Category Archives: State News

Run-Offs Slated for Dec. 6 for Many Races

The elections are not over in Louisiana. Get ready to head back to the polls next month. Run-offs are now Read More →

Results for Hotly Contested Races Could Come Late Tonight

It’s Election Day, and it could be late before some hotly contested races are decided. Polls opened at 6 o’clock Read More →

Edwards Faces Democrats, Republicans, Libertarian in 6th District

In the sixth congressional district in the Baton Rouge area, democratic candidate and former Governor Edwin Edwards cast his vote Read More →

Election Day Tomorrow

Last-minute voters are gearing up for Election Day. Registrars are reminding voters to bring their picture ID tomorrow. Results can Read More →

LA Farmers Report Excellent Cotton Crop

Louisiana farmers are reporting an excellent cotton crop this year, but low prices are keeping acreage down.  LSU AgCenter Correspondent Read More →

Peanut Dog May Help Girl with Severe Allergies

Every three minutes, a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency room. Research shows food allergies are on the Read More →

LA SoS Visits Alexandria Today, Talks About Election Night

The man in charge of Louisiana elections was in Alexandria today speaking to the downtown Rotary Club. We asked the Read More →

Senate Candidate Bill Cassidy Casts Ballot Today

With the deadline for early voting tomorrow, the big issue on the ballot, is the senate race. One of the Read More →

State Fair Begins in Shreveport

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Fall is in the air and that means it’s time for a trip to the state fair in Shreveport. The Read More →

Victim Speaks Out at Heroin Summit

There is a resurgence of heroin in Louisiana and it has law enforcement officials trying to figure out what to Read More →