Louisiana Faces Massive Budget Cuts Once Again
Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne warned we will likely face hundreds of millions of dollars in budget cuts for the fiscal year that begins in July.
Louisiana Supreme Court Halts Civil and Criminal Jury Trials until March 1st
The Louisiana Supreme Court has ordered all criminal and civil jury trials to be halted until March 1st due to the pandemic.
Wife of Luke Letlow Considering a Run for his Seat
41-year-old Julia Letlow has been asked to run.
U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy Touts Operation Warp Speed’s Historic Results
U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy said the Trump Administration’s Operation Warp Speed should be praised for producing a COVID vaccine in record time.
Louisiana AG Warns of Increase in “Porch Piracy”
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is warning residents about an increase in “porch pirates” stealing Christmas packages from front doors.
First COVID Vaccine Administered in Louisiana
The first COVID-19 vaccine for the state was administered this morning at Ochsner Health in New Orleans.
Louisiana Home Sales are up Despite COVID
According to Zillow, more homes are changing hands now than in the last 15 years, something that is hard to believe in a year of economic downturn.
New State Police Leader Promises Accountability
New State Police Superintendent, Colonel Lamar Davis, promises to hold the men and women who work at the law enforcement agency accountable.
U.S. Sen. John Kennedy Celebrates Confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett
Metairie native, Judge Amy Coney Barrett has been confirmed to the US Supreme Court, filling a vacancy left by the departed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
FEMA Deadline for Hurricane Laura Extended
Residents impacted by Hurricane Laura now have another month to register for FEMA disaster assistance.