Oil Hits $70 Per Barrel But La. Oil And Gas Industry Still Struggles
Oil prices in the U.S. have climbed over the $70 mark for the first time since 2014.
LA Revenue Shortfall Declines By $346 Million?
The state's Revenue Estimating Conference estimates the fiscal cliff may not be as steep as earlier expected.
Teacher Gun Bill Fails In House Committee
Lawmakers debated more than two hours over the issue that was killed in committe on a 7-9 vote.
Police Chief Calling Out Judge For Reserve Officer’s Death
Just three months ago,McDavid complained about District Court Judge Trudy White lowering Franklin's bond on an unrelated crime.
LSP: 12-Year-Old Shoots And Kills 7-Year-Old Brother
Louisiana State Police say a 12-year-old shot and killed his seven-year-old brother in the north Louisiana town of Lake Providence Monday.
Bad Seasonal Allergies In Store For Louisiana
With the state just getting over a terrible flu season, a bad allergy season is on tap for Louisiana.
Gov. Calls For Fewer Partisan Battles In Regular Session
The special session was notable for its stark partisan divides, which Edwards says were the worst he’s seen in a decade.
U.S. Rep Clay Higgins Proposes School Safety Bills
Higgins says it’s time to reevaluate just who is charged with protecting students.
Governor Wants Secretary Of State Tom Schedler To Resign
Governor John Bel Edwards is calling on Secretary of State Tom Schedler to resign immediately.
Tax Votes Moved To Wednesday After House Gridlock
Just when we were told that the special tax session was gaining traction, legislators find a way to bring it to a screeching halt.