BATON ROUGE — Louisiana’s lawmakers have traveled the country to meet with colleagues and attend conferences since their legislative sessions ended, trips that have cost taxpayers nearly $120,000.
On a bright, warm Oct. 20, 1933, a special train pulled into the depot at St. Martinville. It carried 75 enrollees of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
LAFAYETTE — The knives are out in Washington: indictments, investigations, name-calling tweets, intense partisanship and allegations of treason.
BATON ROUGE — Young people in Louisiana are asking themselves a key question: Should I stay or should I go?
Candidates for parish presidencies are reaching out to voters with increased engagements in a handful of parishes, including Pointe Coupee, West Feliciana and Plaquemines.