The Mayan Calendar expires in about six weeks, and according to the Baton Rouge Advocate, one psychic is predicting ‘significant change,’ but fortunately, not the world’s demise.

With the Super Bowl less than three months away, New Orleans is rushing to lay streetcar tracks through one of its busiest corridors to connect by trolley the Louisiana Superdome and the French Quarter.

LSD_carouselLafayette Police don't expect a big problem from 25-I, the newest designer street drug added to Louisiana's list of Schedule I substances.

10_things_carousel_11_12_12Here’s your daily look at late-breaking national and international news, upcoming events and stories that will be talked about on Monday, Nov. 12, 2012.

Louisiana politics columnist John Maginnis, citing sources, is reporting that Jim Bernhard, who recently sold his mega construction company the Shaw Group, is awaiting a call from Vice President Joe Biden about accepting the post as secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy.

secession_carouselOh, boo hoo! We couldn’t try on the Mittens so let’s secede from the United States!

Jerry Luke LeBlanc, UL Lafayette's vice-president of administration and finance, is among the 15 members selected by the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana to advise and help fashion the nonprofit's stances on tax reform going into next year's Legislative Session.

After a shake-up on the House budget committee, Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration is returning to lawmakers to ask permission to outsource a state employee health insurance plan.

citizens_carouselLouisiana’s state-run property insurer of last resort is $56 million in the red.

BP and attorneys for businesses and people who lost money in the Gulf oil spill urged a federal judge Thursday to give his final approval to a class-action settlement.

Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration has chosen a private company to help devise a strategy for improving collection of millions of dollars in unpaid debts owed to state agencies.

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