Insurance Commissioner Candidates State Their Case For Votes In Debate
The two candidates in the Insurance Commissioner’s race were face to face in a debate at Baton Rouge Press Club.
Port of New Orleans sees record number of cruise passengers
A record 1.2 million passengers took a cruise out of the Port of New Orleans last year, and they’re expecting to set another record of 1.4 million passengers for this year.
LSU starts school year with record number of freshmen
LSU has a record number of freshmen on campus this year as the first day of the fall semester was Monday.
First Cases Of West Nile Virus Of 2019 Diagnosed
The state’s first human cases of West Nile Virus of the year have been reported by the Department of Health.
Race For Governor’s Mansion Officially Kicks Off
Candidates lined up to qualify for the governor’s race at the Secretary of State’s office today with the two Republicans taking turns blasting Governor Edwards, while Edwards himself touted the state’s recovery from the Jindal years.
LSU Athletics Reevaluating Policy Of Giving Money To University
For years, the LSU athletic department has used a portion of its revenues to help fund the academic side of the university.
Alleged burglar steals surveillance camera, but forgets to turn it off
A Haughton man was arrested after allegedly sneaking into a neighbor’s garage and stealing a number of items, including a live streaming surveillance camera that he forgot to turn off after the theft.
5 La. nursing homes tagged for poor performance
Five Louisiana nursing homes are in hot water after a report by the Center for Medicaid and Medicare services shows poor conditions and subpar treatment of patients.