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Former Harrah’s Dealer Accused of Cheating Casino

Louisiana State Police are on the hunt for a suspected gambling cheat and her accomplices.

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Crawfish Season in Louisiana Is Nearly Over for 2014

The Louisiana crawfish season only has a couple more weeks to go.

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Louisiana Ranks 37th in the Nation in Caring for Older Residents

Louisiana needs to work harder to take care of our elderly residents.

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Louisiana Concealed Handgun Permit Process Moves Online

If you're thinking about applying for a Louisiana Concealed Handgun Permit, you can now do so online.

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‘Duck Dynasty’ Relative Zach Dasher Runs for Congress

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana's 5th District congressional race has a new candidate with a "Duck Dynasty" connection.

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Senator David Vitter Says Common Core Feud in Louisiana Is ‘a Mess’

Senator David Vitter talked with us on KEEL this morning about several issues affecting Louisiana, including Common Core.

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Gabriel Lee Granted Extension in Felony Animal Abuse Case

Gabriel Lee, the man accused of locking a puppy named Braveheart inside an abandoned storage unit in Shreveport, was in court Wednesday morning (June 18) to face felony animal abuse charges.

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Republican Rep. Lou Barletta Says ‘There’s Probably Enough to Impeach Obama’

In a radio interview Tuesday (6/17), Pennsylvania Republican Representative Lou Barletta said Pres. Obama Is "just absolutely ignoring the Constitution, and ignoring the laws and ignoring the checks and balances."

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Gov. Jindal Seeks to Block Common Core Test

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. Bobby Jindal has issued an executive order requiring competitive bidding for public school standardized tests, an apparent attempt to derail Louisiana's use of tests linked to Common Core education standards.

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Gov. Jindal Likely to Veto Bill to Reduce Prison Crowding

Gov. Bobby Jindal may veto a bill to reduce prison crowding. The bill, named HB1255 and sponsored by Rep. Katrina Jackson (D), intends to reduce the state's prison population by offering violent offenders an opportunity at parole earlier than the current Louisiana law allows.

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