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November 28 10:05 AM
“The Payday Loan industry worked very hard this past legislative session to close loopholes in regulations, increase oversight by the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions (OFI), and provide another way for consumers to break the cycle of debt,” Danny Ford, a spokesman for the Association, said.
November 28 07:09 AM
The last three seats on the Shreveport City Council will be decided on December 6th along with the next Shreveport mayor. Although not receiving the media attention (collectively) as the mayoral runoff, the winners of these elections will undoubtedly set the tone for the next Council – and maybe for Shreveport’sgovernment for the next four years.
November 21 06:41 AM
An out of state visitor to Shreveport would probably be surprised to learn that Shreveport voters will elect a new mayor on Saturday, December 6. Yes, the Saturday after Thanksgiving ends the current election season for Shreveport voters who will elect a U.
November 21 06:41 AM
The British passenger ship could carry a maximum of 2,200 passengers, and it measured 882 and one half feet in length. Many people believed it was unsinkable because its hull was divided into 16 watertight compartments. Even if two of those compartments flooded, the ship should still float.
November 21 06:40 AM
"It only costs on average $37 a day to help someone who is homeless in Louisiana find a permanent home with supportive services," said Nicole Sweazy, Administrator of the Louisiana Housing Authority which operates under the umbrella of the Louisiana Housing Corporation (LHC).
November 21 06:40 AM
The 2014 Master Plan for Wildlife Management Areas and Refuges maps and evaluates every inch of the state’s rich tapestry of ecological and recreational resources — including 1.6 million acres managed by LDWF — and establishes a comprehensive strategic direction for management, future conservation, connectivity and restoration of the public lands.
November 14 07:24 PM
Last Friday, Gov. Bobby Jindal joined legislators in their lawsuit to fight Common Core and require the Louisiana Department of Education and the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) to follow the law and proper administrative procedures.

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