BATON ROUGE — Louisiana is edging closer to the March 1 start date for a new law restoring voting rights to thousands of convicted felons, but with little seemingly settled about how to roll out th
If you asked Father Jerome LeDoux a question, he would give you the answer, then tell you a story about the answer, and then go on to talk about something else altogether.
In the coming months, the Department of the Interior will likely issue a new draft of his five-year plan to expand energy drilling in America’s Outer Continental Shelf, the submerged federal land o
With this fall’s gubernatorial race quickly approaching, the major candidates are hitting the fundraising circuit and building up their war chests in anticipation of a costly campaign.
It’s the end of the college football season with Clemson taking a resounding victory over favored Alabama.