Posted 3:42 PM 10/31/2014 by Ryan Naquin
BATON ROUGE - Politicians are being warned and getting disqualified from running for office since they owe outstanding fines for ethics violations.
In the next few weeks, the Louisiana Attorney General will mail payment demand letters to 20 politicians in an effort to collect (More)
Posted 8:23 AM 10/30/2014 by Ryan Naquin
BATON ROUGE - The money troubled USS Kidd is banking on its deep and sometimes dark history to target a broader audience.
Thursday night, the Kidd's crew will host its first official adults only Twilight Tour from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The tour will focus on the ship's more gruesome (More)
Posted 6:53 AM 10/29/2014 by Ryan Naquin
BAYOU PIGEON - A bar owner faces charges after a patron was taken to the hospital and was placed on life support following an altercation inside his bar.
Iberville Parish Sheriff's deputies said early Sunday, the woman was cut off from drinking at the Pigeon Coop bar and started fighting (More)
Posted 7:38 AM 10/28/2014 by Brittany Weiss
BATON ROUGE - The Grounds crew at Tiger Stadium had to patch holes in the field Monday following the fan celebration that took place on it Saturday night.
Dozens of holes were filled with plugs the size of dinner plates after fans dug up part of the field.
"Some kids were just (More)
Posted 7:51 AM 10/27/2014 by Chris Nakamoto
IBERVILLE PARISH- Longtime Iberville Parish Police Juror Aldrich "Tudy" Dupree passed away today at a Baton Rouge Hospital.
Family members told WBRZ, he died due to complications from surgery. Dupree was 76 years old.
Family members said he was the first African American Deputy for (More)
Posted 9:57 AM 10/24/2014 by Ryan Naquin
DENHAM SPRINGS - A fired police officer is using a picture of an officer with his eyes closed to continue his fight against the department he worked for until he was terminated.
Thursday, Denham Springs Police Chief Scott Jones confirmed the officer in the picture is sergeant Russell (More)