Finalists Named In Search For La. Higher Ed Leader
The Board of Regents intends to name the new commissioner at its April 18 meeting.
Bill Requiring Unanimous Juries For Felonies Passes Senate Committee
A Senate Judiciary Committee passed a bill that would allow citizens to vote on whether Louisiana should require unanimous juries for felony convictions.
Bill To Provide Rebates For First-time Homeowners Passes Ways & Means Committee
A House bill to establish a rebate for first time home buyers in Louisiana passed the Ways and Means Committee.
Bill Proposed Would Allow 18-20 Year Olds to Drink in Bars
State Senator Eric LaFleur of Ville Platte has proposed a bill that would allow 18 to 20-year-olds to buy and consume alcohol if they obtain a certificate.
Flood Relief Available For Victims Of 2016 Disaster
There is some relief for Louisiana residents that can qualify for flood rebate dollars by re-filing your 2016 tax returns.
4-Year-Old Left On BR School Bus, Found Sitting Under Tree In Grocery Store Parking Lot
A 4-year-old elementary student never made it to her school on March 19.
2018 Miss USA and Miss Teen USA Pageants To Be Held in Shreveport
Shreveport-Bossier City will play host to both this year's Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants. The Miss USA pageant will be held first on May 21st.
Despite Talk Of Budget Cuts, LSU Has Record Number Of Applicants
Despite talk of budget cuts to public colleges and TOPS, a record 23,000 students have applied for entry at LSU for the academic year that starts in August.
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