Kasey Tatman says at first she didn't notice a can of paint and brush and all the brooms disappearing from the garage. But when she finally caught Jacob leaving the house with more supplies, he came clean.
When LSU fraternities and sororities hold Greek Week, you might imagine parties and award ceremonies, but be wonderfully shocked and pleased to know that the major event of LSU Greek Week is their annual Habitat for Humanity mega project!
Remember the 1980s, back when big hair was popular for women and men and Space Invaders was the most popular video game? The Rotary Club had a garage sale to raise money for polio. The Rotary wives had so much fun, they created their own club.
Raymond Harris is hanging at his sister's house in Lakeland when 9News visits. As he pulls out the instrument so natural to his hand, the trombone gleams. The glow sort of tells you this will be a special sound, and it is.
Many families in Louisiana have memories of gathering around the family radio in the 1940s, 50s, and 60s to listen to Louisiana Hayride, a live music show broadcast from Shreveport and local radio station, KWKH.
The Women's Leadership Council focuses on bettering lives for Baton Rouge's women and families, so when they partnered with The Life of a Single Mom, a Baton Rouge-based global non-profit supporting single parent families, the council knew it had struck the mother load of gold in finding families who need help.