A U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) veteran who served in World War II turned 100 years of age in New Orleans, Louisiana, on June 27, and his birthday was marked with a parade of cars, music, cheering from friends and family, and tributes from USCG officials.
A man was arrested after video surfaced of him swimming in a giant fish tank at a Bass Pro Shops store in Louisiana.
Both sides also say Monday’s ruling is not the last word on state-level abortion restrictions. One abortion rights leader evoked the image of playing whack-a-mole as new cases surface.
The Supreme Court has struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the Trump era.
Michael Thomas, a wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints, has partnered with the non-profit RIP Medical Debt to clear over $2 million in past due medical debts for over 1,000 Louisiana residents.
Floridians have lived around alligators long enough to know and witness the death roll, a defensive move by the reptiles -- usually seen when they are captured by a trapper. However, for some baby gators, it was to help chow down on a fresh pile of fish scraps.
A Louisiana police department apologized and one of its officers was fired over a Facebook comment suggesting he thought it was “unfortunate” more black people have not died from the coronavirus.
When doughnuts are life so you line up outside of a newly reopened Krispy Kreme doughnut shop at 2 a.m.
As her desperately sick daughter was being airlifted to a hospital, Jennifer Daly was thinking about all the parts of life that still lay ahead for her 12-year-old and whether she’d ever experience them: Would she get to fall in love? Would she get the chance to get married and have her own children?
Louisiana pastor Tony Spell defied house arrest on Sunday and held a church service with more than 100 congregants present.
Using #PastorSpellStimulusChallenge, Pastor Tony Spell is asking members of his congregation and other Americans to donate the stimulus money they received from the federal government to his church's fund designated to help evangelists, missionaries, and music ministers.
A pastor in Louisiana is asking congregants and other Americans to donate their stimulus checks to his church.
The couple dropped off some of the masks Friday at the Austin Fire Department.
Mississippi and Louisiana—two states dealing with an increase of coronavirus cases—were hit Sunday with a deadly storm system that produced tornadoes that ripped through hundreds of homes and buildings, resulting in at least 17 deaths in the region.
Ellis Marsalis Jr., the jazz pianist, teacher and patriarch of a New Orleans musical clan, died late Wednesday after battling pneumonia brought on by the new coronavirus, leaving six sons and a deep legacy. He was 85.
A Louisiana church attracted more than 1,800 people to their Sunday service, despite warnings from health officials to practice social distancing.
Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin started the process for delaying the April 4 primary with an emergency certification to Gov. John Bel Edwards.
Officials with a journalism organization announced that a person who attended a conference in New Orleans has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Police in one Louisiana town say its officers recently managed to catch a driver who was driving on tabs that have expired.
A man was arrested and two people hurt after a brawl ensued in New Orleans when someone asked a woman to expose her breasts in exchange for Mardi Gras beads.