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‘LaPolitics’: Gun issue drawing fire ahead of veto session

If lawmakers convene a history-making veto override session later this month, as many expect, political observers will credit the governor's cancellation of legislation related...
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New LSU president removes university’s highest ranking woman

While LSU’s new President William Tate promised bold and swift change at the university, members of the LSU community and higher education experts were...

Holcomb Resources Inc. buys Spanish Town apartments

Baton Rouge-based Holcomb Resources Inc. bought Dupree Apartments for $1.2 million in a deal filed Thursday. The Spanish Town apartments include one fourplex and one...

Roundup: COVID-19 booster / Consumer borrowing surges / Tech crackdown

No third shots: As one of the world's most prominent pharmaceutical companies warns that a booster shot may be needed to protect citizens from...

JR Ball: Freedom cry for college athletes rings out

The zip-a-dee-doo-dah days of the indentured servant model of college athletics—the one where everyone gets rich except the young men and women putting their...

First African American and Louisianian spelling bee champ makes history

Zaila Avant-garde understood the significance of what she was doing as she stood on the Scripps National Spelling Bee stage, peppering pronouncer Jacques Bailly...

Baton Rouge leisure and hospitality sector show signs of bouncing back

The Baton Rouge Area Chamber today released its monthly COVID-19 economic indicators report, which assesses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the regional...

Roundup: Mall python found / Delta COVID-19 variant / Aviation academy 

Cara comes 合约数字货币交易平台_合约交home: After two days of searching the Mall of Louisiana for a 12-foot Burmese python that escaped from the Blue Zoo Aquarium,...

‘Chelsea’s Live’ venue wants to occupy 1010 Nicholson Drive space

Chelsea’s, the once-popular Perkins Road overpass area restaurant and live music space that shuttered in late 2015, could be returning to Baton Rouge as...

Alvarez Construction buys lots for Woodstock Park subdivision

Baton Rouge-based Alvarez Construction bought 80 lots for the first phase of Woodstock Park subdivision from Baton Rouge developers Windy Gladney and Doug Olinde...

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