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Aikido master Seagal, 62, starred in movies including Under Seige, Hard To Kill and Out For Justice, but is now touring Europe with his blues band, and visited Leeds this month for a gig.
That's according to U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu and U.S. Rep. Charles Boustany, who each announced Monday that the clinics made it into the agreement between the leaders of the U.S. House and Senate veterans affairs committees.
Mike Strain, the head of Louisiana's Department of Agriculture and Forestry , spoke to the Baton Rouge Press Club about issues facing the state's farming sector Monday .
A friend of mine who has been a lobbyist for years - and wants to remain anonymous so he can continue doing it a while longer - recently made the argument to me that the current Congress is not, in fact, the least productive in U.S. history.
Louisiana Delta Community College, in association with Flying Tiger Aviation, is offering agriculture aviation training.
The National Bureau of Labor Statistics has released figures showing the construction industry's need for workers will grow twice as fast as the average for all industries.
Strong storms could hit northern Louisiana on Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Shreveport.
Louisiana, the U.S. capital of hot sauces, has exported its culinary obsession for the capsaicin-laden condiment to consumers throughout the country.
People often ask, what do I think is the most important issue facing Louisiana? Or, if I could accomplish just one thing as governor what would it be? These are tough questions.
In Louisiana and Mississippi, where the political chessboard tends to be a lot less threatening and at times entertaining, this election season is living up to expectations.
The Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival and Fair Association has selected Mr. Perry Segura as Mr. Iberia 2014.
July comes to an end and that means only one thing -- the start of school cannot be far behind.
A recent National Bureau of Economic Research working paper by Harvard economics professor Edward Glaeser, University of British Columbia economics professor Joshua Gottlieb, and Harvard graduate student Oren Ziv tracks how people's self-perceived happiness varies among American cities.
While Superintendent of Education John White wrestles with Gov. Bobby Jindal over continuing to use Common Core and purchasing a test to assess student learning, he says he's being "unfairly targeted" by members of the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education and board watchers.
Advocate photo by LEE CELANO - Children watch Twiggy, the water skiing squirrel, during the Louisiana Outdoor Expo at the Cajundome in Lafayette July 26, 2014.
Advocate file photo -- A model of the Formosan termite, a New Orleans nemesis, sits on display at the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 01:37 am
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