LA Revenue Shortfall Declines By $346 Million?
The state's Revenue Estimating Conference estimates the fiscal cliff may not be as steep as earlier expected.
Teacher Gun Bill Fails In House Committee
Lawmakers debated more than two hours over the issue that was killed in committe on a 7-9 vote.
NAACP Wants A Grand Jury Hearing In Sterling Shooting
Several protesters marched into Attorney General Jeff Landry’s office on Monday demanding a grand jury look at the evidence from the Alton Sterling investigation.
Police Chief Calling Out Judge For Reserve Officer’s Death
Just three months ago,McDavid complained about District Court Judge Trudy White lowering Franklin's bond on an unrelated crime.
LSP: 12-Year-Old Shoots And Kills 7-Year-Old Brother
Louisiana State Police say a 12-year-old shot and killed his seven-year-old brother in the north Louisiana town of Lake Providence Monday.
Bad Seasonal Allergies In Store For Louisiana
With the state just getting over a terrible flu season, a bad allergy season is on tap for Louisiana.
U.S. Rep Clay Higgins Proposes School Safety Bills
Higgins says it’s time to reevaluate just who is charged with protecting students.
Film Features La. Man’s Efforts To Find Birth Mother After Adoption
The film follows Metairie native and current LSU law student David Scotton during his first meeting his birth parents.
I-10 Work Starts Saturday By Lake Charles To Impact Traffic For 4 Months
Motorists are advised to use I-210 as a detour around Lake Charles while work takes place.
Some Auto Insurance Rates Going Up In Louisiana
Car insurance rates are going up as much as 25% in some cases.
State Education Department Launches Teacher Recruitment Campaign
The DOE will attempt to attract Generation Z about the prestige of the teaching career through television, radio and billboard ads and their website.
LDAF Launches New Logos To Identify Homegrown Products
Louisiana Ag Commissioner Mike Strain says they have overhauled their Certified logo program with flashier, more diverse logos.