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Majority in BR say BRAVE has had positive impact on crime reduction

Of the 58.5% of Baton Rouge residents who have heard of the Baton Rouge Area Violence Elimination (BRAVE) Project, 79% feel as if the initiative has had a "somewhat positive" or "very positive" impact on crime reduction. Those are some of the...

DATE: August 21, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Flimflam and fraud

Show business has a long history of, shall we say, "creative" accounting, while Louisiana government is known for a somewhat flexible approach to ethics.

DATE: August 18, 2014 | CATEGORY: Current Issue

Bomb threat that shut down ULL campus ruled a hoax

The Louisiana State Police say the bomb threat that shut down the University of Louisiana at Lafayette for a day was a hoax. Authorities say no explosives were found. Master Trooper Brooks David tells The Associated Press that a device found in a...

DATE: July 16, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

News roundup: Flooded fields cause concern for La. farmers … McAllister to ask FBI to inquire about leaked video … Audit says 17 of 19 paid tax preparers made mistakes

High water everywhere: Recent heavy rains across Louisiana—as much as 6 to 8 inches in some areas—have flooded corn fields that have already been planted and are causing some heartburn for farmers, according to the LSU...

DATE: April 09, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

News roundup: Canadian railroad company gives $100,000 to Knock Knock Children's Museum … McAllister backs off request for FBI probe … House panel advances plan to fast-track gas exports

Paying it forward The board of directors for the Knock Knock Children's Museum, planned to be developed in City-Brooks Community Park, announced today that they've received a gift of $100,000 from the Canadian National Railway Co.,...

DATE: April 09, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Justice begins at home, for a change

Justice begins at home, for a change

The criminal corruption docket has been full to overflowing of late in all parts of Louisiana. The current headliner is former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin, convicted Feb. 12 on 20 counts, including taking bribes, money laundering, filing false tax...

DATE: February 17, 2014 | CATEGORY: John Maginnis

Maginnis: Justice begins at home, for a change

Maginnis: Justice begins at home, for a change

The criminal corruption docket has been full to overflowing in all parts of Louisiana lately, John Maginnis says in his latest column. The current headliner is former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin—whose trial on 21 counts of taking bribes, money...

DATE: February 11, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Justice begins at home, for a change

Justice begins at home, for a change

The criminal corruption docket has been full to overflowing of late in all parts of Louisiana. The current headliner is former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, on trial for 21 counts of taking bribes, money laundering, filing false tax returns and,...

DATE: February 11, 2014 | CATEGORY: Columnists

LaPolitics: LABI begins engaging Washington

LaPolitics: LABI begins engaging Washington

While it has always enjoyed a stronghold inside the state, LABI is beginning to spread its wings and take on national issues. It's all part of a developing strategy to extend the influential group's reach and—however slightly—rebrand its...

DATE: January 24, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

News roundup: Unforeseen U.S. oil boom upends markets as drilling spreads … Freeh asks judge to rescind oil spill award … Pot penny stocks smoking on rise of legalization

One thing leads to another: The U.S. oil boom has put European refineries out of business and undercut West African crude suppliers, Bloomberg reports, and now domestic drillers are also threatening to roil Asian markets and...

DATE: January 09, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

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