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Florida Shooting Has Louisiana Looking For Increased School Safety
Can investing more in social work programs designed to help troubled students prevent school shootings in Louisiana?
Lt. Gov. Nungesser Celebrating Mardi Gras In The Nation’s Capital
He’s helping to promote Louisiana’s new travel tourism slogan “Louisiana: Feed Your Soul.”
Invasive Snail Invades Crawfish Ponds
An invasive species of snail is posing a threat to bayou crawfish harvests, after recently shutting down a 220 acre farm.
More State Troopers For NOLA Mardi Gras
There will be an expanded presence of state police troopers in New Orleans as Mardi Gras ramps up for the final weekend.
Louisiana Congressional Delegation Votes 3-5 Against Budget Deal
Louisiana's delegation voted three to five against accepting the budget deal that ended the brief government shutdown.
Valentine’s Day 2nd Busiest Day For Eating Out, Even On Ash Wednesday
Once every few years, holidays important to Louisianans fall in the same week.
Sen. Kennedy Files Bill To Stop Feds From Paying Dead People
Kennedy has joined a Democratic U.S. senator in introducing the Stopping Improper Payments to Deceased People Act.
Coast Guard Rescues Four From Plane After Landing In Atchafalaya River
A reported minor injury was treated at a nearby hospital. There is no word on why the plane was low on fuel.
State Rep. Files Legislation To Create The Louisiana Checkbook
The measure would create a “Louisiana Checkbook” that Ivey says is all about transparency.
Cleco Expands In Louisiana, 2 Other Southeast States
CLECO will be able to significantly increase the scale of their operations in Louisiana.
Reported Flu Cases Are Dropping, But Louisiana Is Not Out Of Danger Yet
Many people are still reporting flu like symptoms in Louisiana, but the state health department sees a glimmer of hope.
Cassidy, Graves On Train That Collides With Dump Truck
Doctors on board--including Sen. Cassidy--began assisting the passengers in the garbage truck immediately.