BATON ROUGE (AP) — When the new term for Louisiana’s governor and lawmakers begins in January, state government will be more sharply split than at any other time in recent history, raising question
Demon rum was much on the minds of the people of at least part of south Louisiana a century ago, if newspapers reports are any indication.
Some folks are still sitting around trying to figure out how Gov. John Bel Edwards won a second term and shut down a challenge from Baton Rouge businessman Eddie Rispone.
Humanity is quickly dividing itself into two groups: the hackers and the hacked off.
When Louisiana wildlife agents release 11 young whooping cranes into the southwest Louisiana marsh in a week or two, they will bring the population there to nearly 80 cranes.