Category Archives: State News

Moviemakers Worry Tax Credits Won’t be Renewed

With the upcoming budget cuts looming, some directors are concerned the Louisiana tax credits offered will be cut.   WBRZ’s Mark Read More →

Area Groups Supporting Undocumented Workers

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As the president’s reforms for immigration are still up in the air there are groups supporting undocumented workers in the Read More →

Senator Vitter Stops in Alexandria During Statewide Tour

Senator David Vitter makes Alexandria the second stop on his leadership forums tour. Vitter announced he was running to be Read More →

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 →