BATON ROUGE — Louisiana’s decade of financial problems may have a silver lining, forcing more scrutiny on how the state spends its money, what dollars agencies receive and what tax breaks the stat
WASHINGTON — In his first interview since being critically wounded in an ambush shooting in June, Congressman Steve Scalise shared harrowing details of an ordeal that nearly cost him his life, but
On the first Friday of each October, pirogues, canoes and kayaks of every description crowd the headwaters of Bayou Teche for the beginning of a 135-mile, three-day race down the bayou almost to th
Gov. John Bel Edwards’ business roundtable meetings are continuing across the state and he has about three remaining on his schedule.
But to what end? What will come of this process?
BATON ROUGE — A decade of near-constant financial problems has taught Louisiana officials to assume the worst, be leery of good news and always look to the next shortfall.