Governor Jindal said, “This year we are supporting many key projects throughout our state, including valuable investments in higher education and healthcare, as well as improvements to our local roads and infrastructure.
The investigations will focus on allegations that VPPD and EPSO officers use “investigative holds” to detain individuals without proper cause, and on the adequacy of VPPD and EPSO’s training, supervision and accountability mechanisms to prevent unlawful seizures.
Louisiana law requires motor vehicle occupants to be properly restrained in every seating position, day and night. Wearing a seatbelt significantly reduces the likelihood of being seriously injured or killed as the result of a crash and is the single most effective thing motorists can do to protect themselves.
past. Each year we feature houses that reflect our diverse architectural heritage but also relate the interesting stories of who lived here and made Galveston home,” says Dwayne Jones, Galveston Historical Foundation’s executive director..
It’s that time of year when people will be working in their yards and doing some landscaping. While many find that work rewarding, Louisiana Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) Commissioner Mike Strain, D.V.M.
More than 180 fugitives, gang members, sex offenders and violent criminals are off the streets in the Western District of Louisiana as a result of Operation Violence Reduction7 (VR7), a six-week long U.S. marshals-led enforcement initiative conducted to reduce violent crime.
On March 28 agents cited the following for hunting turkeys over a baited area: Shannon D. Gray, 45, of Oak Grove, in Concordia Parish; Brian C. Adamson, 41, of Many in Sabine Parish; Jimmy Gordon, 72, of Livingston, in Livingston Parish; Patrick Haggerty,.
The Louisiana Lottery is calling all New Orleans Saints fans to mail in any remaining nonwinning $5 SAINTS scratch-off tickets for its final second-chance drawing to win a 2015 Saints Prize Package, including season tickets.