Cooper and Cameron are Stinky Boys
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Time: 4 months ago
Women’s advocacy group Lift Louisiana is gearing up to engage New Orleans in a national effort to end state sales taxes on tampons and pads.
Louisiana’s nonfarm employment added 4,100 jobs over the past 12 months ending in October, an increase of 0.02% driven by health services and education. Louisiana ended October with 2,002,300 jobs, according to preliminary numbers released by the U.S.
A Washington, D.C.-based advocacy group is calling for a federal investigation into a short-lived pilot program that involved treating Louisiana prisoners addicted to opioids using a surgical implant never approved
TERRYTOWN, La. (WGNO) – A 14-year-old Louisiana boy is behind bars after he stabbed his father to death with a spear Wednesday, according to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office. The teen called deputies to a home in the 2100 block of Browning Lane in
Four Livingston Parish elementary schools – Eastside Elementary, Freshwater Elementary, Northside Elementary, and Seventh Ward Elementary – have earned a spot on the state’s “Honor Roll” as a result of
The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates sugar production will decline by half a million tons this year. Local sugar cane farmer, Eddie Lewis, said when he started harvesting sugar cane this season the conditions were dry. When it started raining more
In the face of a once-in-generation election, this year’s debates have been a letdown in both the “fight night” format and the narrow substance of the questions.
SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – A jury has found Grover Cannon guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Shreveport Police Officer Thomas LaValley. Cannon, 31, was charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of the 29-year-old Shreveport police of
WASHINGTON — David Joseph, the U.S. attorney who recently prosecuted a former Louisiana state prison warden and the warden's ex-wife in an elaborate scheme using public funds for personal purchases,
A Louisiana community group asked a Congressional committee Nov. 20 to help block Formosa Petrochemical Corp.'s plans for a massive, $9.4 billion plastics and chemical complex planned for the state, citing pollution concerns and a heavy concentration of p