Category Archives: State News

Angola Inmates Repair Wheelchairs for Cuban People


Inmates at Angola Penitentiary are giving back to the people of Cuba by repairing wheelchairs. ABC’s Troy Gaulden explains this Read More →

Fort Polk Progress Encourages Participation

Fort Polk

FORT POLK, La.–To encourage as many people as possible to participate in the upcoming listening session set for March 3, Read More →

Clyde Holloway Elected Chairman of the Louisiana Public Service Commission

Clyde Holloway

(Baton Rouge, LA) Fellow commissioners today elected former congressman and current Louisiana Public Service Commissioner of District IV, Clyde Holloway Read More →

AgCenter Report: Agriculture in 2014

Louisiana farmers have enjoyed high commodity prices coupled with high yields over the past few years, but 2014 was different. Read More →

Treasurer Kennedy Weighs in on Controversial Prayer Meeting

State Treasurer John Kennedy weighs in with his opinion on a controversial prayer meeting featuring the governor. It’s set to Read More →

Senator Cassidy Sworn in Today


Louisiana’s new junior U.S. Senator is sworn in today. Bill Cassidy moves from the lower to the upper chamber of Read More →

Scalise Once Spoke at White Supremacist Group

Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise says he once addressed a white supremacist group a decade ago. However, his spokesperson says he Read More →

SWEPCO Customers to Get Utility Rate Reductions

Public Service Commissioner Clyde Holloway says more than 500-thousand customers of SWEPCO will get utility rate reductions of some 15-million Read More →

709 State Vehicles To Be Sold at Auction

BATON ROUGE – The Louisiana Property Assistance Agency (LPAA) announced today that it would sell more than 700 underutilized state Read More →

Baton Rouge Students Study Local Wetlands

Students at the University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge left their classrooms, but didn’t travel far to find a little Read More →