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.
Four Cows Killed In Levee Area Of St. Landry Parish
The suspects entered the property illegally where state owned cattle are present.
Tax Foundation & Rep. Clay Higgins Each Warn Of Potential Impacts From Steel Tariff
The Trump Administration is backing a plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. The plan is aimed at making American metal production more competitive at home.
Man Arrested On Hate Crime Charges In Livingston Parish
A strange case in Livingston Parish has resulted in the arrest of 27-year-old Denham Springs man, Chad Horsley.
Rep. Edmond Jordan Wants To See Marijuana Legalized & Taxed
Baton Rouge Representative Edmond Jordan is seeking to introduce a bill that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana and set up a way to tax the sale of cannabis.
With No Legislative Solution On Fiscal Cliff, What Happens Next?
Governor John Bel Edwards doubts legislators can pass a budget for next fiscal year in the regular session, so another special session is likely.
Future Of TOPS Uncertain After Special Session Ends Without Budget Compromise
Now that the special session concluded without a solution to fill a one billion dollar budget shortfall in July, TOPS funding could be cut by 80 percent.
Certain Republicans Wonder How House Can Move Forward After Special Session
With the special legislative session being a memory for some and a nightmare for others, lawmakers are looking ahead to the regular session that starts Monday.
I-10 Construction Starts Today In Lake Charles
Four months of construction work will begin Saturday on the I-10 bridge in Lake Charles.
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.
Pentagon Report Says 75% Of La. Youth Can’t Join U.S. Military
The Pentagon reports that more than 70 percent of Americans aged 17 to 24 cannot join the United States military