A virtual arc of Louisiana wildlife is being displaced in the wake of the Morganza Spillway's opening on Saturday.
Apparently U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu is only a prostitute when she disagrees with Rush Limbaugh.
The bill would require student athletes to maintain a C average in order to participate in interscholastic sports.
A New Orleans charter high school that accepts students from across Louisiana is joining a very small list of schools here that offer the highly revered International Baccalaureate program.
Four BESE members are said to be opposed to newly appointed RSD chief John White taking over as interim state superintendent of education, which could prompt the vote on White to fail.
A bill to repeal the controversial Louisiana Science Education Act is collecting more supporters outside the Capitol.
I know this will get so many Ind readers all riled up, but there is no deal to bring Whole Foods Market to the old Kmart site. The announcement was at least "premature" and at worst dead wrong.
The Acadiana Center for the Arts, which owns and hosts the widely respected, decade-old concert franchise, is expected to announce Powell’s appointment at a press conference next week.
A bill that would require 20 percent of state welfare recipients who receive cash benefits to submit to drug testing has cleared a House committee and is now before the full House.
His plans to leave the state’s top education post for a private sector attorney job in Washington has brought his achievements and controversial four years to the forefront.
A planned Whole Foods and Burlington Coat Factory will breathe new life into the long vacant Kmart site on Ambassador Caffery Parkway.
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