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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.
Patterson Officer Stabbed While Trying To Make Arrest
A Patterson police officer has been hospitalized after he was allegedly stabbed multiple times by a shoplifting suspect.
New Orleans Police Say Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 9 Injured
New Orleans Police say one man is dead and nine others injured following a shooting in the French Quarter.
Body Pulled From Jennings Canal Identified
Authorities have released the identity of the man whose body was found floating in a canal Wednesday near Jennings.
Parents Turn In Teen Son Believed To Have Set School Fire
A 14-year-old boy accused of intentionally setting a fire at the Brookstown Middle Magnet Academy.
At Least Four Hurt In Fire At ExxonMobil Refinery In BR
At least four people were injured when a fire broke out at the ExxonMobil refinery in Baton Rouge.
In Flood Zone, Many Louisiana Families Yearn To Return Home
Thousands of Louisiana families are still relying on the government for housing three months after catastrophic flooding drove them out of their homes.