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Louisiana Governor Calling Precautionary Special Session
Gov. John Bel Edwards is calling a special legislative session to start next week, a precaution for the possibility he won't reach agreement with lawmakers on Louisiana's budget.
NOLA Councilman: Miss. Rep’s Lynching Remark A Crime
Rep. Karl Oliver apologized for a Facebook post he wrote in which he mentioned lynching as punishment for removing Confederate statues.
Tolls Going Up On Ponchartrain Causeway Bridge
The new revenue will go toward $130 million in safety improvements for the bridge.
Ethics Exemption For State Police Leader’s Son Wins House OK
House legislators approved the nepotism law exemption.
Authorities: Tennessee Student, Teacher Found In California
The teen had been missing from her Tennessee home since March 13.
Bill O’Reilly Fired Amid Sexual Harrassment Claims
O'Reilly responsible for $13 million in settlements paid to accusers in last several year.
Wild Hogs Poison Halted Due To Concerns Over Black Bear
Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain has halted the sale of Kaput.
Man Sought In Cleveland Facebook Killing Is Dead
Pennsylvania State Police say the suspect in the random killing of a Cleveland retiree posted on Facebook has shot and killed himself after a brief pursuit.
Louisiana Considering Whether To End Use Of Death Penalty
Their proposal would eliminate the death penalty as a punishment for any offenses committed on or after Aug. 1.
Senate Confirms Gorsuch
This confirmation is a win for President Trump.
Scott Fire Department To Again Service Unincorporated Areas
The Scott Volunteer Fire Department will begin responding to fires in the unincorporated parts of Lafayette Parish again.
Judge Blocks Louisiana Law That Kept Refugee In Lafayette From Marrying
The refugee was denied a marriage license because he had no birth certificate.