The Washington Redskins hired their former quarterback, Doug Williams, to join their executive team.
This news comes not long after Grambling University in Louisiana fired Williams as their head football coach in September 2013.
Former Sorrento Police Chief Earl L. Theriot, 65, pled guilty to lying during an FBI investigation of a criminal civil rights case and admitted to sexually assaulting a woman while serving as Sorrento Chief of Police in November 2013.
The Southern University Board of Supervisors voted Friday not to renew the contract of James Llorens, Southern University Baton Rouge Chancellor.
The Chancellor’s contract is set to expire June 30, 2014.
A representative of Tony’s Seafood Market & Deli released a statement Monday morning saying: “Contrary to local reports, Tony’s Seafood Market and Deli has no current plans to open a new location in Baton Rouge.”
The USS KIDD Veterans Memorial & Museum Executive Director Alejandra Juan will represent the KIDD and the City of Baton Rouge at the Spirit of '45 National Leaders Conference being held in San Diego, Feb. 14-16.
New Orleans went a little nerdy as comic book lovers, sci-fi enthusiasts,gamers, and fans of pop culture came out for the Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con. The three day event featured chances to meet stars from T.V.
Some of you might notice something a little different yet colorful if you pass by Saia Park on N. Donmoor off Florida Blvd. It's a mural, and it's purpose is to help bring life back into a 70815 neighborhood.