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September 15 06:32 AM
A man on display, with tattoos that fade, and hair that turns gray. The guards walk by, with hate in their eyes, to them I’m just a number not one of the guys. I’m locked away from the world yet my dreams haven’t died, I have hope for tomorrow that these tears will soon dry.
September 08 06:30 AM
“Hurry, hurry! Y’all are on the radio!” said my mom. She left the front door open and ran outside. She had her door open to her truck with the radio blaring. So I only caught the end, but it was our advertisement for our business. It was at that moment I knew I was doing something that didn’t happen that often.
September 08 06:30 AM
As the U.S. Gulf Coast continues to reel under the impact of Hurricane Harvey, the word "hero" finds itself in much, and appropriate, use. From government first responders to Louisiana's "Cajun Navy" to just plain old friends and neighbors, people are pitching in and helping one another through the worst tropical storm to make landfall in the U.
September 08 06:30 AM
Hurricane Harvey has caused property owners along the Gulf and East Coasts to panic over projections of outrageous property flood insurance rates that, in some cases, could lead to increases of greater than 1,000 percent. Is there really a problem finding affordable flood insurance along America’s coasts? Yes, and a growing one.
August 11 06:58 AM
I never really understand all the different things that go along with it, such as the severe depression that follows a binge. This happens because your brain has naturally occurring chemicals called neurotransmitters that, when we get high, are overproduced.
August 11 06:58 AM
Year after year, Louisiana sits at the top of the list for the most expensive state in the nation for auto insurance. Insure.com just released a new study showing the Bayou State in a neck-and -neck race with Michigan to maintain its honor for average costs that tops $2,000 a year.

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