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When Zagis USA built a $20 million mill in Lacassine, state officials said it planned a second mill for about $55 million.
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People inside and outside Louisiana have the right to question whether the state has a commitment to higher education, state Rep. John Bel Edwards said Thursday.
Shell last night pulled the plug on a 12billion scheme to turn gas into jet fuel - and ruled out doing any work in the area in the whole of the US.
Royal Dutch Shell has decided to abandon plans to build a massive $12.5 billion plant in Louisiana that would have turned natural gas into liquid fuels like diesel.
Before Rep. Vance McAllister won a special election last month to represent Louisiana's 5th Congressional District, the 39-year-old businessman had not only never run for public office, but never stepped foot in the nation's capital.
U.S. Sen. David Vitter emailed supporters that he would soon decide whether to run for governor in 2015, but Louisiana Democrats are already targeting him.
A woman trying on bras says she caught a man a man taking pictures of her in the store dressing room, and she ran topless through the store to help catch him.
Under pressure to cut costs, state universities and lawmakers across the nation are going after one of the oldest traditions in the academic world: the professor's cherished sabbatical.
How's Bobby doing? For the past year, Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal has been running around the country as chairman of the Republican Governor's Association telling all who would listen what a great job he is doing as governor of Louisiana.
Another example of "Not Helping" the GOP's cause with minority voters. Scott Walker fired an aide for racist tweets about Hispanics.
I have come to a conclusion. The federal government, especially under the Obama administration, does not like success.
Louisiana Treasurer John N. Kennedy is everywhere, never further away than today's headlines.
Public school letter grades, teacher evaluations and student promotion won't be affected by Louisiana's shift to more rigorous educational standards for two years, the state's top school board decided Tuesday.
The Republican senator, elected in 2004, told the Associated Press that he'll send out an e-mail Wednesday to let supporters know of his interest in the 2015 race.
President of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist, right, speaks with editor Brian Kelly and others during a lunch at the U.S. News & World Report offices Monday in Georgetown.
Jindal told a sold-out audience at the National Constitution Center that liberals want Americans to set their thermostats higher and drive smaller cars rather than believing in the potential of North American entrepreneurs.