Reggie Tatum wasted no time retaliating against the person he thinks was responsible for removing him as mayor pro tem of Opelousas.
Former Louisiana Gov. Buddy Roemer hasn’t made his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination official yet, although it’s clear to everyone that he’s a candidate.
Students from across the state who enroll in the Louisiana Connections Academy will take traditional school courses through home computers, web conferencing, e-mail and other tools beginning in the fall.
A state senator incensed over the verdict in the Casey Anthony trial in Florida is vowing to prefile legislation that would make it a felony to fail to report the death of a child.
Cartoonist Garry Trudeau is making fun of Louisiana and, frankly, we darn well deserve it.
Faced with a fusillade of incriminations, Vincent Pierre has addressed, point-by-point, charges leveled against him.
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In America’s inexorable march toward becoming a nation of overweight, over-stimulated, inactive, sallow-skinned diabetics, Louisiana continues to be a pace setter.
The WL&F Commission believes the Jindal administration may have violated the state’s Constitution when it stripped $26.4 million from an artificial reef program.
Three firms are the finalists for securing a state contract to advise Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration on the feasibility of privatizing the state-administered Office of Group Benefits.
To remind us great unwashed that his anti-tax fervor is merely a dog and pony show designed to buttress his national ambitions, Jindal recently displayed a dollop of fiscal sanity.
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