The group 'Concerned Citizens of St Tammany' is urging the parish council to vote to ban fracking.more>>
The group Concerned Citizens of St. Tammany is urging the Parish Council to vote to ban fracking now that the Army Corps of Engineers has issued a letter expressing concerns about Helis Oil's proposed site. more>>
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - Police say a 30-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a July 16 bomb threat that closed the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. At a news conference Tuesday, Lafayettemore>>
Police say a 30-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a July 16 bomb threat that closed the University of Louisiana-Lafayette.more>>
In cooperation with the FBI, New Orleans police have arrested one man wanted in a deadly shooting in the Lower Ninth Ward. Christopher Michael Dixon, 28, was arrested on Thursday in the 1500 block ofmore>>
In cooperation with the FBI, New Orleans police have arrested one man wanted in a deadly shooting in the Lower Ninth Ward.more>>
The finishing touches are being made as the Saints plan to travel over 875 miles from New Orleans to White Sulphur Springs, W.V. The Saints will report to The Greenbrier on Thursday, located in the Alleghenymore>>
The Saints report to training camp on Thursday, located more than 875 miles from New Orleans in the Allegany Mountains.
KOUNTZE, Texas (AP) - Cheerleaders at Kountze High School in Southeast Texas say they have both a constitutional right and a religious duty to share their Christian faith.
After a complaint by the Freedom From Religion Foundation, school officials banned Bible verses on the banners that cheerleaders made for football players to burst through before games.
The students sued, calling the ban a violation of their free speech and religious rights. Cheerleader Ashton Lawrence says, "Sometimes a consequence of freedom of religion is you have to hear things you don't necessarily agree with. That doesn't mean it's wrong."
A judge has blocked school officials from enforcing the ban until he issues a ruling. A hearing is scheduled next week.
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(WMC) - WMC Action News 5 has uncovered disturbing new details of the allegations behind the rape charge against a Mid-South millionaire businessman. WMC Action News 5's Nick Kenney took the new informationmore>>
Twenty toothbrushes, eight flash drives, four guns, nipple clamps, sex toys, lingerie: those are just a few of the items seized from the property of a Memphis businessman charged with rape. more>>
Three people have been arrested, including a Golden Meadow police officer, in connection with a methamphetamine investigation. Officer Ashley Pollard, 37, and his girlfriends Anna King, 31, were arrestedmore>>
Three people have been arrested, including a Golden Meadow police officer, in connection with a methamphetamine investigation.more>>
Heroin, a highly addictive drug, has law enforcement agencies working non-stop to crack down on users and dealers.more>>
Heroin has law enforcement agencies working non-stop. "It's a tough battle," said St. Bernard Sheriff Jimmy Pohlmann. "There's so many different components that go into trying to fix these problems."more>>