A man convicted of killing his 12 year old stepdaughter is ready to die.
That's what the State Prison Warden told reporters Wednesday.
Gerald Bordelon will die by lethal injection Thursday. The execution will begin around 6:00 at night.
3,000 National Guardsmen from across the state are preparing for deployment to Iraq this week.
About 130 of those soldiers are from Alpha Company in New Roads.
Family and friends were with them today at the official deployment ceremony.
Tax season is here and this year many folks, especially Louisiana residents, are getting extra green for going green.
The federal government has tripled the tax credit for energy-efficient upgrades to homes.
That means if you've purchased a ener
If your child misses more than 5 days of school without an excuse, Parish officials say, you'll be hearing from them.
The crackdown on truancy in Baton Rouge officially started last week.
The district attorney's office issued 3 tickets to paren
Two separate car accidents injured three Central teenagers in December.
Now—the entire community is getting together to show their support.
18-year-old Kelsey Lieux was in a car wreck 3 weeks ago.
She's been in a medically induced coma
A new state law that raises the requirement for minimum coverage went into effect on January 1st.
Before 2010, drivers needed at least 10-20-10 coverage on their auto insurance.
Those numbers deal with the amount the insurance companies will pa
Louisiana is ringing in the New Year with several new laws including one that gives diners the right to know where their crawfish is coming from.
If asked restaurants are now required to tell their customers whether their mudbugs are homegrown or im
This cold blast has animal experts telling folks to keep an extra eye on their pets.
Cats and dogs are both equally prone to frostbite in this weather.
Animal experts say it's important to bring your pets inside.