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A pianist hangs out...literally, and see the fantastic photo on a school beach trip! [Read More]
Dave McNamara takes us to the Southern Food & Beverage Museum in New Orleans. [Read More]
Police are asking for the public's help in finding Christopher Roy, 28. [Read More]
The City of Alexandria Customer Service Office, City Hall and other city offices and departments will be closed on Monday. [Read More]
Louisiana lawmakers continue to debate the creation of the state's own Family and Medical Leave Benefit Act. It would pay employees with certain family or... [Read More]
Louisiana legislators advanced bills in Senate judiciary committees Tuesday that would curb domestic violence, take steps to prevent sexual abuse of youth athletes, and study... [Read More]
Three people are dead following a suspected double murder-suicide in Port Barre. [Read More]
The school board search committee started advertising for their highest position on May 8, and set deadlines for the process on Tuesday night. [Read More]
The Mansura Police Department has asked for the public's help in locating a man wanted for a string of burglaries. [Read More]
Louisiana Right to Life members gathered at the Capitol today in support of a bill that would allow voters to decide whether or not women... [Read More]
Reid Binion gives some safety tips on how to have fun in the sun while staying safe. [Read More]
A rideshare bill that passed another hurdle in the Louisiana legislature on Tuesday could mean big change for Central Louisiana. Cenla Chamber of Commerce president... [Read More]
Gov. John Bel Edwards announced his plan on Tuesday to raise early childhood education funding to $18 million. [Read More]
Abortion continues to top the legislative agenda this week as Louisiana lawmakers in the House Health and Welfare Committee supported several bills on Tuesday that... [Read More]
As people travel during this Memorial Day weekend, law enforcement agencies are giving drivers two options: click it or ticket. [Read More]
With the recent rain, residents at Larto Lake in Catahoula Parish are struggling with flooding. [Read More]
With close to 600 students coming to downtown in the fall to attend the new Central Louisiana Technical Community College, the city has issued restriping... [Read More]
Leesville High School alumnus Suzette Kent is the first woman to hold the prestigious role of serving as the U.S. Federal Chief Information Officer--having been... [Read More]
Thirty years in any occupation is an outstanding accomplishment, and Tuesday the Rapides Parish Schools Transportation Department recognized two special employees who spent those years... [Read More]
Dr. Guiyou Huang will be leaving LSUA. [Read More]