|Woman begs judge not to throw her life away
November 27 at 2:36 pm
A woman who police say was drunk when she crashed into another car and killed three people and a fetus, has written a letter to the judge in her case admitting responsibility but pleading with him not to throw her life away.
|Family gives back to ‘angels’ who helped son fight rare disease
November 27 at 2:32 pm
Nearly 100 people braved the cool temperatures and driving mist to come out to the ‘Alex Gives Back Day’ in Luling to listen to music, play in a bounce house and eat jambalaya.
|Mother of twins with Down syndrome rappels 25 stories
November 27 at 2:26 pm
Laurie Guichard was hanging off the side of Benson Tower in downtown New Orleans suspended by a rope 25 floors over the ground below.
|Long ambulance delays are rare, hospital CEO says
November 27 at 2:10 pm
After a hit and run accident earlier this month resulted in a Des Allemands woman laying in the roadway on Old Spanish Trail for nearly an hour waiting for an ambulance, questions have been raised about how such a delay in medical service could occur.
November 27 at 1:56 pm
Erline “Nee Nee” Cazalot passed away on Sunday, Nov. 17 at the age of 86.
November 27 at 1:55 pm
Gilbert Dufrene Jr., 85, devoted husband, father and grandfather, passed away on Nov. 20.
November 27 at 1:53 pm
Henry Isadore Samuel Sr., 77, was called to eternal rest on Sunday, Nov. 24 at his home in Hahnville.
November 27 at 1:30 pm
Phyllis R. Mondy, 81, a native of St. Francisville and resident of Luling, passed away on Oct. 13.
|Thankful for slow hurricane season, flood protection improvements
November 27 at 1:18 pm
As we enter this Thanksgiving, the weather has been disagreeable. Although southeast Louisiana is generally blessed with mild temperatures at this time of the year, many of us have had to crank up our seldom used heaters as temperatures have plummeted and we have been kept damp by a steady mist.
|Special Report: Katrina general capitol-bound
November 27 at 1:15 pm
Standing on the grounds in front of the State Capitol last weekend, Russel Honoré joined other independent authors pushing their wares at the Louisiana Book Festival.
|Some stories are more complex than others
November 27 at 1:11 pm
You can’t judge a book by its cover. I can only assume that some marketing-minded publisher way back when originally coined this phrase in an effort to overcome a horrendous cover and boost readership and sales of a well-written book.
|Advocate editorial shoots the messenger
November 27 at 1:10 pm
The editorial in a Baton Rouge newspaper is so cynical that it would make a world-class cynic look like a Pollyanna.
|Kids share humourous Thanksgiving recipes
November 27 at 11:25 am
We asked kindergartners from Norco Primary and first and second graders from Luling Elementary and Des Allemands Elementary what their favorite food is for Thanksgiving and how its made.
|Bridge Park car show
November 27 at 11:22 am
A car show was held Saturday, Nov. 16 with a cruise night held the night before on Friday, Nov. 15.
|Des Allemands firefighters teach fire safety
November 27 at 11:21 am
The Des Allemands Fire Department recently visited students at Allemands Elementary to discuss Fire Safety.
|Lakewood Elementary book fair
November 27 at 11:19 am
Fifth grade student Rhett Comeaux browsed the fall book fair at Lakewood Elementary.
|St. Charles Borromeo School Thanksgiving food drive
November 27 at 11:16 am
Students at St. Charles Borromeo School in Destrehan recently collected food items for the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
|St. Rose native completes basic training
November 27 at 11:14 am
Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Ryaunte D. Price graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
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After rolling up more than 300 yards on the ground in their 34-7 win against Ruston, the Destrehan Wildcats advance to the Class 5A quarterfinals where they will face off against Dutchtown for the second time this season.
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