The State of Louisiana is unveiling a revamped and redesigned website dedicated to entertainment industry professionals doing business in the state.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced this week that 22 projects around the state received bids recently. Fifteen contractors presented apparent low bids totaling $105.1 million.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announces a project to replace four bridges in Webster Parish, including the Dorcheat Bayou Bridge on Louisiana 160 that has been closed since June 2021.
A North Louisiana bioscience center has been awarded an American Rescue Plan grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration.
While local officials have begun securing grants to build train platforms and stations for a proposed passenger rail line connecting Baton Rouge and New Orleans, many fundamental aspects of the project — such as where the trains will stop and how often they will run — remain unknown.
Webster Parish, LA, Sheriff Jason Parker got his wish last week with a meeting specifically designed to address problems with the Youth Challenge Program at Camp Minden.
Janola Massaquoi, 41, of Shreveport, LA, has pleaded guilty before Chief United States District Judge S. Maurice Hicks, Jr. to making false statements to a federal agency.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announces that it will re-issue the notice of intent for the Jimmie Davis Bridge (LA 511) capacity project in Caddo and Bossier parishes.
Rumors of a gun at the Minden-Benton scrimmage game Friday night were just that-- rumors, according to Minden Police Chief Steve Cropper.
MINDEN, LA -- The possibility of a misunderstanding among prospective jurors is likely what caused the postponement Tuesday of the second-degree murder trial of Logan Harmon Smith.
Louisiana is headed into one of the largest gatherings of gay and bisexual men in the country next month without nearly enough monkeypox vaccine to meet the demand – and with a shortage of vaccine nationwide during a growing outbreak of the virus.
U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Michael E. Langley, a native of Shreveport, was confirmed Monday by the Senate to be appointed to the rank of general.
BASTROP, LA — Since 2002, Black farmers from across the country have converged on north Louisiana for the Morehouse Parish Black Farmers Field Day.
Bids for a Claiborne Parish, LA project were among seven projects for which bids were recently received by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development.
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Secretary Dr. Shawn D. Wilson celebrated on Tuesday the Arkansas Road (LA 616) project, along with numerous elected officials, with a ribbon cutting ceremony in West Monroe.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development advises the public that beginning at 7 a.m. Monday, the Interstate 20 eastbound ramp to I-220 westbound (Exit 26 near Louisiana Downs) in Bossier Parish will be closed.
A $100,000 scholarship has been given to support Louisiana 4-H, making it the largest endowed scholarship in the history of the organization.
Superior Pine Products Company has announced the acquisition of more than 58,000 acres of high-quality pine forestland near El Dorado and Monroe.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development is preparing to submit an electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure deployment plan as an initial step to securing federal funding set aside for electric vehicle charging stations.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announced that 14 projects around the state received bids recently. Ten contractors presented apparent low bids totaling $72.7 million.
Most obstetrics and gynecology medical residents in Louisiana train at a Shreveport abortion clinic. Now, it’s not clear where they will get that surgical instruction when most abortions likely become illegal in Louisiana and the clinic is shut down.
Lila Rose Sobolak, 13, of Bossier City, LA died about 9 p.m. Saturday when the 2008 Can-Am UTV she was driving crashed on Clear Springs Church Road near Coushatta (Red River Parish).
MONROE, LA -- Jared Preston Desadier, 44, of Monroe, a former Monroe police officer, entered a guilty plea Friday to a federal charge of deprivation of rights under color of law.
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, FL -- The Air Force has moved one step closer to equipping B-52s with a new beyond line-of-sight communication capability called IRIS.
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.