Louisiana Radio Network
National Guard Members Still At Work Assisting Ida Victims, Communities
Thousands of Louisiana National Guard members are still on the job helping victims of Ida in the southeast coastal communities.
Lafourche Parish Residents are Fighting Fatigue Almost a Month After Hurricane Ida
A north Larose neighborhood that endured a ten-foot storm surge is dealing with almost a foot of sludge and standing water
Child Tax Credit Payment to Go Out Thursday to Eligible Families
On Thursday parents should begin to see the first of six-monthly child tax credit payments in their account.
Qualifying Begins Wednesday in NOLA Mayoral Race
Qualifying for the New Orleans mayoral race begins Wednesday and incumbent Latoya Cantrell appears to be in a strong position to get elected to a second and final term.
Louisiana Community and Technical College System Experience a 10% Drop in 2020-21 Enrollme…
The Louisiana Community and Technical College System saw a 10 percent drop in enrollment during the 2020-21 school year.
LSU Economist: Surge In Retirees Further Exacerbates Labor Shortage
US employers are finding many of their older workers aren’t heading back into the office and instead retiring early in unusually large numbers.
18-Wheeler Crash Leads to Two Deaths and Several Dead Cattle on I-10 Near Duson
A tire blowout on an 18-wheeler is believed to have started a series of events that ended in the deaths of two men on I-10 near Duson.
Black Legislative Caucus Calling on Federal Investigation of LSP
The Louisiana Black Caucus is calling on the Department of Justice to conduct a full-scale investigation of state police and root out what they say are systemic practices of racism.
State is Closer to Receiving Disaster Aid From 2020 Hurricanes
Major disaster aid is one step closer to reaching Louisiana, that’s more than 10 months since Hurricane Laura.
Operation Dry Water is Underway to Keep Boaters Safe
“Our agents are out there daily looking for impaired operators"