State Police Taking Social Media Threats Against Schools Seriously
Three Louisiana schools have received social media threats, with Ville Platte under lockdown due to one received this morning.
Crawfish Prices Abnormally High To Start The Season
Farmers are having a hard time finding enough crop after the historic winter to justify pulling their traps.
Florida Shooting Has Louisiana Looking For Increased School Safety
Can investing more in social work programs designed to help troubled students prevent school shootings in Louisiana?
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.
Invasive Snail Invades Crawfish Ponds
An invasive species of snail is posing a threat to bayou crawfish harvests, after recently shutting down a 220 acre farm.
Nungesser: Mardi Gras Benefits The Entire State
Weather will be an issue for the parades that roll tomorrow as some areas of the state could see a couple of inches of rain. But Nungesser knows that will not dampen the spirit.
Sen. Kennedy Files Bill To Stop Feds From Paying Dead People
Kennedy has joined a Democratic U.S. senator in introducing the Stopping Improper Payments to Deceased People Act.
Reported Flu Cases Are Dropping, But Louisiana Is Not Out Of Danger Yet
Many people are still reporting flu like symptoms in Louisiana, but the state health department sees a glimmer of hope.
Cajun Navy To Be Honored At The State Of The Union
Cajun Navy founder Jon Bridgers will be in attendance along with a section of 15 other special guests.
Louisiana Gets Green Light For The Enforcement Of Many Traffic Safety Laws
The Bayou State is one of seven listed as a “best state” in the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety report