The George Foreman Movie Filming in Shreveport Has Been Shut Down
On top of that, representatives with the movie studio say that the entire production
30 Days Out From Ida Most Entergy Customers Have Power Restored
Thirty days after Hurricane Ida, the Louisiana Public Service Commission reports nearly eight thousand customers are without power as a result of the Category 4 storm.
Louisiana Deadline Quickly Approaching for Federal Blue Roof Program
The application deadline for the federal Blue Roof Program is quickly approaching for those still looking to protect their properties in 25 parishes after Hurricane Ida slammed South Louisiana.
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
A Goat Getting ‘Arrested’ for Assaulting an Officer? Only in Louisiana
The goat had no intention of giving up his new-found freedom - even if it meant living life on the lam(b)
Alligator Believed to Have Killed 71 Year Old Slidell Man Is Dead
The 504-pound alligator suspected of killing Mr. Satterlee was located just yesterday, Monday, September 13.
Stupid With a Gun: Ida Relief Assault Puts LA Guardsman in Jail
During a fit of rage, he purportedly pulled out a handgun and pointed at his fellow soldier
LA Congressman Wants Expanded Benefits Back Due to Ida and Delta
Back at the end of July, Governor Jon Bel Edwards became the first Democratic governor in the United States to end enhanced unemployment benefits. According to CNN, the deal was a compromise to raise the regular benefit for those without a job in Louisiana by $28 to $275 per week. A…
LDH Shuts Down Nursing Homes That Housed Patients in Warehouse
Seven patients died after being evacuated to the warehouse.