Restaurant Honored on New Louisiana Civil Rights Trail
The historic Dooky Chase eatery in New Orleans was run by famed chef Leah Chase
Cedars: Government Must Invest in Infrastructure to Attract, Keep Businesses
The St. Martin Parish president says meeting that challenge will take a multifaceted approach from local government.
New Orleans Audubon Zoo & Aquarium Canceling Pro-Police Promotion, Says Event Could Be ‘Di…
The Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans had plans for a six-day promotion at the zoo in mid-May to show support for the New Orleans Police Department.
Lightning Sparks Oil Tank Fire at Louisiana Production Site
Two tanks were destroyed in the blaze that was believed to have been started by a lightning strike from a strong thunderstorm.
Louisiana Parents May Not Want the Next Round of Stimulus Yet
Just remember, if you opt out that means you won’t get the recurring monthly payments that are set to start rolling out for American parents from July to December.
Report: Mother Surrenders Newborn at Baton Rouge Fire Station
The young mother took advantage of the Louisiana Safe Haven Law.
Travel Back in Time With a Live Action Western Show
Downtown Longview will transform into an old town from the late 1800s. The old western days come back to life, crazy guns and all.
New Nonprofit Formed to Assist in Search for Missing Crew of the Seacor Power
A new nonprofit has been formed to assist with the search for the missing crew of the Seacor Power amidst the United Cajun Navy announcing they are stepping away.
Louisiana Restaurants and Bars Can Apply for Free Money with Restaurant Revitalization Fun…
Governor John Bel Edwards is encouraging operators of Louisiana restaurants, bars, catering companies and other food-related establishments to register for the U.S. Small Business Administration's new Restaurant Revitalization Fund.
Post Hurricane Debris Removal Finally Completed in Louisiana
Almost two million cubic tons of storm debris were removed from five south Louisiana parishes after last year's hurricanes.
Edwin Edwards’ Wife Says Former Louisiana Governor Confined to Wheelchair
In an interview for the podcast Only In Louisiana, Trina Edwards, the wife of Edwin Edwards, said the 93-year old former four term-governor is now confined to a wheelchair.