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1 hr ago | The Advocate
The Center for Louisiana Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, now tucked away in the school's library, is hoping to move to the historic J. Arthur Roy House to establish a better presence and attract more visitors.
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5 hrs ago | KLTV Tyler
Motorists at the Louisiana-Texas state line are finding travel on Interstate 20 slow-going.
9 hrs ago | The Daily Advertiser
An old slave house owned by Mary McCoy still stands along Bayou Boeuf in Cheneyville.
10 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Because of that, the state may not see an upswing as noticeable as the country as a whole, according to experts and leading economic indicators.
15 hrs ago | The Times-Picayune
Tuition and changes to the TOPS scholarship program will dominate the higher education agenda during this year's legislative session.
19 hrs ago | BayouBuzz.com
It could be the most recognized American song worldwide. Go to a small Asian community were little or no English is spoken.
State Rep. Katrina Jackson is introducing new abortion regulations in Louisiana's upcoming legislation session that people in the anti-abortion movement support.
Although African Americans make up just 13 percent of the U.S. population, we account for 33 percent of the missing in the Federal Bureau of Investigation's database.
DISCRIMINATION BILL. WDSU REPORTER GINA SWANSON TAKES A LOOK AT THE MEASURE AND WHETHER OR NOT DISCRIMINATION BILLS IN OTHER STATES WILL AFFECT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE SESSION CONVENES MONDAY.
Backed by a coalition of advocates for the elderly and the poor, a pair of Louisiana lawmakers are proposing to cap payday lending interest rates at 36 percent.
Gov. Bobby Jindal said his top priority in the upcoming legislative session is aligning Louisiana's educational systems to state workforce needs.
Day two of the Conservative Political Action Conference - better known by its initials, CPAC - is underway at a major convention center at National Harbor, just south of the nation's capital.
The battles of past legislative sessions tied to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's failed push to overhaul the state employee retirement system won't be fought again when the next regular legislative session begins Monday.
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne wants left-leaning advocacy group MoveOn to take down a billboard outside Baton Rouge that parodies that state's tourism campaign and criticizes the governor.
Public high school students who aren't college-bound will soon need to obtain job skills certifications before they can receive a diploma, under plans that received support Thursday from the state education board.
David Jones, a New Orleans high school senior, takes a class at Delgado Community College, Feb. 27, 2014, as part of the pilot NOLA Tech program at Joseph S. Clark High School.
Warden Burl Cain says the 31-year-old rapper - whose real name is Torrence Hatch - left the prison just after 7 p.m. Wednesday.