Category Archives: State News

LSU Students Get Hands-On Experience with New Technology

LSU college students of the agriculture’s textiles, apparel design, and merchandising program are getting hands-on experience with technology that’s new Read More →

Louisianians Celebrate Fat Tuesday

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Today is Fat Tuesday and all around Louisiana people are either still celebrating or worn out from all the parades. Read More →

Angola Inmates Repair Wheelchairs for Cuban People

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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

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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

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(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

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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 →