WWE Dominates YouTube Searches in Louisiana
A recent study finds that professional wrestling is the most popular content on YouTube for Louisiana web surfers.
Your Christmas Tree Could be Crucial for Enhancing the Wetlands
Your discarded Christmas tree could be a building block in coastal restoration.
Grant to Help Early Childhood Education in Louisiana
600 more children up to the age of three will be in early childhood education centers in 2020 thanks to a federal grant.
Federal Government Raises Minimum Age to Purchase Cigarettes and Vaping Products to 21
Congress has raised the minimum smoking and vaping age to 21 nationwide.
DOTD to Step up Safety Measures
DOTD lays out plans for increased safety measures at a ceremony honoring Johnny Cole, an employee killed on the job when he was struck by an 18-wheeler this summer.
New Food Stamp Rules Could Impact 49,000 Louisiana Residents
Currently Louisiana is one of the states who receives a waiver that allows able-bodied adults who do not have dependents to receive food stamps for more than three-months, but that statewide waiver is set to go away.
Ascension Parish Teacher Arrested for Allegedly Sending Inappropriate Photos
32-year-old Mark Ebarb, a Dutchtown High teacher has turned himself into after being indicted on charges of Indecent Behavior with a Juvenile.
Sports Apparel Sales See Uptick For Saints, Tigers, & Cajuns
The performance of Louisiana teams on the football field is resulting in a spike in sports apparel sales.
LA Medicaid App the First of it’s Kind in the Nation
Louisiana is the first state in the nation to allow Medicaid recipients to enroll via an app.
Feds OK Lower To No Royalty Drilling In Gulf Shallow Waters
The Trump Administration will begin allowing new shallow-water Gulf of Mexico oil and gas rigs to operate at reduced royalty or royalty-free rates to incentivize new activity.
Governor Edwards Outlines Priorities Of Second Term
Following a reinvestment in higher education and the locking in a pay raise for public school teachers in his first term, Edwards says his focus on education will continue.
6th Crowley Church Vandalized
Crowley Police now have a person of interest in a string of church vandalism incidents after another church was targeted this week, the sixth such incident since July.