LSU DKE hazing investigation could lead to further reforms
Reed noted that the Board of Regents will use details gleaned from that investigation to help sure up last year’s anti-hazing policy overhaul.
Film tax reform approaches two years
The New Orleans shot comedy/horror slasher flick Happy Death Day to U2 clears $27 million in worldwide box office receipts as Louisiana film tax credit advocates celebrate nearly two years since the program was reformed.
LDH warning of rise in flu symptoms ahead of Carnival season
According to the Louisiana Department of Health, the flu is on the rise as almost 6% of doctor visits are for flu-like symptoms.
John Kennedy Talks State Of Union, National & La. Issues
President Donald Trump will speak to the country tonight at 8 PM for his annual State of the Union address.
Louisiana Lottery Contributing More Money To State In 2019
For the second quarter of the fiscal year 2019, the Louisiana Lottery has seen an uptick in contributions to the state treasury, transferring over $53.9 million towards K-12 public education in the state.
BR Diocese Releases Clergy Member Abuse Accusation List
The Diocese of Baton Rouge released the names today of 37 clergy members who have been credibly accused of abuse involving children.
Tulane warns relative sea level rise faster than previously thought
Tulane researchers say current models estimating the level of sea level rise in low lying coastal areas are underestimating how quickly we’re sliding into the sea.
$6 billion to be wagered in Super Bowl related sports betting
23 million Americans will wager a staggering $6 billion on this year’s Super Bowl.
I-210 Eastbound Shut Down In Lake Charles
The eastbound side of the I-210 Bridge in Lake Charles will be shut down for the next several month while it undergoes extensive repair work starting at 9 PM today.
Commission Proposes Substantial Increase In Early Childhood Education
A state commission proposes spending an additional 86-million dollars on early childhood education.
Study sees correlation between poor sleep and artery plaque buildup
A new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology has discovered an association between poor sleep and plaque buildup in arteries throughout the body
LSU Alzheimer’s Treatment Shows Promise
Alzheimer sufferers potentially have some great news out of LSU Health New Orleans: