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Welcome to New Orleans, affectionately known to film industry professionals as ' Hollywood South .' There's a lot going on in the city with regards to production shoots, and its spread throughout the state of Louisiana, present also in Baton Rouge and growingly in Shreveport. Comment?
... the National Transportation Safety Board is pushing. Mothers Against Drunk Driving says last year nearly 300 in Louisiana people died in alcohol related crashes. Louisiana executive director Floyd Johnson says that's why the organization fully ... Comment?
People who use mobile devices while they drive may soon need to be aware of a bill that took another big step closer to becoming Louisiana law on Thursday. Comment?
... He reportedly had the IRS scrutinize tax returns of his harshest critics, including Sen. Huey Long of Louisiana and Hoover Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon. famously subjected those on his "enemies list" to tax audits and was even caught on ... Comment?
A ban on posting to social media sites like Facebook and Twitter while driving appears likely to hit Louisiana's law books. Comment?
... and emergency preparedness officials - and hold annual safety drills to rehearse them. The bill rewriting Louisiana's school safety law received final passage Thursday with a unanimous Senate vote. It comes in response to the mass shooting at Sandy ... Comment?
The Louisiana budget is expected to be discussed in the Senate Thursday, which means other controversial bills are on hold. Comment?
... Michael Broussard threw out an idea and it stuck in the service organization's craw. Broussard, who used to run a Louisiana seafood restaurant, suggested holding a crawfish festival. The Rotary members jumped in, not sure of what to expect. Now the ... Comment?
... executive Daisy Romano will be Thursday. She died May 14 at age 89. She was retired personnel manager for the Louisiana Dept. of Culture, Recreation and Tourism. Survivors include a son and two daughters. Noted prep coach MONROE - Services for ... Comment?
Elected president of Louisiana Chapter of National FBI Graduates CROWLEY - When speaking with Chief Deputy Keith Latiola with the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office, one would be amazed that a man who has worked countless crimes could be so gracious and quick to smile. Comment?
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is accepting bids for 29 gator hunting opportunities on 13 Wildlife Management Areas and two Army Corps of Engineers properties. Comment?
... She blew the competition away by 20 lengths. Then in the Derby, a scrawny 50-to-1 shot named Mine that Bird, with Louisiana jockey Calvin Borel on board, came out of nowhere to win against a field that you might politely call undistinguished. Then ... Comment?
... on coastal restoration will be held on Thursday at the Presbytere in Jackson Square. (Kathy Anderson, NOLA.com The Louisiana State Museum is hosting a panel discussion on coastal restoration efforts along the Gulf Coast and implementation of the ... Comment?
... a campaign ad espousing his pro-gun platform, filed a bill Tuesday allowing for lifetime concealed carry permits. Louisiana lawmakers are considering multiple gun regulation bills during the 2013 legislative session. (Barry Ivey Campaign) The 2013 ... Comment?
The 2013 legislative session in Baton Rouge is three weeks from its close on June 6 and lawmakers are steeped in debate on a number of issues, including the state budget. Comment?
The 2013 legislative session in Baton Rouge is three weeks from its close on June 6, and lawmakers are steeped in debate on several issues, including gun regulations. Comment?
Multiple pieces of transportation-related bills, including one concerning Crescent City Connection toll fines, are being considered by Louisiana lawmakers during the 2013 legislative session. Comment?
The Assumption Parish sinkhole is the focus of two pieces of legislation facing Louisiana lawmakers during the 2013 legislative session. Comment?
The CCA Louisiana Statewide Tournament and Angler's Rodeo begins its 19th year of competition on Saturday, May 25. Comment?
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials are looking for leads regarding a whooping crane that was found shot to death by a high-power rifle in Red River Parish. Comment?