BATON ROUGE — Gov. John Bel Edwards must be wishing that all months could be like this one.
At dawn on a muggy morning in late July 1916, Sheriff Marion L. Swords was in the Mallet Woods in rural St. Landry Parish, watching an old cabin where he thought a murder suspect was hiding.
BATON ROUGE (AP) — Seeking to ramp up pressure on Republican House leaders who have stymied his tax plans, Gov.
A once proud political party has now been completely overtaken by the insidious forces of political correctness.
BATON ROUGE — Republican John Kennedy spent many of his 17 years as Louisiana state treasurer quarrelling with governors, criticizing spending practices and generally raising the profile of an off