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Additional unemployment benefits to come next week, Gov. Edwards said

Gov. John Bel Edwards held his second of two weekly press conferences at the Louisiana State Capitol. What follows is a brief summary of...

DEBERRY: Louisiana voters may not get a chance to trust the...

It quickly becomes clear when talking with Mary Frances Berry about voting that the former chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights doesn’t...

LSU reverses course, says it will disclose some coronavirus data

LSU administrators have changed their minds about publicly disclosing information about coronavirus cases on campus a few days after it was reported that the...

K-12 schools — not the state — are deciding what parents...

Azadeh Yazdi, a Lafayette parent of a fifth-grade student, is frustrated with the protocols that the Lafayette Parish School System has put in place...

Courts may decide Louisiana’s election plan; COVID-19 numbers dip to recent...

In a press conference Tuesday, Gov. Edwards said he is refusing to sign Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin’s proposed emergency election plan, meaning Louisiana...

Postmaster pauses major changes at U.S. Postal Service until after election

WASHINGTON — Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said Tuesday that he will halt a series of sweeping policy changes to the U.S. Postal Service until...

Will a Louisiana university tell you how much coronavirus there is...

Whether university students and staff know how widespread coronavirus is on their campuses is being left up to their school administrators. The state has...

Baton Rouge Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome removes name from anti-abortion letter

East Baton Rouge Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome asked that her name be removed from a letter sent by several Democrats to national party leaders...

Edwards Urges Democratic Party To Soften Abortion Stance

Update: East Baton Rouge Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome has had her name removed from the letter to the Democratic National Committee asking her political party...

Louisiana has sent out 69,000 ‘frontline worker’ payments

Louisiana has sent out $250 payments to 69,000 “frontline” workers since the middle of July. The state has spent $17 million of the $50...

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