Why are vinyl records making a comeback?

Record stores are thriving due to the growing popularity of vinyl records. Vinyl records disappeared off store shelves with the introduction of the compact disc and digital music files.

State Fire Marshal shares tips on staying warm while avoiding harm

As colder weather settles across Louisiana this week, the State Fire Marshal wishes to remind everyone that the improper use of heating equipment such as portable space heaters, is a leading cause of residential fire deaths.

National Weather Service radar gets a little TLC

 Chances are you've seen one on your way to an airport or along the interstate. It may look a lot like a giant golf ball, but it actually serves a very important purpose and this week...it's getting a little 'TLC.'

To spank or not to spank: the question all parents face

Parenting styles have changed, more and more, Baton Rouge parents are saying, they’ve stopped spanking their children.

Jane Lynch to join Hilary Swank as co-host of “FOX’S CAUSE FOR PAWS: AN ALL-STAR DOG SPECTACULAR”

Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch (Glee) is set to co-host FOX’S Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Specta

Carol Ann Susi, actress on “THE BIG BANG THEORY,” dies at 62

Actress Carol Ann Susi, best known as the voice behind Howard Wolowitz's unseen mother on The Big Bang Theory, has died at the age of 62 after a short battle with cancer.


The American Country Countdown Awards, based on country music’s longest-running radio countdown show, American Country Countdown with Kix Broo

Fort Polk to host town hall meeting about ebola virus

Staff from Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital in Leesville will host an informational town hall meeting about the ebola virus. The meeting will take place on Thursday, Nov. 13, beginning at 6:00 p.m.

LSU provides way for student veterans to transition into civilian world

Courage, strength and dedication are just some of the traits you have to have to be in the military.

American Red Cross wants you to stay safe while keeping warm this winter

The American Red Cross wants you to stay safe while heating your homes with the dropping temperatures.