There is a devastating number growing in Louisiana and it’s not just the number of COVID-19 cases. In the last two weeks, over 120,000 people applied for unemployment in Louisiana, as non-essential businesses have had to close up shop.
Visual effects and post-production industry leader, Crafty Apes, has expanded to Baton Rouge under Louisiana’s Entertainment Job Creation Program, Governor John Bel Edwards announced Wednesday, March 4.
The company best known for receiving the contract to repair the Sunshine Bridge owes over $1.5 million in costs accrued buying supplies to complete public works projects across the state, two companies allege in a lawsuit.
The news presses inside the Houma Courier building have fallen quiet but a new noise is coming from the building. Construction crews have started work to turn the old building in Houma, Louisiana into the first hemp processing lab in the state.
A group of oyster fishermen in St. Bernard Parish wants the U.S. government to compensate them for opening the Bonnet Carre Spillway. They say it’s the Army Corp of Engineer’s fault their oysters died and their reefs were damaged.