Governor Edwards Opposes Arming Teachers In The Classroom
Governor John Bel Edwards says he does not like the idea of arming teachers in the classroom.
Wake Bill Advances To Senate Floor
Senator Dan Claitor’s bill that would make it a crime to generate wakes that damage property while driving a vehicle through flooded streets has passed through committee and is on its way to the senate floor.
Flu Season Finally Easing Up In Louisiana
State Immunization Director Dr. Frank Welch credits an aggressive flu shot drive for the drop in influenza cases.
Bill To Fight School Bullying Heads To Senate
The bill gives teachers a wide leniency to teachers to “take all steps deemed necessary” to the bullying, including involving the police, and personally restraining the offending student.
LSP: 12-Year-Old Shoots And Kills 7-Year-Old Brother
Louisiana State Police say a 12-year-old shot and killed his seven-year-old brother in the north Louisiana town of Lake Providence Monday.
U.S. Rep Clay Higgins Proposes School Safety Bills
Higgins says it’s time to reevaluate just who is charged with protecting students.
I-10 Work Starts Saturday By Lake Charles To Impact Traffic For 4 Months
Motorists are advised to use I-210 as a detour around Lake Charles while work takes place.
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.
House Republicans Consider Renewing One-cent State Sales Tax
House Republicans are looking at renewing at least some or all of the temporary one cent sales tax as a way to address a looming one billion dollar shortfall.
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