Jury returns guilty verdict in aggravated rape case

A man accused of molesting two sisters was found guilty Friday in state district court.

A jury deliberated for around three-and-a-half hours before returning the verdict against David Wayne Sims, 49, that he is

Judge rules that Reeves does not have intellectual disability

A Ragley man who raped and killed a 4-year-old Moss Bluff girl in November 2001 does not have an intellectual disability that would

6 Baltimore officers charged in Freddie Gray's death

BALTIMORE — Saying "no one is above the law," Baltimore's top prosecutor announced charges Friday against six

Kleckley confident funding will be found for higher ed, health care

BATON ROUGE — House Speaker Chuck Kleckley expressed confidence Thursday that the Legislature has the tools it needs to provide stable funding for higher education and health care now and in the future. Both have received major budget reductions over

Peat's sake: Saints use first pick to protect Brees

After two months of talk they were looking to get rid of their franchise quarterback, the Saints decided instead to protect Drew Brees.

With the first of their two first-round picks Thursday night, the Saints selected offensive tackle Andrus Peat out of Stanford.

Broncos back in Fast Pitch 56

Two years ago the Sam Houston Broncos sat atop the throne of Louisiana high school softball having won their third consecutive Class 5A state championship in four straight title game appearances.

Fast forward to one year ago and the Broncos were in the bleachers having missed the annual Louisiana High School Athletic