Will State Legislature Legalize Hemp?
An organization is gearing up to push for hemp legalization in Louisiana after the 2018 Farm Bill allows states to regulate it.
LA Farmers eager to hear Trump address needs at New Orleans convention
President Donald Trump will visit New Orleans on Monday, so he can speak at the American Farm Bureau Convention.
A split Congress may not be good news for Louisiana-centric legislation
Five out of six Louisiana U.S. House members find themselves out of power as Democrats take control of the lower chamber with a new Congress sworn in on Thursday.
Governor Edwards To Make Attempt In 2019 To Raise Minimum Wage
Twenty states have minimum wage increases taking effect today, while the minimum wage in Louisiana remains set by the federal government, $7.25 an hour and it's been that way since 2009.
Gov. Edwards: Teacher Pay Raises My No. 1 Goal For 2019
Governor John Bel Edwards says his number one legislative priority for 2019 is getting Louisiana teachers a $1,000 pay raise, and school support workers a $500 pay raise.
ADHD May Generate Traits Useful In Entrepreneurship
Research out of LSU indicates those with ADHD may have highly desirable traits when it comes to starting a business.
Heart attack risk rises nearly 40 percent on Christmas Eve
A new study from Sweden has found the risk of having a heart attack rises nearly 40 percent on Christmas Eve.
Research estimates over 1.5 million Louisiana residents to be owed tax refund
According to research by financial technology company SmartAsset, just over 1.5 million taxpayers in the state will be owed a refund
Son of South Louisiana serial killer Derrick Todd Lee charged with negligent homicide
The son of south Louisiana serial killer Derrick Todd Lee has been charged with negligent homicide in the shooting death of a 16-year-old East Feliciana High School student.
Early Voting begins Saturday for December 8th runoff
Early voting begins Saturday at 8:30 AM for the December 8th election, which features the secretary of state’s runoff race.