Louisiana’s film industry has taken a hit since lawmakers put a cap on the state’s film tax incentive program last year, but business agent for a New Orleans film workers union, Cory Parker, says things are looking up.
Each of the families of the three fallen Baton Rouge police officers will receive $250-thousand from the Law Enforcement Officers and Firemen’s Survivors Fund. Attorney General Jeff Landry is the chairman of the fund’s review board.
Bossier City Representative Mike Johnson is asking voters to support a proposed constitutional amendment this fall that establishes a property tax exemption for surviving members of a fallen first responder.
Michael Davis and his disabled veteran brother were at a car wash in Shreveport when suddenly, a robber pointed a gun at Davis demanding his money and his car. The quick-thinking Davis defended himself with what was available - the pressure washer currently in his hands, and it was all captured on dash cam.
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