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Rep. Boustany Drops Lawsuit Over Prostitution Allegations
Boustany's lawyer said, "it would probably be best for all concerned for him not to proceed with the lawsuit."
As Expected, Federal Reserve Raises Interest Rates
The Fed is signaling that additional rate increases will likely be made slowly as the economy improves.
Family Asks GoFundMe Aid, Says Mentally Ill Son Beat Mom
Thirty-seven-year-old John Byrd was arrested on charges of attempted murder of his parents.
FEMA Refuses To Lessen Louisiana’s Cost For March Flooding
FEMA refused a request to shrink the state's costs for the March flooding from 25 percent to 10 percent.
400-Year-Old Heart Of Catholic Saint Arrives In Shreveport
The heart of St. John Berchmans arrived Thursday at a Shreveport church that bares the saint's name.
Clay Higgins Wins 3rd Congressional District Race
Political upstart Clay Higgins has won Louisiana's runoff for the state's 3rd District U.S. House seat, defeating a fellow Republican once considered a lock on the job.
GOP Lawmaker Mike Johnson Elected To Louisiana’s 4th District
Republican Mike Johnson will head to Washington in January to represent Louisiana's 4th Congressional District.
Louisiana Republican John Kennedy New US Senator
Louisiana voters have chosen Republican state Treasurer John Kennedy to fill the state's open U.S. Senate seat, giving the GOP a 52-48 edge in the chamber.
Edwards Meets With Trump, Talks Louisiana Flood Recovery
Gov. John Bel Edwards met privately with Donald Trump while the president-elect was in Baton Rouge Friday.
US Sen. Vitter Bids Farewell, Says He Was ‘Blessed’ To Serve
U.S. Sen. David Vitter called his tenure in Congress "the greatest honor of my professional life," as he gave a farewell speech ahead of the end to his 12-year tenure in the Senate.
Man Who Killed Deputy On Domestic Disturbance Call Shot
A man is dead after he shot a Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputy responding to a domestic disturbance call.
FEMA Grants Governor’s Request To Extend Claims Deadline
Gov. John Bel Edwards says federal authorities have granted his request for an extension of the filing deadline for those affected by August floods.