The dedication of the Sheriff Pat Garrett Memorial Highway was held recently on Louisiana Highway 9 just north of Homer.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announces that the ongoing project to replace the LA 1 bridge over Caddo Lake near Mooringsport in north Caddo Parish continues to make progress.
Louisiana is pivoting toward green energy, a notable move for a state historically steeped in fossil fuels. But environmental activists are skeptical about whether some options being touted will be the state’s way forward.
SHREVEPORT, LA -- The new $19.5 million, 23,000 square-foot Center for Molecular Imaging and Therapy (CMIT) facility officially opened its doors this week, bringing to fruition a milestone project in the ongoing expansion of Louisiana’s life sciences sector.
Atlas Holdings has acquired Foster Farms, a family-owned provider of fresh, frozen, and prepared poultry products headquartered in Livingston, CA with many facilities in Arkansas and Louisiana.
Lawmen have charged a Cotton Valley, LA, man with deliberately causing the car in which he was a passenger to overturn by grabbing the steering wheel from the driver.
The former superintendent of Louisiana State Police has turned over his hand-written work journals to a legislative committee investigating allegations that troopers purposely concealed the in-custody death of Ronald Greene in May 2019.
Two North Louisiana small businesses are among 10 from across the state have been selected to participate in the second annual Rural Entrepreneurship Initiative, a Louisiana Economic Development program that helps local companies overcome challenges unique to rural communities.
Legislation that positions Louisiana to receive an estimated $200 million in federal grants to fix orphan oil wells became law last week as one of the first bills enacted from the 2022 regular session.
MONTICELLO -- "Soils are the basis of most agricultural production, but we tend to rely too much on the soil chemistry and how we can alter it to increase our yields. We need to pay more attention to the soil health, which includes the biology and physics of the soil too. Soil is more comple…
MONROE, LA – Entergy Corporation is expanding its northeast Louisiana contact center to triple the number of customer care representatives as part of its commitment to provide high levels of service and communication with its 2.9 million utility customers in four states.
Cortez L. Brown, 33, of Haynesville, LA has been indicted by a federal grand jury on numerous charges, including threatening to unlawfully damage and destroy buildings in Sarepta and Springhill, LA.
A bridge project in Webster Parish, LA, was the most expensive job receiving a bid during the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development’s recent funding round.
SAREPTA, LA -- IntegriCo Composites has announced an expansion plan that includes entering two high-growth markets – pipeline skids, and construction matting parts – following a comprehensive review of key markets.
VIDALIA, LA – Gov. John Bel Edwards and Syrah Resources CEO Shaun Verner announced that the company is investing $176 million to expand its Syrah Technologies graphite processing facility in central Louisiana, giving the state a supply-chain foothold in the rapidly expanding market for elect…
Angus Chemical Company has announced the expansion of its Sterlington, LA manufacturing facility to include commercial production of Tris Amino Hydrochloride products.
Deborah Cooksey, 56, of Minden, LA, was sentenced last week by United States District Judge Donald E. Walter to 24 months in prison, followed by 1 year of supervised release, for filing false tax returns.
MONROE, LA -- Steven Marcus Kelley, 48, of West Monroe, LA, was sentenced this week by United States District Judge Terry A. Doughty to 120 months in prison, followed by 3 years of supervised release, in connection with a murder-for-hire plot.
Webster Parish, LA, lawmen are looking Christopher Jackson, 23, who fled a work release site near Main and Sylvan streets in Minden about 6:30 p.m. Monday.
SHREVEPORT — Louisiana Entertainment and Troubled Muse CEO R. Andru Davies announced the company’s launch of an animation and visual effects (VFX) studio in Shreveport supported by Louisiana’s Entertainment Job Creation Program.
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA – Superior Group of Companies will invest more than $800,000 to modernize a vacant warehouse in Lake Providence, which will be used as a replenishment warehouse to support nearby operations.
Advanced Call Center Technologies President and CEO Hunter Croft announced that the company is investing $1.5 million to develop a new customer care center in Shreveport, LA, that will create 600 direct new jobs.
David D. DeBerardinis, 60, of Shreveport has been sentenced to 15 years in prison, followed by 3 years of supervised release, for committing wire fraud and defrauding many people out of millions of dollars.
A federal prison sentence has wrapped up a case that included drug trafficking in Columbia County, Webster and Claiborne parishes in Louisiana, and the smuggling of drugs into Louisiana’s Angola penitentiary.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development will re-bid a project to provide major repairs to a section of Interstate 20 through Bossier City.
SHREVEPORT, LA – Bia Energy Operating Company announced last week that it is evaluating a $550 million methanol production plant that would be located at the Port of Caddo-Bossier in Shreveport.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development advises motorists that the following ramp/lane closures have been scheduled for the ongoing construction of the new I-20/I-220/BAFB Interchange Access Project in Bossier City.
Aaron Farrar, 24, of Sterlington, LA has been sentenced to 126 months in prison, followed by 5 years of supervised release, for possession of methamphetamine.