2 Shreveport / Bossier Eateries Close After Positive COVID Tests
The decision came after owners learned that one of the employees tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
LA Man Steals Hearse for Joy Ride to Texas, Obviously Gets Caught
No court date, why he would steal one of the most recognizable vehicles on earth for a joy ride, or what this masterminds endgame could be was announced.
New Law Would Protect Louisiana Schools from COVID Lawsuits
If it passes all of the legal hurdles, the new law will protect public and private schools, charter schools, as well as all colleges and universities.
Louisiana Medical Marijuana Grower is Slashing Prices Again
This move will make it easier for dispensaries to "load up" on enough product to satisfy the needs of what is expected to be a massive surge in new patients.
Texas Universities Ditch ACT and SAT For Entrance Requirement
The theory is, by eliminating the standardized testing these colleges will be able to better diversify and expand the current pool of potential students
Disposable Urinals Are the Hottest Item on Amazon Right Now
These pack-a-potties are flying off of warehouse shelves so fast, it's kinda hard to find them in stock!
City of Shreveport Launches Website to Track Police Reform
The website lays out the use of force policy changes, body camera and open dialog initiative, and more - and it is open to anyone and everyone who wants to check it out.
Chuck E Cheese 'Approaching' Bankruptcy, May Close All Locations
Currently, CEC operates 610 restaurants in 47 states, all of which have been closed down during the pandemic.