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WWL-TV New Orleans
State Police: Little girl killed in crash with unlicensed 15-year-old driver
State Police are investigating a fatal crash that killed a 10-year-old girl who was unrestrained and who was ejected from the vehicle on Highway 1054 in between Independence and Amite.
NTS Reports 1Q 2013 EBITDAS Increase of 24% to $3.4 Million
NTS, Inc. announces results for the three months ended March 31, 2013. Revenues from the Company's Fiber-To-The-Premises business grew 31% to $5.3 million in the first quarter ended March 31, 2013, as compared to $4.1 million for the same period in 2012.
Buddies change views
Her face covered in avocado green facial cream, Daisy Washington raved about her best friend, a college student almost half her age.
WWL-TV New Orleans
FIght at Amite City Hall between councilman and audience member
AMITE, La. Towards the end of a meeting at Amite City Hall, a councilman and a member of the audience got in a physical altercation, according to Amite Mayor Buddy Bel.
WAFB-TV Baton Rouge
Early release hearing set for Derek Quebedeaux
An early release hearing for a man convicted of killing three college students while driving drunk is scheduled for Wednesday.
The Daily Advertiser
Bill would allow colleges to set their own tuition
Two measures that would take lawmakers out of setting college tuition rates started advancing Tuesday in the Louisiana House.
Lawmakers OK bills to allow some students to skip college testing
High school students with disabilities would be able to opt out of taking standardized tests meant for college placement if either of two bills passes in committee Tuesday is successful during the 2013 legislative session.
Zachary Plainsman News
Thank you, Zachary
Many industries award their top performers or employees on an annual basis. Zachary schools work hard to earn the top scores in the state year after year, and for this, they have been named the #1 district 8 consecutive years.
Ed overhaul under review
Gov. Bobby Jindal's education agenda, which roared through the Legislature last year, is under fire on three new fronts.
Best of New Orleans
Another budget stalemate?
Over the past several weeks, conservative lawmakers on the House Appropriations Committee have questioned if, not when, the budget will be passed during the ongoing session that adjourns June 6. That means, not long after Gov.