|Posted on 8/27/2017 5:43:00 PM.|
Governor John Bel Edwards says Louisiana is not out of the woods yet when it comes to Tropical Storm Harvey. Edwards is asking residents to remain vigilant and pay attention to local news reports. State Climatologist Barry Keim says it's expected Harvey will eventually move towards Louisiana.
|Harvey, Louisiana, National Hurricane Center, flooding|
|Posted on 8/24/2017 4:23:00 AM.|
Twenty-five years ago today one of the most destructive hurricanes in U.S. history made landfall in Florida and then crossed the Gulf of Mexico and made landfall near Morgan City. Former WAFB Meteorologist Mike Graham was working at the Baton Rouge TV station and remembers the anxiety as the storm took aim on Louisiana.
|Hurricane Andrew, Edwin Edwards, Georgia H.W. Bush, Louisiana, St. Mary Parish, WAFB, Mike Graham|
|Posted on 8/9/2017 12:25:00 PM.|
By Jeff Palermo
NOAA has increased its projected total of named storms for this hurricane season. In May, government forecasters predicted 11 to 17 named storms, now they believe we'll see anywhere from 14 to 19 storms. NOAA lead hurricane season forecaster Gerry Bell.
|NOAA, hurricanes, storms, Gerry Bell, Louisiana, forecast|
|Posted on 8/8/2017 4:37:00 AM.|
Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser seeks to boost tourism to rural areas. That’s why he’s scheduled meetings in small Louisiana towns to find the best way to promote local attractions. He says these rural areas don’t always have the money or expertise to market themselves.
|Billy Nungesser, tourism, small towns, Louisiana|
|Posted on 2/28/2017 11:43:00 AM.|
Louisiana came in dead last on US News & World Report’s new best states ranking. Analyst Lindsey Cook says Louisiana ranks near or at the bottom for the economy, government, crime, and opportunity. She says healthcare was one of their biggest weighted categories, and in that Louisiana did poorly across the board.
|Lindsey Cook, US News & World Report, Best States, Louisiana|
|Posted on 2/21/2017 1:38:00 PM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
Governor John Bel Edwards orders a full investigation into trips made by State Police officers, amid a report 4 troopers took side excursions to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon during a business trip on the taxpayer's dime. The Division of Administration's auditor will conduct the probe.
|state police, governor's office, Louisiana, mike edmonson, clancy dubos|
|Posted on 2/14/2017 4:51:00 AM.|
A new website seeks to reduce wasteful spending in state government. Covington Representative John Schroder launched StopLouisianaWaste.com to allow individuals to anonymously report state government waste.
“You would think at this stage in the game we would have squeezed out all the inefficiencies that exist in Baton Rouge, but that just doesn’t seem to be the case,” Schroder said.
|John Schroder, stop louisiana waste, Louisiana|
|Posted on 1/3/2017 3:24:00 AM.|
Tuesday in Washington D.C, John Kennedy will be sworn into the 115th Congress of the United States as Louisiana's newest Senator. The former state treasurer says he intends to hit the ground running.
"We'll be dealing with issues like flood control, flood relief for Louisiana," said Kennedy. "We'll be dealing with issues for America like tax reform and lowering taxes."
|john kennedy, us senate, louisiana|
|Posted on 12/10/2016 11:22:00 PM.|
The 2016 federal elections are over now that Louisiana has wrapped things up with Saturday's runoff. Republican State Treasurer John Kennedy will be the new US Senator. He had this to say today when addressing supporters following his victory.
|election 2016, john kennedy, clay higgins, mike johnson, john bel edwards, louisiana|
|Posted on 11/28/2016 12:49:00 PM.|
Early voting for the December 10th runoff elections began on Saturday, and the turnout was not spectacular. John Couvillion with JMC Analytics says in the primary, 87,000 people turned out on the first day of early voting.
|early voting, december 10 runoff, louisiana, john couvillion|
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