During the first week of May in 1862, workmen enlarging briny springs at Avery Island unexpectedly ran into a wall of solid salt.
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Rep. Franklin Foil, R-Baton Rouge, listens to emotional testimony before the House Education Committee from Allison Badgerow about her autistic son who was physically punished in a Louisiana school. Foil’s bill to prohibit corporal punishment in public schools was sent to the House Wednesday.
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BATON ROUGE – The House Education Committee approved 6-5 and sent to the full House floor for debate a measure banning all corporal punishment of children in public schools, one of two school punis
Patterson Police Chief Patrick LaSalle holds the semi-automatic rifle that police had to return to Alonzo Henry after he was released from jail Wednesday following a Tuesday narcotics stop. Standing with LaSalle are Officer Ronnie Fuselier, left, and Cpl. Kevin Stewart. Court records show Henry faced criminal charges in three other cases in St. Mary Parish, but doesn’t have a felony conviction. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)
A Patterson man is out of jail and back in possession of a semi-automatic rifle capable of holding 60 rounds of ammunition after a Tuesday narcotics stop in Patterson.
Should the Legislature unlock the state’s dedicated funds to free up more money for the budget?
BATON ROUGE (AP) — Rather than face certain defeat, Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration is giving up on its effort to levy a new tax on business sales to help stabilize Louisiana's budget.