A bill to create the new ombudsman position is moving through Louisiana's legislature.
Former LSU football coach Les Miles, several LSU board members and two attorneys who previously represented the university can all be forced to give depositions in an ongoing lawsuit involving former associate athletic director Sharon Lewis.
A federal judge has determined that LSU, aided by attorneys from the Taylor Porter law firm, may have committed a crime a decade ago when they agreed to conceal from the public a sexual harassment complaint and subsequent investigation into former LSU football coach Les Miles.
The Isidore Newman School has apologized in court and agreed to pay "several hundred thousand dollars" to an alumna who filed a lawsuit in 201…
A Lake Charles judge who was recently elected to the state’s Third Circuit Court of Appeal has been publicly censured by the Louisiana Supreme Court, a month after the high court rejected a harsher punishment that had been agreed to by the errant judge and the body that makes disciplinary recommendations for the state's judges.
Already paralyzed over half of his body from a stroke, nursing-home patient Andrew Hicks, 60, developed gangrene after spending nearly a week …
A grand jury has charged a 17-year-old as an adult for the assault of Madison Brooks in the hours before the LSU student's death last month, indicting him on first-degree rape — the gravest sexual assault charge available to prosecutors under Louisiana law.
The former head of the board that licenses Louisiana’s nursing home administrators spent nearly $19,000 in public funds on purchases that seemed personal in nature, including cellphones, tablets, speakers, television streaming services, a smartwatch and an air fryer, according to an audit released Monday.
In Kaivon Washington’s third rape arrest in as many weeks, he and a friend coerced a female victim into letting Washington watch the other two have sex, then forced her to drink alcohol while she was being raped, an updated affidavit in the case alleges.