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Sheriff Admits Mishandeling DWI Case

The Sheriff of Tangipahoa Parish admits his office mishandled the first arrest of a man now charged with killing three Southeastern students. Jon Fairbanks is the first T.V.

AFLCIO Stimulus Protest

The Steel Workers Union and the Louisiana chapter of the AFLCIO want Bobby Jindal to take the stimulus cash. The protested at the state capitol today.

Avoiding Wrecks with 18-Wheelers

Our Morgan Rose sat down with troopers to find out how you can avoid coming into contact with 18-wheelers and their cargo. Troopers say they usually get calls about trucks with gravel hitting drivers’ windshields, but as far as cargo getting loose

Lady Tigers Get Green Bay in NCAA Opener

For the 11th straight season, the LSU women’s basketball team has punched its ticket into “March Madness” as the Lady Tigers received a number 6 seed and will play host to 11th-seeded Green Bay in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Southern Starts WNIT at New Mexico

The Southern women’s basketball team has been selected to the Women’s National Invitational Tournament, the selection committee announced Monday night. The Jaguars finished 16-13 overall and in second place in SWAC play to league and conference to

Southern Sweeps Arkansas-Pine Bluff

The Southern baseball team completed a three-game sweep of the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions Monday with a 14-2 win in the series finale.

LSU's Road to the Final Four Begins with Butler

LSU basketball fans may not like the Tigers' seed or their destination, but griping won't put any points on the board. The LSU men are the number eight seed in the south region, putting them against number 9 seed Butler.

New Truancy Rules in Iberville Schools

Ditching class is a problem in Iberville’s public schools and as our Emily Turner found out today, a new truancy policy has been put in place to make sure students stay in their seats.

New Vaccines

Cracking down on viruses, the Department of Health and Hospitals is preparing to enforce new regulations on vaccines for school-aged children.

Donaldsonville Renovation

The economy may be bringing some businesses down, but as our Lauren Unger found out, one town is hoping art will help reverse the trend. It’s been a busy few months for artist Terry Farrell, transforming an abandoned bank downtown.