New Food Stamp Rules Could Impact 49,000 Louisiana Residents
Currently Louisiana is one of the states who receives a waiver that allows able-bodied adults who do not have dependents to receive food stamps for more than three-months, but that statewide waiver is set to go away.
More Than Half Of Workers Online Shop While On The Clock
52% of workers admit they’ll be shopping online this holiday season while on the clock.
Holiday Shopping Safety Tips from AG Office
Holiday shopping might bring out super savings, but it also brings out sleuths. But there are things you can do to protect yourself and your wallet.
Windows 7 Users Beware: System No Longer Supported Next Year
Beginning January 14th Windows will no longer offer patches and updates for their Windows 7 operating system.
Feds OK Lower To No Royalty Drilling In Gulf Shallow Waters
The Trump Administration will begin allowing new shallow-water Gulf of Mexico oil and gas rigs to operate at reduced royalty or royalty-free rates to incentivize new activity.
Man Sentenced In Hazing Death Case
The incident resulted in the banning of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity from campus until at least 2033, and the passage of a much harsher set of felony level hazing penalties.
Matthew Naquin to be Sentenced in LSU Hazing Case, Wednesday
Former LSU frat member Matthew Naquin who was found guilty of negligent homicide in the 2017 hazing death of Max Gruver is scheduled for sentencing Wednesday.
489,649 Louisianans Showed Up To Early Vote For Run-off
489,649 Louisianans early voted for the run-off, a record-shattering number of early voters for a non-Presidential election.
Holiday Spending Expected to Grow in 2019
Shoppers are expected to spend on average about 4% more on holiday gifts than they did last year.
Saints & Falcons Ranked Most Intense NFL Rivalry
The Saints and Falcons have the most intense rivalry in the NFL, this according to knowrivalry.com, a project of professors from West Carolina and Northern Kentucky Universities.