In one of the worst kept secrets in a state that doesn’t keep secrets very well anyway, Baton Rouge Mayor-President Melvin L. “Kip” Holden today announced his intention to run for lieutenant governor of Louisiana in the 2015 state elections.
NBC 6 Anchors Jacque Jovic and Dan Jovic bring you the results from the 2014 run-off election.
Dates for the special election to fill the Louisiana House of Representative seat being vacated by state Rep. Jeff Thompson (R-Dist. 8).
Sen. Mary Landrieu today kicked off the seven-day early voting period with supporters at Crystal Stairs Diner in Shreveport.
The Department of Defense announced today the transfer of Salah Mohammed Salih Al-Dhabi, Abdel Ghaib Ahmad Hakim, and Abdul Khaled Al-Baydani from the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay to the Government of Georgia.
Tea Party A-Listers made a touch-and-go landing at Monroe Regional Airport Saturday, touching down long enough to join West Monroe’s most famous citizen,
On Meet the Press this morning (Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014), Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal defended his decision to not expand Medicaid in his state under the Affordable Care Act.
Political newcomer and Shreveport mayoral candidate Victoria Provenza, who finished second behind Ollie Tyler in the Nov. 4 election, today held a fundraiser at We the People Headquarters in Shreveport.
Stefanie Bryant met with Congressman Bill Cassidy this morning to ask about some of the political issues involved during this run-off election.
"Had my father not been the man he is, I wouldn't have been president,” former president George W. Bush told TODAY's Savannah Guthrie in an interview that will air on Monday morning. "I learned a lot from him."
A man fleeing police ends up causing a head-on crash, which claims his life. Shreveport Police Corporal Marcus Hines tells NBC 6 News the man was fleeing police after officers identified him as a suspect in a home burglary earlier in the evening taking place off Jewella Avenue.