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Arkansas Judge Mike Maggio Outed for Racist, Sexist, Homophobic Posts
An Arkansas judge, Mike Maggio, was outed for making racist, sexist, and homophobic comments online.
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12 hrs ago
Face matching for passports and IDs incredibly fallible
New research finds face matching, as when customs agents check passports, to be incredibly fallible, with error rates between 10 and 20 percent under ideal, laboratory-induced conditions, and much worse in more realistic settings.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
The Daily Advertiser
Lawmakers on board with Jindal's 'dream'
Gov. Bobby Jindal spent much of his address opening the 2014 legislative session acknowledging business growth in the state and introducing workers at those businesses who either moved into Louisiana or are staying here because of new opportunities.
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The Miami Herald
Insurance agent classes offered at McNeese
A property and casualty insurance pre-licensing course will be offered April 4-5 and April 11-12 at McNeese State University.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Town Talk
Ms. Robichaux is a 2006 graduate of Holy Savior Menard High School. She graduated from Louisiana State University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and earned a Master of Arts degree in Psychology in 2012.
Arkansas judge posted details about adoption by Charlize Theron
March 2, 2014. Actress Charlize Theron, in a black Dior gown and wearing $15 million worth of Harry Winston diamonds, arrives at the 86th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California.
Mover of the Week: Lolly Barnes
A Biloxi native, she has nearly 20 years of experience in historic preservation.
The Town Talk
Central Louisiana personnel file
Outgoing PJAL President Melvin Haymon of Vernon Parish hosted the convention. The new president is Lisa Nelson of St. Martin Parish.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Bolivar Commercial
Beloved DSU teacher dies
The Delta State University flags flew at half-staff last week after a beloved professor passed away Tuesday.
Spraying time of day can impact control with major cotton herbicides
Most farmers spray fields with herbicides in the light of day because it's easier to see what you're spraying and, well, let's face it, most people don't like to get up and go to work before sunrise or labor far into the night no matter what the task.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Judge Confesses to Leaking Charlize Theron Adoption Details
A judge in Arkansas has admitted that he leaked confidential information about Charlize Theron 's adoption of her son, Jackson .
'Sluts Are Just Whores In Training,' And Other Wisdom Offered By A Sitting Arkansas Judge
Those are just some of the gems uncovered after the Arkansas blog Blue Hog Report discovered that an pseudonymous commenter on a message board for Louisiana State University fans was sitting Arkansas state Judge Mike Maggio .
EHLC elects new commissioner
The Elkins Historic Landmarks Commission , which works to identify, certify and preserve important local historic sites, has elected Carol Carter.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Marion Star
Granddaughter of Marion residents joins honor society
Kelly Hackenbracht, daughter of Jeff and Becky Hackenbracht, of Galena, and granddaughter of Gene and Joyce Lehner of Marion, became a member of Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society at Louisiana State University.
New information surfacing in '70's murder case in Reno
A press conference is being held today at 11 a.m. in the San Mateo County Hall of Justice in regard to new information that has surfaced in a Reno murder case from the 1970's.
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McGlinchey Stafford Awards Diversity Fellowship to First-Year Law Student Mahogane D. Reed
National law firm McGlinchey Stafford announced today that it has awarded Mahogane D. Reed the 2014 1L Diversity Fellowship, a distinguished honor given each year to a first year law student.
Students at Riverside in Reserve qualify for state literary competition
Many students at Riverside Academy in Reserve attended the South Central District Literary Rally Feb. 22 at Nicholls State University.
Bassoon player focuses on 'creative activity'
Gabriel Beavers doesn't expect to see any of his bassoon players on ESPN's "SportsCenter" in the near - or any - future.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Log Cabin Democrat
How the investigation process works in the Maggio case
It's likely that Faulkner County Circuit Judge Mike Maggio did not have formal notice that a state judicial oversight commission has been looking into allegations of online impropriety.