Commissioner of Administration Kristy Nichols announced today that state government offices will be closed on Friday, January 24, in the following parishes across Louisiana where hazardous driving conditions and scattered power outages are fore
It's a little box to check on almost every employment application, ‘have you ever been arrested or convicted of a felony?’ It's an easy question to answer, but for thousands of former inmates it can mean the end of their sea
Congressman Bill Cassidy (R-LA) will be hosting a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. on January 21, in Walker.
The meeting will last about an hour and the Congressman will have a question and answer session with attendees.
Senator David Vitter has officially announced in a Youtube video that he will run for Governor of Louisiana in 2015.
Vitter says in the video that his "only agenda will be to do what's best for all Louisianians."
Colorado has done it, and so has Washington. But will Louisiana follow suit and legalize marijuana?
Legal marijuana use in Louisiana might be a possibility, as some lawmakers are thinking about the issue.
Shreveport Councilmember Ron Webb abandoned his attempt to repeal the city’s Fiarness Ordinance that grants protections to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender citizens. The ordinance has only been in place for a month.
Shaking off three years of partisan freeze, Republicans and Democrats unveiled a $1.012 trillion spending deal Monday night that would roll back some spending cuts, raise federal worker pay and have a surprisingly broad effect on Americans'