Bill To Abolish Death Penalty In Louisiana To Be Introduced
A bill to abolish the death penalty in Louisiana will soon be filed as the debate about capital punishment continues on the national level.
Lack Of Worker Visas Could Cost Crawfish Processors Big Bucks
There’s concern that processors who sell pre-peeled crawfish meat won’t have enough foreign H-2B visa workers to peel all of the crawfish on the market.
Lenten Seafood Season Looks Promising
It’s the first Friday of Lent for the million plus Catholics who call Louisiana home, and for many of them, that means ditching red meat and chowing down on seafood.
Age May Be Raised To Buy Tobacco & Vaping Products
There will be an effort in the upcoming legislative session to raise the age from 18 to 21-years-old to legally purchase or possess tobacco and vaping products.
LDH warning of rise in flu symptoms ahead of Carnival season
According to the Louisiana Department of Health, the flu is on the rise as almost 6% of doctor visits are for flu-like symptoms.
John Kennedy Talks State Of Union, National & La. Issues
President Donald Trump will speak to the country tonight at 8 PM for his annual State of the Union address.
BR Diocese Releases Clergy Member Abuse Accusation List
The Diocese of Baton Rouge released the names today of 37 clergy members who have been credibly accused of abuse involving children.
$6 billion to be wagered in Super Bowl related sports betting
23 million Americans will wager a staggering $6 billion on this year’s Super Bowl.
LSU Alzheimer’s Treatment Shows Promise
Alzheimer sufferers potentially have some great news out of LSU Health New Orleans:
LA Farmers eager to hear Trump address needs at New Orleans convention
President Donald Trump will visit New Orleans on Monday, so he can speak at the American Farm Bureau Convention.