BATON ROUGE, La. — Last Friday, Jan. 6, Gov. John Bel Edwards praised the announcement that Louisiana will receive more than $3 million in supplemental funding following the severe storms and flooding of 2016.
According to the evidence presented, Maldonado began communicating with a 15-year-old girl. The girl’s father was a friend of Maldonado. Maldonado sent sexually explicit pictures of himself to the juvenile using text messaging in June of 2014. Thereafter, he requested that she send sexually explicit pictures of herself.
Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the Zodiac, and Aquarians are the perfect representatives for the Age of Aquarius. Those born under this sign have the social conscience needed to carry us into the new millennium. These folks are humanitarian, philanthropic and keenly interested in making the world a better place.
The position of State Treasurer has been a constitutional office since Louisiana's statehood in 1812. Treasurer Henson is the 23rd person to hold the office since the position of state treasurer was decided by an election of the citizens of Louisiana. Prior to 1855, the Treasurer was elected by the General Assembly.
SHREVEPORT, La. — An assistant United States attorney is in trouble with the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board. According to a ruling released in December by the board, a hearing committee has recommended that Assistant U.S. Attorney C. Mignonne Griffing be suspended from practicing law for a period of six months.
The Louisiana Department of Health reminds state residents to get their annual flu shot if they have not done so already. An annual flu vaccine is recommended for everyone older than six months who does not have a complicating condition, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
BATON ROUGE – Booking a relaxing weekend at the pool and buying a new drill were just a few of the plans Louisiana Lottery players had for some of the more than $12.6 million in scratch-off prizes claimed in December. The Lottery also reported more than $9.
BATON ROUGE, La.— In its continued effort to promote safety for the traveling public, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development is launching a railroad safety campaign from January 2 to 21 to highlight the message: “Do Not Stop on the Tracks.
The Port of New Orleans is among 19 recipients of up to $200,000 each from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to plan for cleanup and reuse of brownfield sites as part of the Brownfields Area-Wide Planning (AWP) program.