Gov. Edwards Faces Criticism In D.C. Over The Handling Of August Flood
A Congressional panel grilled the governor on issues following the August 2016 flood.
Cops: Man Accused Of Killing EBRSO Deputy Questioned On Rape Allegations By Teen
Troopers say Anderson was conducting a rape investigation with another deputy at a hair salon.
Deferred Maintenance On College Campuses Reaches $365 Million
Lawmakers have to find a way to invest in these state owned facilities on college campuses before it’s too late.
Nearly 300 Louisiana National Guard Airmen Deploying To Europe
The airmen will participate in critical training missions during the 90 day deployment.
LA GOP Seek Apology From Rep. Richmond After Joke About Kellyanne Conway
New Orleans Congressman Cedric Richmond says his joke about Donald Trump aid Kellyanne Conway was misinterpreted.
Governor Proposes Reducing Minimum Mandatory Sentences For Nonviolent Offenses
Edwards says the state is looking at proven strategies that have worked to reduce the prison population in other southern conservative states.
More Students Turning To GoFundMe To Pay For College
The unconventional tuition-fundraising plan is getting more students into colleges and universities.
Changes To Tenure Protections Lead To More Teachers Leaving Classrooms
The report marks a three-percent loss of the state’s teacher workforce because of the tenure changes.
Sen. Troy Brown Resigns From Legislative Post Amid Domestic Abuse Charges
Brown was facing an expulsion hearing on Monday, and the embattled senator says it is readily apparent a fair hearing from his peers will not transpire.
Gov. Heads Back To D.C. For Another Flood Aid Push
Edwards is looking to receive federal assistance to construct flood mitigation infrastructure so homes in flood zones are not forced to elevate.