Small Businesses Encouraged to File for Payroll Protection Act
Baton Rouge Congressman Garret Graves is encouraging small businesses to get a jump on filling out applications for the Payroll Protection Act.
LSU NCBRT Prepping Coronavirus First Responder Trainings
The LSU National Center for Biomedical Research and Training is set to start helping first responders from around the country prepare for the coronavirus.
President Announces No Military Retaliation for Iran Rocket Attack
President Trump announces the US will not retaliate militarily against Iran for last night’s rocket attack targeting two US bases in Iraq.
Confusion Growing over Federal Age Increase on Tobacco Products
A federal law is now in effect banning the sale of tobacco and e-cig products to those under 21, but state law still allows those 18 and up to purchase.
AG Jeff Landry Warns College Football Playoff Fans of the Potential for Ticket Scams
With events the size of the CFP Championship Game happening in the state comes the opportunity for fraudulent tickets to end up in fans’ hands.
Animal Wellness Advocates Continue to Pursue Legislative Action Following Two Race Horse D…
Two horses are dead following Saturday’s opening day at Harrah’s Louisiana Downs racetrack in Bossier City.
Louisiana Sees 11,000 Person Population Decrease
Louisiana’s population declined by nearly 11,000 residents from 2018 to 2019 according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
Oil Hits $70 Per Barrel But La. Oil And Gas Industry Still Struggles
Oil prices in the U.S. have climbed over the $70 mark for the first time since 2014.
Firefighter Sets Fire To His Home Injuring Disabled Wife
The State Fire Marshal has arrested a Richland Parish volunteer firefighter in connection with a mobile home fire that injured his medically disabled wife.
Bill To Train, Equip Cajun Navy For Disaster Response Passes
The state House approves legislation that supporters say will help the Cajun Navy and other volunteer groups have a greater impact during disasters.
Acadiana Family Claims $56 Million Powerball Jackpot
For the second time in the last five months, an Acadiana area family has claimed a Powerball jackpot.
LA Revenue Shortfall Declines By $346 Million?
The state's Revenue Estimating Conference estimates the fiscal cliff may not be as steep as earlier expected.