White House Says COVID Vaccine Could be Ready by October
A former Louisiana Congressman and member of the Coronavirus Task Force says to expect a vaccine by October with enough doses for the entire country by the first of the year.
Louisiana Based Stine Lumber Offers Pat on the Back Payments
The company is offering a little something extra for their employees in their paychecks this week.
Unemployed Louisianans Expected to Qualify for New Benefit
The new $300 federally-enhanced weekly unemployment benefits are expected to begin shipping in the next few weeks and will be retroactive to August 1st
Head lice Medicine Showing Hopeful Results for COVID-19 Patients
Dr. Mickey says that Ivermectin is actually fighting the coronavirus.
U.K. Socially Distanced Concert Venue Hosts First Show
The outdoor venue welcomed 2,500 fans, separated into private viewing areas.
Aileen Bennett Is Drawing Her Own Path In The Pandemic
She added some of her trademark joy to Acadiana's Morning News Wednesday Morning.
Over 150 Livingston Parish Students, School Employees Quarantined
They're only three days into the 2020-2021 school year, but Livingston Parish is already feeling the effects of COVID-19.
La Dept of Health Now Tracking COVID Outbreaks Linked to Schools
The Louisiana Department of Health has announced that it has begun tracking outbreaks of coronavirus tied to schools in the state.
Crawfish Farmers Finally Added to COVID Assistance Program
Applications to receive federal assistance for crawfish farmers must be completed before September 11.