Local News

Livingston Parish Brawl

A neighborhood in Tangipahoa Parish erupts into chaos as a fight involving more than 20 people leaves one person dead and several injured.

Tree Crashes through Home

One family in the Southdowns area says last night’s storms caused more damage to their house than Hurricane Gustav. Around 1:00 this morning Robbie McHardy and her son woke up to a crash. A tree fell through the ceiling right above her bed.

Cleanup After Severe Weather

Severe weather rushed through our area overnight. The storm system downed trees, knocked out electricity, and backed up traffic across the Capitol City. Our Jon Fairbanks headed to the Corporate Blvd.

Tigers Crush Crimson, 10-2

Freshman Mikie Mahtook homered twice and second baseman Ryan Schimpf had four hits to lead second-ranked LSU to a 10-2 victory over Harvard Wednesday night at Alex Box Stadium. The Tigers (19-5) racked up 13 hits en route to completing the two-gam

Livonia Manhunt

The driver of a suspected “rolling meth lab” escaped after a struggle with authorities in Pointe Coupee Parish and then an all-out manhunt began overnight.

Man Shot in His Home

A Baton Rouge man is dead after being shot through the walls of his house. Police and his neighbors say Jerome Boston was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Fishing Forecast

It’s a big pastime in Louisiana but some bad weather could put “the catch” in jeopardy. Fishing is more than a pastime in Louisiana, for many it’s a passion.

Final Four Streak Ends: LSU Women Lose to Louisville

The sixth-seed LSU women's basketball team gave third-seed Louisville all it could handle on Tuesday night in the Maravich Center, but the Cardinals duo of Angel McCoughtry and Candyce Bingham was enough to get the Cardinals to the Sweet 16, 62-52.

Tigers Barely Hold Off Harvard, 4-3

Senior Buzzy Haydel tied a career high with three hits, and freshman Tyler Hanover drove in two runs Tuesday to lead LSU past Harvard, 4-3, in Alex Box Stadium. The Tigers improved to 18-5 on the year with the victory in the first-ever meeting bet

Jags Pound Privateers, 18-3

Southern scored 12 runs in the first three innings to cruise to an easy 18-3 win at New Orleans on Tuesday evening at Maestri Field. Brad McDavid and James Armstrong combined for eight hits and 12 RBIs, as the Jaguars (11-7) won for the eighth tim