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Mickey Landry, CEO of the New Orleans charter group Choice Foundation, said the governor overstepped his constitutional boundaries.
State officials watching disturbance in Gulf State officials are watching storms in the northern Gulf of Mexico.
A coroner's report released yesterday in the death of Victor White III says White fatally shot himself while handcuffed in the back of an Iberia Parish Sheriff's car, but questions still remain.
Steve McQueen's "The Cincinnati Kid," which was shot in New Orleans, gets the spotlight this week as part of the Historic New Orleans Collection's monthly discussion and screening series focusing on notable Louisiana-made films.
Repurposed parachutes become jewelry Evergreen life services clients are creating jewlery featured at a pre-Emmy event.
ULM soil-plant lab has new name, expanded services ULM's Soil-Plant Analysis Laboratory is now the Environmental Analysis Laboratory.
Semester starts for Central Louisiana universities Central Louisiana college students headed back to classes Monday.
A woman has entered a not guilty plea in connection with the death and dismemberment of a Louisiana mother whose body parts washed ashore in 2012 on the Mississippi coast.
A special panel is about to launch a study of ways to boost state aid for Louisiana's often-criticized road and bridge system.
Michael Hecht, President of GNO Inc. was pleased that New Orleans was showcased in a recent LATimes article.
The Iberville Parish Council has agreed to share the cost of a feasibility study that could lead to a new highway and bridge on the west bank of the Mississippi River in Ascension and Iberville parishes.
Shortly after 8:45 pm on August 24, 2014, Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop A began investigating a single vehicle fatal crash that occurred on LA Hwy 63 north of LA Hwy 37 in East Feliciana Parish.
Republicans cackled for days over the entanglement of one of their main Democratic targets in the fall elections, U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, in a controversy over charter airplane flights.
In a historic neighborhood more accustomed to boozy jollity than bloody mayhem, it was a beautiful early-August sight: a red sea of hard-drinking, free-spending women and men - both genders in feminine attire after New Orleans' annual Red Dress Run fundraiser - gently parted by a Louisiana State Police cruiser nosing its way across Bourbon Street.
Carencro teen keeps blacksmith tradition alive Young man is VP of Louisiana Metalsmiths' Association Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1p5La9P Sam Riehl, an 18-year-old blacksmith and vice president of the Louisiana Metalsmiths' Association, works at the shop he shares with Richard Delahoussaye Monday in Carencro At 18, Sam ... (more)
The thing is, Sen. Mary Landrieu - the Democratic incumbent - did nearly the same thing when she used footage of an official news conference in a campaign video late last year.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:41 am
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