House Republican Whip Steve Scalise announced Monday, Feb. 10 that the US Army Corps of Engineers 2020 Work Plan includes funding for infrastructure projects in Louisiana, including $85 million to deepen the Mississippi River to 50 feet.
Holden Matthews pleaded guilty before United States District Court Judge Robert R. Summerhays to three counts of violating the Church Arson Prevention Act — one count for each church — as well as one count of using fire to commit a federal felony. He will be sentenced on May 22.
The largest concentration of reported cases of the vaccine-preventable illness remains in Livingston Parish, with between 121 and 240 cases. East Baton Rouge and Ouachita parishes reported the second-highest concentration of cases, between 61 and 120.
A woman accused of rape in an alleged incident with Dennis Perkins appeared in court Friday, Feb. 7 to ask that she be able to leave the state due to alleged threats made against her. A judge denied that request Friday, only allowing her to leave Livingston Parish.
The New Orleans Saints maintain their behind-the-scenes public relations work on the area’s Roman Catholic sexual abuse crisis was “minimal,” but attorneys suing the church allege hundreds of confidential Saints emails show the team actively helping to shape a list.
On Tuesday, Jan. 28, Governor John Bel Edwards announced changes to Louisiana State Police’s (LSP) Protective Services unit. Captain Treone Larvadain has been promoted to lead the unit, making her the first African American female captain in LSP history.
United States health officials are now cautioning travelers about a mysterious coronavirus. The respiratory virus first appeared in the Chinese province of Wuhan, but doctors confirmed a case of coronavirus in Washington state.
Jack Jordan, the teen accused of causing a fiery car wreck that left one woman dead after “God told him to kill himself” is now being sent back to a mental health facility until his next court appearance.
Who do you root for if you live in Jennings? On the one hand, native Travis Etienne leads Clemson as the two-time ACC Player of the Year and is 7 yards away from breaking the school rushing record. On the other hand, it's LSU!
A Louisiana woman is under after arrest after an alleged shootout with her husband at a hunting lease in Natchitoches Parish. Authorities say 54-year-old Angelique (Angel) E. LaCaze was shot in the hip during the incident. She has been arrested on one count of attempted second-degree murder. She was
Interstate 14 is America’s newest interstate and it may be coming your way. Here in Louisiana, the proposed route will take I-14 along Highway 28 through Alexandria, connect to U.S. 84 and then enter Mississippi after Vidalia.
The three Louisiana State Police (LSP) troopers transferred out of the LSP training academy after an alleged cadet hazing scandal in October had nearly spotless records prior to that, a review by the 9News Investigators shows.
Documents show East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore moved forward with charges against Reynard Green, 34, the same man troopers found sleeping on a couch in the Governor’s Mansion in April.
Louisiana State Police identified eight Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) locations across the state which will reopen Monday, Nov. 24 after an issue indirectly linked to a cyber attack that crippled state government Monday, Nov. 18 led to extended closures at locations statewide.
The Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) confirmed on Monday, Nov. 18 the first death linked to a vaping-associated lung injury, or EVALI, in the state. LDH was unable to provide specifics about the deceased individual due to privacy concerns.