Man Accused Of Chasing, Pulling Gun On Teens Who Were Toilet-Papering HomesAuthorities say a Louisiana homeowner who's accused of arming himself and chasing down high school students who were toilet-papering homes has been arrested.
Sheriff's Spokesman: 2 Killed On Grambling State CampusA sheriff's spokesman says a student and his friend were fatally shot at Grambling State University after an altercation that began in a dorm room, and the shooter fled the scene.
Death Toll Surpasses 30 In Hurricane Harvey's AftermathIn Texas, the official death toll surpassed 30 on Wednesday and was expected to climb as authorities investigated several other deaths to determine whether they were storm related.
Sheriff: Marijuana Found In Cereal Boxes During Traffic StopAuthorities say a man speeding down an interstate in Louisiana has been arrested after deputies found 2 pounds of marijuana in cereal boxes.
Authorities: Escaped Prisoner Kills Assistant Warden's StepdaughterAn escaped prisoner who kidnapped and killed a prison official's stepdaughter on Thursday was found dead after a standoff with police.
Stranded Fugitive Arrested After Flagging Down DeputyA fugitive who authorities say evaded capture since 2013 has been arrested after he flagged down a deputy in Louisiana.
7-Foot Alligator Caught After Crawling Out Of Louisiana Storm DrainAn alligator has been wrangled after crawling out of a storm drain in Louisiana.
Police Union's Raffle Prize: Use Of Stun Gun On An OfficerA police union in Louisiana is raffling off a grand prize that has shocked some: the use of a stun gun on one of its officers.
Mom, 3-Year-Old Daughter Die In Severe Storm In LouisianaAuthorities say a suspected tornado demolished a mobile home in southern Louisiana, killing a mother and her 3-year-old daughter.
Man Wanted For Local Fatal Shooting Arrested In LouisianaA man who was wanted for a local fatal shooting was found and arrested in Louisiana on Friday.
Flooding Kills 6, Sends Thousands Fleeing For Higher GroundAcross southern Louisiana Sunday, residents scrambled to get to safety as rivers and creeks burst their banks, swollen from days of heavy rain that in some areas came close to two feet over a 48-hour period.
7,000 Rescued As Storms, Flooding Wreak Havoc On LouisianaIn high-water vehicles, boats and helicopters, emergency crews worked Sunday to rescue scores of south Louisiana residents from deadly flooding as the governor warned that it was "not over."

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