Until Louisiana gets serious about education and fighting poverty it will remain ranked as one of this country's worse states.
How many consultants does it take to run CATS? The shocking answering is at least 10, including three for marketing and communications.
Given recent events and the ongoing Title IX scandal at LSU, one has to wonder why an AgCenter professor is still employed by the university?
Republicans have enjoyed a hot streak in Louisiana, capturing most statewide and federal offices and tipping the scales in elected bodies like the Legislature....
The first paid advertisements of the redistricting cycle, purchased specifically to influence how state legislators will draw an election district next year, have surfaced in the Acadiana region.
Recently, environmental groups have called for the removal of oil and gas industry representatives from Louisiana’s Oilfield Site Restoration Commission, the body that oversees the Department of Natural Resources' Orphan Well Program.
After several months of feuding with lawmakers over funding for various projects and her administration’s COVID-19 restrictions, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell has come out against the legislative leadership's crown jewel on the fall ballot—Constitutional Amendment No. 1 to centralize sales tax collections.
With Gov. John Bel Edwards nearing the midpoint of his final term in office and former Congressman Cedric Richmond working for the White House, Democrats in Louisiana are looking to the future and wondering who will be the next big names.
The Baton Rouge region, despite what we say, won't solve its flooding problem. Why? Because we don't want to do what it takes to address it.
Whether its nursing homes, the power grid, industry or picking up the garbage the question is the same: Why won't those responsible for regulating these services do their job?