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January 30 12:19 PM
Well, here we go again. Big banks and major insurance companies are “high-fiving” each other after they won big in Washington last month. We thought lawmakers had learned an expensive lesson after the financial crash in 2008 that led to massive bailouts at taxpayer’s expense.
January 30 07:34 AM
BATON ROUGE, La. – The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospital’s (DHH) Bureau of Minority Health Access and Promotions and the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports kicks off its Own Your Own Health (OYOH) Challenge Monday, Jan. 26. OYOH is a comprehensive program helping participants take control of their health.
January 30 07:34 AM
“I want our citizens to know that we are looking at every way possible to create efficiencies and provide fiscal savings where we can,” Tyler said. “I am working to build a dedi cated and talented team to develop and implement strategies that will be beneficial for our city and the citizens we serve.
January 30 07:34 AM
Well, here we go again. Big banks and major insurance companies are “high-fiving” each other after they won big in Washington last month. We thought lawmakers had learned an expensive lesson after the financial crash in 2008 that led to massive bailouts at taxpayer’s expense.
January 23 01:50 PM
Louisiana’s feisty absentee Gov. Bobby Jindal sure knows how to ignite a political firestorm halfway around the world. He send out advance warnings of his lightning-rod litany when he admonished, “I will warn you in advance that I’m going to say some things that are not politically correct, so brace yourselves.
January 23 05:55 AM
Louisiana’s feisty absentee Gov. Bobby Jindal sure knows how to ignite a political firestorm halfway around the world. He send out advance warnings of his lightning-rod litany when he admonished, “I will warn you in advance that I’m going to say some things that are not politically correct, so brace yourselves.
January 16 09:46 AM
I live at 826 Boulevard and have owned my home since 2005. The houses on this street are valued at $80,000 to $100,000, and it is a nice neighborhood. I have put more than $40,000 into improving my house, and it really is the nicest house on the street.

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