Win free gas for a month, courtesy of Louisiana Honda Dealers

If you are feeling the penny crunch and think gas is too expensive these days, there's one automotive group that's giving away free gas.

Jindal suing Feds over Common Core

Today, Governor Bobby Jindal filed suit in federal court arguing President Obama’s U.S. Department of Education has violated the Tenth Amendment to the U.S.

Jags prep for FBS opponent UL-Lafayette

For the third consecutive year the Southern football team will start their season on the road against an FBS opponent.

Pelicans sign John Salmons

The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that the team has signed forward John Salmons. Per club policy, terms of the contract were not released.

J.J. Watt, Patrick Peterson to serve as honorary captains for Advocare Texas Kickoff

The former 2011 first-round draft picks both have siblings suiting up for their respective alma maters in the season opener for both schools. Watt’s younger brothers, T.J.

Miles still mum on LSU's starting quarterback

LSU head coach Les Miles still won't reveal who he'll start at quarterback when the Tigers play Wisconsin on Saturday.

Students react to smoke free campus at LSU

"We tailgate too hard over here, good luck though" That sentiment is shared by many students on how LSU is going to be able to enforce the no smoking rule during the football season.

BR psychiatrist gets 7 years in prison for $258M Medicare fraud scheme

A Louisiana psychiatrist was sentenced in federal court in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, today to serve 86 months in prison for his role in a $258.5 million Medicare fraud scheme involving partial hospitalization psychiatric services.

Police shutdown 8 Lafayette massage parlors for prostitution, suspect human trafficking

Lafayette Police in joint effort with the Federal Government and both Calcasieu and Bossier Parish Law Enforcement Agencies have announced today an investigation that had lead to arrests and seizures at 8 massage parlor locations in LafayetteUn

Vigil highlights new laws against domestic violence

"The laws address the issue of protection of the family, and protection of the victims, which in the past, they just not have had," said Jacqueline Nash, who organized the event.