The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council has announced plans to split civil penalties from BP's upcoming federal court trial.

A Tulane University faculty member has received a grant to study the possible effects of placing more severe restrictions on an ingredient found in cold and sinus medications.

State police say that just over 3 million pounds of explosive propellant has been moved at the northwestern Louisiana industrial site where it was found to be improperly stored a couple of weeks ago.

school_boardLafayette Parish School Board president Shelton Cobb says he will uphold LPSB policy against three fellow board members for missing too many meetings.

Members of the Baton Rouge LGBT community are raising questions about the “2012 Municipal Equality Index,” a new report from the Human Rights Campaign.

Time is running out for those who want to claim a state tax rebate for a special assessment charged on property insurance bills in Louisiana in2008.

sneaky_jindalTop officials used personal email accounts to craft media strategy, which can make it more difficult to track under public records laws.

State health officials say they have reached arrangements with private health facilities to take over some of the care at three LSU public hospitals across south Louisiana; in a special meeting Friday, the LSU Board of Supervisors will consider the formal agreements.

George Washington Eames Jr., a plaintiff in a 1956 lawsuit that led to the desegregation of schools in Baton Rouge, La., has died. He was 79.

10_THINGS_12_12_12Here’s your daily look at late-breaking national and international news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about on Monday, Dec. 10, 2012.
Mickey_EdwardsFormer Congressman Mickey Edwards has some common-sense solutions to ending gridlock in Washington and getting politicians back to work for us instead of their parties.
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