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.
COVID Relief Bill Sending More Money to Unemployed Workers
Unemployed workers are receiving an extra $300 a week.
Wife of Luke Letlow Considering a Run for his Seat
41-year-old Julia Letlow has been asked to run.
Funeral for Luke Letlow Happening in Monroe
Congressman-elect Luke Letlow’s funeral has been set for 2 PM Saturday in Monroe. The 41-year-old died Tuesday evening from complications related to COVID-19.
Gov. Edwards: It’s “Well Past Time” to Accept Election Results
On his monthly talk show, Governor Edwards said it’s past time everyone accepts President-elect Joe Biden won the November election and went after AG Jeff Landry for supporting a legal attempt to overturn the election results.
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.
Cassidy Comments on Louisiana Joining Texas’ Election Fraud Lawsuit
Senator Bill Cassidy weighs in after Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry joined 16 other Attorneys General in supporting a lawsuit filed by Texas challenging the legitimacy of mail-in ballots in battleground states.
Louisiana Voters Overwhelmingly Reject Constitutional Amendment One
76 percent of voters chose to reject Constitutional Amendment One Saturday, which if passed would have allowed people living out of state to serve on state college and university supervisory boards.
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.