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LSU faculty members call for COVID-19 vaccination mandate

A group of LSU faculty members is urging the university to institute a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for students, faculty and staff. At its Tuesday meeting,...

How Jenni Peters made Varsity Sports a resource for athletes 

Five dollars, a T-shirt and some free Miller Lite. That’s how Jenni Peters’ running career got started. It’s probably not the way most would have...

Baton Rouge-to-beach air shuttle doesn’t take off  

Direct air service Southeast Beach Express today announced it is canceling its shuttles from Atlanta and Baton Rouge into Gulf Shores, Alabama, due to...

Baton Rouge restaurants see surge in dining as food distributors face shortages

Diners are making their way back inside their favorite Baton Rouge restaurants in droves as coronavirus restrictions have lifted, but food distributors may not be rebounding fast enough to keep up. 

Roundup: Oil and gas recovery / Louisiana elections / Southern University 

Rig count: U.S. drillers have added more than 100 rigs so far this year, another sign of the industry’s recovery from the pandemic-driven oil...

After LSU termination, some Taylor Porter attorneys leave adjunct professorships at LSU Law Center

Some Taylor Porter attorneys who also work as adjunct professors at LSU have decided to stop teaching at LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center.

Lawmakers weigh spending $400M in cash on first repayment of levee debt

Rather than borrowing, Louisiana could make its first $400 million payment in cash to the federal government for upgrades made to the New Orleans...

Housing shortage spurs intense competition among Baton Rouge 合约数字货币交易平台_合约交homebuyers

In the midst of a national seller’s market, intense competition for 合约数字货币交易平台_合约交homes in Baton Rouge is leading potential buyers to take steps they may not have considered just a few months ago.

Marcelle wants meeting with Senate president over White’s handling of BREC bill

Tensions are building among members of the Capital Region delegation over Republican state Sen. Bodie White’s controversial bill to break up BREC, after White...

Forte and Tablada not moving HQ downtown, selling CBD property

Forte and Tablada Inc. is selling downtown lots it has owned for about five years and keeping its headquarters on Interline Boulevard, instead of...

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