When 39-year-old Darlene Cortez of Des Allemands recently lost her life on Old Spanish Trail, she became the latest fatality on a road known for being hazardous and was killed by a man suspected of driving while intoxicated. […]
New laws targeting motorists have taken effect, including a ban on using cell phones in school zones and cigarettes and cigarette butts being labeled as litter. […]
A pair of motorcyclists were killed in separate crashes that took place in St. Charles Parish last Friday. […]
At the age of 20, Josef Barr thought his music career might be over. […]
The husband of a Luling woman who was killed when her vehicle ran into the back of a stalled garbage truck on the Hale Boggs Bridge in 2009 is suing the garbage truck driver, Ramelli Waste and Scottsdale Insurance Company for damages.
The number of West Nile virus cases has spiked across the country this year and 26 people in Texas have died of the disease. In St. Charles Parish, seven chicken and mosquito samples have tested positive for West Nile compared with two positives in 2011.
Former Hahnville High School student-athlete Don Raymond accomplished many firsts in his short life. Not only was the trailblazer the first black athlete to play a sport at Hahnville, he was also the first black four-sport letterman in the state’s history and was the first black player named to Louisiana’s All-State football team.