Louisiana police find woman's body in walk-in freezer at Arby's restaurant
Police said the woman was an employee.
Family paid $250,000 after cashing in bonds left tattered by Hurricane Katrina
A man kept the bonds in a bank vault that was flooded during Katrina. He put the damaged paper in his attic, where they were found by his his family after he died.
LSU women’s basketball team confirms White House visit despite invite controversy
The university issued a press release Monday in which it confirmed plans to visit the White House on May 26.
Louisiana pizzeria offers free pizza for a year in exchange for Taylor Swift tickets
The owners of Zee's Pizzeria are "huge" Swifties, but like many others, weren’t able to score The Eras Tour tickets – so they came up with a clever offer.
Rapper Hurricane Chris acquitted in Louisiana man's murder
Hurricane Chris is best known for his hit single, “A Bay Bay.”
New plans for abandoned hurricane-ravaged amusement park in New Orleans
More than 17 years after a Six Flags park in New Orleans was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, developers believe they can revive the abandoned site with a new project.
Meth and puppies found inside ice cream truck in Louisiana, police say
The owner of “Tami’s Ice Cream & Sweet Treats” was arrested after police searched the blue truck and found melted ice cream, meth, and other drug paraphernalia.
Watch: Fishermen spot sharks in huge feeding frenzy off Louisiana coast
The video captures sharks surrounding a boat as they feast on fish with their fins flailing as the fishermen get doused with water.
Mardi Gras parade shooting in New Orleans leaves 1 dead, 4 hurt
One of the victims injured in the shooting was a child, police said, adding that a suspect was taken into custody at the scene.
Louisiana officer arrested for deadly shooting of unarmed Black man, police say
Louisiana authorities on Thursday charged Shreveport Police Officer Alexander Tyler with negligent homicide in the death of Alonzo Bagley.
Wild video shows squirrel fly into home as door opens for pizza delivery
A doorbell camera captured the chaos that ensued.
Black-owned schools founded in the wake of Hurricane Katrina
After Hurricane Katrina, 7,000 employees in New Orleans were terminated, 4,000 of whom were teachers. Of those teachers, roughly 72% were African American.
12 squirrel monkeys were stolen from Louisiana zoo, officials say
According to the Zoosiana, located in Broussard, the individual targeted facilities of smaller primates and specifically compromised the squirrel monkey exhibit.
12 people shot at Louisiana nightclub
The victims were all inside the nightclub when they were shot, police said.
Home invasion suspect killed by mother protecting her children, sheriff says
The Louisiana man on parole was armed with a shovel and a lug wrench when he allegedly broke into the home of a woman and her two young children, the local sheriff’s office said.
Louisiana teens’ deaths place spotlight on police chases
The deaths of two teenage girls are the latest fatalities among hundreds every year related to accidents involving police pursuits. National Highway Transportation Safety data reveals there were 455 such deaths in the U.S. in 2020.
US Coast Guard ends search for 4 people after helicopter crashes into Gulf of Mexico
A rescue operation is underway off the coast of Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico for four people who were on board a helicopter that crashed while departing an oil platform on Thursday.
Tornado strikes New Orleans metro; damage surveys underway
About an hour after a violent tornado damaged a hospital and homes in New Iberia, the severe weather threat moved into the New Orleans metro area. The multi-day severe weather event has produced tornadoes from Texas to Louisiana.
Good Samaritans rescue family of 4 trapped in sinking car in Louisiana
One of the witnesses who jumped in to save the family with two young kids said he was "far from a hero... I just thank god that we were able to get the family out safe."
Man freed from prison after prosecutors, defense team up to overturn murder conviction
Raymond Flanks spent nearly 40 years in prison before prosecutors joined the defense in asking to have his murder conviction overturned.