Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Filed Against Secretary of State Tom Schedler
The accuser claims Schedler created a "sexually hostile and abusive working environment."
State Education Department Launches Teacher Recruitment Campaign
The DOE will attempt to attract Generation Z about the prestige of the teaching career through television, radio and billboard ads and their website.
NGOs Team Up To Tackle NOLA’s Bead Problem
Tons of beads are collected from the prade routes. Then they are cleaned to be used for the following carnival season.
LDAF Launches New Logos To Identify Homegrown Products
Louisiana Ag Commissioner Mike Strain says they have overhauled their Certified logo program with flashier, more diverse logos.
Retailers Gearing Up For Black Friday Shopping
Online holiday shopping is expected to beat in-store sales for the first time, but that won't thwart brick-and-mortar retailers.
Sen. Kennedy: Stop Having Children You Aren’t Willing To Raise
U.S. Senator John Kennedy has written an op-ed piece saying too many parents are failing their children these days in Louisiana.
US Rep Ralph Abraham Flies Harvey Missions In Texas
Abraham--a major in the Air Force Auxiliary--said his assignment began Thursday.
Gov. Edwards Declares State Of Emergency Preparing For Hurricane Harvey (VIDEO)
Extensive rainfall is the major concern as the storm is expected to linger and possibly turn towards Louisiana next week.
Should Louisiana Replace Confederate Monuments With Britney Spears Statues?
A Rayne woman starts a petition to replace Confederate monuments with Britney Spears statues.
12 Louisiana Beaches Show High Bacteria Levels
Beach goers with weak immune systems should avoid getting in the water.
DOTD Closes Roads Due To High Water
Visit 511la.org for updated lists of road closures across the state.
Louisiana’s Craft Beer Industry On Track For Growth
Louisiana is currently home to 30 craft breweries.