Admittedly, the title of this post sounds more like a sappy holiday movie than a biological threat. But, don't be fooled—an “Ant Armageddon” has arrived in Louisiana. Even though their name does not strike the terror of killer bees...
DATE: July 14, 2014 | CATEGORY: Unleashed
It's not just you. LSU football players are bigger than they used to be. But, as it turns out, on average and contrary to what those amazing vintage black-and-whites of slender-looking "linemen" crouched and ready in official team photos of yore...
DATE: July 31, 2013 | CATEGORY: News (225)
From pizza stones to slider baskets to flexible kabob skewers, there's no shortage of new outdoor equipment that expands the use of the barbecue pit.
DATE: April 30, 2013 | CATEGORY: News (225)
The small black motorbike growls to a halt at the line between sunshine and shade striping the bright pavement outside LSU's W.T. “Dub” Robinson Tennis Stadium. Chris Simpson—20, slender, helmeted—slides off his ride.
DATE: March 31, 2013 | CATEGORY: News (225)
How about a break from the latest literary sensations? Forty years ago, Eudora Welty of Jackson, Miss., won the Pulitzer Prize for The Optimist's Daughter, her last work of published fiction. The anniversary of this achievement is a fitting...
DATE: February 28, 2013 | CATEGORY: News (inR)
Just about every official in Washington, D.C., is in agreement that making big across-the-board spending cuts at the Pentagon and throughout domestic federal programs on March 1 is a bad idea. So far, however, the warring tribes in the nation's...
DATE: February 12, 2013 | CATEGORY: Daily Report
In the chill hours after she came into this world one short December day, they called Riley Hooper their “Dream Baby.”
DATE: September 30, 2012 | CATEGORY: News (225)
Gov. Bobby Jindal is known for many things: education reform, frequent flyer miles, delivering his own baby. But unimpeachable style is not one of them. Jindal’s fashion barometer isn’t always off, but like a lot of politicians, it can...
DATE: August 31, 2012 | CATEGORY: News (225)
Eighty percent of the nation's land loss occurs in Louisiana, with the state losing an estimated 25-35 square miles each year, according to the Governor's Office of Coastal Protection & Restoration. One hurricane takes your area's homes and fishing...
DATE: May 11, 2012 | CATEGORY: Daily Report
One hurricane takes your homes and fishing camps. The next cuts down the trees and kicks four feet of sand in your garage, in your living room, in your face. Then one morning you wake up, and a leading oil and gas multinational is pumping crude at...
DATE: May 01, 2012 | CATEGORY: News (225)
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