Highly paid state employees should register vehicles
BATON ROUGE - Highly paid unclassified state employees who ignore the state law requiring registration of vehicles and acquisition of drivers' licenses within 30 days could lose their jobs.
GSU Plans Second Annual Radiothon this Fall
Grambling State University will host its second annual KGRM Radiothon this fall as a part of the school's homecoming activities.
Our Views: Volunteer efforts pay big rewards
We're heartened by a recent survey that showed one out of every four students and employees of the University of Louisiana System's nine universities volunteered during 2011-2012. The nine campuses in the UL System are Grambling, Louisiana Tech, McNeese, Nichols, Northwestern, Southeastern, UL at Lafayette, UL at Monroe and the University of New ... (more)
Police: Woman Sets Fire to Grandmother's Home With 2-Month Old Inside
A woman is in jail after State Fire Marshal investigators say she set fire to her grandmother's house with her 2-month old still inside.
GSU Student Wins TGI Green Campus Contest
Toyota Green Initiative, an environmental stewardship platform designed to empower the African American community to adopt a sustainable lifestyle, is pleased to announce that student Corban Bell of Grambling State University in Grambling, La., is the grand prize winner of TGI's third annual Green Campus Contest.
Louisiana High School Poetry Contest Winners Announced
Grambling, LA Students from 26 Louisiana high schools entered a Poetry Contest sponsored by the Department of English and Foreign Languages at Grambling State University.
Grambling to offer child development, early literacy
Grambling State University plans to launch a new degree program that will equip future educators with the skills to teach children literacy in reading, math and science.