Man Posed As Handicapped Brother To Trick Health Care Aides Into Changing His Diapers For Pleasure, Police SayRutledge Deas, who reportedly goes by “Rory,” is accused of creating multiple social media posts to lure home health care workers in to satisfy his fetish.
Police Officers Fired Over Post Allegedly Suggesting Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Should Be ShotGretna Police Officer Charlie Rispoli, a 14-year veteran, called the former bartender a “vile idiot” who “needs a round… and I don’t mean the kind that she used to serve.”
Barry Makes Landfall As Tropical Storm In LouisianaHurricane Barry weakened to a tropical storm Saturday as it made landfall on the Louisiana coast.
Brain-Eating Amoeba Found In Louisiana Water SystemA potentially deadly brain-eating amoeba has been found again in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana.
Homeless Man Gets Year Of Free Wings After Finding Rude Note On CheckA Buffalo Wild Wings in Louisiana is stepping up to help the local homeless after one of their servers allegedly left a vulgar note on a customer's receipt.
Kids Praised For Stopping Game, Kneeling For Funeral ProcessionA group of young men in Louisiana weren't seeking any attention during their pickup basketball game, however a small sign of respect has made them social media stars.
1 Baton Rouge Officer Fired, 1 Suspended In Fatal Shooting Of Alton SterlingOfficer Blane Salamoni shot Sterling six times during a struggle outside the Triple S Food Mart, where the 37-year-old black man was selling homemade CDs.
Louisiana Oil Rig Explosion Leaves Multiple People InjuredMultiple people were injured Sunday night when an oil rig exploded in Lake Pontchartrain in Louisiana, officials said.
Texas Begins Long Road To Recovery In Harvey's WakePresident Donald Trump arrived in Houston Saturday for his second visit to the devastated region.
President Obama Visits Flood-Ravaged LouisianaThe president had taken some criticism by opting to finish a two-week family vacation in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, before inspecting the flood damage personally and meeting with residents.
Death Toll In Louisiana Floods Climbs As Many Find Themselves Living In SheltersThe death toll in the Louisiana flooding has climbed to ten, and more than 11,000 people are in shelters. While floodwaters have started to subside in some places, they are moving south now.