The East Baton Rouge Council on Aging is mulling whether to give pay raises to its employees before the agency adds 40 positions over the next four years as it expands services and grows into a budget more than twice…
The bike path connecting Monroe and West Monroe was also the fulfillment of the dream of one Monroe man who died before the dream was realized.
Five of the state's leading political journalists will be involved in a panel discussion.
The three-day exposition will feature more than 360 exhibitors and will include three keynote speakers. And don't forget to qualify for the drawing!
Hackers are increasingly attacking small and medium businesses. One cybersecurity expert says it's not a matter of it you're hacked but when.
Researching court cases and digging deeper into news stories has become easier as the East Baton Rouge Library system has added two well-known databases to help people delving into those issues, and without having to pay.
The lawsuit was filed by the Shreveport chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy to stop the removal of the Caddo Confederate monument.
COLUMBIA, La. (AP) — Salmonella from the chicken and sausage jambalaya at a softball team's fundraiser may have killed one person and apparently has made dozens of people ill, Louisiana's health department said Thursday.
A package containing marijuana was intercepted Thursday by Metro Narcotics.
Rathore, of Monroe, was granted a change of venue and will be tried in Bossier Parish.