Another US Appeals Court Keeps Trump’s Travel Ban Blocked
Another federal appeals court has upheld a decision blocking President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.
Court To Get Update On Reform Efforts And New Orleans Jail
Continuing problems at the New Orleans jail — including three suicides in less than two years — are up for discussion before a federal judge.
Does Majority Black School, Open To All, Uphold Segregation?
A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments on whether the opening of a charter school in rural Louisiana violated a decades-old desegregation order.
Tesla Says New Law Will Prohibit Direct Sales In Louisiana
Electric car company Tesla says it will be unable to sell cars directly in Louisiana, under a bill Gov. John Bel Edwards signed into law.
Campus ‘Free Speech’ Bill Backed By La. Lawmakers
Legislation seeking to protect controversial speakers' appearances at Louisiana colleges and calling on campuses to penalize students who disrupt them has won final passage from lawmakers, but only after its punishment provisions were watered down.
Louisiana House Leaders Want To Pare Spending In Budget Deal
House Republican leaders are asking senators to agree to remove more than $150 million they want to spend in Louisiana's budget next year.
Trial Set For Louisiana Deputy Charged With Sexual Battery
The trial date has been set for a former sheriff's deputy in Louisiana who faces charges including sexual battery and malfeasance in office.
Traffic Cams In Louisiana City Could Be Put On hold
Traffic camera enforcement in a Louisiana city could be on hold as its local government determines what company will manage the program.
Louisiana Governor Calling Precautionary Special Session
Gov. John Bel Edwards is calling a special legislative session to start next week, a precaution for the possibility he won't reach agreement with lawmakers on Louisiana's budget.
NOLA Councilman: Miss. Rep’s Lynching Remark A Crime
Rep. Karl Oliver apologized for a Facebook post he wrote in which he mentioned lynching as punishment for removing Confederate statues.
Louisiana Tax Study Likely To Be Shelved, Instead Of Enacted
Louisiana's lawmakers are on track to reject most of the big-ticket concepts pushed by a blue-ribbon panel they commissioned to recommend tax overhaul ideas.
Alabama Company Settles Suit Over Hiring Bias In Louisiana
An Alabama staffing company and the federal government are settling a lawsuit over allegations of hiring discrimination in Louisiana.