Head football coach of the LSU Tigers Les Miles joins J&R to talk some football. Miles talks about Johnny Manziel and if he’s the best player in college football. Miles also talks about the college […]
A federal judge on Friday gave state and federal lawyers 60 days to come up with a process by which the U.S. Justice Department can assure that Louisiana’s private school tuition voucher program does not contribute to segregation of schools.
Vance McAllister, a political newcomer with the backing of the popular “Duck Dynasty” TV family, is Louisiana’s newest member of Congress.
State leaders haven’t done enough to aggressively pursue food stamp recipients who overspent their balance when the electronic food stamp service was down last month, U.S. Sen. David Vitter said Monday.
A Filipino worker who was severely burned in a deadly explosion on an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico last year is suing the platform’s owner and operator.
Outbreaks are worse in Texas, where nearly 2,900 cases have been reported, and Arkansas, where numbers are double those of a year ago.
It appears Louisiana Walmarts will be on the hook for the bill after a temporary glitch in the EBT system caused the cards to be limitless.
A truck stop owner who has a tiger at his business says he will continue to fight to keep his big cat, despite losing a court challenge.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tropical Storm Karen was poised to become the first named storm to hit the U.S. during what had been a relatively quiet hurricane season. Karen was forecast to lash the northern Gulf […]
A 71-year-old Louisiana prisoner who spent 41 years in solitary confinement and is now dying of cancer was released late Tuesday from prison, his attorneys said.