Louisiana Lawmakers Call Another COVID-19 Special Session
Louisiana lawmakers announced Monday that they will convene a special session next week.
US Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Died
RBG was 87-years-old.
Longtime New Orleans Saints Player Colston Turns UNO Teacher
New Orleans Saints standout player Marques Colston is teaching an online course at University of New Orleans about leadership and entrepreneurship.
Officials across Louisiana Express Concern over Labor Day Crowds
On this Labor Day, Governor John Bel Edwards implores citizens of the state to remain diligent when it comes to social distancing so the state will continue to see a decline in COVID-19 cases numbers.
Hurricane Laura Death Toll in Louisiana Rises to 25
Louisiana officials have reported two additional deaths tied to Hurricane Laura, bringing the storm’s total death toll in the state to 25.
Judge Accepts Loughlin’s Plea Deal in College Bribery Scheme
“Full House” star Lori Loughlin will be sentenced to two months in prison after a judge accepted her plea deal with prosecutors for paying $500,000 in bribes to cheat the college admissions process.
Louisiana Emergency Election Plan Scales Back Mail-in Voting
Louisiana’s elections chief has proposed a scaled-back emergency plan for this fall’s elections that would modestly expand early voting amid the coronavirus outbreak, but still require most people to cast ballots in person.
Federal Judge Won’t Block Louisiana Bar Closures
A federal judge in New Orleans has refused to block the state from closing bars amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump Orders More Unemployment Pay, A Payroll Tax Deferral
Several executive orders were signed today.
Judge Sides with Louisiana Governor, Upholds Virus Rules
A Louisiana judge has upheld Gov. John Bel Edwards’ statewide mask mandate and bar restrictions as legal and enforceable.