Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Filed Against Secretary of State Tom Schedler
The accuser claims Schedler created a "sexually hostile and abusive working environment."
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.
Transparency Push Clears First Hurdle In The House
The tool called Louisiana Checkbook passed the House Appropriations committee
I-10 Bridge At Lake Charles Construction To Start
The State Transportation Department will soon begin work on the I-10 bridge in Lake Charles.
U.S. Rep. Abraham Says Gov. Edwards Suffers From A ‘Lack Of Trust’
North Louisiana Congressman Ralph Abraham made no bones about his intentions to take a hard look at running for Governor.
Americans Drown In Credit Card Debt
Many Americans are swimming in debt and getting in deeper than ever.
State Senate Democrats Unveil Fiscal Cliff Solution
The Senate Democratic Caucus offers a solution on solving the one billion dollar shortfall.
State Police Taking Social Media Threats Against Schools Seriously
Three Louisiana schools have received social media threats, with Ville Platte under lockdown due to one received this morning.
Special Session Kicks Off Today As Lawmakers Return To Baton Rouge
Legislators have until March 7th to find a fix to the looming fiscal cliff or else cuts will occur in the areas of higher education and health care.
Florida Shooting Has Louisiana Looking For Increased School Safety
Can investing more in social work programs designed to help troubled students prevent school shootings in Louisiana?
NGOs Team Up To Tackle NOLA’s Bead Problem
Tons of beads are collected from the prade routes. Then they are cleaned to be used for the following carnival season.