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Today, Colonel Mike Edmonson traveled to Tennessee at the invitation of Madison County Sheriff David Woolfork to attend the 25th Annual Sheriff Buford Pusser Festival Law Enforcement Memorial and Awards Ceremony.
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At the GOP's statewide convention, thousands of conservatives and tea party followers who dominated the Richmond Coliseum on Saturday roared their unanimous support for Ken Cuccinelli.
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When surveying the current legislative session in Baton Rouge a number of questions leap to mind.
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Louisiana lawmakers are considering multiple pieces of legislation relating to K-12 and higher education issues.
Gov. Bobby Jindal is seeking to privatize the operations of most LSU-run safety net hospitals that care for the poor and uninsured and that train many of Louisiana's medical students.
The 2013 legislative session in Baton Rouge is three weeks from its close on June 6 and lawmakers are steeped in debate on a number of issues, including the state budget.
Noel Morris, 18, shows off her Jobs for America's Graduates award to the St. Tammany Parish School Board on May 2, 2013.
Hydrologists at the Lower Mississippi River Forecast Center in Slidell say the Atchafalaya River is expected to crest at 6 feet here early next week.
One day after rejecting a public school spending plan, a legislative leader said Thursday his committee will consider a slightly different version submitted by Louisiana's top school board.
On Wednesday, Governor Jindal declared a state of emergency to prepare for Mississippi River crests that are predicted to be well above flood stage.
BATON ROUGE -- Gov. Bobby Jindal's latest financial disclosure report, released Thursday, shows his $127,592-a-year state salary provided the main source of income for him and his wife in 2012.
An effort to delay implementing Gov. Bobby Jindal's 401 -type pension plan for new state government hires is one step away from final legislative passage.
NOPD officer Sgt. Yolanda Jenkins chats with students Monday, August 30, 2010 during a visit to the New Orleans College Prep at Sylvanie Williams Elementary School in New Orleans.
President Barack Obama waves as he walks on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington upon his return from a trip to Ohio May 5. President Obama is finding, like so many of his predecessors, that second terms are more complicated than firsts.
Gov. Bobby Jindal and Wolverine Terminals LLC General Manager Terry Wilson said Wednesday the company will set up on a 15-acre site along the Mississippi River.
As the Mississippi River rises, Gov. Bobby Jindal has declared a state of emergency in preparation of crests in the state that are predicted to be well above flood stage.