GONZALES - A woman filed a police report claiming Gonzales City Councilman Tim Vessel was stealing utilities from neighbors to power his storage shed where she lived for nearly a year.
In a Gonzales Police report obtained by News 2, Debra Williams gave detectives copies of monthly rent receipts... more »
BATON ROUGE - Vickie Sweet came to talk about healthy weight week and Medifast.
The company helps guide people wanting to live a healthy life style and lose weight.
Visit their website for more information.
BATON ROUGE- Water is shut off at Brandywine Apartments, after the owner failed to pay more than $109,000 in back payments for sewage services.
Dr. Stephen Ayers was given a month to pay in full and residents were given a months notice before the shut off.
"I worked... more »
BATON ROUGE - Louisiana's four living former governors traded stories about their combined 30 years in the state's top leadership post, defended their performances and offered suggestions at a rare public gathering together. Former Govs. Edwin Edwards, Buddy Roemer, Mike Foster and Kathleen Blanco spoke Wednesday to a packed house... more »
BATON ROUGE - St. George Catholic School participated in a living rosary this morning.
The school's 5th grade class held green and white balloons in the shape of a rosary and released them into the air when they were done. more »
Louisiana Family Forum (LFF) is celebrating Norman and Norma Burmah, of Marksville, La., for their spectacular 81 years of marriage and recognizes them as the 2012 Louisiana's Longest ‘Known' Married Couple!
LFF celebrates life-long marriage and strong, healthy families.
Louisiana's Longest Married is an opportunity to honor couples... more »
Astronaut Richard R. Arnold II is giving Preservation Hall a copy of a CD that orbited the earth 202 times after being recorded at the living jazz museum. Arnold says that while he was working at the International Space Station in March 2009, he spent much of his time off... more »