A 45-year-old Indiana man was killed as a pedestrian in a single-vehicle crash today in Raceland.
The state's COVID numbers continue to tumble. The Friday update from the LDH show fewer than 600 new COVID cases today and hospitalizations which continue to sink – now below 500 in the latest numbers.
Lafourche Parish Sheriff Craig Webre and Lafourche Parish President Archie Chaisson are reminding residents about proper debris and trash pickup and disposal and issuing a warning about illegal dumping of trash and storm debris. In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, deputies have recently respo…
Lady of the Sea General Hospital welcomed Congressman Steve Scalise on Monday for a visit to review the damages sustained to the hospital as a result of Hurricane Ida.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana’s top school board Wednesday agreed to shelve letter grades for public schools this year because of the coronavirus outbreak, assuming the federal government signs off on the move as expected.
Lafourche Parish District Attorney Kristine Russell announced the launch of THE PANTRY today, which is a partnership with teachers to help provide students with food and supplies.
Members of one of Lafourche Parish’s hardest-hit communities for Hurricane Ida got to meet face-to-face with parish leadership on Monday night at the Larose Civic Center.
The Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory has confirmed that a recent mosquito sample taken in Lafourche Parish showed the presence of the West Nile Virus.
The Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office is teaming with a local non-profit for a jacket drive for school-aged children in our area.
FEMA is going to be on-site in Cut Off throughout the week, offering tips to locals who are rebuilding and repairing their homes after Hurricane Ida.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Conditions deteriorated at a warehouse housing evacuated nursing home patients, five of whose deaths were linked to Hurricane Ida, because widespread and unexpected storm damage interrupted essential services, the nursing homes' owner says.
The Bayou Community Foundation has announced a second round of grants total for 17 local non-profits – all to provide critical relief and recovery assistance to local residents after Hurricane Ida.
United States Senator John Kennedy believes FEMA is making flood insurance unaffordable for Louisiana residents.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LA DOTD) opened bids today for the construction of the 8.3-mile elevated highway between Golden Meadow and Leeville, otherwise known as Phase 2 of the LA 1 Improvement Project.
Louisiana and Lafourche's COVID pictures continue to get better. The parish's 7-day % positive rate is back below 5% again in updated numbers and Lafourche has had just 16 new COVID cases in the past 2 days.
Danos fed locals this past Sunday in Golden Meadow. Despite the rains, the turnout was large and locals were able to escape their worries for a few minutes to enjoy their day.
Vision Communications said that local service restoration estimates are about 2 weeks behind schedule as repairs are ongoing after Hurricane Ida.
South Lafourche High School showed construction being done to the school after damages sustained from Hurricane Ida.
Our COVID situation continues to get better in Louisiana. The state released post-weekend COVID numbers which show the state's continued progress in the pandemic fight.
With the peak of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season now behind us, there is no immediate threat to the Gulf Coast in the tropics.
Mathews—On Friday, October 1, at 10:35 p.m., Louisiana State Police Troop C responded to a fatal crash on Louisiana Highway 308 near the water treatment plant in the community of Mathews. The crash claimed the life of 32-year-old Maria Deborah Benitez-Munoz of Metairie as well as another dr…