Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Universities Closer to setting their own Tuition Rates


State colleges and universities are closer to setting their own tuition-rates, without having to go to the legislature.
WBRZ’s Adrian Pittman gets answers, on how the bill might give universities and colleges stability during tough economic times, but some lawmakers say this isn’t the way to go.
For five years, funding for higher education in Louisiana has [...]

Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Induction Celebration

[ June 27, 2014 to June 29, 2014. ]

NATCHITOCHES – Opening the doors to the spectacular Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Museum provides an unprecedented highlight for the annual Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Induction Celebration June 27-29 that honors an 11-member 2013 class of state sports greats.

The Grand Opening for the new $23 million museum is Friday night, June 28, the first [...]

Another Arrest made in Boyce Rape Case for Intimidating a Witness


Melissa Allen Landmark
Intimidation of a Witness
Update May 1, 2013 – Rapides deputies say they’ve added witness intimidation and obstruction of justice charges to a man in jail, and charged him with criminal sexual acts.
They also arrested his wife for trying to talk to the victims. 43-year-old Corey Landmark was arrested last month and extradited from [...]

15-year-old girls now able to buy the morning after pill

Plan B

Here in the U.S., 15-year old girls are now able to buy the morning after pill. The FDA approved the availability of the Plan B contraception pill without a prescription.
Soon you’ll be able to buy one type of ‘morning after’ pill over the counter and off the shelf, as long as you’re 15 or older.
That [...]

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