“Tours on the Go” are custom-designed, chartered, three-hour themed tours that allow both locals and tourists alike to explore Shreveport and Bossier City on board iShuttle vehicles via local personalities acting as tour guides.
The Louisiana Health Insurance Premium Payment Program, or LaHIPP, pays the employee share of employersponsored insurance, if the insured person or a member of their family currently receives Medicaid.
It has been very obvious for the last 50 or so years that the powers to be wanted to do away with the traditions that held our city together so beautifully for so many years starting with the elimination of the Thanksgiving Day football game between Fair Park and Byrd.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana Economic Development has been awarded a federal grant aimed at further strengthening the state’s competitive position in attracting investments by international companies. The grant will provide for the creation of an international trade recruitment tool known as the Predictive Investment Model, or PRI- MO.
If Louisiana were to tax wireless service providers and landline telephone companies the same way, it could reduce or eliminate the Telephone Company Ad Valorem Tax Credit, the Legislative Auditor said in a report release on Monday. Auditors who examined the tax credit found that it cost the state approximately $57.
ROUGE, La. — On Monday, founders Pete Blumel and Cathy Twigg of The Rogue Initiative announced the company will launch a satellite studio to develop interactive entertainment projects in Baton Rouge. The Los Angelesbased firm will create 20 new direct jobs, with an average annual salary of $55,000, plus benefits.
Lois Love, 49, of Tallulah, La., was sentenced by U.S. District Judge S. Maurice Hicks Jr. on one count of theft or embezzlement by a bank employee or officer. She was also sentenced to five years of supervised release and ordered to pay $24,430.82 restitution.
BATON ROUGE, La. – On Saturday, May 6, more than 25,000 children across Louisiana are expected to participate in the seventh annual Lemonade Day. This year’s program is set to be the largest to date since entrepreneurs John Georges and Todd Graves introduced the program in 2010.
Bagley joins Chairman Bernard LeBas of Ville Platte and Rep. Dorothy Sue Hill of Dry Creek, secretary/treasurer, in leadership roles “The Caucus is important in dealing with the problems the rural areas have,” Bagley said.
"We always intended to pay the Revenue Anticipation Notes (RANs) off early if receipts came in as strong as expected for the months of April and May when the bulk of the state's revenue is received," said Treasurer Henson. "The reduction in interest costs made it worth it.