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Some Auto Insurance Rates Going Up In Louisiana
Car insurance rates are going up as much as 25% in some cases.
State Education Department Launches Teacher Recruitment Campaign
The DOE will attempt to attract Generation Z about the prestige of the teaching career through television, radio and billboard ads and their website.
NGOs Team Up To Tackle NOLA’s Bead Problem
Tons of beads are collected from the prade routes. Then they are cleaned to be used for the following carnival season.
AG Landry Sues Corps Of Engineers Over Waterway Dispute
The suit alleges the Corps expanded the Intracoastal Waterway in Vermillion Parish beyond the borders set in a 1920s agreement.
Retailers Gearing Up For Black Friday Shopping
Online holiday shopping is expected to beat in-store sales for the first time, but that won't thwart brick-and-mortar retailers.
Sen. Kennedy: Stop Having Children You Aren’t Willing To Raise
U.S. Senator John Kennedy has written an op-ed piece saying too many parents are failing their children these days in Louisiana.
Louisiana Number One in U.S. Murder Rate for Almost 30 Years
Even with declines over the past 20 years, the Pelican State still leads in national murder rates.
US Rep Ralph Abraham Flies Harvey Missions In Texas
Abraham--a major in the Air Force Auxiliary--said his assignment began Thursday.
Governor Edwards Praises Work Of Cajun Navy In Texas
Governor John Bel Edwards says the state is working with the Cajun Navy to coordinate efforts.
Should Louisiana Replace Confederate Monuments With Britney Spears Statues?
A Rayne woman starts a petition to replace Confederate monuments with Britney Spears statues.
Sen. Kennedy Proposes Work Requirement For Medicaid Recipients
It's one of several amendments Kennedy filed as the debate continues over an effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Ala. Congressman Uses Congressional Shooting Audio In Commercial
The ad brings the Second Amendment into this political race.