New Orleans Police Reform Hearing Put on Hold by Appeals Court
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A federal judge's order that New Orleans police officials show up for a hearing on a decade-old police reform plan is on hold after a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the judge should try to work out differences with city officials who had argued that the hearing would be a waste of time and resources. U...
Louisiana Board to Bolster Oversight at LSU
Louisiana’s top higher education policymaking board is pledging to tighten oversight.
LSU Frat Member Faces Hazing Charges
Another alleged hazing case at LSU.
Lufkin Makes it to Little League World Series Championship Game
We are cheering for the guys from Lufkin who have made it to the Little League World Series Championship Game
Airman, Commander Dead in Murder-Suicide at Lackland AFB
A spokesman for joint base San Antonio-Lackland says military-issued and personal firearms are heavily restricted on the base and that it's not clear whether a gunman involved in a murder-suicide was authorized to have a weapon.
BPCC, LSU Sign Engineering Agreement
Officials with Bossier Parish Community College and LSU-Baton Rouge have signed an articulation agreement between the two schools.
Gov. Jindal Signs Bill Requiring Life Support for Brain-Dead Pregnant Women
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Doctors in Louisiana will be required to use life support in most cases to keep a brain-dead pregnant woman alive until the birth of her child — if the woman doesn't have a living will.
Gov. Jindal Seeks to Block Common Core Test
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. Bobby Jindal has issued an executive order requiring competitive bidding for public school standardized tests, an apparent attempt to derail Louisiana's use of tests linked to Common Core education standards.