The executive director of the NFL players' union is responding to President Donald Trump's comments about players who kneel during the national anthem, saying no one should have to "choose a job that forces them to surrender their rights."
Big city problems, in a little city. That's how Mayor Jacques Roy described Alexandria on Thursday in the wake of a summer of multiple violent crimes, most notably homicides.
The Violence Policy Center released its annual report for the 2015 year, ranking Lousiana third in the nation for most female murder victims.
Alexandria grew 7 percent, fourth fastest nationwide, boosted by natural resources and mining, a sector including oil and gas extraction.