News for Wednesday 061919
Five Louisiana nursing homes are in hot water after a report by the Center for Medicaid and Medicare services shows poor conditions and subpar treatment of patients.
After an investigation that lasted several months, Two women were arrested at the Queen Spa on Mac Arthur Drive in Alexandria.
Louisiana continues to be ranked 49th in overall child well-being.
Governor John Bel Edwards has signed the 30-billion dollar budget that lawmakers approved in the recently completed legislative session.
Calcasieu Parish authorities report a Westlake pastor stands accused of raping an 11-year-old girl multiple times over a two-year period.
Four people are behind bars, with three charged with human trafficking and the fourth being charged with carnal knowledge after an investigation by the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is asking for the public to help count how many bats live in the Bayou State, so they can find out if a bat-based disease is spreading.
From the “Not the sharpest knife in the draw” department, a Haughton man was arrested after allegedly stealing items from his neighbor’s garage, including a live streaming surveillance camera he didn’t turn off.
The Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is accepting permit applications from retailers who want to sell C-B-D products.
ESPN reports the Saints are ready to make wide receiver Michael Thomas the highest paid receiver in the NFL .
The Pelicans have committed to Alvin Gentry as their head coach for the next two seasons by picking up his option for the 2020-21 season.
A big question heading into Thursday night’s NBA draft is whether the Pels will trade the number four pick that they acquired from the Los Angeles Lakers.
LSU Hall of Famer Ebert Van Buren has passed away at the age of 94