Higgins: Ban On Large Church Gatherings Is Unconstitutional
In a letter to the Governor, Congressman Clay Higgins is expressing concerns that the executive order banning church services with more than 250 people is unconstitutional, citing the First Amendment.
Travel Ban Extends To UK & Ireland; Domestic Restrictions Possible
Trump also says that he is considering domestic travel restrictions in certain areas.
LA COVID-19 Cases Up To 91; 2nd Death Reported
UPDATE: The state of Louisiana reports first death from the COVID-19 virus.
No Cases of COVID-19 In Louisiana
That's the verdict from The Louisiana Department of Health via an update from their social media page.
LSU Considering Suspending Face-To-Face Classes Amid Coronavirus
LSU is considering suspending face-to-face instruction amid the Coronavirus Emergency according to officials.
UPDATE: Body Of Woman Found; Man Facing Charges
53-year-old Phillip Dewoody is facing charges in connection with the disappearance of Ville Platte native, Joyce Thomas.
First U.S. Death From Coronavirus Reported In Washington
The Washington State Department of Health confirms one person has died from the Coronavirus.
3 Shot After Suspect Open Fires In Opelousas Restaurant
Local media outlets are reporting that Opelousas police are investigating an incident where three people were shot inside a restaurant.
BREAKING: One Person Dead After Being Struck By Float At Endymion
According to reports, one person was hit and killed by a Krewe of Endymion float on Saturday night.
Beach Volleyball Courts Coming Soon To Youngsville Sports Complex
The Youngsville Sports Complex will open five beach volleyball courts in a grand opening ceremony scheduled for March 7th.
One In Custody After Simple Burglary In Scott
Shortly after midnight, Scott Police Department Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of Avenue A where a witness observed 2 subjects running away from a vehicle.
“Burrow Road” Could Be Coming In The Future According To Reports
You could be driving on "Burrow Road" if a resolution is passed at the East Baton Rouge Planning Commission meeting on March 16th.