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Young Children Left Alone Died in House Fire [Video]

Young Children Left Alone Died in House Fire [Video]

Two young children, ages three and four, are dead after their mother left them home alone while she went to get her hair done. Ciarria Johnson left her daughter and son in her Louisiana residence for hours before learning that her home was engulfed in flames and returning home. Reportedly, prior to being transported to […]

Police Officer Dies From Accident Injuries

Police Officer Dies From Accident Injuries

Officer James E. Foster Jr. of the Denham Springs Police Department has died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident which occurred while he was responding to a call last night. He had been fighting for life at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, but an announcement has been made that he has […]

New Orleans Shooting Leaves One Dead

New Orleans Shooting Leaves One Dead

Officers with the New Orleans Police Department responded to the scene of a shooting on Sunday evening where they found one victim. The shooting took place at the 2800 block of Orleans Avenue at approximately 7:30 p.m. According to New Orleans police officers, the victim died as a result of wounds sustained during the shooting. […]

Mary Landrieu Siding With Republicans and Big Oil on Keystone

Mary Landrieu Siding With Republicans and Big Oil on Keystone

In a last-ditch effort to save her seat in Congress, Democratic Senator of Louisiana, Mary Landrieu has sided with Republicans and big oil to approve a bill authorizing the construction of the highly-contested Keystone pipeline. What is being seen as an act of desperation, Landrieu faced the upper chamber of Congress on Wednesday in the […]

Mary Landrieu Insults the People of Louisiana

Mary Landrieu Insults the People of Louisiana

Senator Mary Landrieu, who has represented the state of Louisiana for 18 years, now blames her declining popularity on the people who have kept her in office; describing voters in Louisiana as being both sexist and racist. She made the allegations during an interview on NBC Thursday. Landrieu pulled the race card to explain President […]

New Orleans Police Have Warrant in Attempted Murder Investigation

New Orleans Police Have Warrant in Attempted Murder Investigation

The police department in New Orleans has announced that they have received a warrant in conjunction with an investigation involving an attempted murder from Monday morning. Reports indicate that the police responded to a domestic violence call on Monday morning and are now searching for 39-year-old Jose Lagos in connection with the stabbing of his […]

Police Officer Shoots New Orleans Man After Turning Off Body Camera

Police Officer Shoots New Orleans Man After Turning Off Body Camera

It has been revealed that a New Orleans police officer turned off her body camera moments before shooting a man in the head, following an altercation during a traffic stop. 26-year-old Armand Bennet was shot in the forehead by NOPD officer Lisa Lewis, who had pulled Bennet over in Algiers, which is on the Westbank, […]

Infant Girl Trapped Under Dead Father for Three Days

Infant Girl Trapped Under Dead Father for Three Days

In Louisiana, an infant girl was trapped under her dead father for three days. She had blistered skin, a dark bruise on her head and was suffering from dehydration when she was discovered on Friday jammed next to the wall and beneath the body of her deceased father, Jason Fields, age 43, explained Sabine Parish […]

Shelley Dufresne and Rachel Respess: Group Sex With Student?

Shelley Dufresne and Rachel Respess: Group Sex With Student?

Shelley Dufresne and Rachel Respess are two Kenner, Louisiana teachers who have been accused of allegedly having group sex with one of their students, a teenage boy. Dufrense reportedly had sex with the teenage boy previous to September 12, the date when the alleged group sex occurred at the apartment of 24-year-old English teacher Rachel […]

Same Sex Marriage: Progress and Defeat

Same Sex Marriage: Progress and Defeat

Proponents of same-sex marriage have had both a positive and negative week. On Wednesday, a federal judge in Louisiana became one of the first to go against the federal court trend of striking down the bans on same-sex marriage. On Thursday, federal judges involved in the rulings for both Wisconsin and Indiana ruled that the bans […]

The Princeton Review Includes Seven Louisiana Colleges in Its Ranking List

The Princeton Review Includes Seven Louisiana Colleges in Its Ranking List

The Princeton Review’s annual ranking list was recently published, and it includes seven Louisiana state colleges. However, some schools got into quite unflattering categories. Unlike college lists published by Money Magazine and Forbes, the Princeton Review surveys thousands of students to evaluate colleges based on quality of life, overall satisfaction, and financial aid. The book published […]

Louisiana Manhunt for Alleged Murderer of Girlfriend and Their Three Children

Louisiana Manhunt for Alleged Murderer of Girlfriend and Their Three Children

Louisiana law enforcement officials are currently searching for a man who is accused of killing his live-in girlfriend on Sunday morning before fleeing with his three children. According to sheriff’s office spokesman John Fortunato, a warrant on a charge of second-degree murder has been issued for Pedro Alberto Monterroso-Navas, who is 43 years of age. […]

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