Louisiana House Bill 138 provides that cameras that record audio and video be placed in classrooms where a majority of students receive special education for at least 50 percent of their instructional time.
In a change of course, Gov. John Bel Edwards’ administration is amending the rules to the controversial Industrial Tax Exemption Program (ITEP) so that private businesses that are denied tax breaks by local government entities can appeal the decision to the state Board of Commerce and Industry.
City council members say they are ready to take a look at rules that could possibly save lives during carnival. The move comes two days after a woman was killed as she crossed between two connected floats.
The NAACP has called for the resignation of 23rd Judicial District Judge Jessie LeBlanc amid allegations the judge sent several racist text messages. The judge, through her attorney, denies sending the text messages that contain the “n-word”.
Sanders is the only Democratic candidate who thinks the candidate with the most delegates should win the party’s presidential nomination even if he or she doesn’t have a majority. It sets up a clash should the primary season end without a clear winner.
A day after ExxonMobil releases its 7-day report about a fire at its Baton Rouge refinery, lawmaker Cleo Fields will hear from community members to determine if legislation should be introduced to “ensure the safety of the state’s citizens.”
Like many of us Samantha Bongiovanni likes a little sparkle. She said, "I was always like the person with all the glitter in my friend group." When she learned how damaging most plastic glitter is to the environment it was a challenge.
The craft dates back to Medieval times when brawny men folded hot iron into legendary weapons like King Arthur’s Excalibur or William Wallace’s broadsword. Today, the younger generation has found the art of blacksmithing and knife-making. One of the trade’s rising starts is based out of Loranger.