incarceration rate

Louisiana has more people in jail, per capita, than any in any other state, but a local pastor is trying to change that.

Cox Communications cutting work force in Louisiana

Cox is making changes to the way the company operates in order to improve customer experience.

Cox Communications cutting work force in Louisiana

Cox is making changes to the way the company operates in order to improve customer experience.

NFL great Ray Lewis to headline LSU football coaches clinic

Former NFL great and current ESPN analyst Ray Lewis will be the headline speaker at this year’s LSU Football Coaches Clinic, which will be held at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center on March 27-29, head coach Les Miles announced on Wednesd

Lawmakers discuss hot topics with voters ahead of legislative session

As the 2014 legislative session draws closer, local lawmakers are making sure everyone knows about the big issues.

UL-Lafayette wins rain-shortened game over top-ranked LSU

Top-ranked LSU dropped a 4-1 decision to No. 10 Louisiana-Lafayette Tuesday night in a game that was stopped in the top of the sixth inning due to inclement weather at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

Water lingers on lawns near Amite River

People along the Amite River are watching the water levels closely. Wet weather caused the water levels to rise and creep closer to their property.

LOGA law suit against AG delayed: LOGA president's health at risk

The historic lawsuit filed back in July against 97 oil, gas and pipeline companies is awaiting the decision of a federal judge. But now a lawsuit filed by the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association in response is causing some controversy.

Representatives set to spar over another controversial anti-abortion bill

A newly proposed bill by Republican representative Frank Hoffman is looking to push anyone with a link to abortion providers from teaching in Louisiana classrooms.