Marine biologists are trying to learn whether they can increase populations of two of the Gulf of Mexico's most popular sport and food fish — and perhaps further relax quotas on one of them — by raising and releasing small fry.

Scientists say a pole on the front of the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley designed to plant explosives on enemy ships may hold a key clue to its sinking during the Civil War.

The newsmagazine's special report, "A Sister's Search," airs Tuesday at 9 p.m.

New Iberia ad exec Philip deMahy Sr. pleaded guilty Friday, but questions linger on the handling of the investigation and over his connections to the 16th Judicial District.

JINDAL_STUPID_PARTYIn the keynote address at the RNC's winter meeting, Jindal said the GOP doesn't need to change its values but "might need to change just about everything else we are doing."

The city of New Orleans must scale back its plans for a "clean zone" where the use of banners, signs and flags would be restricted during Super Bowl week, a federal judge said Thursday.

Like vinyl records and skinny ties, good things eventually come back around. At NASA, that means looking to the Apollo program for ideas on how to develop the next generation of rockets for future missions to the moon and beyond.

cogs_carouselAutomated cars could be on their way to a freeway near you.

A Thursday statement from the U.S. Department of Agriculture says Stallings Head Cheese Co. is recalling 4,700 pounds of the cold cuts shipped to a distribution center for retail distribution in Louisiana and Southeast Texas.

cochon_carouselDespite the upscale Cajun restaurant’s runaway success in New Orleans, Cajun Country did not embrace the concept.

The Retired State Employees Association of Louisiana claimed the law is unconstitutional because it didn't get a two-thirds vote in the state House of Representatives.

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