By Laura Furr Vanessa Mouton said she used to pray to God in church every week that she would win big at the casino. Hiding what she now knows was a gambling addiction from her husband, daughter and son, Mouton said she would then make an excuse to leave the house after her family’s Sunday …
By Josh Naquin The mist-ifying new trend in smoking is not smoking at all. A growing number of smokers are giving up on tobacco, but not nicotine. Electronic cigarettes, known as e-cigarettes, heat up a nicotine liquid and convert the liquid into a mist the user inhales. E-cigarettes’ reliance on vaporization to deliver nicotine …
Earning gold medals and championship belts in a martial art as demanding as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu takes a lifetime of preparation and dedication…unless you’re Jessica Guedry.
The story of one man who uses art as therapy for his mental illness.
Due to the decline of aquifer levels in Mississippi, the Mississippi State University research and extension service created a new irrigation program called RISER. TWILA’s Taylor Frey brings us to Vidalia where one MSU researcher shares with 40 Louisiana farmers how this new program could cut water use in half.
Jonathan Broussard looks like a normal kid, but like many other babies Jonathan was born with a congenital heart defect. From Jonathan’s hospital room, Heartwaves began to give other families hope, support and encouragement through the difficult and uncertain times.
Stephanie Bloss explains the immense power Girls on the Run of South Louisiana impresses on young girls and why positive body-image is crucial to a healthy lifestyle.