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Do endorsements really help candidates?

Do endorsements really help candidates?

Candidates for public office often seek out endorsements from political or civic groups or even individuals viewed as having influence in a community. But as The Shreveport Times reports, political observers say whether those endorsements...

DATE: September 17, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

LaPolitics: District judges faced with age limit question

LaPolitics: District judges faced with age limit question

Attorneys, judges and others interviewed by LaPolitics expect 15 to 20 district judge races this year. Many of the seats, which carry with them six-year terms, are opening up because judges either want to retire for the obvious reasons—to...

DATE: July 25, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Evolution of an idea

Evolution of an idea

Louisiana has a serious problem: an eroding coastline. One Baton Rouge firm, Martin Ecosystems, has developed a unique technology to reverse it: floating islands made of a matrix material derived from recycled plastic drinking bottles. With native...

DATE: July 21, 2014 | CATEGORY: Current Issue

BR tops listing of US 'heat islands' in summer months, study says

Baton Rouge is considered to be among the most tree-covered cities in the country, with one study by Southern University professor Kamran Abdollahi released in 2012 showing

DATE: July 17, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Law professor: How do we police machines that are smarter than us?

Ed Walters, successful legal publisher and adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, has a lot of questions about how laws and regulations can catch up with the robotic revolution that is accelerating before our very eyes. Walters, a...

DATE: July 16, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Moving up

Fonda Funderburk has been promoted to senior vice president of the Bank of Zachary. She is the manager of retail operations for the bank, overseeing all front-line activities. Funderburk is also a lending officer, primarily in consumer loans. She...

DATE: July 07, 2014 | CATEGORY: Current Issue

News roundup: Industry raids academia for oil engineering talent … US seen as world's biggest oil producer after overtaking Saudi Arabia ... Americans are No. 1 in leaving gratuities, survey says

The other brain drain: Companies eager to sustain the energy boom are exploring for oil engineers in college classrooms and discovering them at the desk up front. The Houston Chronicle reports the result is a growing shortage...

DATE: July 07, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

The MediFund

The MediFund

The Baton Rouge area has a lot of hospitals and doctors. So does pretty much every city in America.

DATE: June 23, 2014 | CATEGORY: Current Issue

Maness sees Cantor loss as momentum in Senate race

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Rob Maness, a tea party favorite and political newcomer, sees hope for his long-shot bid for Louisiana's Senate seat in the election upset of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, The Associated Press reports. He says...

DATE: June 12, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Hear songwriters at Red Dragon Listening Room

Eric Brace and Peter Cooper perform in Baton Rouge Friday night. The singer-songwriter duo takes the Red Dragon Listening Room stage at 8 p.m. Local talents Clay Parker and Ryan Harris will open. Seat donation starts at $20. Brace and Cooper have...

DATE: June 11, 2014 | CATEGORY: (Weekender) Music

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