Category Archives: State News

Vitter Criticizes Jindal’s Budget Plan


David Vitter says nobody has enough information from Governor Jindal to evaluate a plan to fill the massive budget hole Read More →

John Bel Edwards Visits CenLA


Democratic candidate, John Bel Edwards, visited central Louisiana yesterday afternoon for the upcoming runoff election.  ABC 31’s Taylor Rubach has Read More →

Lawmakers Hold Hearings To Plug Budget Hole

Hearings are underway in Baton Rouge over a gaping hole in the state’s budget.  Mark Armstrong of WBRZ reports lawmakers Read More →

Voter Turn-Out One of Lowest in LA History

As we know, the primary election was just a couple weeks ago. Barry Erwin, president of the Council for a Read More →

Office of Motor Vehicles Continues Extended Office Hours to Assist Customers That Received Notices

To further assist our customers, the following Office of Motor Vehicle offices will remain open on Saturday, October 31st, from Read More →

Walmart Hiring 1300 Seasonal Workers in LA


Wal-Mart is hiring 1,300 seasonal associates in Louisiana for the upcoming holiday season. Starting salaries of at least $9 will Read More →

NSU Launches 2+2 Program for Nursing Students


Nursing students at Delgado Community College in New Orleans now have access to NSU to enhance their degrees. Friday, school Read More →

Insurance Commissioner Blames Governor for Debt Notices


State Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon is blaming Governor Bobby Jindal for debt notices going out to more than a million Read More →

LSU Tiger to Auction Off Jersey for Hurricane Relief Efforts

LSU is getting lots of praise for its treatment of South Carolina over the weekend and one LSU Tiger is Read More →

PAR Releases Guide to Amendments


Four proposed constitutional amendments are on the October 24th ballot. The Public Affairs Research Council, better known as PAR, is Read More →

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