Strapping your child into their car seat seems like a simple task, but experts say parents do it wrong all the time. They say the result can be deadly.
Today, state police conducted a how-to workshop on caring for the littlest passengers.
Technicians say these seats offer the best chance for a child to survive a crash. [...]
ALEXANDRIA, La. – A correctional officer at the U.S. Penitentiary in Pollock, La., along with a relative of an inmate, were charged with conspiring to introduce a cell phone into the prison, U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced.
Maggie Kay Comeaux, 28, of Ball, La., and Paris Smith, 21, of Detroit, Mich., were indicted for the [...]
Rapides deputies arrest two men for scrap metal thefts. Deputies say John Cole of Deville and Justin Kerry of Dry Prong stole tractor parts and other heavy metal items yesterday on Fred Redwine Road.
Deputies say they found the suspects after the victim saw them riding down the road with one of them riding on the [...]
If you’re planning fall parties, you may need to know about Pearl Nails and Spa. The business is now open to decorate nails. Chamber Red Coats did the honor for the grand opening today.
They’re located on Monroe Highway in Kings Country Village next to Red River Seafood and Steakhouse. They’re open Monday through Saturday from [...]
As the last blowout of summer approaches, Alexandria Police are conducting a campaign they call “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” They’re planning to set up checkpoints to get impaired drivers off the road.
Police at LSUA are also conducting this campaign to keep the campus safe.
KLAX ABC 31 News 8/20/14
A Baton Rouge judge has given common core advocates another win against Governor Bobby Jindal.
Superintendent John White says the court decision, he quoted, found that contract “was intended by all to be used in implementation of the legal requirement for nationally recognized assessment testing in Louisiana.”
The judge, Todd Hernandez of the 19th Judicial District Court, [...]
Candidates for offices ranging from Justice of the Peace to U.S. Senator are signing up and paying their fees today. Local candidates are filling out paperwork today through Friday in the Clerks of Court offices throughout the state.
This was the scene at the Rapides Parish Courthouse this morning. There will be a steady stream of [...]
Today we’re getting a first-hand look at the training done by Fort Polk soldiers, especially the Unit Ministry Team. Army chaplains tend to soldiers and civilians alike after traumatic events. ABC 31’s Bennett Roland Junior reports from the simulated battlefield known as The Box.
That tour is by RSVP only and all children must be accompanied [...]
It’s day three for jury selection in the Thomas Sanders capital murder trial.
The 57-year-old Mississippi man is accused of leading a killing spree from Arizona to Louisiana. He’s being tried for shooting 12 year old Lexis Roberts, whose remains were found by hunters in Catahoula Parish.
If convicted, he would receive the death penalty. That would [...]
Several area political subdivisions are getting slaps on the wrists by the Louisiana Legislative Auditor. None are major offenses.
A 17 percent pay raise is being looked into at the Grant Parish Library, although the director says it was a clerical error.
In Natchitoches parish, three funds overseen by the police jury ended the year with deficits.