Board member rewards student from coming off AUS list

Dottie Bell kept her promise. The Caddo District 12 board member promised students at Huntington High that she and eir principal would do the "wobble" if the students tested out of being academically unacceptable.

DHS confirms 2nd West Nile death this season

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) has confirmed the state's second West Nile virus death this season. The death occured this week in Ouachita Parish. The state's first death was last month in Rapides Parish.

Statewide blood drive tomorrow

Lifeshare Blood Centers is partnering with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries for a statewide blood drive to take place across the State of Louisiana.

Mail For Heros

September 30th marks the beginning of the 2013 American Red Cross Holiday Mail for Heroes.

Dez Bryant has to relish a game against the 32nd-ranked pass defense, doesn't he?

The Chargers rank 32nd in pass defense. Dez Bryant swears he hasn't noticed.

U.N. Security Council could vote on Syria resolution Friday

The U.N. Security Council could vote as early as Friday on a draft resolution regarding Syria's chemical weapons program.

Senate votes to approve spending measure that clears the way for Obamacare funding

According to CNN, the Senate voted on Friday to overcome a filibuster led by GOP Sen.

House: A vote for cloture is a vote for ObamaCare

Twenty-one conservative House members, including a Louisiana representative, have sent a bill to Senator Mitch McConnell warning Senate Republicans not to vote for cloture.

Critical expansion of I-69 continues in Texarkana

In an effort to enhance mobility and encourage interstate trade in the region, the Texas Department of Transportation, with approval from the Texas Transportation Commission and in partnership with the Alliance for I-69 Texas, today officially

State bond commission approves over $199 million for local projects

The State Bond Commission approved over $199 million for projects statewide and approximately $2.3 million in savings from refinancing existing public debt at its September 19 meeting, according to State Treasurer John Kennedy.